Robert Kirkman: The Transformers: The Movie, Army of Darkness, Speed Racer
Movies That Changed My Life
"The Walking Dead" creator Robert Kirkman joins Ian de Borja to talk about his new animated series "Invincible", killing off fan favorite characters, falling asleep to zombie films and the movies that changed his life.Hosted by Ian de BorjaFind additional content about Movies That Changed My Life at IMDb.com/podcasts.Follow IMDb on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube
The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman joins Sonja and Bley this week to dish on his new superhero series, Invincible. He shares what it was like to work with Luke Skywalker himself, Mark Hamill, and vents about that time he rage quit Chrono Trigger. Plus Bley and Sonja talk about the best video game soundtracks of all time.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Robert Kirkman is back on the podcast! Right out of the gate there is much talk about 1986's animated classic "The Transformers: The Movie" and how it actually influenced The Walking Dead. On the topic of TWD, Kirkman shares his original (but unused) ending for the comics. Also, whatever happened to waterbeds? They have theories! Robert’s brand new show "Invincible"--based on another of his bestselling comics--stars Steven Yeun and is now available to watch on Amazon!
Special Episode: Robert Kirkman and the Invincible Show
The Invincible Podcast
Robert Kirkman returns to The Invincible Podcast for this special episode leading up the release of Amazon Prime Video's Invincible animated series. We cover what it's been like building the show for release and ask the most requested questions from our listeners. Thanks to Amazon Prime Video for orchestrating this interview and to Robert Kirkman for his time!Outro Music:Sourdough by Wyatt Layne@wyatt-layneSpotify, Apple Music, SoundcloudEmail: TheInvinciblePodcast@Gmail.comTwitter: twitter.com/InvincibleCast TheInvinciblePodcast.comFacebook: www.facebook.com/Invinciblepodcast/YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCXPRK7LdY0phUt3TNqkmyLAArt by: Ryan Ottley & Jeremiah SkipperIntro Music by: 8-Bit Ninjas
No creator has impacted the last 20 years of comic books more than acclaimed author Robert Kirkman. Bursting on the scene with Invincible and The Walking Dead, he quickly established a singular voice that has carried his vision well beyond our local comic shops and into the upper echelons of pop culture. The Walking Dead is a phenomenon with hundreds of hours of television on AMC, his celebrated Invincible series is set to debut as an animated series on Amazon in 2021. Rob and Robert let it rip in a candid and rousing exchange for our double sized 50th episode anniversary!
We're finally living in a post-NEW MUTANTS world, and to celebrate, Trev has decided to be nice and let Joe lead a deep dive into - to date - the ONLY solo title starring one of his favorite X-Men characters. So we're taking a look at 2004's "Jubilee," written by Robert Kirkman of THE WALKING DEAD and MARVEL ZOMBIES fame. In this superheroic take on teen high school dramedies, Jubilee moves in with her mysterious aunt in Los Angeles, and tries to deal with the everyday routine of being a normal high school student. Did Kirkman create a necessary piece of Jubilee canon here? We discuss this, and more...including Tye Sheridan's recent comments about an eventual Cyclops recasting, and what the upcoming THE BOYS spin-off series on Amazon has to do with the X-Men! facebook.com/daysoffuturepodcast Twitter & Instagram: @dofpodcast
Off Panel #263: Clementine Lives with Robert Kirkman
Off Panel: A Comics Interview Podcast
In this week's episode of Off Panel, writer Robert Kirkman returns to the show to chat about Fire Power and Negan Lives. Kirkman discusses the story of Fire Power, working Chris Samnee, its first idea, the pressure of the Walking Dead, balancing his workload, his love of experimentation, what he's learned from it, why Negan Lives happened, how it came together, The Walking Dead's ending, format impacting story, how his own fandom impacts his comics, how the pandemic is affecting his thinking on comics, and more.
The Robert Kirkman (Walking Dead) Shoot Interview!
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Robert Kirkman made some great Zombies in Walking Dead. But this time we read his entry into super heroes with Invincible. But does it resonate with interesting characters like his other works? Listen now to find out Let us know what you think: Twitter @comictradespod Facebook Comic Trades Monthly Podcast Or email us firstname.lastname@example.org