Walker Stalker 2018 Gallery

Walker Stalker London 2018 has been and gone, and what a show it was.

All the fan favourites from the Walking Dead were in attendance, with this year having both Danai Gurira & Melissa McBride, but also Sarah Wayne Callies. As usual Jeffrey Dean Morgan & Norman Reedus were number one on everyones radar, even Chandler Riggs had massive queues of fans, who were sad to see his departure from Season 8. Unfortunately, an emergency had Andrew Lincoln cancel all of his photo ops & signings, but this didn't seem to dampen on the mood for the convention.

With more guest appearances from other TV favourites, this year had more variety on offer to cater for all the super fans. Ron Perlman was a popular hit, with fans of Hellboy & Sons of Anarchy  attending to catch the man himself, along with fellow SOA stars Ryan Hurst & Tommy Flanagan. Another fan favourite was the king of B-Movies, Bruce Campbell himself, who was an absolute gentleman to his fans.

There were plenty of stalls for fans to buy their merchandise, and definitely a bigger selection compared to last year with the new layout of the venue. With the panel hall having been moved upstairs, which not only allowed for more people to sit in and watch the panels due to the larger area, but it also allowed for more stalls, and was much easier to move around the venue. This also made it easier for some of the fantastic cosplayers to move freely without fear of bumping into people.

Walker Stalker is very much a convention that continues to grow each year, and offer more and more as time goes on. Its a great place that brings together every type of Walking Dead fan there is, from the really young to the much older generations.

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