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For questions about Robert Kirkman, creator and writer of "The Walking Dead" comic books and novels, executive producer on AMC's television shows "The Walking Dead" and "Fear the Walking Dead".

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What happened between Monster Girl and Robot?

In Robert Kirkman's Invincible universe, the characters Robot (Rex) and Monster Girl (Amanda) go through a portal to the Flaxan's dimension during a battle (in issue 71, if I recall correctly). ...
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What comics share a universe with Invincible?

In the letters page of a recent issue of Super Dinosaur, Robert Kirkman (or possible Sina Grace) stated the idea that Super Dinosaur is in it's own universe as much as The Walking Dead is (in ...
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Is the zombie-to-human ratio ever mentioned in-universe in The Walking Dead?

After wondering about the issue for 5 years, yesterday I came across an apparently canonical statement about how many humans are still alive in The Walking Dead universe. The promotional blurb for the ...
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Why did Charlie Adlard replace Tony Moore?

Robert Kirkman has always written the Walking Dead comics, but the series has had two different artists doing the penciling. For the first six issues, Tony Moore did all the pencil work; from issue ...
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Has Robert Kirkman ever commented on whether humans can safely consume zombie meat? [duplicate]

I want to know if there's word of god to be had here. What I did find is close, but not quite definitive: Animals can eat zombies Animals can drink zombie-contaminated water Kirkman says people can ...
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Has anyone revealed why the word "zombie" is used in the comics, but not on the show(s)?

In The Walking Dead comics, the word "zombie" wasn't used at first, but fairly early in the series, it was introduced. Rick initially thought it was too silly to mention, but eventually ...
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Have the producers of The Walking Dead acknowledged that the logo is supposed to be decaying?

This picture has been floating around the interwebs, along with claims that the idea was to create a sense of increasing decay in the show's logo: Season 6 However, the logo seems to have become more ...