The Walking Dead-Themed Hyundais to Be Shown at Comic-Con

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The Walking Dead, first started out as a comic book series, with the first issue coming out in 2003. Since then, the name and premise have been adopted by Hungarian-American film producer, Frank Darabont to create the post-apocalyptic TV series bearing the same name as the original comic.
Now, to celebrate the 100th issue of the comic book, its creator, Robert Kirkman, has designed and then got somebody to build two unique versions of Hyundais, specially themed for the series. The first of the two, is a modified Elantra Coupe, which features "A front-end custom zombie plow cow catcher with spikes, slatted armored window coverings, a roof hatch to allow passengers to shoot at walkers, an electric rear trunk to house weapons, allterrain/rally type tires, weapons storage compartments, a CB radio/PA system and more," according to the designer himself.

The other car, is much simpler in concept, as it’s just an Elantra GT (i30 in Europe) wrapped in the cover of the 100th issue of the comic book. The two cars will be shown between July 12th and 15th, at Comic-Con International 2012.
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