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CBR News spoke with Frank Darabont at Comic-Con International about his work on "The Walking Dead," his experiences as a comic book fan and genre lover, the work of artist Drew Struzan and much more.
As the creator of the comic book series and an executive producer on the show, Robert Kirkman knows a thing or two about "The Walking Dead." CBR spoke with the writer at CCI about his experience on the AMC series.
CBR News spoke with veteran Hollywood producer Gale Anne Hurd during Comic-Con International about her work on "The Walking Dead," the origins of the AMC series and the level of violence featured on the show.
"Frozen" actress Emma Bell spoke with CBR News at Comic-Con International about playing Amy in the AMC television adaptation of Robert Kirkman's survival horror comic book series, "The Walking Dead."
Frank Darabont, Robert Kirkman, Gale Anne Hurd and the cast of AMC's "The Walking Dead" TV show offered Comic-Con attendees with a special first look at the series. CBR News has all the details.
New video online takes fans onto the set of AMC's upcoming "Walking Dead" TV series including a tank on the streets of Atlanta and commentary from Robert Kirkman and Frank Darabont.
The first photo of "The Walking Dead" cast has appeared on the Internet. The AMC series, starting Andrew Lincoln as Rick Grimes, will air in October. The show will also have a strong presence at CCI next week.
AMC reveals the first production photo from the Robert Kirkman comic adaptation and takes viewers behind the scenes for zombie school as Frank Darabont's October TV series heats up its production schedule.
The actor behind Rick Grimes may not be set yet, but his former police partner Shane has a face in the form of "The Ghost Writer's" Jon Bernthal who is the first confirmed member of the May-filming "Walking Dead" pilot.
The Frank Darabont adaptation of Robert Kirkman's award-winning, best-selling zombie comic for AMC will see cameras roll in May with Atlanta serving as the starting point for Rick Grimes survival epic.
Courtesy of AMC and writer-director Frank Darabont, Robert Kirkman's zombie epic "The Walking Dead" is heading for your television. The Image Comics writer spoke with CBR about the show and its development.