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The Walking Dead is a monthly black-and-white comic book chronicling the travels of the survivors of a zombie apocalypse.


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The Walking Dead is a monthly black-and-white comic book chronicling the travels of the survivors of a zombie apocalypse.

30 review for The Walking Dead

  1. 5 out of 5

    Alex ☣ Deranged KittyCat ☣

    There you go. I read the first issue. I also saw the first episode of the TV series, and that's about it. I have no further knowledge of The Walking Dead, but I felt for a long time now the need to see what all the hype was about. I like the art even if it's a little different from what I'm used to. We shall see. There you go. I read the first issue. I also saw the first episode of the TV series, and that's about it. I have no further knowledge of The Walking Dead, but I felt for a long time now the need to see what all the hype was about. I like the art even if it's a little different from what I'm used to. We shall see.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Stacia (the 2010 club)

    Yes, I am one of those lame people who watched the show before picking up the comic. Apparently, I wasn't cool enough to realize that this world existed before AMC introduced me to it. Well that, and I can honestly say that I'm fairly new to this whole world of graphic novels, comics and manga. I'm pretty sure that my love of Archie comics as a child (TEAM BETTY!) doesn't count. This review will have some pics because I want to show what's going on in the book. Not gonna lie...I find show Rick to Yes, I am one of those lame people who watched the show before picking up the comic. Apparently, I wasn't cool enough to realize that this world existed before AMC introduced me to it. Well that, and I can honestly say that I'm fairly new to this whole world of graphic novels, comics and manga. I'm pretty sure that my love of Archie comics as a child (TEAM BETTY!) doesn't count. This review will have some pics because I want to show what's going on in the book. Not gonna lie...I find show Rick to be sexier than comic book Rick. I'm sure you find it strange that I'd even think to assess the hotness of a comic book character but I can't help it now that Dimitri Belikov has set the bar high on my pixel fantasies. Yes, I would tap that - paper or not. Come to me, Dimka. *shakes myself back to reality* Where were we? Oh yes, Walking Dead. I had more fun than I'd been expecting. Comic Rick seems to more "everyday" than his t.v. show counterpart. I kind of liked that. He's just an average suburbia joe waking up to this shithole of a world. Oh, and he rides a bike! I don't know why, but this made me giggle incessantly for at least a minute. And is it just me, or did I notice Rick wiping away what appeared to be TEARS on more than one occasion? Show Rick doesn't cry THAT MUCH! No, I'm not counting a certain recent incident where he was ugly-facing it up on the ground over something that should have made him dance in the blood of freshly slain zombies! I think I'm going to have to read the next comic now to see if Rick cries any more. Okay, well also for the zombies. [image error] *comic spoiler ahead that was not mentioned on the show!* (view spoiler)[So I heard Andrea and Dale were hooking up in the comics? Because there was none of that going on in the show. (hide spoiler)] Thank goodness. I might have felt a little queasy if I'd seen any such nonsense! Anyway, two mangled thumbs up! If you're a fan of The Walking Dead but not really into comics/manga, might I suggest a regular (non-picture) book which features a story that could be straight out of a WD episode? ---> The First Days <---- Awesome fun w/a little bit of adult romance in it for people who wouldn't mind a little sexy time along with their gore and zombie killing.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Mindy (Naughty Book Snitch)

    Free as of 9/22/19 Umm. Ok. Im not a fan of the show but this was free so I thought I would give it a try. I liked it better than the show because it didn't take an hour to read it. Free as of 9/22/19 Umm. Ok. Im not a fan of the show but this was free so I thought I would give it a try. I liked it better than the show because it didn't take an hour to read it.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Hayat

