Roughly six months after suing former collaborator (and childhood friend) Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore is now approaching a federal court in hopes of legally declaring himself a co-author of “The Walking Dead”, a comic book series that has blossomed into a wildly successful franchise since its 2003 debut. In addition to “The Walking Dead” co-authorship, Moore is also looking to be compensated for several other comic-book properties that he worked on with Kirkman, including “Battle Pope,” “Brit” and two other potential comic book series titled “Dead Planet” and “My Name Is Abraham.” 
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Roughly six months after suing former collaborator (and childhood friend) Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore is now approaching a federal court in hopes of legally declaring himself a co-author of “The Walking Dead”, a comic book series that has blossomed into a wildly successful franchise since its 2003 debut. In addition to “The Walking Dead” co-authorship, Moore is also looking to be compensated for several other comic-book properties that he worked on with Kirkman, including “Battle Pope,” “Brit” and two other potential comic book series titled “Dead Planet” and “My Name Is Abraham.”

(Source: geekrest.com)

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