NYCC 2016: Kirkman Says Glenn Was Meant To Die Much Earlier

by Peter Paltridgeon 10/08/2016
Robert Kirkman addressed a large audience of his fans during the Walking Dead panel at NYCC. This wasn’t the panel for the show, but the comic book. But since the show lifts so much from it, nearly everything he revealed had repercussions for both shows, so…. One big reveal? Kirkman confessed in the comics, Glenn […]

FORUMS: The Walking Dead Comic 159 Preview Panels - The Walking Dead Comic Series

by Eileen Cruzon 10/04/2016
The Walking Dead Issue 159 Drops this Wednesday, October 5th. Is it just me, or did this month go by quick? I wasn’t even expected it yet this week. And I’m totally picturing Dwight, right after he says “there’s only one way to survive this”, to then go “Potato Bug Retreat!!”, curl up into a […]


How Many Words For "Zombie" Are There In The Walking Dead World?

by Peter Paltridgeon 09/08/2016
Most zombie stories out there operate under the assumption that the notion of the dead rising did not exist prior to it happening. There are no zombie movies, TV shows or comic books, because then people would have an idea of what to do before it happened. In the world of The Walking Dead, they […]

Walking Dead's Publisher Relocating To Portland

by Peter Paltridgeon 09/05/2016
Image Comics, publishers of The Walking Dead, Saga and other acclaimed graphic novels, announced this weekend that they’re moving their HQ north. Previously based out of Berkeley, Image will be moving into the offices at the Montgomery Park building in Portland, OR. They will now reside in the same neighborhood as Oni Press, Dark Horse […]


Charlie Adlard Believes One Walking Dead Character Won't Die Anytime Soon

by Peter Paltridgeon 08/12/2016
Charlie Adlard, longtime artist of the Walking Dead comic book, made an interesting comment to the Huffington Post today. Though he’s not the WRITER, he feels pretty certain that one popular character from the book won’t die for a long time. Before you read on, try to guess who it is. The answer feels obvious […]
Executive producer Robert Kirkman attends AMC's "The Walking Dead" breakfast on Day 2 of Comic-Con International on Friday, July 25, 2014, in San Diego. (Photo by John Shearer/Invision for AMC/AP Images)

Robert Kirkman Has Learned To Live With Death Threats

by Peter Paltridgeon 08/02/2016
It’s a big, crazy, kooky world. There are people out there who take their comic books and TV shows very seriously, and then there are people who take them really, really, REALLY seriously. Robert Kirkman revealed to the Swedish entertainment website Aftonbladet that ever since The Walking Dead started running on TV — not since […]


SDCC 2016: Kirkman And Adlard Chat About The Comic

by Peter Paltridgeon 07/22/2016
The Walking Dead panel happened yesterday, but not the one everybody’s waiting for: this was the quieter, more low-key panel based around the original comic book. Writer Robert Kirkman and artist Charlie Adlard sat down, revealed a few secrets and answered a few questions. The biggest revelation? When Kirkman came up with Negan, he originally […]

Negan Vs. Glenn Action Figures To Be Offered At SDCC

by Peter Paltridgeon 06/17/2016
One of The Walking Dead’s most famous moments will be immortalized in plastic soon as MacFarlane Toys prepares to offer the Negan vs. Glenn package at San Diego Comic-Con. The pair will come in one box and be exclusive to the convention. As you can see on the package, it “Comes With EXCLUSIVE Smashed Glenn […]


The Battle Over The Walking Dead Restaurant Continues

by Peter Paltridgeon 06/03/2016
We reported a couple months ago that some entrepreneurs wanted to open a Greek restaurant in New Jersey and name it, of all things, “The Walking Dead.” Robert Kirkman didn’t think so and filed a lawsuit. Now defendants Philip Theodorou, Steven Theodorou, Anna Theodorou and Mohamed Elkady have counter-sued, saying that they’re perfectly justified to […]
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AMC And Robert Kirkman Present: The History of Comic Books

by Peter Paltridgeon 05/18/2016
Documentaries aren’t a genre AMC is known for, but in this case, the subject matter corresponds to the cable network’s recent focus of late. With two Walking Dead shows, an upcoming Preacher show and a reality show set inside a comic book store, it follows logic that the AMC audience might be interested in a […]