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Between prepping "The Avengers 2" and the "S.H.I.E.L.D." TV series, Joss Whedon found time to endorse Mitt Romney for President, finding common, post-apocalyptic ground with the candidate.
Horror legend George A. Romero, who essentially created the zombie subgenre as we now know it, has revealed he’s writing a comic for Marvel, though he claims the actual plot remains a "secret."
Horror comics historian Craig Yoe and horror comics enthusiast Steve "Karswell" Banes recounted the horror comics of the 1950s, digging into their gory origins, dark downfall and the artists who worked on them.
The Center for Disease Control is up to its old zombie tricks, this time using AMC's "The Walking Dead" as a teaching tool for natural disaster preparation.
"Any Empire" creator Nate Powell appears at United Nations! Details of Stan Lee/Michael Eisner deal! Zombies are a $5 billion industry, apparently! Plus much more!
Jon Bernthal, Laurie Holden & Chandler Riggs answer some of CBR TV's most offbeat zombie apocalypse questions before Bernthal leads our crew in a rousing rendition of a classic '80s sit-com theme song.
Writer Mark Kidwell broadens his Vietnam-era zombie epic "'68" with a pair of new one-shots, "Hardship" and "Jungle Jim," coming out through Image Comics.
Jonathan Bernthal and Laurie Holden are excited to get to Hershel’s Farm, but don’t think they’ll make it to prison in season 2. CBR has the latest, including news that Stephen King may write “The Walking Dead.”
To whet our appetites for the Sunday premiere of "The Walking Dead," AMC has released a sneak peek at a full scene from the first episode. SPINOFF ONLINE has the video.
CBR spoke with creators Mark Kidwell, Nat Jones and Jay Fotos to discuss their 1960s era zombie miniseries about the Vietnam War, the infected flower power back home and the devastation across rest of the globe.
An all-zombie edition of Comic Book Legends! What was Marvel's role in the evolution of zombies? What are zuvembies? And what did the Comics Code have against 'Mazing Man?
Seattle Times columnist Mark Rahner examines current events through zombies and cowboys in "Rotten," an ongoing Moonstone series co-written with Robert Horton and drawn by Dan Dougherty. CBR News spoke with Rahner about the project.
To celebrate Zombie Month at Marvel, the publisher will release special zombified variant covers for their titles in October. CBR has an exclusive first look at them, featuring art by Humberto Ramos, Greg Land and more.