June 14, 2007 15:10 ET

Fanboy TV to Feature "Walking Dead" Writer on Tonight's Live IPTV Broadcast

DALLAS, TX--(Marketwire - June 14, 2007) - Legendary writer Robert Kirkman will join "Fanboy," the IPTV show celebrating pop culture, comic books and everything in between. During the interview Kirkman will discuss his current works and upcoming projects Thursday, June 14, 2007, at 7 p.m. CDT at

For years, Kirkman has published and written books/comics many fans have grown to love. In 2000 Kirkman self-published his first book titled, "Out of Funk-O-Tron." Since then, Kirkman has written for some of the biggest titles in the industry, such as Image and Marvel. Kirkman has written "The Walking Dead" for Image Comics, as well as the popular mini series "Marvel Zombies." Kirkman is the creator and continuing writer of the comic series "Invincible" for Image, which has been slated by Paramount Pictures to be turned into a major motion picture, in which Kirkman will write the script. Some of Kirkman's other work includes "Fantastic Four: Foes, Jubilee, Ultimate X-men," "Marvel Team Up" and "Captain America." Kirkman is currently writing "Irredeemable Ant-man" and "The Astounding Wolfman."

Also featured on tonight's show will be Dallas artist Jack Ekiss. Ekiss has been drawing for the Web comic, "Space Gun" ( for three years. Currently Ekiss is working with "Space Gun" to create a comic book anthology using Texas-based talent. The book includes work from StumbleBum Studios and Evan Bryce. At the moment the book is more than 100 pages of comics and is approaching publication. Previews and information are available at .

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