It's Hammer Time! 'Walking Dead' Season Four Trailer Unveiled At Comic-Con

Thank you, Comic-Con. Thank you!! Say what you will about AMC's The Walking Dead but it's just so damn good at reviving itself. The show where nobody is safe (showrunners included) is back with a fourth season and Scott Gimple newly appointed to pull the strings. The Gimple-penned episodes from last season were easily the standouts and if this trailer is any indication, he was just getting started. The trailer that premiered today at Comic-Con sees the prison crew acclimating to life with the Woodbury survivors. More importantly, they have to find a way to protect themselves when it's discovered there's a traitor in their midst. Just when I'd written the show off they go and get awesome again.

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