I've remained a faithful devotee of AMC's The Walking Dead television series since its record-breaking debut, but I'll be the first to admit that the first half of the second season has been shaky, dominated by too little heartbreak and terror and far too much hemming and hawing over the search for a lost little girl. And with showrunner Frank Darabont's departure this summer, I don't have terribly high hopes for the season's remai
Fans of AMC's The Walking Dead may have wondered whether Frank Darabont's possible writing staff overhaul would affect the quality of the series' upcoming second season, but TWD creator Robert Kirkman seems to have put any worries to rest in an interview with TVGuide.com via his signature brand of Kirkman calm.
"Everybody knows what they're doing," Kirkman told TVGuide.com. "AMC has done a few television show
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Earlier today we touched on the effect that AMC's TV series adapting "The Walking Dead" has had on its Image Comic p
The trailer for the AMC "Walking Dead" TV show, originally shown at Comic-Con, has been released! The 4.5 minute video begins roughly where the comic book series begins: with small-town police officer Rick Grimes getting wounded in a shootout, and waking up in the hospital... in the middle of a
There have been high hopes for the AMC "Walking Dead" TV series ever since it was announced, and for good reason: It's a critically-acclaimed comic by a fan-favorite author, paired with the director of "The Shawshank Redemption" on the channel that makes "Mad Men
MTV just posted an interview with "Walking Dead" creator Robert Kirkman about the zombie comic's development as an AMC TV show, and it's all still good news. Frank Darabont, director of "The Shawshank Redemption," is still on board, and Kirkman seems enthused at the level of respect AMC is bringing for the source ma
Fans of the instant-classic television series "Mad Men" may soon find another original show joining it on the American Movie Channel: The Image zombie comic "The Walking Dead." To clarify, the creator-owned zombie series by Robert Kirkman isn't just another zombie comic; it's THE zombie comic, and hell, even if you don't like zombies it's still worth a shot.