With the outstanding ratings The Walking Dead has had, the growing popularity of the comic the show is based on, and well, everyone's fascination with zombies in general, it's no surprise that AMC getting a fourth season. But with this good news, comes some bad.
The master of the Wu-Tang Clan, the beatsmith himself, RZA, has his directorial debut in The Man With The Iron Fists to release next month, and it already looks like her has another film on his lap: Grant Morrison's comic, Happy!.
COMICS: Original ‘Walking Dead’ Artist Tony Moore Sues Writer Robert Kirkman For Co-Authorship Issues
Tony Moore, the original artist for the highly popularized undead series, The Walking Dead, has sought legal action against Robert Kirkman (author of the series) in seeking declaration of joint author for Walking Dead and other conceived works along with claimed unpaid royalties and payments from associated content.
If there's one thing I'm sure everyone is anticipating for the Fall season, it's season 3 of AMC's The Walking Dead. Rick and company have definitely gone through hell over the the course of the last two season, but there's a lot more coming their way. A new poster was released, showing particular characters in arranged groups. Looks like there will be alliances will be forming... and hostilities.
If you talk to any fan of The Walking Dead, the infamous character, Philip Blake (aka, The Governor), will always be mentioned. Fans have been waiting anxiously to see his appearance in the AMC series, and now it looks as though we'll be getting him in the next season.
Art: Brent Peeples
Publisher: Image Comics
Release Date: October 5, 2011 (Issue #1) / March 21, 2012 (TPB)
Deity beings land on earth to save humanity from destroying itself. They cure the sick, they build entire cities, they provide natural resources to all, and they don't ask for anything in return. Instead, the human race betrayed them, killing each of these celestial beings, except for one: The Last. Yeah, it's a wonderful premise, and The Last of The Greats ended up being something I wasn't expecting at all. No, that isn't a bad thing. As a matter of fact, the book is a real page turner, and an enjoyable one at that.
Jon Bernthal, known for his breakout role as Shane in AMC's hit zombie series The Walking Dead, is currently in talks to star in Frank Darabont's period drama L.A. Noir. But if Bernthal is already looking for work elsewhere, could this mean Shane Walsh will be meeting his demise by the end of the second season?
I knew that a Hack/Slash movie adaptation was going to happen eventually, and it looks like it's finally going to happen. This action-horror comic series had a great formula for a film, and with the current comic-to-movie trend right now, this wasn't a surprise.