Shortly after a screening at their Comic-Con panel, AMC has released the nearly five-minute trailer for the second season of The Walking Dead, the critically-acclaimed zombie suspense drama adapted from the Image Comics series written by Robert Kirkman. The new trailer for
Prodigious Image Comics writer and partner Robert Kirkman held court at Thursday's Skybound panel at Comic-Con International in San Diego. The imprint was founded by Kirkman to publish original works that he curates, promotes and helps develop for the mass media. Titles include old Kirkman-written favorites like
Viewers of Sunday night's season premiere of Breaking Bad were treated to/offended by AMC's first look at the next season of The Walking Dead. In the short clip, Andrew Lincoln as Rick Grimes delivers to a zombie the kind of bloody punishment you've come to expect from the hit series, which is of course based on the longrunning Image comic by Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard. You can check out the video -- which is very NSFW -- after the jump.
The Walking Dead Season 2
Image Comics' Skybound imprint is about to get massively "Rob'ed." In an interview with USA Today, writer Robert Kirkman and Rob Liefeld announced their upcoming collaboration The Infinite, a sci-fi action title uniting a soldier from the future (Bowen) with his younger self (Bo) in the name of saving Earth from a world-ending threat.From USA Today:
"We both like tech gear, James Cameron, Star Trek and Star Wars, so it's a big sci-f
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
Just one day after the broadcast of its second deliciously gory episode, The Walking Dead has been renewed by AMC for a whole new season. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the breakout zombie series has broken
No matter how awesome you thought your Halloween was last night, it's probably safe to say that Robert Kirkman, Charlie Adlard, Tony Moore and the folks at AMC had a better time - like, 8.3 million times better