Here's a recap of some of the relevant news coming out of Image's Skybound panel. This isn't a complete recap, just the tidbits I found interesting:
- Chris Dingess and Matthew Roberts are working on a new series called Manifest Destiny, which features Lewis and Clark as "black op government agents" hunting exotic creatures, presumably of the supernatural variety.
- They talked a little more about Justin Jordan and Matteo Scalara's Dead Body Gone series, which we covered here.
- Ghosted is now an ongoing series.
- Davis Schulner's Clone is being developed into a TV show by NBC/Universal.
- No immediate plans for The Infinite or Image United. Image United might see another issue someday.
- Robert Kirkman is "very involved" with The Walking Dead show. He's in the writing room fulltime, as a matter of fact.
- Thief of Thieves TV show is also still in development, but no new news.
Full coverage of the panel can be found at Newsarama, which has been linked above.
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