by Inigo del Castillo in New Art on Wednesday 23 October 2013

Pack your shotgun, pack some clothes, and pack some popcorn, the zombie apocalypse has returned. To celebrate the premiere of The Walking Dead’s season 4, AMC hosted an art show featuring 75 artists at the Hero Complex Gallery in Los Angeles. You can see all kinds of art styles for different characters.

For instance, there’s action hero Rick, cute Rick, zombie Rick, and currently-mentally-damaged Rick. You can buy their prints too! The show is open until October 26.

Also in related news, despite fans being displeased with last season’s crummy finale, they can’t seem to get enough of this show. The Walking Dead returned with a whopping average audience of 16.1 million viewers. That’s 5 million and 9 million more viewers than season 3 (10.87 million) and season 2’s (7.26 million) kick offs, respectively.

With those monster numbers, it is now the most-watched documentary, err, drama telecast in basic cable history. To give you some perspective, those viewership numbers are roughly three times the population of Singapore. Who knew a show about zombies and its protagonist going nuts could get this big? Crazy.