On July 11th the 100th issue of Robert Kirkman's zombie opus The Walking Dead is being released, and finally all 12 covers have been revealed. One is going to be pretty hard to get ahold of, however; read on for the details.
Ever wonder what crazed storylines Robert Kirkman came up with for his The Walking Dead comic book series that ended up getting the axe? Well, wonder no more as Image Comics is about to release The Walking Dead Cutting-Room Floor, containing never-before-seen Walking Dead plots!
What could be better than a new comic series with guns, sex, secret cults, and monsters? That's exactly what we'll be getting on January 4th with Fatale from Image Comics with story by Ed Brubaker, art and cover by Sean Phillips, and colors by Dave Stewart.
Ah ... Ariel Chylde. I've spent many, many lonely nights in the quiet confines of Doctor Gash's secret laboratory admiring your…ahem…courage. But we all know Ariel has assets far beyond her courage and the beautiful character will be on display in all her glory in an amazing upcoming figure.
Yet another property from Image Comics is getting set to enjoy the big screen adaptation treatment, and there is some heavy-hitting Hollywood talent on board to get it done. Read on for details.
You want badass? You've got badass! Big news coming out of Comic-Con today that's actually related to a comic! Who would have thought of such a thing?!?! As per the ArieScope website ...
We just got word on a very cool giveaway happening on Saturday, July 23rd, at the San Diego Comic-Con at the Image Comics booth fans of both the Darkchylde franchise and horror icon John Carpenter won't want to miss.
The gorgeous Ariel Chylde has been tempting comic book readers with her beauty for 15 years, and our friends at Image Comics and Diamond Select Toys are doing the celebration right with some all new Ariel for you to enjoy.
It was during last year's San Diego Comic-Con that we first got word on Witch Doctor, the debut original comic being published by Robert Kirkman’s Image Comics’ Skybound, and now that WonderCon in San Francisco is just a few days away, more news on Issue #1 is leaking out. From the Press Release:
We've been talking about a feature film version of the Image Comics property The Strange Adventures of H.P. Lovecraft for a while now, and it looks like a writer has finally been tapped to pen the script. John August (Frankenweenie, Dark Shadows) is the man handling the adaptation as a potential directing vehicle for Ron Howard.
Chicks. Demons. Comic books. It doesn't take a rocket scientists to know that when you combine the three, you have geek fried gold! If you haven't been keeping up with the saga of Darkchylde, you've been missing out. That's okay, though! We have a quick and efficient way for you to atone for your sins! From the Press Release
Tired of waiting for the feature film version of Tim Seeley's Hack/Slash? If so, then February 9, 2011, can't get here soon enough as that's the date Hack/Slash returns in all-new ongoing comic series by the creative team behind the hit Hack/Slash: My First Maniac mini.
One more story that fell a bit between the cracks during our coverage of the San Diego Comic-Con came in the form of an announcement at the show that producer/writers Marc Guggenheim and Alisa Tager have formed Collider Entertainment, a company focused on the principle that intellectual property can be developed across multiple platforms for production and global distribution simultaneously.
Robert Kirkman announced today that he is launching and will helm Skybound, a new division of Image Comics that will give a new generation of comic book artists and creators the opportunity to publish their works as Skybound Originals.
With the excitement building for the debut of "The Walking Dead" TV series, it's easy to forget that it all began as a comic born in the creative mind of Robert Kirkman, but thanks to AMC's blog, here's a little reminder in the form of a sneak peek at the first seven pages of the upcoming Issue 75 of the The Walking Dead comic.