Walking Dead mogul Robert Kirkman has transcended the zombie genre. The millionaire writer and third-most famous person ever born in Kentucky (after Muhammad Ali and Billy Ray Cyrus) said that he won’t be developing any zombie projects for Amazon at the Walking Dead’s New York Comic Con panel Saturday.
Kirkman recently signed an EXCLUSIVE first look deal to develop content for Amazon, shortly before filing a massive lawsuit against AMC along with other producers of The Walking Dead for reach of contract. Now that’s how you break up with someone! That being said, Kirkman did say that The Walking Dead will remain at AMC, and he reaffirmed that commitment at tonight’s panel.
Bleeding Cool ace television reporter Ray Flook is on the scene at the panel, sending us breaking news updates or potential clickbait article topics, but it’s up to you to decide which is which. Check back later for Ray’s full panel report.
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