The "Sons of Anarchy" creator digs into his new sci-fi/fantasy series from BOOM! that originated as a TV property.
Sebela discusses working with the "Walking Dead" co-creator on the horror series, and how it leverages real-world fear to tell a compelling story.
The "Walking Dead" creator insists he didn't intend to be critical of the "Game of Thrones" author, saying the HBO drama is his favorite show.
Robert Kirkman and AMC's case against a New Jersey restaurant's use of "Walking Dead" may have just gotten a lot harder to make.
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.
Kirkman also recalled the time he witnessed an exorcism, discussed whether or not he has planned out the end of the comic book series and more.
The new Storm actress says Halle Berry never got back to her with advice, Geoff Johns makes a splash on "Seth Meyers" and more.
Executive producer Robert Kirkman compares his two horror dramas and gives his new Cinemax show the scary superlative.
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.
AMC has ordered six one-hour episodes of the new docu-series from Robert Kirkman and David Alpert ("The Walking Dead").
Christopher Sebela & Niko Walter will team for "Demonic," based on a concept originally introduced in 2010 by Robert Kirkman & Marc Silvestri.
The long-running parody series will team up with Robert Kirkman and Scott Gimple to send up the hit zombie drama.
Robert Kirkman shares his thoughts on whether or not AMC's "The Walking Dead" will catch up to or surpass the comic book timeline.
Robert Kirkman assures viewers "we weren't trying to game the audience" with Negan's debut, and promises a surprise fans "won't see coming."
Although it's still early, AMC's zombie spinoff is already separating itself from its parent show with isolated conflict and a high-seas setting.
Showrunner Dave Erickson and franchise executive producer Gale Anne Hurd weigh in on the road ahead in season two of the hit spinoff series.
Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard's 48-page "Here's Negan" story will explore Negan's previously unknown background.