Another interview has come in for Frank Darabont's take on the Robert Kirkman zombie epic The Walking Dead, this time with cinematographer David Boyd regarding shooting the mother of all zombie themed television series.
The good thing with all of this Comic-Con coverage of AMC's The Walking Dead series is that so much has already been revealed/promoted that we don't even have to watch the show, right?
Our man Buz just cruised out of the round table interviews for "The Walking Dead" here at the San Diego Comic-Con and scored us the scoop on who will live to see Season Two of the AMC series based upon the Robert Kirkman comic book.
"The Walking Dead" have exploded at the San Diego Comic-Con, and we have complete coverage of highlights from the big panel along with a detailed description of the footage shown.
There's no question ... the crown jewel for horror fans at this year's San Diego Comic-Con is AMC's booth for "The Walking Dead". There's just so much to see, including some new character posters and a new giveaway poster illustrated by Drew Struzan that will be handed out to fans during the official Comic-Con signing for the show.
Without question the coolest friggin' thing we have ever seen at this or any Comic-Con is AMC's booth for their upcoming zombie show, "The Walking Dead". Get ready for the goods, kids!
Another interview has come in for Frank Darabont's take on the Robert Kirkman zombie epic The Walking Dead, this time with executive producer Gale Anne Hurd, who describes "The Walking Dead" TV show's blockbuster potential, its commonalities with Piranha, and what makes zombies only the second-most dangerous characters in the series. In addition, we have some updated info on "The Walking Dead" at San Diego Comic-Con.
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.
I don't know of a single horror fan who is not excited for AMC's six-episode airing of Frank Darabont's take on the Robert Kirkman zombie comic The Walking Dead. As if you needed even more of a reason to get hyped, a new video has surfaced full of interviews and shamblers!
Finally the entire creative line-up behind this October's highly anticipated television adaptation of the Robert Kirkman zombie epic The Walking Dead has been revealed. That's right, dead heads, get ready to find out who will be writing and directing each of the first six episodes!
Another director has been named to join the illustrious few who will bring us Frank Darabont's take on the Robert Kirkman zombie epic The Walking Dead this fall. Shamble on for the details.
More goodness coming in support of Frank Darabont's take on the Robert Kirkman zombie epic, The Walking Dead. That's right, kids! Time for another interview and new image!
Now this is what we've been waiting for! A fully assembled hero shot of the cast thus far getting ready to fend off the rotting and crawling creatures that are looking to take a bite out of their day. If this doesn't get you excited for Frank Darabont's take on The Walking Dead, we don't know what will!
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.
Can't get enough of "The Walking Dead"? We can't either. The network bringing us the goods this October, AMC, has just put up another blog on their site to bring us a better idea of what to expect when this baby debuts! Today's subject? Production designer Greg Melton.