Robert Kirkman

Publisher: IMAGE
Story: ROBERT KIRKMAN
Art: CHARLIE ADLARD, STEFANO GAUDIANO & CLIFF RATHBURN

The decision to celebrate ten years of the Walking Dead with a near bi-weekly roll out of a 12 issue story arc ("All Out War") has proven to be a double edged sword for readers. It seems like Kirkman and company are struggling to find an appropriate pace for the arc. While each issue has major developments and action (and nearly always features a major character death), it's feeling more and more like each issue could have been told in half the pages.

Walking Dead #120

Publisher: Image
Writer: Robert Kirkman
Pencils: Charlie Adlard
Inker: Stefano Gaudiano
Gray tones: Cliff Rathburn

Walking Dead #113
Writer: Robert Kirkman
Art: Charlie Adlard
Publisher: Image

Writer: Robert Kirkman
Penciler/inker: Charlie Adlard
Gray Tones/Cover Colors: Cliff Rathburn

It looks like Barbara Hershey will in fact return to the house that Darth Maul built in "Insidious 2". Currently eyeing an August 30, 2013 release date as of yet we have no details on what the story for the second chapter will be. If I were to guess though I'd say Yoda fights Christopher Lee and a lot of nerds get really pissed.

John McNaughton, the guy who wrote and directed "Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer" is returning to the directors chair with a new flick staring Michael Shannon titled "The Harvest". The movie tells the story of a couple who's son is confined to their home due to a rare illness and the neighbor who causes a rift in their lives when she gives him hope of a better life. McNaughton also directed "Wild Things". So you know. Girl on girl pool make out scene.

ABC has decided to put their new paranormal investigation series "Weird Desk" on hold due to production costs and concerns that it might be a little too close to Joss Whedon’s new show "S.H.E.I.L.D." for comfort. This is upsetting, not because I gave a crap about the show, but because I have been planning my own show "Buddies", about 5 friends who hang out at a coffee shop all day and eventually fall for each other, for years now.

For those of you hoping that we may someday get some insight into what caused the zombie outbreak in "The Walking Dead" I've got some bad news for you. The shows creator, Robert Kirkman, has dropped word that he has no interest in exploring the cause and is rather proud that the show has never gone that direction. He also said you're a loser for wanting to know so bad and that you have awful teeth. Alright I added that last part. I'm sorry.

No one likes the French. Nobody. So news that French actress Lizzie Brochere has joined the cast of season 2 of "American Horror Story" is bitter sweet. Bitter, because she's French and sweet because... I can't really think of anything actually. Croissants are pretty good. Let's go with that.

Woman hate Angelina Jolie because she seems like a jerk and she broke up Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston, and while some won't admit it every man on earth loves her for the same reason. I'm done lying! So the world will love/hate the news that she's in talks to play a small role in the upcoming Ridley Scott film "The Counselor". The film is about a big time lawyer who tries his hand at the drug game with not so sexy results. Have you seen her tattoos? She's probably a lot more fun than Aniston. You can't argue science.

Robert Kirkman, the guy who created the magical comic book "The Walking Dead" has landed himself another AMC show titled "Thief of Thieves". Based on the comic of the same name the story focuses on a master thief who trying to reconnect with his estranged wife and son while trying to keep his life legit. That's the first season. In the second season not much happens and everyone on the internet bitches about it. Just a guess.

Uwe Boll has set his eyes on freedom with his next project. The film is called "Bailout" and will set its sights on how the economic crisis has affected the average American family. I think this sounds great. mostly because that guy could kick my ass in a boxing match.

I know you kids think you're all to cool for television these days but get your rabbit ears out because "The Walking Dead" is coming to AMC on Halloween. In short the show is a 6 episode series based on the Robert Kirkman comic book that follows a cop leading a group of survivors after the zombie apocalypse breaks out. There's been about 6 million screen shots released for the show and now we've got a few new video clips. A trailer and a couple character profiles to be more specific.

"Saw V" director David Hackl is working to distance himself from the tired franchise as he signs on to direct "The Red Machine", a story of two brothers versus a bear.

Robert Kirkman, all star scribe of "The Walking Dead" has launched a new publishing house under the Image Comics banner called "Sky Bound Comics". Here, Kirkman plans to release new original comics from up and coming creators, starting with The Witch Doctor, a tale of a sick world filled with monsters that effect that natural order.

This is what happens when you graduate from Hogwarts; Daniel Radcliffe is expanding his horizons with a starring role in "The Woman in Black", a new feature under development and the newly revived Hammer Studios.

"Walking Dead" author Robert Kirkman sat down with MTV to talk about the TV version of the show, to be directed by Fran Darabont. In the interview Kirkman discusses fans' fears of a lack of gore on AMC, but he has faith in Darabont, who he says understands the story 100%.

Are you over the whole "Twilight" flavor of vampire teen romance? Fear not, as Unique Features has picked up the film rights to Maggie Stiefvater's "Shiver", a teen werewolf romance novel. There's enough love to go around!

Lionsgate has released a slew of promo stills from their latest batch of Ghost House Underground films. Included in the bunch are a new Jack Ketchum adaptation as well as "Blair Witch" maestro Eduardo Sanchez's "Seventh Moon".