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On Tuesday, zombie hordes struck a number of the world's most iconic and famous landmarks. In Boston, Massachusetts, not even Rick Grimes himself could save the Washington Monument from the shambling undead.
CBR News spoke with "The Walking Dead" actors Andrew Lincoln (Rick), Sarah Wayne Callies (Lori) and Jon Bernthal (Shane) about their time spent surviving the upcoming AMC zombie series.
CBR News spoke with "The Walking Dead" actors Steven Yeun (Glenn), Laurie Holden (Andrea) and Norman Reedus (Daryl Dixon) about their experiences bringing the AMC zombie series to unlife.
The first episode of AMC's "The Walking Dead" lays the groundwork for a show more about the horror of survival than the horror of zombie hordes, though it certainly offers that in a moody, thoughtful series opener.
CBR News spoke with "The Walking Dead" comic book creator and producer Robert Kirkman and director, writer and producer Frank Darabont about bringing their gory AMC zombie series to life.
CBR News spoke with "The Walking Dead" producer Gale Anne Hurd about bringing the zombie apocalypse to life, what drew her to Robert Kirkman's source material in the first place and AMC's support of guts and gore.
Frank Darabont, Gale Anne Hurd, Robert Kirkman and the cast of "The Walking Dead" gathered for their panel at NYCC, premiering action-packed exclusive clips from the first two episodes of the AMC series.
Robert Kirkman spoke exclusively with CBR News, giving details on what to expect from the upcoming "Walking Dead" prose novels being co-written by Jay Bonansinga as well as word on the future of "Image United."
AMC has released a 17-minute behind-the-scenes documentary on the development and making of "The Walking Dead" featuring series creator Robert Kirkman, director Frank Darabont and members of the cast and crew.
Image writers Robert Kirkman, Nick Spencer, Steven T. Seagle and Ron Marz spoke at New York Comic Con, ginving aspiring creators insight into the process of developing ideas into full-fledged comic book stories.
"The Walking Dead," the acclaimed horror series by Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore and Charlie Adlard, will move from comics to TV to prose with a trilogy of novels conceptualized by Kirkman. ROBOT 6 has details.
AMC has released a new 30 second commercial spot for the live-action adaptation of the acclaimed zombie comic series featuring a few new scenes sure to whet the appetite of fans who have been clamoring for the show.
In anticipation of the AMC TV series, the gang at The Walking Deadcast podcast shared its in-depth chat with the Image Comic's longtime artist Charlie Adlard, discussing everything from zombie love to horror music.
Image Comics' new teaser for "The Walking Dead" hypes the upcoming "No Way Out" storyline with a shot of Rick Grimes running from a horde of zombies accompanied by the question, "Could this be….THE END?"
Robert Kirkman spoke with CBR News about the newly launched simultaneous digital and print release dates for "The Walking Dead," saying that all of his books would undergo a similar shift "very soon."
Robert Kirkman and Erik Larsen give readers the breakdown on the latest issue of the universe spanning six-issue limited series "Image United" which sees uniting six of the Image Comics founders in one title.
Image Comics' promotion for "The Walking Dead" storyline "No Way Out" continues with a new teaser image asking the question, "What is left but…SURRENDER?"
The latest teaser for "The Walking Dead" hints at big changes in the coming months for Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard's long-form Image Comics zombie epic with the launch of December's "No Way Out" storyline.
Image Comics has released a teaser for the next "Walking Dead" storyline titled "No Way Out" starting in December. Aside from the statement "Desperate times call for desperate measures," no information was given.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you a teaser graphic for "No Way Out," the new storyline beginning in December's "The Walking Dead" #80 by Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard.
"The Walking Dead" Season 2 looked like it might be a sure thing coming out of Comic-Con 2010, and a new report corroborates those prospects -- despite the fact that Season 1 has yet to even air on AMC.
In anticipation of this week's release of "Invincible Volume 13: Growing Pains" by Robert Kirkman and Ryan Ottley, Image Comics has provided CBR with the first full issue in the collection.
AMC has released the four-plus minute long "Walking Dead" teaser that had thousands of fans talking during this summer's CCI along with the official debut date of October 31 and an expanded 90 minute runtime.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Guarding the Globe" #1 by Robert Kirkman, Benito Cereno and Ransom Getty. The world's defenders step up this Wednesday, August 25.
ROBOT 6's Michael May contemplates recent comments by Robert Kirkman and Tom Brevoort about the place of mature content in superhero titles from Marvel and DC Comics.
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.
The popular Image partner took to the stage at Comic-Con to talk about his new Skybound imprint, the future of "Invincible" and much discussion about the highly anticipated "The Walking Dead" television series.
"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."
Robert Kirkman, Marc Guggenheim, Joe Kelly and more were on hand for The Image Comics Show panel, where current and future projects were discussed, as well as company collaborations and new imprints.