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
The Walking Dead AMC television show is days away from its premiere on the appropriately spooky date of October 31, and by all appearances is a faithful take on its source material, the long-running zombie comic by writer Robert Kirkman and artist Charlie Adlard. On the cusp of the small screen premiere,
Whether you like it or not (and we all like it), the zombie apocalypse is almost here as "The Walking Dead" is just 30 short days away from its Halloween debut on AMC. Over the past weeks and months, we've seen video clip after video clip pr
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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
Despite the continued strides made by digital comics, I admit that I've trained myself not to count on -- much less seek out -- day and date releases of higher profile comics. That's why when iFanboy's Josh Flan
It's been a while since ComicsAlliance has taken on a clueless mainstreamarticle about comics, but over the weekend, the ComicsAlliance staff came across "The State of the Graphic Novel," an article in The Atlantic where the magazine's Social Media
AMC has released new video from "The Walking Dead," the highly anticipated new television series based on the popular Image Comics title by Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard. This follows last month's premiere of foota
As the zombie-loving hordes shuffled out of the first look at AMC's "Walking Dead" at San Diego's Comic-Con earlier today, ComicsAlliance was there to talk to the first fans to see footage from the upcoming
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
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