    ***This short graphic novel is free on Kindle*** I wasn't interested in The Walking Dead graphic novels until I began binge watching The Walking Dead TV series with my son as a way to get over a bad case of the flue (I've been pretty sick for two week and wanted a bit of escapism) and also my son wanted to try out this show because his friends loved it so much. That was few days ago and we just finished watching the second season and I can honestly say, the show is brilliant, the plot is addictiv ***This short graphic novel is free on Kindle*** I wasn't interested in The Walking Dead graphic novels until I began binge watching The Walking Dead TV series with my son as a way to get over a bad case of the flue (I've been pretty sick for two week and wanted a bit of escapism) and also my son wanted to try out this show because his friends loved it so much. That was few days ago and we just finished watching the second season and I can honestly say, the show is brilliant, the plot is addictive and the character development and relationship drama is fascinating. I'm getting attached to some of the characters and that makes me nervous because there are sudden twists in the storyline, things go wrong fast, characters die at each turn making it difficult to know who'll make it to the end of each episode and each season. The TV show is full of nail-biting drama and action but it also made me curious about the graphic novels that inspired it, so I decided to try reading this short free graphic book...this is my first comic/graphic novel ever! This Graphic Novels is free on Amazon and it's a great introduction to The Walking Dead comic/graphic novels and the TV show. It covers only the first day when Rick Grimes (Sheriff from small town in Kentucky) wakes up from Coma in hospital ... Rick finds that the world has gone to hell, the dead are walking and trying to eat the living Somehow he has to find his wife and son but in the meantime he needs to learn to survive in this new world. This book sets the scene for all the drama to come and it also adds a hopeful optimistic note in the form of Rick's new neighbour Morgan Jones and his little son. So far, the adaption from comic to TV is pretty accurate but I'm sure there'll be differences that add to the enjoyment of the plot, world building and characters in each comic and I can't wait to enjoy all that and see my favourite TV show from a new angle and also learn to enjoy reading from a new medium. I've already got The Walking Dead, Book One full of twelve volumes and I can't wait to immerse myself in The Walking Dead graphic novel whilst watching season three of the TV show.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Steven

    Moderately entertaining.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Joel

    I will start saying that I'm not a fan of the tv series. I read this issue because it was for free on Amazon books. However I enjoyed this short-read. The Best: The illustrations are very good. (specially the zombies' illustrations) The Worst: The short story itself. Sorry psycho-fans. I'm just honest. I will start saying that I'm not a fan of the tv series. I read this issue because it was for free on Amazon books. However I enjoyed this short-read. The Best: The illustrations are very good. (specially the zombies' illustrations) The Worst: The short story itself. Sorry psycho-fans. I'm just honest.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Cathy

    At first I was a bit confused, because Rick doesn't look like Rick. And then I wanted to smack myself, because the comic came before the TV series, correct? I really like the black-white-and-grey pencil work. Minimalistic, but great in telling the story. Very good artwork. At first I was a bit confused, because Rick doesn't look like Rick. And then I wanted to smack myself, because the comic came before the TV series, correct? I really like the black-white-and-grey pencil work. Minimalistic, but great in telling the story. Very good artwork.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Chantal

    Always wanted to read the comic of the walking dead and now I have it. It is nice to see some similarities with the series, not all but some. I liked how it is drawn. The issues are not too long. Makes me wonder about issue 2.

  9. 5 out of 5

    ᴥ Irena ᴥ

    2.5 Of course I've seen the TV episode first. This short is not bad as an attention grabber, but only if you have the next too. On its own, it's an okay starter to the series. I think I am the only person alive who isn't that much of a fan of the series (the TV series). This may as well be the way to get into it. 2.5 Of course I've seen the TV episode first. This short is not bad as an attention grabber, but only if you have the next too. On its own, it's an okay starter to the series. I think I am the only person alive who isn't that much of a fan of the series (the TV series). This may as well be the way to get into it.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Sara

    This is free on kindle! As someone who used to love The Walking Dead TV show it was nice to go back and see where it all started!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Dustin

