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The Walking Dead Graphic Novels

Updated on October 3, 2014

The Walking Dead Graphic Novels by Robert Kirkman

The Walking Dead series by Robert Kirkman was another comic series published by Image comics. The comic books gained a quick underground following. Over time it it grew and blossomed into a Cable television show on AMC. "The Walking Dead" show exploded the fan base cult following to a full blown mainstream television phenomenon. The comic books that started it all are different from the television series. A lot of the same characters are in both the comics and the show, but some are not. The story lines are similar but not the same. So if you are a fan of the TV Show check out the Graphic novels (They collect the separate comic books into large volumes for easier reading.) The Art work is Fantastic and it is like watching the series all over a again in a different light.

The Walking Dead by Robert Kirkman Vol 17 and 18

Is this the end? No The Walking Dead series isn't finished yet.

You'll notice the Vol 18 has a different border. That's because it has yet to be released. It is supposed to hit shelves in June of 2013. However you can pre-order it here.

The Walking Dead by Robert Kirkman Vol 13-16

The popular Cable Television show "The Walking Dead" airs on AMC after the release of volume 13.

"Okay, it's pretty obvious what we're doing here, people. If it's dead - f*cking KILL IT"

Robert Kirkman, The Walking Dead, Vol. 14: No Way Out

The Walking Dead by Robert Kirkman Vol 9- 12

Artist Charlie Adlard took over for The Walking Dead after issue # 7

Volume ten delves deep into the minds of the characters, particularly Rick, Abraham and Dale

The Walking Dead by Robert Kirkman Vol 5 - 8

The Walking Dead starts to get noticed by more than just a cult following.

HUGE turning point in the story here, from volume 5 to volume 6 so much happens to change the groups dynamic at the prison.

The Walking Dead by Robert Kirkman Vol 1 - 4

Artist Tony Moore did the first 7 issues of The Walking Dead

Volume 4 picks up the snow globe that is the world of our survivors and shakes it really good.

Do you like "The Walking Dead"? - Who is your favorite character? Whats your favorite Volume or Issue?

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      The Last Renais 5 years ago

      I like Rick. I can really identify with just about every decision he makes. I'd be hard-pressed to name just one volume or issue as a favorite, but I do like the later volumes better, where the focus is more on the human enemy than the zombies.