After a bout with madness last season it looks like the former small-town sheriff's deputy is a resolute as ever to protect his ragtag band of friends and family, plus new arrivals from the town of Woodbury.
And even though the prison seemed like a sanctuary at the time, it appears that nothing lasts forever and all the fences and barriers in the world can't protect the survivors from the hordes of flesh-hungry Walkers (especially when there may be an enemy within helping them).
If you like this creative, be sure to check out these equally evocative billboards for The Walking Dead season two and season three billboards.
Daily Billboard can't wait to see what's in store for the highest rated, network beating cable show that elevates the horror drama genre to new levels (and can we please see some Emmy and Golden Globe Award recognition in the future).
UPDATED: After the dramatic events, and deaths, of the midseason finale at the prison, it looks like there's no turning back for 'Rick' and his son 'Carl' (and the other survivors of their ragtag band).
And here it is on a clearer January 10, 2014.
UPDATED: Here's also smaller version of the midseason billboard, spied further east along the Sunset Strip on January 13, 2014.
UPDATED: Following arguably the most shocking and exciting season of The Walking Dead so far, AMC is supporting the critically-acclaimed apocalyptic zombie drama with a fantastic Emmy Consideration outdoor ad campaign.