Credit: Chad Coleman on Twitter Photo: Walking Dead Cast, Producers, Family on Plane to 2014 Comic-Con

Obviously The Walking Dead Season 5 cast and crew are not only like family, they are the coolest family ever.

Look at them on their freakin’ plane to Comic-Con!

The Termites were definitely screwing with the wrong people. Or exactly the right people. Who wouldn’t want to join this team?

The cast and producers had a blast at Comic-Con and shared tons of photos on social media. You’ve probably seen the Season 5 trailer by now, but did you also get a chance to watch the panel talks?

Talking Dead’s Chris Hardwick hosted the 2014 panels. The producers went first, in their own talk, with showrunner Scott Gimple, comic book writer/executive producer Robert Kirkman, executive producer Gale Anne Hurd, executive producer Dale Alpert, and executive producer/director/special effects guru Greg Nicotero all previewing the new season. 


Scott discussed how we’ll see the story of Terminus, and RK added that, early in Season 5 we’ll get back on track with the comic books. This season will be very close to the books. Gale talked about new locations this season, including some suburban non-mosquito/tick zones. And the Season 4 Blu-Ray will include Rick dropping the f-bomb in the final line, instead of “screwing” with the wrong people.

Here’s the producer talk:


And here’s the cast panel, in
two parts. Unfortunately, the clips they show on screen don’t come through (no "embarrassing" Andy preparation scene). But here’s Andrew Lincoln (Rick Grimes), Steven Yeun (Glenn Rhee), Lauren Cohan (Maggie Greene), Michael Cudlitz (Abraham), Danai Gurira (Michonne), Melissa McBride (Carol), Chad Coleman (Tyreese), Emily Kinney (Beth Greene), Norman Reedus (Daryl Dixon) and Chandler Riggs (Carl Grimes).

It's cute when Melissa gets flowers and tries to find someone to bring them to. She chooses Norman, who initially hides from them. No one wants to look at the flowers! Also, Chandler has himself more pudding:



The Walking Dead Season 5 premieres Sunday, October 12 on AMC.