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Check out "The Walking Dead: All Out War Artist Proof Edition" HC, which showcases Charlie Adlard's pencils for the acclaimed Image Comics series.
Robert Kirkman talks about his newest series' success, why he's unafraid to launch new properties and the future of "Walking Dead" in comics & TV.
Robert Kirkman & Charlie Adlard's "The Walking Dead" Comic-Con panel covered everything involved in the story and production of the series.
Charlie Adlard discusses "The Walking Dead's" current arc, updates the progress on his and Robert Kirkman's "The Passenger" and more.
Board game designer Keith Tralins discusses Kickstarting the sequel to "The Walking Dead: The Board Game" and what players can expect from "The Prison."
Robert Kirkman and CBR discuss crafting the mid-season finale of "The Walking Dead," beloved character deaths and the inevitable return of Carol.
An online theory has arisen that "The Walking Dead's" zombie plague should have ended after a single year, simply by biter attrition.
Acclaimed artist Stefano Gaudiano talks to CBR about inking Charlie Adlard for "The Walking Dead's" bi-weekly "All Out War" and his approach to art.
"All-Out War" continues in Robert Kirkman & Charlie Adlard's "The Walking Dead" #116, featuring a smart script, great art and big action.
Robert Kirkman & Charlie Adlard's "Walking Dead" #115 kicked off the book's 10th anniversary by selling 352,000 copies, making it the best-selling single issue of 2013.
Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard christened CBR TV's 2013 Tiki Room at New York Comic Con to discuss what's to come in "The Walking Dead," why the comic will never have a spinoff nor feature Daryl Dixon and more.
Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard played to a packed house at New York Comic Con, talking about the origins and evolution of the "Walking Dead" comic series over the past ten years.
Courtesy of Image, CBR has a preview of Robert Kirkman & Charlie Adlard's "The Walking Dead" #115, which kicks off the massive "All-Out War" storyline and the book's 10th anniversary celebration.
"The Walking Dead" heads towards "All Out War" starting in October at Image Comics, and franchise creator Robert Kirkman discusses what to expect from the 12-issue arc.
When "All Out War" kicks off in the pages of Robert Kirkman's "The Walking Dead" #115, Image Comics will celebrate by sponsoring midnight release parties featuring a special variant cover by series artist Charlie Adlard.
Skybound & Image have provided CBR with a first look at "The Walking Dead" #113, by Robert Kirkman & Charlie Adlard, in stores Wednesday, August 14th.
Image Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Sidekick" #1 by J. Michael Straczynski & Tom Mandrake, featuring a variant cover by Charlie Adlard. Witness a modern hero's fall from grace August 7.
Robert Kirkman discusses "All Out War," a twelve-part "Walking Dead" story arc which shifts the Image Comics series' focus from survival to rebuilding society in a world overrun with zombies.
"Walking Dead" co-creator and Image Comics Partner Robert Kirkman discussed his history with Image, celebrating ten years of zombie domination, the end of the series and his plans for the death of Michonne.
With both his core Image titles passing 100 issues, Robert Kirkman discusses the new leaders shaping the future of "The Walking Dead" and how "Invincible" grows beyond teen heroics with Mark Grayson's return.
Kelly Thompson gives "The Walking Dead" #109 4 stars, saying the issue by Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard continues the trend of "a wonderful combination of beloved characters struggling in a zombie apocalypse."
Charlie Adlard discusses his and Robert Kirkman's non-"Walking Dead" collaboration "The Passenger," the horrific scene he had to be convinced to illustrate and the experience of seeing his creations come to life on TV.
Two of the stars of AMC's "The Walking Dead," Michael Rooker and Danai Gurira, visited Emerald City Comicon to discuss the hit show's massive success, the rest of Season 3 and more.
"Walking Dead" and "Invincible" artists Charlie Adlard and Ryan Ottley sound off on their work with Robert Kirkman, and Skybound announces the new series "Ghosted" from Joshua Williamson and Goran Sudzuka in Seattle.
Black Mask Studios, founded by "30 Days of Night" creator Steve Niles, has announced its launch titles including an issue of "Occupy Comics" that reunites "V For Vendetta" creative team Alan Moore and David Lloyd.
Sunday's midseason premiere of "The Walking Dead" not only brought Rick Grimes and the other survivors one step closer to all-out war with The Governor, it delivered the AMC drama its best ratings to date.
Courtesy of Skybound, CBR presents an exclusive first look at the Emerald City Comic-Con green foil variant cover for "The Walking Dead: The Governor" Special.
Image Comics has released a preview of "The Walking Dead" #106 by Robert Kirkman & Charlie Adlard. The issue marks Adlard's 100th of the series and goes on sale January 9.
Telltale Games' adaptation of Robert Kirkman's Image Comics title scored big at the annual Spike Video Game awards, taking home Game of the Year honors, Studio of the Year and more.
According to sales estimates by CBR's John Mayo, orders for "The Walking Dead" #103 hit 74,372 copies, a more than 39-percent increase from the previous issue and the biggest circulation gain of any title for the month.
Robert Kirkman headed up the NYCC Skybound panel, announcing Andy Diggle on "Thief of Thieves," centennial wraparound covers for "Walking Dead" and Invincible" by Charlie Adlard and Ryan Ottley and more.
Check out a new preview of Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard's "The Walking Dead" #102, in stores today, which concludes "Something to Fear" and signals a whole new direction for Rick and his band of survivors.
Image Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of Terry Dodson's "CBLDF Liberty Annual" #5 cover due out October 10 with a new "The Walking Dead" story by Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard.
This week brings the Comedian getting into the swing of things, Parker plotting a huge heist, more dead (and undead) than you can shake a stick at and the first issue of the Second Coming.