Did You Hear? is a weekly examination of headlines in the entertainment industry and a take on what they could mean for the future of the industry and (often), the little geeky bubble that we occupy!
Today is Halloween, and it’s one of the best times to talk about horror in comics!
If you’re going to buy Image Comics’ The Art of AMC’s The Walking Dead Universe, I hope you enjoy it! Sadly, that doesn’t include me!
Fans of AMC’s The Walking Dead should be on the lookout for the upcoming The Art of AMC’s The Walking Dead Universe from Skybound Entertainment, AMC, and Image Comics that is arriving in stores in September.
AMC has optioned SORCERERS, a novella by co-writers Maurice Broaddus and Otis Whitaker, featuring illustrations by internationally renowned artist Jim Mahfood.
Image Comics has announced that Rob Guillory’s Farmhand comic book series has been optioned for television by AMC.
Dark Horse Comics has announced that She Could Fly from Christopher Cantwell and Martin Morazzo has been optioned by AMC for a television adaptation.
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.
A lot of people on the Internet are talking about the interesting recent news that Robert Kirkman is taking his intellectual properties under Skybound from cable channel AMC to Amazon Prime.
Word has been circulating on the Internet recently that DC Comics is going to start…