In this 2016 file photo, comic book writer Robert Kirkman (right) and artist Tony Moore stand in front of the city welcome sign that includes their names before the opening of The Walking Dead Day in downtown Cynthiana. Kirkman is now developing shows for Amazon’s streaming service.
In this 2016 file photo, comic book writer Robert Kirkman (right) and artist Tony Moore stand in front of the city welcome sign that includes their names before the opening of The Walking Dead Day in downtown Cynthiana. Kirkman is now developing shows for Amazon’s streaming service. Sarah Pompeii spompeii@herald-leader.com
In this 2016 file photo, comic book writer Robert Kirkman (right) and artist Tony Moore stand in front of the city welcome sign that includes their names before the opening of The Walking Dead Day in downtown Cynthiana. Kirkman is now developing shows for Amazon’s streaming service. Sarah Pompeii spompeii@herald-leader.com

‘Walking Dead’ creator Robert Kirkman moves from AMC to Amazon

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