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Those things on their own are fine - it's when they become the only things they do, or things they are punished for the women in this drop like flies - eventually men are dying too, but for a good while, aside from Shane, you just get the pleasure of a road trip with intermittent breaks for women to bite it , or the butt of unfunny jokes or thinly veiled misogynist speeches that I get riled up.

Why do Lori and Rick neverrrr speak? Why do all male-female interactions last five seconds and end in sex, except for one time, when Andrea brings up a perfectly legitimate issue and is called a cunt and a bitch and ignored?

Why are all the decisions made by dudes, even after said dudes have made a million bad decisions? I know feminists, both male and female, who love these comics.

God knows I love some problematic shit, and I am confident in my and their ability to acknowledge what is shitty and separate it from the plot and not let it twist my view.

But I also know that a lot of people don't read things very critically, and all this is doing is reaffirming their belief that, yeah, women are pretty dumb, and they'd totally suck in a zombie apocalypse - in fact, they suck now!

Just do the laundry and let me play with my guns! We couldn't get a well-done post-apocalyptic series with women who were actually interesting and not offensive?

Can I read that instead? View all 32 comments. Jan 16, Donovan rated it it was amazing Shelves: How to review The Walking Dead? It's a household name.

Who knows the impact it's had upon indie comics, the horror genre, and drama television. Let's start with the zombie elephant in the room.

Maybe it's heresy to say, but Tony Moore is a better illustrator in my opinion. His lines are sharp, his characters unique, his action unmatched.

Charlie Adlard is solid, but his character design is lacking by comparison. I've heard he gets phenomenal later on, but there was a huge shift be How to review The Walking Dead?

I've heard he gets phenomenal later on, but there was a huge shift between volumes 1 and 2. Hopefully later volumes are better without this awkward transition.

I really enjoy the black and white illustrations, even Adlard's because it was designed that way.

Bold lines and emphatic inks accompany a stark, dramatic story and it works perfectly. Would it look great with colors like Outcast?

But it would be a very different comic, and maybe incomparable. The writing is fucking incredible. Pacing, dialog, horror, suspense, characterization.

I love how much faster this story moves compared to the television show. In just two volumes they go from the camp, to the farm, to the prison.

Even this early on Robert Kirkman knows what he's doing. What's interesting is how the supernatural element in The Walking Dead compares to Outcast.

So the zombies are merely the stage upon which the characters play, where the drama takes place. Whereas in Outcast the demons are integral to the plot and character development.

So if you don't like zombies you should still be able to enjoy this story, because it's really about human drama in a zombie world. A short note on the Deluxe Edition The dust jacket-less cover is durable and boldly designed, with an awesome spine.

The paper is thick and high gloss. The binding is glued and very good, although a little tighter than Outcast.

But there's no gutter loss whatsoever. View all 12 comments. Oct 31, EisNinE rated it it was amazing Shelves: If you're a Walking Dead viewer wondering if the comic is as good as the series -- the short answer is that they both excel in very different ways I'd call it a draw, and there's absolutely no reason to take sides.

Even more than Game of Thrones and ASOIAF, the show has transcended the source material by altering the plot and the fates of several major characters, adding entirely new faces like Daryl Dixon who has become a wild card for comic fans and a favorite for many.

As someone who fo If you're a Walking Dead viewer wondering if the comic is as good as the series -- the short answer is that they both excel in very different ways But the comic is still powerful storytelling, and remains the soul and center.

One thing Kirkman, Adlard, and the writers of the show deserve praise for is the way both storylines have diverged. Like 'Crossed', Garth Ennis' pitch-black, utterly horrifying and nihilistic imagining of a Rabies-like viral apocalypse, there will be no cures, no miracles, no big plans, no daring rescues, no hope for a better tomorrow -- survival is everything.

If you know the comic, you will still have no idea what's going to happen in the show, and vice versa. There are moments where both stories seem to coalesce, but then break apart to follow separate roads once again Episode 3 of Season 6 is a good example -- what the fuck?!

Issue of the comic had prepared me for a similarly unsettling exit, but it managed to capture the sense of sudden, shocking finality that the comic has excelled at.

No last second, improbable deus ex machine salvation; the seemingly hopeless predicament is truly hopeless.

Still, Moore did a fine job establishing the early look and feel, and it took me awhile to warm up to the 'new guy'.

Considering Moore's 6 issues and covers gave him co-creator status, that has to be one of the best-paying assignments in comics history.

