The Walking Dead is one of the most popular media franchises of the past few years. During its 11 seasons, the drama had a lot of viewers. For example, in 2014, more than 17 million people watched the show at its period 5 peak. Because of these numbers, it was the most popular scripted show for people aged 18–49, not just on cable, but on all TV at the time.
Even though the show’s ratings went down after a huge peak, The Walking Dead still has a dedicated and passionate fan base. This year, many NFT drops have been made to celebrate the IP’s move to Web3.
Striker Entertainment, which makes The Walking Dead for AMC, announced in February that it would work with Orange Comet, a company that makes electronic antiques, to launch the show’s NFT decline.
The Walking Dead Walker Access Pass collection ended on March 3, 2022. It had 5,000 “pedestrians,” each of which had more than 30 features. The collection sells out in less than 24 hours, and Access Pass holders get extra perks like early access to future drops, autographed items, and in-person events. On April 14, 2022, the company announced a new collection called Daryl’s Motorcycles. It included 5,000 motorcycles and 50 model-kit bikes NFTs that were based on the famous bike that Daryl Dixon rode.
A recent press release says that the Degenerative Walkers collection will be released by Orange Comet on July 28, 2022. Pedestrian Access Pass holders will be able to mint a limited number of 5,000 one-of-a-kind zombie NFTs, and they will also get airdrops of three more NFT versions of their zombie in different stages of decay.
Each NFT that is airdropped to its owner will have the same physical features as the first NFT, but it will look more worn out and broken than the one before it. If you buy a Degenerative Walker NFT on the secondary market at any time, you will definitely get the remaining airdrops. Starting with 5,000 Degenerative Walkers, the collection is sure to grow to 20,000 over the next few months.
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