Who draws The Walking Dead?
The Walking Dead (comic book)
|The Walking Dead|
|Created by||Robert Kirkman and Tony Moore|
|Written by||Robert Kirkman|
|Artist(s)||Tony Moore (#1–6) Charlie Adlard (#7–193)|
|Penciller(s)||Tony Moore (#1–6) Charlie Adlard (#7–193)|
Why did The Walking Dead change artist?
Changing illustrator In an interview, Kirkman stated: “My dream artist is Charlie Adlard, really. Tony drew the first six issues [of The Walking Dead] and the first 24 covers. “Tony was getting other offers on other books with looser deadlines and so it was decided that he would move on and just do covers.
Did Image Comics make The Walking Dead?
The zombie-filled world of The Walking Dead is expanding into an all new series from Image Comics and Skybound Entertainment with Clementine Book One! The universe of The Walking Dead is about to expand as Image Comics and Skybound Entertainment launch an all new spin-off series with Clementine Book One.
Why was The Walking Dead book banned?
Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard (Image Comics, 2003) At the end of the 2019 school year, the Wallace School District in Silverton, Idaho, banned The Walking Dead over concerns about “graphic imagery.” A former teacher opened an investigation into the series, and a review committee was formed to examine the books.
What happened between Robert Kirkman and Tony Moore?
On February 9, 2012, Moore filed a lawsuit alleging that in 2005, Kirkman deceitfully engineered him into surrendering his rights to The Walking Dead comic book and eventual TV series in exchange for payments that never materialized.
Why was the book smile banned?
Raina Telgemeier is a celebrated Eisner Award-winning author of two previous graphic novels, Smile and Sisters. But her 2012 book Drama lives up to its name in some U.S. school districts. Schools cited the book’s LGBT characters as a reason for the ban.