First they kicked things off co-writing the 2011 Green Hornet film. Then they took on the task of adapting and showrunning the current adaptation of Preacher for AMC. After that, they opted to bring another Garth Ennis-written comic, The Boys to Cinemax. And today? Variety reports that writing and directing duo Seth Rogen and Evan […]
All of the original Image Seven – Todd McFarlane, Jim Valentino, Erik Larsen, Rob Liefeld, Marc Silvestri, and Whilce Portacio but minus Jim Lee- will appear at this year’s Emerald City Comicon at a special panel followed by a signing. Walking Dead creator (and current Image partner) Robert Kirkman will moderate the panel. It’s all part […]
Image has announced that with 730,000 copies ordered, February’s THE WALKING DEAD #163 is the Direct Market’s highest ordered comic in nearly 20 years, a feat achieved, they note, without the aid of a subscription box such as Loot Crate. Now let’s add the asterisks. Although not a Loot Crate comic, TWD #163 does have a […]
While it didn’t get all the fanfare of a few other comics based shows, Cinemax’s Outcast, based on the Skybound comic by Robert Kirkman and Paul Azaceta, finished its first season and will be coming back for more gruesome thrills. The show stars Patrick Fugit as Kyle Barnes, a young man who has been battling demonic […]
Yesterday Robert Kirkman announced the end of Invincible, his long running superhero epic, is coming in a year’s time with issue 144. It’s a more than respectable run after 13 years, and actually one of the longer running continuously published comics. He’d have a ways to go to beat Spawn and Savage Dragon which are […]
I believe this is the #1 feel good story of 2016 thus far.
Rob Liefeld and Robert Kirkman have been pals for a while. They’re often spotted plotting together at cons. They’ve even collaborated on a few comics, including Infinite for Image a few years ago.
But this defines a new level of palship.: showing up on your bud’s doorstep with a lifesize Deadpool statue.
Telltale games announces Michonne mini series start date.
Debuting today at NYCC, here’s the first trailer for Cinemax’s adaptation of Robert Kirkman and Paul Azaceta’s Outcast. Outside of The Knick, there’s not a lot drawing my eyes over to that network, but perhaps this can change that.
Robert Kirkman sits down with Seth Myers to talk about what grosses him out about zombies.
Robert Kirkman‘s media conquest continues. Today, Cinemax debuted the first trailer for Outcast, a new TV series based off the Image comics series with the same name. This is Kirkman’s second TV adaptation following The Walking Dead.