He would spend a lot of time at cafes and parks. Cafes — to disappear behind a newspaper and pretend to be reading, when he would actually be eavesdropping; parks — to take walks, sometimes light jogs or watch people or simply to take in the open space. 284 more words
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By William Gosline
Like any true genius, Robert Kirkman ‘steals’. In his situation, not to do so would be foolish.
As the principal show-runner of one of the most popular programs on cable television, Kirkman has the considerable resources of the Entertainment industry at his disposal. 1,310 more words