Walking Dead comics has come to an end. No pretty way to say it. The epic 16-year run comes to a close as Robert Kirkman’s The Walking Dead comic book series final issue 193 came out this week.
The issue [SPOILER-ish] jumps a decade into the future to reveal Carl as an adult, married to Sophia and with child.
And with the Walking Dead coming to an end, you would think creator Robert Kirkman would have not much to do. You would be wrong, as the head of Skybound, he is still overlooking ongoing titles like Die! Die! Die! (co-created alongside The Walking Dead chief creative officer Scott M. Gimple), Oblivion Song and Outcast.
On the feature film side of things, Kirkman has a first-look deal with Universal Pictures and has a live-action take on Invincibleset up for the big screen with Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg (Preacher) attached to write, direct and produce. Kirkman’s Skybound will also produce. (Invincible was Kirkman’s second-longest running comic behind The Walking Dead.) Kirkman’s Oblivion Song comic is also in the works as a feature film at Universal.