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Rick Remender Reinvents "Venom"

In Marvel's press conference call with writer Rick Remender and editor Stephen Wacker on the upcoming "Venom" ongoing series illustrated by Tony Moore, the unscripted chat yielded the new Lethal Protector's identity and more.

Jason Aaron is joined by some of his comic book friends to illustrate the importance of having your own work space when you live a freelancer's life, be it a room in your house, an office park rental or something else.

Rick Remender's Military "Venom"

The writer behind Marvel's "Uncanny X-Force" relaunch talks to CBR about teaming with frequent partner Tony Moore for a para-military take on the Spider-Man monster and the mystery hero caught in the middle.

Kirkman Vs. "The Walking Dead," Part 2

CBR News talks further with creator and executive producer Robert Kirkman about the difficulties of killing television characters, rumors of behind-the-scenes problems and his own future with "The Walking Dead."

Remender, Moore Launch All-New "Venom"

Creators Rick Remender and Tony Moore will launch an ongoing "Venom" series for Marvel in March, 2011 featuring an all-new version of the character set to debut in "Amazing Spider-Man" #654.1.

Kirkman Vs. "The Walking Dead," Part 1

Comic book creator and executive producer Robert Kirkman spoke with CBR about his hit television series, the exhausting promotion process and deviations the show has taken from the original source material.

"Walking Dead" Numbers Rise

With its fifth episode, the AMC adaptation of Robert Kirkman and company's Image comic earns its highest ratings yet, bucking trends and possibly expectations to make "The Walking Dead" the hit of the year.

"Walking Dead" Ratings Remain Strong

With its fourth episode, AMC's adaptation of "The Walking Dead" showed a slight decline in overall numbers, but the show continues its stellar showing in a crowded cable landscape.

Augie discusses the difference between tension and shock and how "The Walking Dead" ends up on the right side of that line. Also, why does the Kirkman written series sell so well and why are we all to blame?

"Walking Dead" Rises In Ratings

With its third episode, AMC's adaptation of "The Walking Dead" showed a dramatic ratings boost, pointing the way towards a very favorable reception for Robert Kirkman and company's stories on the small screen.

The CBR Review: "The Walking Dead: Guts"

"Guts," the second episode of AMC's "The Walking Dead," introduces more of the ensemble cast and injects humor into the show, providing a more satisfying result for fans of the comic book and zombies in general.

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