Robert Kirkman quotes
American - Writer
I will say that Rick will probably die before the end of the book. I'll go ahead and put that in print. Nobody's safe. I've almost killed him three times already.
I want to spend my time exploring the characters we've already got here. I want to give them more time to shine before the team gets to have 400 members.
I write the way I write.
It's no secret that I love the Ultimate line.
Fights in real life between real people only last so long before someone gets seriously hurt.
Well, don't tell Steve Niles but I just don't think horror works in comics.
I will work on Invincible until I am made to quit.
It's nice to know that what you're doing is being read and enjoyed by a good deal of people.
I have things planned for every character like what they're doing down the road and coming to different realizations but I don't have how they overlap.
I definitely have character arcs in mind for each character unless I kill them.
I think Walking Dead is more of a stretch for me because I'm a light hearted superhero kind of guy.
If I'm grumpy I sure do enjoy writing The Walking Dead.
I make a lot more off the trades and Image than Marvel.
Last year I think I made more from my Image books than anywhere else.
I think Walking Dead is one of the friendliest new reader type books in that every time a new trade is shipped out, a new issue is shipped out at the same time.
The important information you need at the beginning of an issue. Like way they did the old Frank Miller Daredevil issues in the first five pages he always had to state his origins and how he got his powers.
I have trouble writing if I can't picture how things are going to look.
I know there are a lot of readers that think I've got a very crappy marriage just because of the things going on with Rick and Lori but there's really nothing that's been like a mirror. I'm just making this stuff up.
I'm all for selling books, but when guys are burning my house down, that's where I draw the line.
June 2005 is the five year anniversary of the debut of Battle Pope.
Well see, I'm a good enough writer that not everybody in my books talks exactly like I do.
I don't presume to think I'm great at anything.
I like good stories above all else... and kickin' art really goes the final stretch to ensure a comic is good.
Tech Jacket shares the same tone as Invincible, but the subject matter is very different. Where Invincible is about perfection, Tech Jacket is about flaws.
I'm only 24 so I like to think I'm still close enough to 17 to still remember what it was like. Besides, I could just fake it and get away with it... it's not like there are any teenagers that still read comics.