The Walking Dead Comic book series is roaring back to life almost exactly one year after it ended. if only for a moment. creator Robert Kirkman has been announced a Negan Lives comic book spin-off. Exactly a year after it will be Came to an end, Kirkman and Charlie Adlard’s Zombie apocalypse comic book series is being brought back to life if only for a one-off.
Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard’s long-running zombie apocalypse series, which will be ended in July 2019 with a super-sized surprise finale, is set to continue in the form of yet another surprise issue: Negan Lives #1, a 36-page one-shot will be centering on the titular baseball-bat wielding antihero, played in the AMC television adaption by the Jeffrey Dean Morgan.
Kirkman is previously will be hinted at the idea of a Negan spin-off, telling fans at the San Diego Comic-Con in 2019. Negan is alive. I think that’s a cool tidbit. He’s still out there, theoretically be living in that farmhouse. There might be a story to be told there, It’s been a possibility that’s my escape hatch if my career takes a nosedive when I’m 42. The jokes are I’m nearly 42.
Kirkman revealed to The Hollywood Reporter that this movie is an effort to support comic book stores in the wake of the pandemic affecting business, saying: You can see the unveiled cover of the Negan Lives in the gallery above which will capture the former Salvor smirking at the camera with blood splattered across his face. In the last appeared issue of the finale comic, which would be jumped several decades into the future. The redeemed villain was be revealed to be living a lonely, but somewhat content, life in Springhaven.