• A band of survivors struggles to survive after an epidemic of apocalyptic proportions has swept the globe, causing the dead to rise and feed on the living.

  • Every kid wants superpowers. But not every kid's father is Omni-Man, the greatest superhero the world has ever known. When teenager Mark Grayson finally inherits his dad's abilities, though, he realizes life isn't getting any easier.

  • Thief of Thieves tells the story of Conrad Paulson, the world’s greatest thief, who has set his sights on his own kind. He vows to steal only what’s already been stolen, in an effort to right the great wrongs of his life.

  • Dr. Luke Taylor's perfect life comes to a dramatic halt when an identical, bloodied version of himself arrives at his doorstep with news that he is one of many clones... and they're all after his pregnant wife and their unborn child!

  • Jackson T. Winters is one of the greatest criminal masterminds to ever live...except he's rotting in jail after his last, doomed score. But when a filthy rich collector breaks him out, he's tasked with putting together an elite team of paranormal experts to do the impossible: Steal a ghost from a haunted house of horrors!

  • Manifest Destiny follows Meriwether Lewis and William Clark’s historic expedition across America, only things might not be quite like you remember from History class...

  • The bruising story of one man's revenge and the dark road he travels.

  • It's a sick world, and Dr. Vincent Morrow's here to treat it. Headhunted into an exciting new career in the black arts after his excommunication from the medical community, Morrow serves the world with both hands -- one in magic, one in medicine -- as earth's protector. Earth's Witch Doctor.

  • The Guardians of the Globe are BACK in an all-new, all-exciting ongoing series! Your favorite heroes - Brit, Outrun, Invincible, Robot, Yeti, Kaboomerang, and more -face new challenges of epic proportions in stories by the all-star team of Phil Hester & Todd Nauck!

  • The Evil Max Maximus wants to get to Inner-Earth! He wants the dinosaurs that live there! He wants the powerful DynOre mineral that originates there! SUPER DINOSAUR and DEREK DYNAMO are the only ones who can stop him!

  • Fight fire with fire. Fight evil with science! Collecting the never before reprinted Science Dog back-up story from INVINCIBLE #75, as well as the ALL-NEW full-length, never-before-seen conclusion of the story!

  • After the Rapture the sole protector of the sinning masses is BATTLE POPE, and his trusty sidekick, Jesus. They're the last line of defense in a world overrun with demons and depravity.

  • When Gary Hampton, corporate CEO, is mauled and left for dead following an attack by a wolf on a family vacation, his life takes a drastic turn! Gary is cursed -when the moon is full he transforms into a beast of the night - a werewolf!

  • Meet Brit, the government's last line of defense when it comes to the really messy parts of keeping the world safe. When super-powered menaces threaten our home soil, send in this one-man killing machine: He's indestructible, unstoppable, and eligible for a senior citizen's discount.

  • Freedom fighter Bowen has lost everything in the war against The Infinite. His only hope is to travel back in time to prevent their world domination before it starts! Bowen can't do this alone, he must turn to the only ally he knows he can trust: HIMSELF.

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New Skybounder!


Well I just got done telling you that Skybound is growing. Proof of that? We've decided to add yet another team member. Help us welcome Chris O'Brien, who will be helping us out on the Social Media side! Chris moved to LA from Rhode Island a couple years ago. When he's not slinging tweets, Chris acts and writes. He seems like a good kid, we'll see if the weight of The Escape and SDCC can crush him. 

For the time being Chris is focused primarily on the Escape (here's the Twitter, here's the Facebook) side of things, but he'll be helping out everywhere else (Skybound Twitter and Facebook, our main Walking Dead Twitter and Facebook, and the comments sections of our sites) as he gets time.


Skybound is Headed to the Movies!

Here's some awesome news we can finally share: Robert Kirkman is producing a sci fi movie under the Skybound banner! Air will be produced by Kirkman, David Alpert, Brian Kavanaugh-Jones, and Chris Ferguson, with a script from Christian Cantamessa and Chris Pasetto. Cantamessa will make his directing debut. 

And are you sitting down? Air is set to star Walking Dead fave Norman Reedus (who plays Daryl) and perennial badass Djimon Hounsou (Gladiator, Guardians of the Galaxy, Fast & Furious 7, two-time Oscar nominee).

