New 'Walking Dead' Novel Chronicles Governor's Path To Woodbury

The Walking Dead

The Governor is coming to "The Walking Dead" on television, but he's not done terrorizing the comic book world either. Yet another prose novel starring the thoroughly vile Phillip Blake is on its way, and we've got all the details in today's round of Tights.

It's zombies, Joss Whedon, "Akira" and more in your pair of Tights today! Strap 'em on!

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» Cliff Chiang's Joss Whedon illustration for next month's GQ is a thing of beauty. It doesn't hurt that Whedon has a whole bunch of Avengers popping off his face, of course! [Robot 6]

» The Governor remains on the rise! Robert Kirkman and Jay Bonansinga are officially working on another "Walking Dead" novel, titled "The Road to Woodbury," set to hit stores on October 16, 2012. Their previous book, "Rise of the Governor," is actually pretty great. Give a listen to an excerpt in the video below. [THR]

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