PRESS RELEASE – Image Comics partner and pop culture phenomenon Robert Kirkman and artist Charlie Adlard’s THE WALKING DEAD #163 is the Direct Market’s highest ordered comic in nearly 20 years.
Have you ever wondered what Rick Grimes would look like dressed as Negan? The variant cover for The Walking Dead #163 gives us an idea.
Word has been circulating on the Internet recently that DC Comics is going to start an advertising campaign in January, running eleven different commercials on select cable television channels to advertise the trade collections of the first wave of Rebirth books. These include AMC, IFC, TBS, TNT, TruTV, El Rey and Boomerang. Not the most watched of networks, but they don’t have to be. Smart idea, I think. Let me tell you why.
Image Comics is celebrating 25 years in comics with a great promo where you can get new comics for less than a dollar!
Break out your red Crayons, your red Crayons, and your red Crayons, and then stock up on more red Crayons, as you get ready to stay within the lines with the upcoming The Walking Dead Adult Coloring Book. Seriously?
PRESS RELEASE: Image Comics and Diamond Comic Distributors are pleased to announce Image+, an all-new monthly magazine which will feature Image’s upcoming releases, as well as bonus creator-owned comics content. Each issue will be distributed with Diamond’s PREVIEWS Catalog each month, with the first issue of Image+ available in May.
Fans of Fear the Walking Dead, the Walking Dead spin-off series, is set to return to the airwaves in April.
You didn’t read that headline wrong, retailers who order at least zero copies of the upcoming The Walking Dead #150, will receive a free variant cover by artist Charlie Adlard.
Following the announcement that Xander Berkeley (Justified, 24), would be joining The Walking Dead, TVLine broke the story that he would be playing the role of Gregory – a character known to lie and betray his fellow survivors in The Walking Dead comic book series. No announcement has been made about exactly how Berkeley’s Gregory fits into the larger television universe of The Walking Dead on AMC. What do you think about the news that Gregory will be coming to television? What complications do you think could arise from this? Let us know all your thoughts in the comment section below! The Walking Dead returns to
First, I need to give my yearly advice to people buying gifts for comics fans, especially late ones! Do NOT try to buy an item you THINK they might want! Chances are, they either have it or don’t wait it if they haven’t already bought it. Instead, locate their local comics shop and buy a gift card! They’ll be able to purchase what they want, so they’ll love you for it! Phew! Okay, now we can move on to the topic at hand – This is a great time to be a comics fan! That’s so true on several levels!
Every so often, I re-examine the idea of trade paperbacks versus individual issues. Now that I’m helping out behind the scenes on a comic series (the aforementioned Stabbity Bunny), I’m encountering new questions regarding the unending question of trade paperbacks versus individual issues in a series.
With The Walking Dead #150 just around the corner, Image Comics has released three variant covers that fans can pick up for this landmark issue.
Andrew Lincoln, famous for playing Rick on AMC‘s The Walking Dead, announced at Walker Stalker Con in Atlanta that he is auctioning off a jacket signed by cast members of the show in order to raise money for charity. The jacket is signed by the following cast members of The Walking Dead: Andrew Lincoln (Rick) Norman Reedus (Darrell) Steven Yeun (Glen) Sonequa Martin-Green (Sasha) Ross Marquand (Aaron) Seth Gilliam (Father Gabriel) Melissa McBride (Carol) Tovah Feldshuh (Deanna) Tyler James Williams (Noah) Josh McDermitt (Eugene) David Morrissey (The Governor) Lauren Cohan (Maggie) Lew Temple (Axel) Jeff Kober (Joe) Michael Cudlitz (Abraham) Chandler Riggs (Carl) IronE Singleton