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Watch AMC's The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon NYCC 2023 panel now!

The Walking Dead returned to New York Comic Con. Brought to you by Tumblr. Welcome back.

The Walking Dead TV series may be over, but the franchise lives on with the Daryl Dixon and Dead City spin-offs - and that's just the beginning. And as part of that, the franchise has returned to New York Comic Con 2023 for a two-hour long panel.

And yes, we filmed the NYCC 2023 AMC Networks and AMC+ Present The Walking Dead Universe panel - as part of all of the Empire Stage panels brought to you by Tumblr. Welcome back.

Popverse will be filming many other panels at New York Comic Con 2023, which you can watch afterwards on-demand by becoming a paid Popverse member or a NYCC 2023 digital ticket holder.

Watch the AMC Networks and AMC+ Present The Walking Dead Universe panel from the Empire Stage of New York Comic Con 2023:

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