The “Maniac” is an all-new series from author/publisher Brian K. Vaughan that will bring the legendary Marvel Comics character to a new audience! Writer Brian K. Vaughan (SAGA, VAMPIRELLA: FUTURES END) and artist Fiona Staples (ROGUE ONE, MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE, ANIMAL MAN) return to the pages of the hit series “The Walking Dead” and tell a story of what is going on inside an insane hospital. As the world goes to war on a massive scale, Rick Grimes’ group encounters a zombie-driven human population, leaving their group of survivors to take refuge inside an insane hospital. Written by Mike Hawthorne with art by Fiona Staples (FILLER MAN), the new series “Maniac” promises to be a unique and exciting entry into the world of the “Walking Dead.”
About “The Walking Dead.”
The Walking Dead, TV has been airing for 24 years. The show is the highest rated zombie drama on television. In addition, it is an American icon. With more than 7.8 million viewers, the last season of the show drew more total viewers than the whole of the 2012-2013 NBA Regular Season.
More importantly, the show is a critically acclaimed and commercially successful series that has gained a national following throughout the country. The series is a cornerstone of AMC’s success, and has served as a platform for other series not just based directly on the television show, but also produced by the network including hit series Mad Men and Breaking Bad.
The Series: “The Walking Dead” takes the action out of The Hillbilly’s home and places it in a grim and dangerous world. Rick and his companions, Daryl Ford (Norman Reedus), Woodbury resident Hershel (Andrew Lincoln) and Sasha (Norman Reedus), must journey far and wide to find a refuge for the group. But, what if this refuge doesn’t exist… is it possible that there are survivors hiding out in all this chaos as well? Fans will not want to miss “The Walking Dead’s” premiere on Sunday, October 12 at 9 pm on AMC (watch a trailer here).
About the Creators:
Brian K. Vaughan is a writer and illustrator born and raised in Montreal, Canada. A graduate of McGill University College of Art and Design and the University of Vermont, Brian K Vaughan has been writing professionally since early 2002, when he published two
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