The Walking Dead’s creator, Robert Kirkman, has revealed that he thinks the show could go well beyond the comics, which is to be expected.
AMC’s show has been going on for an unprecedented number of seasons already.
It’s now on its tenth season, and it doesn’t look like the show is going to slow down any time soon.
There aren’t just ten seasons of The Walking Dead to enjoy, but it also has two spinoff shows: Fear The Walking Dead and The Walking Dead: World Beyond.
There are also plans to make films set in The Walking Dead universe.
So, yeah. The Walking Dead isn’t ending any time soon.
However, the comics have ended, yet creator Robert Kirkman recently revealed that he believes the show will go beyond the comics.
The Walking Dead’s TV show could go beyond the comics
Kirkman recently did a Q&A with ComicBook.com, and this was when he revealed that he believes the show will go beyond the comics,
I will say that there’s a lot of implied story in the final issue, with the railroad meeting, and the colony to the West uniting with the colony to the East. There’s some general thoughts and notions that I have for that. If the television show ever gets to that point in the comic book series, and we decide to continue past that point, I’m kind of excited about the idea of telling a little bit more with older Eugene and Judge Michonne and the different things that were in the comic series that could have gone on, and we could have done more with. So that could be kind of neat.
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