    I owe a great deal of gratitude to Stepheny Zimmerman, for convincing me to try this in the first place, eons ago. Most likely, I probably wouldn't have ever tried it, let alone enjoyed it. Thank you, buddy. Now, having watched The Walking Dead a number of times, I thought I knew what to expect, and I was both right and wrong. On the one handle, the comprising twenty-six black and gray pages are nearly identical to the pilot episode. On the other, there seems to be more heart and soul here; mor I owe a great deal of gratitude to Stepheny Zimmerman, for convincing me to try this in the first place, eons ago. Most likely, I probably wouldn't have ever tried it, let alone enjoyed it. Thank you, buddy. Now, having watched The Walking Dead a number of times, I thought I knew what to expect, and I was both right and wrong. On the one handle, the comprising twenty-six black and gray pages are nearly identical to the pilot episode. On the other, there seems to be more heart and soul here; more anticipation. One of the series' recurring themes-humanity itself--takes center stage, superimposing the carnage of the walking dead themselves. Another striking element is the artwork, a lot of which blew my mind and will haunt me forever. Seeing the characters made me realize just how SPOT-ON the show's cast truly is. Andrew Lincoln and Lennie James fully personify them as seen here. I can barely process it. Said artwork of Robert Kirkman and Co. crept up on me, too. I can't emphasize this enough because the first few pages underwhelmed me, but before long, I had passed the halfway point and nearly every panel impressed me in some way or another. I cannot describe the feelings better than that. Looking back on page one, there's some disconnect, as the two look and feel almost like polar opposites of one another. It was neat to see it all unfold in another medium. It felt akin to magic to behold the immaculate likenesses of Rick, Morgan, and little Duane. Seeing them in general was spectacular, and I greatly anticipate reading this series, which I love even more now. I never it was possible to love and admire the hard work and dedication more than I already did, but somehow I do, and that's a powerful thing. Now I just really, really need the the next issue, and the next, ad infinitum.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Cheryl

    So, this was one of a few freebie graphic novels that I downloaded from Kindle to introduce myself to them and get a feel as to what makes a quality one. Most people are acquainted with The Walking Dead, and as I started reading this I thought "Whoa! This is exactly like the TV series. What's the point in the rehash?" And there my complete ignorance showed. After skimming through more than a few reviews I quickly realised that the TV series was actually based on this set of graphic novels! That m So, this was one of a few freebie graphic novels that I downloaded from Kindle to introduce myself to them and get a feel as to what makes a quality one. Most people are acquainted with The Walking Dead, and as I started reading this I thought "Whoa! This is exactly like the TV series. What's the point in the rehash?" And there my complete ignorance showed. After skimming through more than a few reviews I quickly realised that the TV series was actually based on this set of graphic novels! That makes the work on this novel stupendous alone. The story is EPIC and the artwork just blows your mind. I found it styled very much like old school comics with the drawings done in greyscale and with SO MUCH detail that you can't help but sit there and drink it all in. The artwork on the zombies and facial reactions of the humans reminded me of the days I would sit down as a kid and read my Gruesome Tales comics in the 70's & early 80's. I've only seen one and a half seasons of TWD and after reading this I've decided to read the "book" first. They're always so much better don't you think? Highly Recommended.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    Having watched the last episode in the new series on the television, I was getting major withdrawal symptoms at having to wait another six months before the next new series. So, it hit me that I should give the books/comics a go in the meantime. I was a bit dubious as I have a kindle paperwhite and had no idea if a comic style book would be any good on it and even more worryingly, am I to old for comics? I didn't have to worry though. This is one set of comic books that definitely is for adults on Having watched the last episode in the new series on the television, I was getting major withdrawal symptoms at having to wait another six months before the next new series. So, it hit me that I should give the books/comics a go in the meantime. I was a bit dubious as I have a kindle paperwhite and had no idea if a comic style book would be any good on it and even more worryingly, am I to old for comics? I didn't have to worry though. This is one set of comic books that definitely is for adults only. I loved comics as a child and it took me no time to get back into them. Obviously having watched the series first, there is going to be a lot of differences in the comics that the show is based on. To be fair though this issue is very similar though obviously a lot shorter with it being a comic. Highly enjoyable though and can't wait to read more.

  14. 5 out of 5

    محمد عادل

    I'v been a "walking dead" fan since I was a kid! I'v been a "walking dead" fan since I was a kid!

