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Image Comics has provided CBR with exclusive previews for two of this week's new releases: Robert Kirkman and Ryan Ottley's "Invincible" #91 and Nick Spencer and Joe Eisma's "Morning Glories" #18
Robert Workman gets his hands on Telltale Games' ambitious "Walking Dead" release and provides his first impressions on the game which tells an original story set in the universe of the hit Image Comics title.
Telltale Games has released the launch trailer showcasing the plot and characters in the episodic "The Walking Dead" video game, available now.
In another installment of BEFORE THEY WERE FAMOUS, Tim takes a look at the Captain America comics right before Ed Brubaker began his enormously-long run. Robert Kirkman superheroes, Marvel-style.
"The Walking Dead" actor Steve Yeun dished with CBR TV about the hit series, revealing which actor got sick at the sight of the well zombie, how far he's read in the comic and more. Check out the video and read the transcript!
Nicolas de Crecy and David B as successors to Moebius! Michael Cho talks "Back Alleys and Urban Landscapes"! Brian Wood talks "The Massive"! Robert Kirkman offers pitching advice! Plus more!
Actors Steven Yeun and Lauren Cohan took the stage before a packed house at C2E2 to discuss all things "The Walking Dead," including insights into what's ahead in Season 3.
ROBOT 6 has a hi-res copy of Charlie Adlard’s corpse-strewn cover for the 100th issue of "The Walking Dead," which depicts every prominent character who’s died in the acclaimed series - so far.
Greg McElhatton gives "Thief of Thieves" #3 4 stars saying that three issues in, Robert Kirkman, Nick Spencer and Shawn Martinbrough's Image Comics series "continues to impress."
AMC has optioned "Thief of Thieves," Robert Kirkman's new Image Comics heist series co-written by Nick Spencer and illustrated by Shawn Martinbrough.
Terry Moore spoke with Robot 6's Tim O'Shea about his recent movie to digital comics, the "Rachel Rising" teaser in an upcoming issue of "The Walking Dead" and his hopes to someday release all of his work in color.
Robert Kirkman headlined a panel featuring Skybound creators discussing the direction of the imprint and what to expect from current and upcoming projects. Plus, "The Walking Dead for Kids!"
Image Comics partner Robert Kirkman spilled the beans on all things "Walking Dead" including details about Season Three of the AMC TV show, his other Image Comics titles, and more.
In advance of his appearance at Emerald City Comic Con, Robert Kirkman reveals new details about his ongoing series "Invincible" and "Thief of Thieves" including upcoming crossovers, inter-dimensional adventures and criminal activities.
Augie De Blieck Jr. gives "The Walking Dead" #95 4.5 stars saying writer Robert Kirkman and artist Charlie Adlard "aren't yet afraid to mix things up before letting things settle down, which is the book's real strength."
The first trailer featuring gameplay footage from Telltale Games' "The Walking Dead" debuts, providing a new look at Charlie Adlard's character designs and a sense of the game's atmosphere.
"The Walking Dead" ratings juggernaut shambles as the Season 2 finale set new records, with 9 million viewers tuning in to watch the massive herd of walkers' descent on Hershel's farm.
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.
Telltale Games has premiered a creepy teaser trailer for "The Walking Dead" video game that lacks any gameplay footage but makes up for it with a sense of dread and helplessness reminiscent of the comic and TV show.
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."
Artist Shawn Martinbrough speaks to CBR about his work on the Robert Kirkman and Nick Spencer-written series and offers a look at the second issue, out this week from Image Comics.
Telltale Games co-founder and CEO Dan Connors reveals details the company's big push for games based on Robert Kirkman's "The Walking Dead" and Bill Willingham's "Fables" for 2012.
Ever wanted to test your mettle against the walkers in AMC's "The Walking Dead?" You'll get your chance when AMC launches its "The Walking Dead" social game in April. CBR News has details.
Writer Robert Kirkman gave fans the scoop on Mark Grayson's fate in "Invincible," told stories from "The Walking Dead" writer's room and hinted at an expansion of a certain board game.
"The Walking Dead" creator Robert Kirkman and stars Steven Yuen and Norman Reedus discuss recent episodes, what to expect next season, plus a prank gone bad almost empties the room.
Robert Kirkman's Skybound imprint at Image Comics is home to zombies, master thieves, super heroes, and occult doctors, and CBR was on hand for the imprint's panel at Image Expo.
At the inaugural Image Expo, the founding Image partners—sans Jim Lee but with new partner Robert Kirkman—discussed how the company started and their own philosophies on the comic business, with McFarlane teasing an animated "Haunt."
Robert Kirkman spoke with CBR about the Image Expo, "Invincible" and "Thief of Thieves" (with a surprise appearance from Nick Spencer!) and explained why "The Walking Dead" should never have been a TV show.
The inaugural Image Expo kicked off Friday in Oakland with publisher Eric Stephenson announcing "Happy!" by Grant Morrison and Darick Robertson, new "Phonogram" and series by Nick Spencer, Jonathan Hickman and Steve Niles.
Image Comics has released the ticket designs for its late-February Image Expo, showcasing the current "Experience Creativity" campaign through the use of series art and creator photos.
Telltale Games has released new information for its upcoming point-and-click adventure based on "The Walking Dead" including an updated website, new screenshots and behind-the-scenes online talk show.
The midseason premiere of AMC's "The Walking Dead" broke the show's own record on Sunday for total number of viewers and the 18-49 and 25-54 demographics.
After his lawsuit against former collaborator Robert Kirkman made waves in comics and Hollywood, Tony Moore gives his side of "The Walking Dead" rights battle to CBR, saying that the courts will reveal the truth of the comics creation.
Robert Kirkman calls the lawsuit filed against him by former "Walking Dead" collaborator Tony Moore "ridiculous," and insists the artist is being properly paid for his contributions to the series.
In a new app for your computer or tablet hitting this Sunday, viewers can play along with the action of AMC's "The Walking Dead" by gauging the gore, counting the zombie kills and getting inside info on the characters and their world.
Original "Walking Dead" artist Tony Moore has filed a lawsuit against writer Robert Kirkman, claiming he is entitled to half the proceeds from "The Walking Dead."