The Walking Dead is coming to video game stores with the full 5-chapter first season and a very special Collector's Edition.
Robert Kirkman had his own spotlight panel with answers about The Walking Dead comic and TV show and much more!
On the eve of the third season premiere, Robert Kirkman and much of the AMC show's cast talked to fans in NYC
With The Walking Dead HC Vol. 5 hitting stores, we present the entire first chapter of that volume for FREE!
The writer talks about his ongoing zombie series that has gone on to spawn novels and a TV show.
The Walking Dead Season 3 premieres Sunday October 14, 2012, but we have one scene from the show here for you right now!
The legal battle for creator rights, proper payment, and more between the Walking Dead creator and original artist has come to a close.
Most comic book villains tend to be fairly unhinged, but these ones take it to a whole new (scary, dangerous) level
The Walking Dead is returning in October, and creator Robert Kirkman takes us behind the scenes and into the famous Prison set!
Find out when you can watch Andrew Garfield as Spidey from the comfort of your home, plus a new WALKING DEAD poster and more
Tony Moore has filed a new complaint against Robert Kirkman, looking for co-authorship of THE WALKING DEAd and more
A mash-up of BEST SHOTS' comic book reviews and rapid-fire reviews, including AvX Vs. #4.
We're LIVE with the zombie-fied show from the pages of the hit comic. Come on people, it's your first hints at season three.
On the heels of yesterday's 100th issue, The Walking Dead sees a conversation between writer and artist at SDCC.
Game Trailer for the new Walking Dead game. WARNING - Intense Violence and Strong Language
Robert Kirkman doesn't just write The Walking Dead. The writer stops by to talk about a couple of his other successful Image series.
The big 100th issue of The Walking Dead comes in July 2012, and Image Comics and Skybound are teasing us ahead of time.
THE WALKING DEAD creator Robert Kirkman discusses why the hit TV shows translates to comic book sales whereas other properties do not.