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. Kyle Pinion Entertainment Editor for The Beat covering film, television and the occasional comic book. […]
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. Alexander Lu Alex is the Managing Editor of the Comics Beat. He is also a freelance comics editor with previous credits […]
Bethesda prepare us for Fallout, Telltale lets us know when their big announcement is coming, The original Uncharted trilogy gets a makeover, and could Xbox be opening the E3 door for a lucky few?
Following the success of Breaking Bad spin-off Better Call Saul, AMC has pre-emptively ordered two seasons of a Walking Dead spinoff series set before the original show.
Hollywood comes calling for another Kirkman creation
The Walking Dead, America’s favorite cable television series, returns this Sunday for its mid-season premiere. In anticipation of what’s sure to be another ratings smash, AMC has released the first two minutes of the upcoming episode, “What Happened And What’s Going On”. The Walking Dead airs this Sunday at 9 pm. Kyle Pinion Entertainment Editor […]
It’s a rite of autumn —The Walking Dead’s new season debuts on AMC, and Walking Dead graphic novels start selling like crack again. Here’s the feed from the Amazon graphic novels best seller’s list. Note that The Oatmeal has sold a gazillion copies, and Roz Chast is back in the top ten following her National Book Award shortlisting.
Per the usual pattern, Walking Dead GN sales will slow when the 8 episode season ends, and pick right back up when it returns next year. I know Robert Kirkman has made a buttload of money from the hit TV series, but he, Charlie Adlard and Tony Moore have also made a buttload from the books alone, given the Image deal.
(BTW, for long term Amazon trend analysis I refer you to Beat contributor David Carter’s weekly blog on the topic, which someday I will feature here every week. Lots of other interesting things on his site, as well.)
It’s a rite of autumn —The Walking Dead’s new season debuts on AMC, and Walking Dead graphic novels start selling like crack again. Here’s the feed from the Amazon graphic novels best seller’s list. Note that The Oatmeal has sold a gazillion copies, and Roz Chast is back in the top ten following her National […]
by Edie Nugent From L to R: Dalton Ross, Robert Kirkman and Sean Mackiewicz at Skybound’s The Walking Dead panel at NYCC “The Walking Dead is a very unreal way to explore some very real topics: there’s loss, triumph and accomplishment against all odds,” creator Robert Kirkman explained Thursday to a packed audience of fans at the 2014 […]