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.
A gay Alan Scott got DC plenty of attention, so here are suggestions for more moves that could cause a media firestorm
THOR 2 gets its release date changed, the X-MEN: FIRST CLASS sequel is scheduled, AVENGERS in space and more news
Both AVENGERS & THE WALKING DEAD are hits crossing over demographic lines, but why are the zombies translating to comic book sales and the heroes a...
The growing phenomenon that is THE WALKING DEAD trade sales is helping power a strong 2012 in comics book sales.
Ready to step into the world of THE WALKING DEAD? With this stellar new adventure game, you can with amazing results!
The cover to July's anniversary issue of the Robert Kirkman's series highlight every major dead character
AMC looks to repeat their WALKING DEAD success with development of Robert Kirkman's latest comic series as a TV show
We continue our look at the past twenty years of Image Comics with the current biggest success story of the company, Robert Kirkman.
Trying to decide what to pick up this week? Here's our look at 10 of the most noteworthy new comics and trades
THE WALKING DEAD Season 2 had a lot of big moments, a lot of sad moments, and its share of holy $#*! moments. Here are the ten best!
The INVINCIBLE and WALKING DEAD writer and Image partner closes out the first-ever Image Expo with a Q&A session
Saturday at the inaugural Image Expo brings a WALKING DEAD panel talking the AMC show, with Robert Kirkman and more
Gary Friedrich's legal wrangling with Marvel and the current THE WALKING DEAD lawsuit aren't the first comic creator disputes
Original WALKING DEAD artist Tony Moore has filed suit against Robert Kirkman over the series, according to The Hollywood Reporter