Walkers or White Walkers. Which do you prefer?
Luckily, it's not a questions you have to answer, seeing as Game of Thrones and The Walking Dead won't be overlapping on Sunday nights in 2017 (although, White Walkers are definitely more terrifying). With Game of Thrones set to deliver its seventh season over the summer, the promotional materials have started to flood the Internet.
One poster for Game of Thrones Season 7 sees the iconic White Walker in a grim, dark focus. Naturally, The Walking Dead decided to take over the poster and replace the Night's King with a walker from the zombie apocalypse, teasing the show's seventh season which is expected to arrive in mid-October.
Check out the two posters in the gallery at the bottom of the page, then go watch the epic new trailer for Game of Thrones's seventh season by clicking here.
Game of Thrones has two season left in its run on HBO. The series will feature an eight episode seventh season, followed by a final seven episode batch in 2018. The network is, however, developing a number of potential spinoffs to fill the void when its gone.
The Walking Dead, on the other hand, is not going anywhere any time soon. The AMC series is charging into its eighth season and looking to launch another 100 episodes with the Season 8 premiere marking the 100th overall. Having started with a 6-episode first season in 2010, The Walking Dead might just run for over a dozen seasons by the time it comes to an end.
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The Walking Dead will return for its eighth season in October of 2017. The first trailer is expected to arrive at San Diego Comic Con in July. For complete coverage and insider info all off-season long, follow @BrandonDavisBD on Twitter.