'The Walking Dead' Will Crossover with 'Fear the Walking Dead'

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A number of great questions were asked by the crowd over the course of the 50 minute panel, but one fan in particular named Jessica asked a peculiar one pertaining to Telltale Games' The Walking Dead series, which goes off its different path and doesn't necessarily follow the AMC plotline.

He said: "Are we going to see an interesting backstory of the Walking Dead character showing up in Fear the Walking Dead?".

The scene pays tribute to the first-ever scene from The Walking Dead as Carl Grimes (Chandler Riggs) is seen searching for petrol.

Fans of "The Walking Dead" and its prequel, "Fear the Walking Dead", have long speculated that the two AMC shows could cross over, and now the man who wrote the original comics has thrown those zombie enthusiasts a bone. Lesser characters may not have quite the same effect, but it's still an exciting prospect to know the groups of survivors in each show have the chance to bump into one another down the line.

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Speaking at Comic-Con in NY, the writer revealed that a character from either The Walking Dead or Fear the Walking Dead would appear in the other's show, although refused to confirm who. Now, though, "I think that we've finally gotten to a place with Fear the Walking Dead where it has its own identity where we can play with some things", Kirkman said. If you bring someone from Fear the Walking Dead onto the other show it's hard to get them back since at present Walking Dead seems to be ahead in the timeline, especially if they do just forward at some point this season. Then again, in that old-man-Rick universe the Walking Dead Season 8 trailer teased, anything might be possible.

Sunday's next episode of Fear The Walking Dead season 3 is making the AMC horror series look even more grim than usual.

The Walking Dead (TWD) and Fear The Walking Dead (FTWD) are having a crossover episode. It's worth pointing out that both shows are now at completely different points in the timeline.