  15. 5 out of 5

    ♥ Marlene♥

    My first adult comic reading on a kindle. Back in my punky days when I lived in Amsterdam I remember that near the dam square there was a comic shop. I think it must have been of of the first where you could only buy comics. For me when I thought of comics Suske en Wiske, (also named Willy & Wanda, Bob & Bobette an Asterix came to mind. So when I wandered in that shop I could not believe it. There were all kinds of comics. Science Fiction, Sexy, violent and many very well drawn adult comics. I di My first adult comic reading on a kindle. Back in my punky days when I lived in Amsterdam I remember that near the dam square there was a comic shop. I think it must have been of of the first where you could only buy comics. For me when I thought of comics Suske en Wiske, (also named Willy & Wanda, Bob & Bobette an Asterix came to mind. So when I wandered in that shop I could not believe it. There were all kinds of comics. Science Fiction, Sexy, violent and many very well drawn adult comics. I did buy some on occasions. I wish I could remember which ones I loved and no idea how to find. I tried searching for comics seventies and eighties.(did not work) There was Storm. I liked that but there were other ones. Anyway I enjoyed the drawings of this issue. Story has yet to evolve.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Rush

    This is my first adventure in comic land. I know, I know, someone needs to revoke my nerd card. But, I wasn't sure I would like it. I don't really care for illustrations in my reading. It takes away from my imagination of the situations I'm reading about. But, I'm a The Walking Dead fanatic. From the show to the games, I just love it. So, I figured I would go to where it all began, the comics and guess, what? I liked it. It's something new and different but enjoyable. So give me my nerd card bac This is my first adventure in comic land. I know, I know, someone needs to revoke my nerd card. But, I wasn't sure I would like it. I don't really care for illustrations in my reading. It takes away from my imagination of the situations I'm reading about. But, I'm a The Walking Dead fanatic. From the show to the games, I just love it. So, I figured I would go to where it all began, the comics and guess, what? I liked it. It's something new and different but enjoyable. So give me my nerd card back because I'm off to binge read all these things.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Kim

    I am a HUGE fan/ Obsessed fan of the show Walking Dead and I have wanted to start reading the comics for a long time!!! However I am having a hard time finding them! My library was like.. What is Walking Dead? wtf really? **slap**. I found issue one online. So it looks like I am headed to Barnes real soon here.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Denisa C

    Since this is also in romanian, I will start, in the near future, to colect them. They are cheap, so good for me. Really curious of how this is going to continue, I have to mention I am clueless to the TV show, have not watch it.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Tyreese

    SO GOOD! This was a great refresher to the TV show! I loved to art style and the characters! Highly recommend!!!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Joseph Inzirillo

    Fantastic. Just as I had hoped.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Darlene

    Go here https://www.goodreads.com/review/show… to see my overall review of this first book (paperback). But I wanted to give my two cents on the Kindle version which I read right after the paper version. I know there is a generation that at this moment thinks this is a chintzy way to read a comic book. They will change their minds when they have weak eyes like mine. It took me two days to get through the paperback. The font so light and thinned lined. My eyes hurt. I am in love with the Kindle ver Go here https://www.goodreads.com/review/show… to see my overall review of this first book (paperback). But I wanted to give my two cents on the Kindle version which I read right after the paper version. I know there is a generation that at this moment thinks this is a chintzy way to read a comic book. They will change their minds when they have weak eyes like mine. It took me two days to get through the paperback. The font so light and thinned lined. My eyes hurt. I am in love with the Kindle version!!!!! <–enough exclamation marks? Frame by frame and moving my just the tap of a finger I could read it in an hour! And another tap and you can make the frame larger to see every inch of detail. As my son and I start collecting the paper versions for him, I’m gathering the Kindles for my eyes. I can’t wait for payday!

