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,
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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
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