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George A. Romero and Demarest will bring Romero’s latest zombie apocalypse installment to the small screen, this time with more vampires.
Check out a first look at George Romero & Dalibor Talajic's "Empire of the Dead: Act Two" #1, continuing the anticipated zombie epic.
George Romero discusses his upcoming second act of the "Empire of the Dead" comic and the shakeup brought by the Southern Militia.
A new artist for "Inhuman," a new series of 100th anniversary one-shots, a new Star-Lord series and the return of "The Dark Tower" were only part of Marvel's Next Big Thing panel in Chicago.
Check out a first look at George Romero & Alex Maleev's "Empire of the Dead" #3, as the zombie versus vampire fight continues March 26.
Bill Rosemann discusses balancing his new job as Marvel's Creative Director with editing books like "Avengers Undercover." Plus, exclusive art!
Zombies, vampires and humans struggle for dominance in this preview for "George Romero's Empire of the Dead" #2.
Which horror franchise you would most like to see follow Romero's "Living Dead" and make the leap to comics for the first time?
Film legend George Romero brought his insight on the creation of modern zombie culture, his Marvel Comics series "Empire of the Dead" and more.
George Romero & Alex Maleev's "Empire of the Dead: Act One" #1 is "an interesting story ... that fits well with the comic book medium."
Axel Alonso talks Slott & Allred's "Silver Surfer," "Black Widow's" human side, Romero's "Empire of the Dead," All-New Marvel NOW! numbering and more.
Legendary director George A. Romero brings his signature zombie mayhem to Marvel and New York in "Empire of the Dead." Plus, exclusive art.
In advance of a NYCC slated for a ton of All-New Marvel NOW! reveals, Axel Alonso discusses already revealed projects including George Romero’s "Empire of the Dead," "She-Hulk" and the final fate of "Iron Man."
Legendary director and screenwriter George A. Romero teams up with artist Alex Maleev for the zombie-filled "Empire of the Dead," a 15-issue Marvel Comics miniseries debuting in January.