The Walking Dead is one of the biggest comic properties right now so this exclusive Michonne statue from McFarlane Toys is sure to perk the interests of many around the world. Pictures and important details follow after the jump.
The Greatest Superhero Comic in the Universe hits its milestone 100th issue, and things don’t look too good for Mark Grayson! Major Spoilers reviews Invincible #100 and lets you know if it lived up to the hype!
Looking for a wish-fulfillment story but Shazam’s just not cutting it anymore? Did you always feel a little sorry for the Tyrannosaurus Rex only having short, little arms? Do you love science, even the crackpot variety? Would you like a comic that you can enjoy with your kid/younger sibling? Then read on as Major Spoilers answers all your questions and reviews Super Dinosaur.
Something big is about to happen in the Invincible Universe, but before we can get to it, a few issues need to be resolved between Robot and Monster Girl. Image Comics serves up the latest issue, and Major Spoilers couldn’t wait to take a look inside.
As has been the case with teaser campaigns from the various publishers, any promo that continues for more than a day is going to have a payoff at some point. For Image Comics it just may be the latest teaser for events building up to Invincible #100.
Invincible has always had nods to famous comic book characters and events, and though we have seen Mark get kicked up and down the galaxy, the latest teaser from Image Comics seems to reflect a Death of Superman vibe.
Robert Kirkman’s Eisner Award-winning The Walking Dead comic series for Image Comics/Skybound reached its milestone 100th issue and instantly sold out of its 383,612 initial orders on July 11th, the same day it was released, effectively becoming the best-selling comic book in initial orders for any publisher since 1997, when Image Comics/Top Cow’s The Darkness #11 was released. The Walking Dead, created and written by Kirkman with art by Charlie Adlard, featuring 13 variant covers for the 100th issue — all sold out — has been the talk of San Diego Comic-Con with a series of events celebrating its release. Kirkman is a partner in Image Comics, the first person invited to join the comic book industry’s premier publisher of creator-owned comics since its inception twenty years ago.
In a partnership between Hyundai and Robert Kirkman, the creator of The Walking Dead has designed a modified version of Hyundai’s Elantra Coupe into a vehicle suitable for the user to have an edge in the zombie apocalypse. Take the jump to see the vehicle and hear how Kirkman feels he would fare in a world of zombies.
Season two of The Walking Dead ended with a cloaked Michonne walking out of the fog. Entertainment Weekly has the first good look at Danai Gurira’s character.
THE WALKING DEAD #95, in stores on March 28, will have a five-page preview of Terry Moore’s horror comic Rachel Rising, published by Moore’s own Abstract Studio. The trade paperback collecting the first six issues of the ongoing series by the Strangers in Paradise creator, Rachel Rising: The Shadow of Death, will be in comic book stores the same day.
Robert Kirkman, creator and writer of Image/Skybound’s hit comic, “The Walking Dead,” and writer/Executive Producer on the international hit television show based upon it, has joined forces with Maryland-based Diamond Select Toys, who will handle the toy license. DST has a 13-year-long history of producing quality toys and collectibles, many based on established comic book and horror properties, and is happy to be able to bring the book’s well-developed characters and gruesome zombies to three-dimensional life as a line of Minimates and figural banks.
The Hollywood Reporter has the exclusive news on a lawsuit dropped on Robert Kirkman by The Walking Dead collaborator Tony Moore.