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Memories of Kyle's life before Rome, West Virginia begin to come back in Image Comics/Skybound's "Outcast" #3 by Robert Kirkman & Paul Azaceta.
Robert Kirkman and Paul Azaceta delivers a strong sophomore issue with "Outcast" #2, and the series "feels well on its way to a strong run."
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.
"Walking Dead" creator Robert Kirkman announced today that the pilot for Cinemax's adaptation of his and artist Paul Azaceta's "Outcast" is moving into production.
Robert Kirkman and Paul Azaceta's debut issue of "Outcast" is a high-quality "first installment of something much bigger and more ambitious."
Robert Kirkman and Paul Azaceta discuss the creation, evolution and future of their journey into the world of demonic possession with "Outcast."
Joe Keatinge, Joshua Williamson and Paul Azaceta discussed the future of Skybound, revealing an ongoing “Tech Jacket” series, the connection between “Ghosted” and “Sons of Anarchy," and more.
At Image Expo, Jamie McKelvie, Chris Burnham, Paul Azaceta, Wesley Craig and Nick Dragotta discussed artistic methods with Image co-founder Erik Larsen.
In the wake of Image Expo, Skybound has released a preview of Robert Kirkman and Paul Azaceta's "Outcast" #1.
As Robert Kirkman's "convention blur" cleared, he shared details on "Outcast," the importance of Kelly Sue DeConnick's "Bitch Planet" & more.
The first major comics event of 2014 kicks off with Image Comics publisher Eric Stephenson delivering an announcement-heavy keynote address.
Hollywood is developing an unprecedented amount of comic book-based TV shows, and CBR is here to help make sense of it all.
Elizabeth Olsen discusses her rumored role in "Age of Ultron"; Nightwing may be headed to "Arrow"; "Outcast" heads to Cinemax & more.
Cinemax has won a multiple-cable network bidding war for the TV rights to Robert Kirkman & Paul Azaceta's upcoming Image Comics series "Outcast."
Robert Kirkman's forthcoming Image Comics series "Outcast" may be the subject of a trademark challenge from Valiant Entertainment.
"Walking Dead" writer Robert Kirkman teams with artist Paul Azaceta for a brand new horror series "Outcast" from Image Comics and Skybound, and the writer laid out the early details of his pitch for a new kind of exorcism comic.
A dead king strives to regain his soul and kingdom in "Outcast," an ongoing fantasy/horror series from BOOM!. CBR spoke with "28 Days Later" scribe Michael Alan Nelson about the book.