Skybound Entertainment and Spin Master Ltd. will bring children’s adventure series Super Dinosaur to Amazon Prime Video on October 6.
Browsing: Robert Kirkman
This past week saw something unusual happen—a comic actually ended at an odd number! It was a “Dead” end since it was the final issue of Image Comics’ The Walking Dead.
I’m struck by a variety of emotions and thoughts!
Well… I did NOT see that coming. Your Major Spoilers review of The Walking Dead #193 awaits!
Image Comics, Skybound Entertainment, and Universal Pictures are teaming to bring Robert Kirkman and Lorenzo De Felici’s Oblivion Song to the big screen.
A coup has occurred in the Commonwealth, but which side with Rick Grimes take? Your Major Spoilers review of The Walking Dead #190 awaits!
Robert Kirkman took to the stage today at New York Comic Con to announce the series’ final story arc of his co-created horror series with Paul Azaceta, OUTCAST BY KIRKMAN & AZACETA.
Image Comics has announced the coming release of Hardcore from Andy Diggle and Alessandro Vitti.
Kirkman and Burnham opened the Die Die Die series with a bang in a stunningly gory first issue. They’re back for more in a surprisingly talkative second issue that still carries a brutal punch from Image Comics.
In which a lost family member is found and another family member may be lost to Rick and the people of Alexandria… Your Major Spoilers review of The Walking Dead #180 awaits!
Now, as announced here on MajorSpoilers.com, The Walking Dead is celebrating 15 years of bites, betrayals, and beheadings this October!
So I thought I’d look over my experience with the book that redefined the undead as we get ready for the celebration.
Image/Skybound Entertainment is pleased to announce that October 13th will mark THE WALKING DEAD DAY.
Image/Skybound Entertainment is pleased to announce one last job for THIEF OF THIEVES, the ongoing heist series created by Robert Kirkman in 2012.
Chris Ryall stepped down as the editor-in-chief and CCO at IDW publishing last month, but he didn’t get out of the comic industry as the Hollywood Reporter reports Ryall is now working for Robert Kirkman at Skybound Entertainment.