It’s hard not to love a stumbling, brain-eating zombie, and the hands-down most-loved zombies on the screen today can be seen dragging their feet around with the Atlanta skyline as the background in “The Walking Dead.”
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Walker Stalker Con, Friday through Sunday, Nov. 1-3, is a convention devoted to zombies, horror and science fiction, with more than a dozen cast members from “The Walking Dead,” plus personalities from “Lost,” “Breaking Bad,” “Face-Off” and Judith O’Dea from the original “Night of the Living Dead.” There will be a convention floor with 60 vendors, question and answer panels, celebrity autograph signings and an adults-only Zombie Bash costume party on Saturday night. Special musical performance Saturday night by Emily Kinney, who plays Beth Greene on “The Walking Dead.” Tickets, general admission 0ne-day pass, $30 Friday and Sunday, $40 Saturday; three-day pass, $95; VIP passes with greater access to celebrities are more expensive; see the website, www.walkerstalkercon.com/
Atlanta Convention Center at America’s Mart connected to the Westin Peachtree Plaza Hotel.
Children 10 and under get in free with a paid adult ticket.