Art by Charles Adlard: This is the format to buy, without question. The deluxe hardcover is larger, the 8" x 11" oversized edition instead of the standard 7" x 10".

Each hardcover book contains two of the softcover volumes; so Book 1 collects Volumes 1 and 2. Every storyline is about the same length -- 6 comicbook issues.

So the Volumes are around pages, and the Books are a bit longer, or so pages; they come with extras -- like the original single-issue covers, and miscellaneous artwork from Charlie Adlard and Tony Moore -- that the softcover Volumes do not.

While Adlard has been the series artist for a very long time, and does a brilliant, remarkably quick, and consistent job, Tony Moore's art in Book 1 played a big part in the success of 'The Walking Dead'; unfortunately, he couldn't keep up with the unforgiving monthly pace.

Pricewise, each oversized, extra-long hardcover Book is about the same price as the two softcover volumes it collects. Oh, right -- it's about a group struggling to survive the zombie apocalypse.

They're a bit awkward though. Image does as excellent job producing each. View all 17 comments. Aug 28, Patrici rated it it was ok Shelves: After trudging through pages and pages of one-dimensional character sludge and one too many sequences of dialogue about canned food, I just couldn't do it anymore.

I enjoy post-apocalyptic survival stories as much as anyone, but I expected so much more; especially considering all the hype surrounding this title from the rave reviews on Amazon and GoodReads to the upcoming TV show.

From panel to panel, you get humans trying desperately to fulfill the first level of Abraham Maslow's hierarchy of After trudging through pages and pages of one-dimensional character sludge and one too many sequences of dialogue about canned food, I just couldn't do it anymore.

From panel to panel, you get humans trying desperately to fulfill the first level of Abraham Maslow's hierarchy of human needs- breathing, food, water, sex, sleep, homeostasis, excretion.

That is to say that Mr. Kirkman, with a stunning mastery, reduces his characters and story to blank human slates both dead and alive that express only their most primal instincts and btw, his view of manly instincts vs.

I guess that's the point. If you're into human psychology and the like, maybe you'll enjoy this as a sort of post-apocalyptic case study of human nature.

But not at all will you walk away attached to any one character Except for maybe Rick, but even he lacked the spark of a memorable personality.

Want an interesting post-apocalyptic Yo Rick, read Y: Jan 24, Hayat rated it really liked it Shelves: Sadly, my library doesn't have book two but it does have the rest of the books so I'm forced to buy it because I'm desperate to know what happens next and how it diverges from the I love the differences between TWD TV show and the graphic novels it was adapted from.

Sadly, my library doesn't have book two but it does have the rest of the books so I'm forced to buy it because I'm desperate to know what happens next and how it diverges from the TV show.

I can't wait to get my hands on book two and I'm glad I have lots of books to look forward to and that each of them contain 12 issues.

Oct 16, Carol rated it really liked it Shelves: Jun 03, Mikhaela rated it liked it Shelves: Wonderful artwork and good writing I read this in French translation while in Paris, but I assume it was just as well done in the original.

It doesn't really add anything original to the whole zombie thing, and starts the same way as 28 Days Later. Not to mention that all the ass-kicking and fighting is done by men, men, men--the women wash the laundry and scream and run from zombies and drop their guns and are fought over by men.

And the only woman in the book who complains about this is Wonderful artwork and good writing I read this in French translation while in Paris, but I assume it was just as well done in the original.

And the only woman in the book who complains about this is portrayed unsympathetically. If the later issues aren't any better on this front, I'll have to stop reading.

View all 8 comments. Apr 08, Sean Gibson rated it liked it. Well written, solid art I get why people like it. Just didn't quite click for me.

Oct 14, Figgy rated it really liked it Shelves: Over the next ten weeks, I will be reviewing one Walking Dead book per week, to try and stave off the hunger for more episodes of the show.

I will try and keep these a spoiler free as possible, but readers should be aware that a review may mention spoilers from previous books in the series.

Each one of these books comprises twelve issues of the comic. Officer Rick Grimes wakes up in the hospital after being shot by an escaping prisoner.

No one responds to his calls for a nurse, and when he ventu Over the next ten weeks, I will be reviewing one Walking Dead book per week, to try and stave off the hunger for more episodes of the show.

No one responds to his calls for a nurse, and when he ventures out of his room, he finds he is completely alone in the hospital.

