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The Walking Dead has a pretty big ensemble cast for a show set in the zombie apocalypse, so it's always best to be ready for characters to die at any time. Series creator Robert Kirkman has now revealed a list of who is going to die at some point.
Since Fear The Walking Dead first aired, fans have been asking one big question: will the two shows ever crossover? Robert Kirkman, the mind behind The Walking Dead comics and TV series recently answered this question.
Robert Kirkman's new series Outcast isn't set to make its premiere until next month, but the first episode of Season 1 has been released online for everyone to watch early.
As the co-creator of the comic book The Walking Dead, Robert Kirkman has become one of the most recognizable names and faces in the medium, and AMC is giving him another comic book series.
How Messed Up Will The Walking Dead's Rick Be At The Start Of Season 7? Here's What Robert Kirkman Says
The Walking Dead’s creator, writer, and EP Robert Kirkman recently did a reddit AMA where a fan asked how messed up Rick was going to be in Season 7. Here's what he told us.
Although it might be some time before we start hearing news regarding The Walking Dead Season 7, this week we learned that the show’s creators have something special planned for fans.
Back when Game of Thrones first premiered, no one was extremely worried about the show eclipsing George R.R. Martin's books, but it's happening. Will The Walking Dead face the same problems?
The Walking Dead's finale cliffhanger has had fans debating, theorizing, and raging ever since it first hit the airwaves. Creator Robert Kirkman has some feelings of his own, but they might not jive with how many viewers reacted to the final minutes of Season 6.
Networks are not willing to invest a ton of time and money in before every TV premiere, but Cinemax is showing a lot of faith in Robert Kirkman’s new series Outcast.
Robert Kirkman has come a long way since co-creating The Walking Dead comic series in 2003, and his creative empire has branched out onto TV in a big way. With 2 shows on AMC and one coming to Cinemax, you'd think he'd have kept his sights on cable channels for future endeavors. But no.
Relatively few characters in fiction boast “potty mouth” as one of their top three descriptors, but few characters are quite like The Walking Dead's Negan. Thankfully, there's a great plan in place to keep his language intact.
We still know very little about the sadistic, foul mouthed Walking Dead villain known as Negan. However, a new project will soon change all that. Here's what's happening.
Robert Kirkman says that people need to die on The Walking Dead and he has a great reason for that. Check out his cool interview quote, here.
Robert Kirkman has been rather chatty lately regarding the second half of Season 6. While fans have been waiting on bated breath for Negan to make his first appearance, Kirkman recently opened up about another badass comic character who is joining the fold: Jesus.
The midseason break for The Walking Dead is crawling by like a walker with no legs. The arrival of Negan has made the anticipated debut of one of the comic’s biggest villains almost painful. Robert Kirkman recently opened up about how Negan will affect the world of TWD.