It's a bonafide smash-TV hit. Walking Dead castmembers Laurie Holden & Jonathan Bernthal hit C2E2 for a Q&A.
Check out a pair of grim reviews as David takes a look at The Walking Dead and The Grim Ghost.
Next up in our look towards 2011 are 11 upcoming genre TV series worth talking about - and maybe even watching
Wanting to give the gift of comics this holiday season? Jill has plenty of ideas for folks who might not yet be fans
WALKING DEAD Writer Charles H. Eglee is in talks to oversee the POWERS TV series, as confirmed by Brian Michael Bendis
Jill Pantozzi and Lucas Siegel break down the weekly genre news for those of us who actually HAVE lives, in this premiere episode of NEWSARAMA: NEE...
The least surprising news of Monday is the TV adaptation of THE WALKING DEAD is coming back for 13 more episodes
Team Best Shots evaluates AVENGERS, WONDER WOMAN, the new WALKING DEAD TV Show on AMC and more in the big weekly column
Kirkman returns for the second half of our interview, talking about being a comics fan, working in comics, and who he'd like to see do creator-owne...
David Pepose steps up with a review of all 78 issues so far of The Walking Dead to help us close out our KIRKMANARAMA week.
Newsarama talks with the creator and executive producer of the TV series The Walking Dead, Frank Darabont and Gale Anne Hurd at NY Comic Con 2010.
Justin, Alex and Pete give you an advanced, spoiler free review of AMC's The Walking Dead!
Newsarama talks with Steven Yuen, one of the stars from the upcoming TV series, The Walking Dead.
The artist for the vast majority of The Walking Dead sits down to chat with us about the book for our Kirkman week
WALKING DEAD original series artist Tony Moore talks about zombies, Kirkman, and how it all began.
Newsarama talks to the executive producer, Gale Anne Hurd, and one of the stars of The Walking Dead, Sarah Wayne Callies (LORI), at NYCC 2010.
This week's column gets down to the roots of.. oh, no. Please. They're coming! This is it! The Zombie Apocalypse! AHHHHHH!
With THE WALKING DEAD making the jump from comics to TV, we look at some other Kirkman creations to speculate on where they might pop up next.