Created by Eric Nordhoff and James Frazier, the convention will be held early next month and feature appearances from actors Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus and Lauren Cohan.
Some devoted fans of "The Walking Dead" are organizing a new convention for the show. Eric Nordhoff and James Frazier are creating the convention, a podcast, and a one-man play to be taking place in Atlanta November 1-3.
The convention, to be called Walker Stalker Con, is expected to draw 10,000 or more participants. Some of the show's stars, such as Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus and Lauren Cohan, will make appearances at the event.
IronE Singleton, who played "T-Dog" in the first three seasons, will also take part in a one-man play titled "Blindsided by the Walking Dead" and a panel discussion during the convention.
Nordhoff and Frazier are known as the "Walker Stalkers" for making a trip last fall from Nashville, Tenn., to Georgia to visit the set of the AMC show. The neighbors in suburban Nashville gather every Sunday in Frazier's basement to watch the post-apocalyptic series and came up with the idea of holding the convention in April this year.
"The Walking Dead" season 4 airs Sundays at 9 P.M. ET on AMC.