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There a lot of ground to cover, but the most exciting reveal of tonight's "The Walking Dead" actually happened during "Into the Badlands."
"The stories remain as enthralling as ever, even without a single walker to be found," in Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard's "The Walking Dead" #148.
In the only slow episode so far this season, the fate of Glenn hangs in the balance and the Alexandrians hem and haw about survival.
Scion iA Concept inspired by Robert Kirkman and Paul Azaceta's horror comic will debut this week at the Specialty Equipment Market Association Show in Las Vegas.
Essentially a 90-minute two-man play, the compelling "Here's Not Here" follows Morgan's long, difficult path to Zen-like warrior -- and redemption.
"The Crow" creator takes a stab at "The Walking Dead" with a new variant, exclusive to Wizard World Comic Con Louisville.
"The Walking Dead" isn't going anywhere anytime soon: AMC has renewed the massively popular comic book adaptation for a seventh season.
Carlos Valdes shares his feelings about Cisco's evolution; the "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." super-team opens up its membership and more.
The zombies on "The Walking Dead" aren't just known as "walkers," according to Robert Kirkman in this clip from the IFC comedy series.
Creator Robert Kirkman, EP Chris Black and star Patrick Fugit discuss going beyond the comics and finding light in Kyle Barnes' darkness on Cinemax.
Patrick Fugit stars in the New York Comic Con trailer for "Outcast," based on the horror comic by Robert Kirkman and Paul Azaceta
Robert Kirkman, star Patrick Fugit, and more discuss their next horror television series ahead of its debut in 2016.
The extra-sized 150th issue of Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard's bestselling Image comic arrives in January.
"The Walking Dead" creator Robert Kirkman revealed the sixth season's connection to the comics and teased the Wolves.
Robert Kirkman talks all aspects of the "Walking Dead" franchise -- comics, TV, video games and beyond -- Thursday afternoon at New York Comic Con
"Flash" EP Andrew Kreisberg discusses possibility of returning characters; Jon Watts remains vague about Miles Morales and more.
"We have to come for them," cautions Rick of the dangers surrounding Alexandria, " before they come for us."
The Emmy winning actor says the show, based on Robert Kirkman and Paul Azaceta's demonic comic, will give audiences a genuine fright.
Kirkman discussed which aspects of his comic book series will appear in the show's sixth season, what will be different and more.
The producing duo of Sean and Bryan Furst have joined Robert Kirkman's Skybound Entertainment, as the heads of TV and film production.
"Walking Dead" creator Robert Kirkman and Skybound oversaw the iOS and Android mobile game's development.
AMC has announced record-setting ratings for Sunday's series premiere of "Fear the Walking Dead," the much-hyped "Walking Dead" companion series.
Dave Erickson discusses AMC's "Walking Dead" companion series that delves into families confronted with the start of the walker apocalypse.
"Waking Dead" creator Robert Kirkman says fans of the franchise have a lot to look forward to from the new show.
Spider-Man actor Tom Holland has been spotted in Germany; director David Ayer reveals his hardcover "Suicide Squad" script.
The bookstore chain's special edition of the 1000-page collection comes with an exclusive cover and poster.
The series is adding alums from "The Office," "The Americans," "The Shield" and of course "Star Trek: The Next Generation."
Despite the involvement of EP Robert Kirkman and stars Norman Reedus and Djimon Hounsou, "Air" never rises above the level of forgettable sci-fi fare.
The lights dim on the City of Angels as fires form an unmistakable message in the upcoming spinoff's latest trailer.
Robert Kirkman and Scott M. Gimple say the anticipated villain and fan-favorite hero Jesus may appear in Season 6. Or maybe not.
"The Walking Dead" creator says that the show "has always been about the characters" and that the tradition will continue in "Fear the Walking Dead."
The premium cable channel has released the first look at Robert Kirkman's television show about demonic possession.
The cast and crew of Cinemax's "Outcast," including Patrick Fugit and Wrenn Schmidt, sat down to discuss the show and offer a sneak peek.
Following a minor throat surgery, Kirkman will have to sit out this year's Comic-Con International, as he did with Image Expo 2015.
Robert Kirkman, Gale Ann Hurd and more offer fans a sneak peek of AMC's anticipated zombie-fueled spinoff.
Cinemax has released key art for the upcoming horror series, plus a photo variant of "Outcast" #1, featuring star Patrick Fugit.
Comic-Con International attendees will get a first look at Cinemax's adaptation of the horror comic by Robert Kirkman and Paul Azaceta.
This fall, Telltale Games and Skybound will come together to deliver "The Walking Dead: Michonne - A Telltale Games Mini-Series," a three episode series.
The rumor of Jason Statham landing a role as Bullseye has been quashed, Robert Kirkham clears up the timeline of "Fear the Walking Dead" and more!
Executive producer Robert Kirkman states that the "Fear the Walking Dead" timeline will eventually overlap with its parent series.