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Image Comics has released a teaser for the next "Walking Dead" storyline titled "No Way Out" starting in December. Aside from the statement "Desperate times call for desperate measures," no information was given.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you a teaser graphic for "No Way Out," the new storyline beginning in December's "The Walking Dead" #80 by Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard.
"The Walking Dead" Season 2 looked like it might be a sure thing coming out of Comic-Con 2010, and a new report corroborates those prospects -- despite the fact that Season 1 has yet to even air on AMC.
Robert Kirkman spoke with CBR TV about his "Walking Dead" experiences so far, what it's like on the set of the upcoming zombie show, working with artist Charlie Adlard, his new Skybound imprint and more.
In the wind-up to Comic-Con International, AMC’s released more imagery from "The Walking Dead," the new television series based on the popular Image Comics title by Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard, and SPINOFF's got 'em!
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.
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.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of the landmark fiftieth issue of "The Walking Dead" by writer Robert Kirkman and artist Charlie Adlard.
With Image Comics’ “The Walking Dead” reaching a landmark fiftieth issue, series artist Charlie Adlard stops by CBR to talk about the book, from reading it, to drawing it, and how it has changed him over the last four years.
"The zombie movie that never ends,” Robert Kirkman’s Image series “The Walking Dead” is showing no signs of slowing down as it reaches it’s fiftieth issue. We spoke with Kirkman about the book's history and what's coming next.