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Check out this interview where Seifert discusses next months Witch Doctor one shot, and the upcoming mini-series in 2012!
Robert Kirkman was recently on the view… check out the story here!!!
Here’s an interview with Robert Kirkman about The Rise of the Governor…
“The Walking Dead: Rise of the Governor,” the new novel from comic book creator and show executive producer Robert Kirkman and co-author Jay Bonansinga, is grotesque. This is a good thing, mind you; when it comes to the realm of flesh-hungry creatures of the undead, guts and gore are par for the course.
Robert Kirkman dishes on the first episode of Season 2.
IGN Comics: You wrote the first episode of season 2; how is it for you to go back and explore a time period of the book that is so far behind you?
Robert Kirkman: Well I mean, it’s exciting for me just because this is material that I’d written so long ago and so when I read the early issues of Walking Dead, I’m constantly kind of like, “Oh you know, I could’ve done this better and I could’ve done this, or this would’ve been neat.” It’s nice to go back and revisit something you’ve written like that and be able to tinker with it for a new medium. That part of it is pretty exciting for me.
Newsarama interview with Robert Kirkman….
When it comes to zombies, your work is never done. For The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman, that’s especially true. Good thing he loves zombies.
A Great interview with Witch Doctor’s Brandon Seifert!!
here’s a snippet…
Dr. Morrow trained in traditional medicine, and then, under circumstances we haven’t revealed, gave up that life and trained in the magical arts. But his medical background means he’s got a different approach to the supernatural than we usually see — he approaches it like a doctor, a scientist. Which, if you think about it, makes a lot of sense because lots of classic monsters are disease metaphors — vampires, werewolves, zombies, demonic possession, they’re all infections. So Morrow’s job is to diagnose and treat cases of these supernatural infections, and to stop outbreaks of them — preventative medicine for the apocalypse.
Thief of Thieves artist Shawn Martinbrough talks comics with NY Daily News!
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