The Walking Dead AMC television show is days away from its premiere on the appropriately spooky date of October 31, and by all appearances is a faithful take on its source material, the long-running zombie comic by writer Robert Kirkman and artist Charlie Adlard. On the cusp of the small screen premiere, Kirkman talked to ComicsAlliance about watching his creation come to (undead) life, why the television show will hold surprises even for devoted fans of the comic, and how the hero of his comic could someday turn out to be the villain. He also delved into two hot topics within the industry, digital and comics pricing, explaining why he believes in simultaneous print and digital releases, and why 20 pages is plenty to tell a good story in comics.
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