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"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.
"The Walking Dead's" Danai Gurira spoke one-on-one with CBR about Michonne's best characteristics, whether or not she's worried about her character being killed and why she won't share her sword's name.
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.
Writer Brett White takes a look at his comic book collection and reconsiders his priorities when it comes to storing and keeping his single issues.
Danai Gurira discusses her role as "The Walking Dead's" katana-wielding Michonne, her character's immediate distrust of the Governor and trust in Rick, performing while drenched in walker guts and more.
The worlds of Woodbury and the Prison are finally converging, and there's no way that is going to end well. Glenn and Maggie get tortured while Michonne looks to Rick & Co. for shelter.
Robert Kirkman and actor David Morrisey discuss the debut of the Governor on AMC's "The Walking Dead," explaining the differences between the TV and comic incarnations and his intentions towards Michonne and Andrea.
This week, "The Walking Dead" shifts gears and focuses on Michonne and Andrea, finally giving viewers their long-awaited first taste of The Governor and Woodbury.
The resident bad ass of the survivors of "The Walking Dead" finally makes her AMC debut this season, and the actress behind Michonne tells us what it's like to wield a katana and the pressures of meeting expectations.
The cast and crew of AMC's "The Walking Dead" discuss the addition of Michonne and the Governor to the series, death dinners for actors whose characters die and the possibility of a "Walking Dead" feature film.
Robert Kirkman opens up about "Invincible" #100, pushing the limits of what they can get away with on the "Walking Dead" TV series, the debuts of the Governor and Michonne on television and more.
Skybound has announced a final round of exclusive limited merchandise for New York Comic Con 2012, including different Michonne "The Walking Dead" figures sets and a new t-shirt.
As part of its sneak peek at the third season of "The Walking Dead," Entertainment Weekly has released new character portraits, behind-the-scenes photos and episode stills from the hit AMC drama.
Entertainment Weekly has unveiled the four covers for this week’s issue featuring some of the stars of "The Walking Dead," part of a sneak peek at the third season of the hit AMC drama.
Continuing its Comic-Con International tradition for a third straight year, AMC has debuted an action-packed 4-minute trailer for the next season of "The Walking Dead" featuring Michonne, the Governor and more.
AMC has premiered a 50-second clip from the third season of The Walking Dead featuring Danai Gurira as Michonne dealing swiftly with walkers that stand between her and some aspirin.
AMC has released the official CCI 2012 poster for The Walking Dead that touts the hit drama’s convention presence while revealing new images of Rick Grimes, Michonne and The Governor.
Fan-favorite "The Walking Dead" character Michonne is set to receive a CCI 2012 exclusive action figure from Robert Kirkman's Skybound and McFarlane Toys based on series artist Charlie Adlard's character design.
AMC has revealed a first look at actress Danai Gurira as fan-favorite character Michonne for "The Walking Dead" season three, complete with katana.
AMC has announced that the role of "The Walking Dead's" Michonne, the popular sword-wielding character from Robert Kirkman's Image Comics series, will be played by actress Danai Gurira in season 3.
The origin of fan-favorite character Michonne is revealed in a special feature drawn by "The Walking Dead" artist Charlie Adlard found in the April issue of "Playboy."