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The long-awaited series from the creative minds of Robert Kirkman and Todd McFarlane is finally ready for release. CBR caught up with the creators of "Haunt" to find out more about it and what fans can expect from the series.
CBR News spoke with Robert Kirkman about the future of his ongoing titles, teasing major change-ups for all of them – including the conclusion of "The Astounding Wolf-Man."
The long-awaited reunion of six of the seven founding fathers of Image Comics is just around the corner. Robert Kirkman and Todd McFarlane spoke with CBR News about the current state of the hotly anticipated series.
Top Cow announces that Pilot Season 2009 will be headed up by Robert Kirkman and Marc Silvestri, who will create five new concepts from which fans will select a new ongoing series.
Something might be happening in Robert Kirkman and Ryan Ottley's "Invincible" #63 and Image Comics says whatever it is will quite possibly be rather amazing.
With Robert Kirkman & Charlie Adlard's zombie epic about to get all kinds of bloody, the "Walking Dead" writer weighed in on each character's chances of surviving the upcoming "Hunt" storyline, beginning this week.
CBR sat down with Cory Walker and Robert Kirkman to discuss the "Invincible" co-creator's return to the hit Image Comics superhero series, as well as his and Kirkman's early days on the title.
A new painted one-shot chronicles the early days of the lady spy from Rob Liefeld's apocalyptic epic "Armageddon Now!" CBR News spoke with the artist about the project, as well as his forthcoming work with Robert Kirkman.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Destroyer" #1 by "Invincible" creators Robert Kirkman and Cory Walker with covers by Jason Pearson and on sale in April.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive teaser image in support of "Destroyer," the new miniseries by "Invincible" creators Robert Kirkman and Cory Walker, beginning in April.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings an exclusive first look at the third of four teasers, this one by Ryan Ottley, for "Haunt," the new ongoing series created by Robert Kirkman and Todd McFarlane.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings an exclusive first look at the second of four teasers for "Haunt," the new ongoing series created by Robert Kirkman and Todd McFarlane. This image is by Ryan Ottley.
The superstar Image pair bring collaborators Greg Capullo and Ryan Ottley on board for a new scare-filled monthly that's been three years in the making. UPDATED WITH NEW ART
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at artwork from "Haunt," the long-awaited project by writer Robert Kirkman and artist Todd McFarlane.
Superstar writer Robert Kirkman stops by CBR News to dish on upcoming plans for his two more horrific ongoing Image Comics series, "The Walking Dead" and "The Astounding Wolf-Man."
After a harrowing marathon session with Robert Kirkman's 'The Walking Dead" (from which he barely escaped with his life), Tim can't help but explore death, hope, and the "Zombie Landscape" in this week's When Words Collide.
In this first installment of a weeklong series, the CBR News staff analyzes and debates the biggest trends and events of the comics industry in 2008, beginning with Robert Kirkman's call for a creator-owned revolution.
Robert Kirkman reveals exclusively to CBR his plan for an epic Image Comics crossover event contained entirely within in the pages of "Invincible" #60, complete with Ryan Ottley's massive gatefold cover!
Courtesy of our friends at iFanboy, CBR brings you footage of the debate between superstar writers Brian Michael Bendis and Robert Kirkman at last weekend's Baltimore Comic-Con.
Robert Kirkman, Richard Starkings, Erik Larsen and Jimmy Palmiotti took the stage in Baltimore to share with fans upcoming Image developments, including Kirkman going monthly and Darwyn Cooke on "Madman."
If you were unimpressed by Friday night's debate, the one between Robert Kirkman and Brian Bendis about creator-owned work held today at Baltimore Comic-Con won't disappoint. We've got all the details.
Image Comics has provided CBR with advance looks at new books on sale Wednesday October 1st, including Robert Kirkman's "Invincible" #53 and Jonathan Hickman's "A Red Mass for Mars" #2.
Courtesy of Image, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next week including "Brit" #8, "Vix" #2, "The Astounding Wolf-Man" Vol. 1, "Edgar Allen Poo, Book 2" and an exclusive preview of "Proof" #11.
Disrespectfully agreeing with Robert Kirkman, with the fate of creator-owned comics at stake; what's up with Amazing Spider-Man; Microsoft's new direction; and tons of other notes in this week's edition of PERMANENT DAMAGE.
Robert Kirkman speaks on creator and industry issues, and Augie finds historical precedents. How do you handle "Previews" and spoilers? Why is "The Starman Omnibus" poorly timed? Plus, more comics from a decade ago!
What's this about a trailer doing the rounds starring Whedon, Lindeloff & Meltzer? Rich has details, plus books on the chopping block, what those mystery Marvel images are for, the story behind Kirkman's video and more.
Image Comics partner Robert Kirkman sent CBR News a statement calling for more top talent to produce creator-owned work, describing the positive impact it could have on the comics industry. Don't miss this!
Robert Kirkman is back for the second half of his CBR Boat Show interview to talk about the origins and production logistics of "Image United," how he became an Image partner and more.
The creator-driven publisher plans for a stunningly ambitious project co-created and co-illustrated by six company founders and written by new partner Robert Kirkman.
CBR covered the Image Comics Show live from Comic-Con International and has the skinny on all the new Image news, including a nice, big shot of Whilce Portacio's new character from the just-announced "Image United."
It’s the first CBR Boat Show interview from Comic-Con! Robert Kirkman stopped by and in this first of a two-part interview, Kirkman spoke about handing over Invincible for motion comics adaptation.
The newly announced partner at Image Comics and the company's publisher open up to CBR about what Kirkman's new status means and what directions they'll be taking the big "I" into in 2009 and beyond