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FEAR THE WALKING DEAD: Key Comic Con Art and Images for Season 2B Released [AMC]

Fear The Walking Dead Season 2B Key Art

AMC Releases Official Key Art and Images for Second Half of Fear The Walking Dead’s Second Season. With nearly a month away till the return of Fear The Walking Dead, AMC unveiled new art and photos from the series return before they come to San Diego Comic Con next week.

The key art, which is actually the official poster for the second half of season two, will be made available for fans during San Diego Comic Con. There will also be a panel with the cast and executive producers of the show taking place on Friday, July 22 at noon in Hall H. There will also be the Abigail coming aboard at the convention, which is a yacht that the characters used throughout the second season. This would offer fans a chance to experience what it was like to be on the boat.

There’s also some images from season 2B showing some zombies in the countryside as well as Nick Clark (Frank Dillane) walking down a highway alone. Besides drawing more closer to the zombies on the original series, Nick is journeying alone after splitting from his mother. But will he be alone for long? We won’t know until Fear The Walking Dead returns from it’s hiatus on Sunday, August 21 at 9PM.

Check out the images and let us know what you think. Are you pumped for Fear The Walking Dead coming back?

Fear The Walking Dead Season 2B Key Art

Fear The Walking Dead Season 2B Key Art

Fear The Walking Dead Season 2B

Frank Dillane Fear The Walking Dead Season 2B

Frank Dilate as Nick Clark

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