Norman Reedus Will Take One Lucky ‘Walking Dead’ Fan On A Date

Norman Reedus, who plays scruffy James Dean redneck Daryl Dixon on The Walking Dead, is the kind of person who guys wants to be, girls (and guys) want to be with, and it’s pretty hard not to like him. When he’s not licking you or grabbing your butt, he’s removing strangers from overturned 18-wheelers. For his latest good deed, Reedus has partnered with Omaze in support of the Make-A-Wish Foundation, and one lucky Walking Dead fan can attend the New York premiere of the show’s sixth season premiere and have lunch with him.

Yes, you can call it a date. Sorry, Beth.

Go to New York Comic Con before having lunch with Norman Reedus and hitting up The Walking Dead season 6 premiere at Madison Square Garden! You’ll have an epic time hanging out at Comic Con, then join Norman to eat food, talk about the undead and post pictures of your meals (if you’re into that sort of thing). And after lunch… it’s premiere time. Violence, gore, fans, zombies. That stuff will all be there. Plus, you’ll witness an exclusive panel with the cast and see the season opener two days before it airs on TV. That means you’ll laugh, cry and scream at the screen before any of your friends.

Except the lucky one that you bring along as your guest. (Via)

A $10 donation gives you 100 chances to win; $25, 250 chances; and so on. It’s left unsaid where you’ll have lunch, but assume the meal will be charred squirrel with a side of roadkill rabbit.

Enter for your chance to win here.


Well into its 5th season, AMC’s The Walking Dead is still going strong as ever. And if you watch the show, Daryl Dixon is a man that needs no introduction. The crossbow wielding badass from the hit series has teamed up with with the beloved crew at Classified Moto to construct this motorcycle specifically for the show.

Daryl Dixon (played by Norman Reeedus) is a huge motorcycle enthusiast, both in the show and real life. If you’ve been keeping up with the show (trying to not to reveal any spoilers here), you’re well aware that he was just gifted a motorcycle from his new found friends of Alexandria. Those of you paying attention may have noticed that the bike is a beautifully built 1992 Honda CB750 Nighthawk, and that was no accident. Mr. Reedus contacted Classified Moto for the build, with the goal to create a post-apocalyptic ride that’s worthy of a real gear head. The finished product is just that, using parts from Kenda, Yamaha, and Progressive Suspension along with stock parts from Honda. Of course what would a bike built for Daryl be without custom crossbow mounts?

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