The Walking Dead Creator Brings The Series To An End
At Comic-Con in San Diego this week, The Walking Dead maker Robert Kirkman told fans that he did, actually, have a closure worked out for the well-known zombie comic.
At Comic-Con in San Diego this week, The Walking Dead maker Robert Kirkman told fans that he did, actually, have a closure worked out for the well-known zombie comic. You may review that AMC has expressed before that the TV adjustment of The Walking Dead could keep running for twenty seasons or more, and that may, in any case, be the situation. Yet, in any event, the funnies themselves may have an end in locate.
Start To The Series
“When I initially began Walking Dead, I thought about the jail storyline,” Kirkman told fans at The Walking Dead board. “In this way, I realized that they would, in the end, live in a jail, I knew they would in the end experience the Governor, I knew there’d be some stuff that happens and I was working towards that.
A Planned Ending
By then, Kirkman had an end arranged out however he says he came to the heart of the matter where the ending ought to have occurred and chosen he wasn’t done yet.
About The Creator
Robert Kirkman (born November 30, 1978) is an American comic book writer best known for creating The Walking Dead and Invincible for Image Comics, in addition to writing Ultimate X-Men and Marvel Zombies for Marvel Comics.
A New Ending
Years later Kirkman settled on a new ending. He told the fans of The Breaking Bad that he has planned a new ending and has been working on it since then.