  22. 4 out of 5

    TamaraT

    A friend gave me this comic eince she knows that I liked watching the show. As for the comic though...it was ok I guess. I can't help but compare it to the first episode of the series and the comic was actually more tame. An ok read but if I'd read this without having seen the show I wouldn't have picked up the next one in this series. A friend gave me this comic eince she knows that I liked watching the show. As for the comic though...it was ok I guess. I can't help but compare it to the first episode of the series and the comic was actually more tame. An ok read but if I'd read this without having seen the show I wouldn't have picked up the next one in this series.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Anna

    My first ever comic book and I loved it! I did not think I would have enjoyed it as much as I did. Even though I watch the show, I was still into the story line. Absolutely recommend this to all fans of the TV show.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Holly

    Love the Walking Dead! The comics are great and it's fun to compare them to the show. Love the Walking Dead! The comics are great and it's fun to compare them to the show.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Sven

    A slow start for a serie that is know by a lot off people. For the moment am i a bigger fan from the tv serie.

  26. 5 out of 5

    ItsSyryus

    Same as the movie until now.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Darlene I read WAY to many books

    I enjoyed somewhat of the show but i wanted to see how the comics were. I feel like rick has more emotion in this lol. Idk if ill keep reading on.. but its okay..

  28. 5 out of 5

    stefania

    very different from the first episode on the tv series.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Annie

    Despite all the TV hype, I have not watched any of the Walking Dead episodes. I came across this free Kindle copy on Amazon and thought that I'd have a read. This is definitely an adult comic given the nature of the storyline. Policeman, Rick Grimes wakes up to find himself in hospital. The place appears very strange and deserted, so he decides to see if he can find anyone. He arrives at a set of double doors that have been shut with a metal bar through the handle, so he decides to remove the ba Despite all the TV hype, I have not watched any of the Walking Dead episodes. I came across this free Kindle copy on Amazon and thought that I'd have a read. This is definitely an adult comic given the nature of the storyline. Policeman, Rick Grimes wakes up to find himself in hospital. The place appears very strange and deserted, so he decides to see if he can find anyone. He arrives at a set of double doors that have been shut with a metal bar through the handle, so he decides to remove the bar, opens the door and looks inside. To his shock horror he sees a room full of zombies. One of the zombies tries to grab Rick, so Rick runs for his life and flees the hospital. He makes his way to his home, but he finds the place deserted. After going outside to try and decide what to do next, he is suddenly hit over the head and knocked unconscious. When he awakes, he finds himself in the company of Morgan Jones and Duane, Morgan's son. Morgan tells Rick that many people went to the city for protection. Rick decides that his family must have gone to the city of Atlanta and he must make his way to the city to find them. Rick, Morgan and Duane head for the police station. Once there, they arm themselves with guns, bullets etc., and Rick puts on his spare uniform that was in his locker. Rick gives Morgan the keys to a police car, telling him that the car will be far more reliable than his current one. Rick gets into one of the other police cars and they drive off in separate directions, with Rick heading towards Atlanta. This is a short 32 page comic, #1 in series of 50. The illustrations were great, especially the close ups of the zombie figures. I enjoyed reading this and would definitely prefer to read the comics before watching the TV series.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Joseph Gagnon

    I have just finished the first issue. Honestly, I've been avoiding the TV show, because it looks like just another zombie story. I feel like I already know what I am in for. However, I have been getting into comic books lately. Thusly, I have decided to give these comics a chance. I still probably won't watch the show. I hear the comics are way better anyway. Rick seems like a nice, tough dude. We're getting off to your classic zombie apocalypse start. The protagonist doesn't know what's going on I have just finished the first issue. Honestly, I've been avoiding the TV show, because it looks like just another zombie story. I feel like I already know what I am in for. However, I have been getting into comic books lately. Thusly, I have decided to give these comics a chance. I still probably won't watch the show. I hear the comics are way better anyway. Rick seems like a nice, tough dude. We're getting off to your classic zombie apocalypse start. The protagonist doesn't know what's going on. He has a sense of false hope that things are going to go back to the way they were before. I hear the focus shifts later on to avoid the clichés. I am excited to get there. Though there was nothing exceptionally thrilling in this issue, I will keep reading. These comics haven't gone on for 122 issues to date for nothing. Read more commentary and add your own here: http://www.rjspindle.com/content/the-...

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