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"Walking Dead" themed Air Warriors weapons, including as Michonne's Katana and Carl's Revolver, will be available as SDCC-exclusive toys.
"Manifest Destiny" presents an alternate history of the United States, filled with horrific creatures, plant zombies, and fantastic art and writing.
Fans of the Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard comic can buy their own Lucilles in two different sizes at the San Diego con.
McFarlane Toys' "Saga" figures will be joined by a new "Outcast" hardcover and "Walking Dead" compendium at the San Diego con.
In addition to a 2-pack featuring Negan, Lucille and the "smashed head" of their victim, Skybound will offer an "Outcast"-themed watch at Comic-Con.
Sebela discusses working with the "Walking Dead" co-creator on the horror series, and how it leverages real-world fear to tell a compelling story.
With the Robert Kirkman-Paul Azaceta adaptation, Fox will be the first network in Europe and Africa to release a series on Facebook Live.
Image will debut "Lake of Fire," Skybound's "Demonic," Top Cow's "Eden's Fall" crossover, plus new issues of "Saga," Chew," "Walking Dead" & more.
Christopher Sebela & Niko Walter will team for "Demonic," based on a concept originally introduced in 2010 by Robert Kirkman & Marc Silvestri.
The "Captain America: Civil War" directors have teamed with Robert Kirkman's Skybound to buy the rights to the true-crime serial.
The writer discusses Lewis and Clark's epic encounter with the the famed Bigfoot and how his take incorporates both mythology and Americana.
"Spawn Kills Everyone!", a new arc begins in "Outkast," it's the beginning of the end for "Chew" and more creator-owned favorites continue in July.
Surprise guests? New series? Must be Image Expo. Follow along with our coverage of the latest from Image Comics Publisher Eric Stephenson.
Co-creator Robert Kirkman and EP Chris Black discuss the show's devilish inspirations and why there won't be any "Game of Thrones" comparisons.
Mark Grayson enters a bold new future with an artist from his past as co-creator Cory Walker joins Robert Kirkman for a new arc at Image Comics.
Mark Millar & Frank Quitely's "Jupiter's Legacy" returns for a second volume, as "Paper Girls," "Lazarus," "Casanova" and more start new story arcs.
Called "Five Year," the series centers on a family living under the threat of a meteor heading toward Earth.
"DreadBall" publisher Mantic Games is partnering with Skybound for a new "Walking Dead" miniature-based war game.
The news of the delay arrives with the announcement of the $40 million investment by South Korean publisher Smilegate in Starbreeze Studios.
"Criminal" celebrates its 10th anniversary, "Hawaiian Dick" and "Think Tank" return, "Chew" completes the "Poyo" trilogy and tons more in April.
McFarlane Toys' latest "Walking Dead" venture comes in swinging as a 17-inch resin statue of fan-favorite villain Negan.
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.
Creator Robert Kirkman, EP Chris Black and star Patrick Fugit discuss going beyond the comics and finding light in Kyle Barnes' darkness on Cinemax.
Kelly & Fiumara's dragon saga continues, Spurrier & Kelly "Cry Havoc," "Prophet" begins its ending plus more creator-owned hits from Image Comics.
Universal is developing a feature film based on the comic series from Image and Skybound Entertainment.
Brubaker & Phillips bring their mystery to a close, Ed Brisson & Adam Gorham launch "The Violent," plus new "Walking Dead," "No Mercy" 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.
Jon Moisan, who's worked at Marvel since 2011, is headed to the west coast for a new position at Robert Kirkman's Skybound Entertainment.
"Walking Dead" creator Robert Kirkman and Skybound oversaw the iOS and Android mobile game's development.
A Kickstarter campaign to fund an immersive (and official) theatrical experience based on "The Walking Dead" has rocketed past its goal.
The series is adding alums from "The Office," "The Americans," "The Shield" and of course "Star Trek: The Next Generation."
Recent Image Expo announcements like "Black Magick" & "Codename: Baboushka" debut, "Invincible" gets a "Reboot?", "Witchblade" ends and much more.
The premium cable channel has released the first look at Robert Kirkman's television show about demonic possession.
"The Walking Dead" producer David Alpert discussed the company's many projects, including the upcoming AIR feature film and first-person shooter video game.
Creators of Skybound books from "Birthright" to "Thief of Thieves" to "Manifest Destiny" share the wild worlds of Robert Kirkman's Image imprint.
Image Expo's keynote address included comments from Eric Stephenson, plus news of new series from Greg Rucka, Gail Simone, Jason Aaron and more.
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.
Robert Kirkman's creations could be getting new life on the big screen, as Skybound has reached a two-year first-look film deal with Universal.
Veteran TV writer Chris Dingess joined CBR TV at WonderCon to talk about his creator-owned comic series and period-accurate storytelling.