Jake Gyllenhaal signs on to rescue survivors from an alternate dimension in a big screen adaptation of Robert Kirkman's Oblivion Song.Jon Fuge
Robert Kirkman has teased the unique, separate approach to the live-action adaptation of Invincible.Jon Fuge
The Robert Kirkman comic book series Hardcore will get the big screen treatment with Godzilla vs. Kong helmer Adam Wingard directing.Jeremy Dick
Robert Kirkman never revealed the origins of the zombie virus in the comics but appears to have just divulged the answer online.Jeremy Dick
The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman is maybe producing a reboot of Animal House director John Landis' classic horror-comedy An American Werewolf in London.Mike Sprague
Universal Pictures and Skybound Entertainment have partnered to bring Robert Kirkman's Oblivion Song to the big screen.Ryan Scott
Fans at Comic-Con got a first look at Robert Kirkman's new Cinemax TV series Outcast, which debuts in 2016.
Robert Kirkman reveals that the timeline on Fear the Walking Dead will eventually match The Walking Dead.
Robert Kirkman reveals that The Walking Dead spinoff will revolve around the kind of family that hasn't been explored on the original show.
The Walking Dead executive producer Robert Kirkman reveals that Rick and his group of survivors will make it out of that Terminus train car in Season 5, and reveals other hints about the upcoming new episodes.
Creator Robert Kirkman talks casting possibilities, revealing that this fan-favorite character may not be in Season 5 but will be on the show at some point.
Djimon Hounsou is attached to star in Air as a custodial worker who maintains a cryogenic facility in a post-apocalyptic Earth.
Robert Kirkman discusses the differences between his comic book series and this AMC TV show on the Blu-ray set debuting August 28.
Production started today on the new season of AMC's zombie series, which will feature new characters such as Michonne and The Governor.
The series will revolve around a reformed art thief who sets out to re-steal only those items that have already been stolen.B. Alan Orange
Tony Moore claims he was duped into signing over his interest in the comic book, which was later turned into the hit AMC TV series.
The creator of the zombie comic book this AMC series is based on walks us through the Atlanta set for the upcoming season.
The show's executive producer talks about his expectations for the second season.Brian B.
Comic book creator Robert Kirkman reveals the new season of the AMC zombie series will visit the rural areas around Georgia.
Robert Kirkman also revealed The Governor character from his graphic novel will not appear in Season 2, but will likely surface in Season 3.