So what's Air about? When Earth's atmosphere is all but destroyed, humanity's last hope is the personnel cryogenically frozen in an underground bunker. Reedus and Hounsou play the caretakers of the facility whose sanity is tested as they struggle to survive in the last bit of habitable space on Earth.

The Hollywood Reporter has more details!

Keep your eyes on this site and on our Twitter stream and we'll be bringing you all the latest!



Robert on Skybound's Latest

Sorry it took so long to get this up! I thought these files were lost when they killed the power mid-transfer at NYCC but I found duplicates! It's a miracle!

In this interview with Veronica Belmont (who helped us out in NYC, thanks Veronica!), Robert talks about Outcast, Manifest Destiny, Dead Body Road, what makes a Skybound title, where Skybound is headed, and more! 


Clone Yourself with Facebook

Skybound, the Image Comics imprint behind "The Walking Dead," "Invincible" and more, wants you to clone yourself.

In advance of the publisher's new comic book series "Clone," Skybound has teamed up with BaM (Bradley and Montgomery) to launch a Facebook app called "Become a Clone." In David Schulner and Juan Jose Ryp's "Clone," Doctor Luke Taylor discovers he's just one of many clones in the world — and the "Become a Clone" app will make you one of them, unlocking exclusive content from the comic book along the way.

The first issue of Skybound's new series hits stores on Wednesday (November 21).



Clone by creator/writer David Schulner, artist Juan Jose Ryp and colorist Felix Serrano

App begins today and comic book series debuts Wednesday

The Clone Facebook app created by Bradley and Montgomery (BaM) celebrates the release of Skybound's new comic book series Clone, debuting Wednesday, November 21st from Kirkman's Skybound imprint at Image Comics. BaM, the Los Angeles and Indianapolis-based idea agency, creates campaigns, apps, destinations, experiences, environments and other inventions for clients. This Monday, BaM debuts Skybound's "Become a Clone" Facebook app. In the series, written and created by David Schulner, illustrated by Juan Jose Ryp and colored by Felix Serrano, the hero, Dr. Luke Taylor, learns that he is one of many clones in the world. In "Become a Clone," fans can turn their Facebook identities into a Clone of Taylor. In return, they will be rewarded with exclusive Clone content. Fans are urged to share the app with their friends as the more clones that are created with the app worldwide will unlock even more exclusives. The highest reward is a sneak peak at Clone #2.

In Clone, Dr. Luke Taylor wakes up one day, overwhelmed by impending fatherhood, only to discover duplicate versions of himself have entered his life in terrifying ways -- and one of them just kidnapped his pregnant wife. Taylor must discover what these clones want from him and which, if any, can be trusted. This Wednesday, Clone joins the Skybound stable of inventive creator-owned comic series and best-selling graphic novels including the Eisner Award-winning The Walking Dead, Invincible, Super Dinosaur, Thief of Thieves, Guarding the Globe and Witch Doctor, which debuts Witch Doctor: Mal Practice on November 28th.

Schulner makes his comic book series debut with Clone, but is an experienced writer and showrunner for television (next up: Do No Harm). Bringing in accomplished comic book artist Juan Jose Ryp and Thief of Thieves' colorist Felix Serrano makes Clone a joint effort in excellence.




Robert Kirkman and David Schulner Talk Clone

Robert Kirkman and David Schulner talked with EW.com about CLONE. Check out the interview below.


What’s the difference between writing a comic and writing a TV show? Increasingly, not a whole lot, according to Robert Kirkman. The Walking Dead overlord knows of what he speaks being both the creator of the original comic and one of the scribes responsible for the AMC adaptation (which returns to our screens October 14). “Television has become more and more serialized,” says Kirkman. “It’s moved into much more of a model where there are important plot details that continue from episode to episode. That’s something which has been in comics so long — we’re getting to the point where the two mediums really go hand in hand.”

Kirkman is further testing that theory with Clone, the latest venture from Skybound, his Image Comics imprint. Due to hit stores November 14, the sci fi-meets-conspiracy thriller title details the adventures of one Dr. Luke Taylor whose preparations for fatherhood are interrupted when he discovers, as the title hints, that there are more than one of him running around. Clone is written by David Schulner, a TV vet whose credits include The Event and Kings but who is a newbie when it comes to penning comics.

