Cynthiana artists’ comic book story made into television series
By Ben Hyatt
Thursday, November 11, 2010 at 11:53 am
While most of America was out Halloween night filling their bags with candy, Tony Moore was at home with his wife and infant daughter watching AMC’s premier show of The Walking Dead.
Moore, a Cynthiana native and graduate from HCHS, began working on a comic book with former partner Robert Kirkman over three years ago.
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