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Tim concludes his look at Robert Kirkman's X-Men by considering the subtle genius of a Wolverine from the future and exploring how Kirkman breaks the Professor X vs. Magneto pattern with the help of Yanick Paquette.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive extended preview of "Spawn" #200 from the team of Todd McFarlane, Greg Capullo, Robert Kirkman and more! The oversized anniversary issue hits stores January 12.
This week, Timothy continues his look back at Robert Kirkman's run on Ultimate X-Men, explaining how everything isn't always what it seems, and shows how everything can be undone by a little magic.
Ryan Lindsay gave "The Walking Dead" #80 a 5 star review saying of the first chapter in Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard, new storyline, "The start of this new story arc, 'No Way Out,' is quite simply sublime."
In preparing to talk about Robert Kirkman's fascinating X-Men comics, Tim reflects on the way the Ultimate universe diverged from its original intent and how it has influenced mainstream Marvel comics today.
As part of January's "Spawn" #200, Todd McFarlane is tapping the "Walking Dead" creator to write and pencil a four-page Omega Spawn origin, plus an exclusive look at David Finch's cover process.
The smash hit AMC series based on Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore and Charlie Adlard's Image comic has received a nod in the "Best Television Series: Drama" category and faces some stiff competition.
CBR News talks further with creator and executive producer Robert Kirkman about the difficulties of killing television characters, rumors of behind-the-scenes problems and his own future with "The Walking Dead."
Comic book creator and executive producer Robert Kirkman spoke with CBR about his hit television series, the exhausting promotion process and deviations the show has taken from the original source material.
"Astounding Wolf-Man" collaborators Robert Kirkman and Jason Howard are teaming on the all-ages ongoing "Super Dinosaur" and CBR has the first exclusive interview with Kirkman about the book he describes as Pixar on paper.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive look at a second teaser image for the next Robert Kirkman/Jason Howard comic book, set to debut under Kirkman's Skybound imprint in 2011.
Courtesy of Image comics, CBR presents an exclusive look at a new teaser image for the next Robert Kirkman comic book. Working with artist Jason Howard, the new series launches in 2011 under the Skybound imprint.
CBR TV spoke with Robert Kirkman about "The Walking Dead," the prose novels based on the "Walking Dead" comics, his new comic with artist Jason Howard, releasing digital comics day and date with print and more.
Augie read "The Walking Dead" digitally this week and has some thoughts on how reading the zombie survival epic on an iPhone affected the storytelling. Also, it doesn't get much prettier than a Jim Lee art book!
Augie De Blieck gave "The Walking Dead" #79 4.5 stars calling the latest issue of Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard's zombie survival series "one of the liveliest and most engaging comics in recent memory."
With its fifth episode, the AMC adaptation of Robert Kirkman and company's Image comic earns its highest ratings yet, bucking trends and possibly expectations to make "The Walking Dead" the hit of the year.
With its fourth episode, AMC's adaptation of "The Walking Dead" showed a slight decline in overall numbers, but the show continues its stellar showing in a crowded cable landscape.
Augie discusses the difference between tension and shock and how "The Walking Dead" ends up on the right side of that line. Also, why does the Kirkman written series sell so well and why are we all to blame?
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "The Astounding Wolf-Man" #25 by Robert Kirkman and Jason Howard. The series finale hits Wednesday, November 17.
With its third episode, AMC's adaptation of "The Walking Dead" showed a dramatic ratings boost, pointing the way towards a very favorable reception for Robert Kirkman and company's stories on the small screen.
This week’s episode of "The Walking Dead" delivers much of the emotional punch of the premiere as Rick reunites with his family, Lori grapples with guilt and Daryl Dixon learns what happened to his brother Merle.
Riding a wave of buzz from its U.S. debut, the AMC adaptation of Robert Kirkman and company's Image comic broke records for international audiences and has already been given a 13-episode second season.
"Guts," the second episode of AMC's "The Walking Dead," introduces more of the ensemble cast and injects humor into the show, providing a more satisfying result for fans of the comic book and zombies in general.
For those who missed the beginning of the zombie apocalypse on Halloween, AMC is streaming the first episode of "The Walking Dead" in its entirety for a limited time. SPINOFF has the video and details.
With a hit TV show and an aggressive publishing plan for his comics in place, Robert Kirkman is riding high, so what better time to look back at the video that kicked off his recent run as an Image partner.
With 5.3 million viewers, the AMC adaptation of Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore and Charlie Adlard's zombie epic netted the biggest audience in the network's history and the biggest cable debut of the year.
CSBG's Kelly Thompson looks at the female characters in Robert Kirkman's long-running zombie survival series and how they're portrayed on the printed page, from Lori Grimes to the katana-wielding Michonne and more.
With the AMC television series debuting this weekend, CBR wants to make sure you're up to date with all of our "Walking Dead" coverage, so click here to shamble along with all of our interviews, previews and reviews!
SPINOFF reviews the pilot episode of "The Walking Dead," calling the series premiere a success thanks to brilliant performances from Andrew Lincoln and Lennie James, not to mention Greg Nicotero's zombie effects.
Cast, crew and the undead converged in Hollywood for the premiere of AMC's "The Walking Dead," where the series creator was in attendance, stars lined up for photos and zombies lumbered down the red carpet.
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.