"The Walking Dead" creator Robert Kirkman's other horror series released a new trailer during Comic-Con, showing off plenty of terrifying footage.
Fans of all things Robert Kirkman will be able to check out three separate panels at this year's Comic-Con International: San Diego.
McFarlane Toys' "Saga" figures will be joined by a new "Outcast" hardcover and "Walking Dead" compendium at the San Diego con.
"The Walking Dead" co-creator's latest brainchild is designed to get under your skin, and Cinemax's
Star Patrick Fugit and director Adam Wingard discuss Cinemax's horror series, its creepy kid co-star and Robert Kirman's unique vision for the show.
The new Storm actress says Halle Berry never got back to her with advice, Geoff Johns makes a splash on "Seth Meyers" and more.
Two weeks before its television debut of the exorcism drama, Cinemax has begun streaming the pilot episode online.
With the Robert Kirkman-Paul Azaceta adaptation, Fox will be the first network in Europe and Africa to release a series on Facebook Live.
Co-creator Robert Kirkman and EP Chris Black discuss the show's devilish inspirations and why there won't be any "Game of Thrones" comparisons.
Cinemax has set the summer premiere date for their Robert Kirkman comic book adaptation, "Outcast."
Copies of "No Turning Back," the 25th "Walking Dead" trade, will be shrink-wrapped with copies of the debut "Outcast" issue.
Robert Kirkman discusses how adapting "Outcast" was different from "The Walking Dead," and opens up about the graphic nature of the exorcism-centric series.
Creator Robert Kirkman, EP Chris Black and star Patrick Fugit discuss going beyond the comics and finding light in Kyle Barnes' darkness on Cinemax.
The Emmy winning actor says the show, based on Robert Kirkman and Paul Azaceta's demonic comic, will give audiences a genuine fright.
The series is adding alums from "The Office," "The Americans," "The Shield" and of course "Star Trek: The Next Generation."
Cinemax has released key art for the upcoming horror series, plus a photo variant of "Outcast" #1, featuring star Patrick Fugit.
Scott Snyder, Jock, Ray Fawkes, Jason Howard and more Image creators explained what makes a comic terrifying.