Yeah, zombies are still scary - particularly the zombies from AMC's "The Walking Dead," which have an all-too spry penchant for popping up online on their march toward their "Fearfest" debut in October
No matter how funny Image Comics' initial spoof of Marvel's "I am an Avenger" ad campaign might have been, fans understood that the there was no chance its lineup of Rick Grimes, President Barack Obama, Spawn, Invincible and a certain boy wizard would actually be teaming up in the pages of "Guardians of the Globe."...Right?
A new teaser illustration (is that you Chris Giarrusso?) from Image has thrown fans into a flux. Could Benito Cereno and
The dead have met their match, as English actor Andrew Lincoln has snagged the leading role of Rick Grimes in "The Walking Dead," Frank Darabont's upcoming adaptation of Robert Kirkman's Image Comics series for AMC
Image Comics continues its seemingly week-long Avengers marketing parody today with the latest (and most insane) supposed member of "Guardians of the Globe" today with the least likely member yet: President Barack Obama, or his comic book counterpart anyway.
Joining the feasible Invincible, the much less likely Spawn and a completely rid
While yesterday's "Avengers" marketing parody by Image comics seemed rooted in at least a dash of seriousness with a feasible shot of Invincible seemingly announcing his spot on The Guardians of the Globe's new team book launching in August, the publisher's newest unveiling calls everything into question
Avengers fans got an eye full of teaser images over the past weeks showcasing heroes from Marvel's main title, "Secret Avengers" and "Avengers Academy," but now Image Comics is trying its hand at the team promo game with parodies that cleverly announce a team book straight from the pages of Robert Kirkman's "Invincible
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