Kirkman and Schulner discuss Clone below — where you’ll also find a preview of the comic’s first eight pages.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: How did Clone come about?
DAVID SCHULNER: Boy, let’s see… Um… How Clone came about…

EW: Already, I can tell you’re a master story teller!
DS: I’ll throw this to Robert! No, basically, I work in Hollywood, I write for television, and I brought this as a TV idea to the producers at Circle of Confusion (a management and production company), who are involved with Walking Dead and Robert. They said, “What do you think about turning it into a comic?” And I said, “If someone teaches me how to write comics, sure.” And they said, “Don’t worry about that part, just develop it how you would develop it for a television show.” Then, once I told people I’m writing comic books, they went, “Oh, I’m writing comic books too!” All my friends, I realized, who are writing for TV and writing for film, also do comic books or they do comic books and also write for TV and film. So it’s a whole community of writers that I am now proud to be a part of.

Could you set up the story?
DS: Sure. My wife was pregnant and all of a sudden you realize, “My identity is going to change.” I was going to become someone entirely different. And I thought, what if you started on some regular guy, who was going to be a father, his whole identity was going to change so he was already kind of questioning who he was, and then all of a sudden he heard footsteps outside and he saw a trail of blood, and he followed this trail of blood, and it led to a version of himself, a clone of himself clutching his gut, bleeding from a gunshot wound, saying “They’re coming for you, they’re coming for all of us.” And that’s how the story starts.

Robert, you must get pitched a lot of ideas. What attracted you about this one?
RK: David’s writing. It’s really tight and it has that element of the fantastic against the mundane. It’s about a new father whose dealing with the upcoming birth of his child and he has a lot of father issues himself — which we will be getting into in the series — but he’s also got this whole new world where he’s experiencing these clones and finding out a lot more about himself that he didn’t know before. It’s just a really cool concept. At Skybound we try to do a select few number of titles that we really feel are special and this is a really good example of the kind of original, unique material that we are looking for,

Any hiccups along the way?
DS: Any time I wrote something or tried to do something that was my idea of how a comic book should go, immediately Robert and David (Alpert, Circle of Confusion partner) were like, “That’s how you think comic books today are?”

Were you putting “KAPOW!!!” into fight sequences?
DS: Not even that. Any time I tried to simplify an emotional arc or simplify a plot point, they just said, “That’s too easy. Life is messier, relationships are messier, and the psychology is messier—and don’t shy away from that.” I was like, “Wow, I had no idea I could do that.”

Robert, why did you decide to pair David with Clone artist Juan Jose Ryp?
RK: I thought that, because David is somewhat new to the comic book format, it would be good to get somebody who is a bit of a seasoned pro and so we hooked him with Juan Jose Ryp, whom I had been watching for many many years. He had done a lot of really great books with a writer named Warren Ellis and had recently been doing some books at Marvel — he did a really cool Wolverine series there. I’ve got to say, when people see these pages, he’s really blowing the doors off.

David, while this may be the first comic you’ve written, I understand your family has some previous form in the industry.
Yeah, my first time at Comic Con, I guess 12 years ago, was for my grandfather (Jack Kamen), who was an illustrator at EC Comics. He did the graphics for the movie Creepshow and so I just grew up with that Creepshow poster in my house. [Laughs] People being mutilated by chainsaws and decapitated in graveyards and all those illustrations were always up in my grandfather’s house. So it was really emotional for me to go to Comic-Con with Skybound and be a part of that.

David, what’s going on with your new show Do No Harm?
We are in production in Philadelphia and we’re going to air Sunday nights at 10 on NBC after football. That is – this shows how limited I am as a writer [laughs] – that is basically an updated Jekyll and Hyde. It’s about a successful neurosurgeon with two different personalities who constantly are working against each other.

TV writers have to jump through so many hoops just to get to the pilot stage. Getting Clone off the ground must have been easier, right?
DS: I don’t know. Maybe it’s easy for other people. It wasn’t that easy for me. And especially not the first time. The bar has been set so high at Skybound. I felt a great deal of pressure to live up to that. I don’t know. Robert, does it get easier?
RK: Nope, never does. [Laughs]

For an 8 page preview, check out the link below.