Duane and his dad, Morgan, bring Rick inside, give him some food, and fill him in on what happened to the world.

And then Rick sets off again, on his way to Atlanta to find his family. The story brings together a group of everyday people — delivery drivers, students, mechanics, retirees, mums, dads, kids, siblings — as they make their way through this world full of new dangers, in their search for a safe place.

I believe I was in-between seasons of the show, and desperate for more. I was actually surprised at how easily I got used to the different format, and how little I was bothered by the dialogue being in all capitals.

I devoured these books, one after the other, each one only taking a few hours to get through, and then sitting pretty on my shelf until it was time for another re-read.

The rest of this review can be found here! Jan 22, Thomas Edmund rated it really liked it. I was introduced to the Walking dead via the television series, which I especially enjoyed so I've been keen to see how the originating graphic novel compares.

I found it a slightly strange experience. Rather than balance dialogue with narration, the Walking Dead is only populated by the out-loud voices of the characters.

At first this did wonders leading towards the bleak setting, however I struggled at times with panels dominated by speech bubbles. The artwork is gruesome as to be I was introduced to the Walking dead via the television series, which I especially enjoyed so I've been keen to see how the originating graphic novel compares.

The artwork is gruesome as to be expected, although I felt at times didn't quite capture the setting to full effect. Also due the fast pacing of the story I oddly also found myself struggling to enjoy the visuals because the story rushed past so quickly.

Ultimately when comparing to the televison series, I would recommend fans just stick with the show, unless they are absolutely die hard.

I felt the show is much more developed both character and world wise. Although I did enjoy the graphic novel I prefer Rick in 'real life' plus no Daryl in graphic novels Nov 09, Andrea Cleland rated it liked it.

I wish I had read these before I watched the show. The characters are much more raw, and I identify with them less.

I even dislike most of them, including Rick. I do realize that in an actual situation like a zombie apocalypse, it would be extremely unlikely that one person would remain the voice of reason in every stressful situation.

Everyone would snap once in a while. The lack of a reliable "leader" made each setback almost unbearable.

I have to say that I like Rick's character better in the I wish I had read these before I watched the show. I have to say that I like Rick's character better in the show.

View all 3 comments. Sep 30, Emily rated it did not like it Shelves: It's readable, but these zombie apocalypse stories are starting to feel a little redundant to me.

There's certainly nothing new in this one, and the writing is decidedly sub-par. It really lost me at the sexism, though -- just like World War Z.

I guess it's good to know that someone's going to be looking after the laundry when the world ends? On the other hand, Kirkman's grasp of masculine behavior struck me as cartoonish and inauthentic as well.

Does every man have a secret cowboy deep insid It's readable, but these zombie apocalypse stories are starting to feel a little redundant to me.

Does every man have a secret cowboy deep inside, just waiting for the chance to defend his wagon? Wild guess, but I got the sense that this is not a writer who knows a whole lot about people or relationships.

I could go on to make guesses about some deep-seated mother hatred, but I will just get on with it and say that writers like this don't produce interesting stories, the end.

I might nonetheless have given this two stars for the artwork, but the good artist bailed halfway through and the artwork in the second half of the volume is just hideous.

And while I am disliking this book, what the hell is the point of the "A Continuing Story It's awkward, and anyway, "book one" seems to pretty much cover that.

Aug 05, Kirsten rated it it was amazing Shelves: We just got these at the library and I'm finally getting around to reading them, after enjoying the first two seasons of the show.

The comics do not disappoint. The artwork's great, and the dialog and writing are excellent. If you've seen the show and not read the books, you'll likely be a bit surprised by how QUICKLY everything seems to happen in the comics -- stuff that takes half a season on TV takes maybe two or three issues in the book.

The comics really emphasize the way that Rick and his We just got these at the library and I'm finally getting around to reading them, after enjoying the first two seasons of the show.

The comics really emphasize the way that Rick and his group never quite get a chance to stop and take a breath. I have to ask -- am I the only one who thinks Lori is significantly less horrible in the comics than on TV?

By the way, I loved this, but I also loved reading everyone's comments here on Goodreads looking at this from a feminist perspective, and I'm eager to see how that all plays out.

So far it doesn't strike me as terribly misogynistic, but I can also understand why some folks have taken issue with it.

Mar 30, Tracy rated it really liked it Shelves: Since I have become somewhat obsessed and season 3 is coming to a close, I thought perhaps I should give the Graphic books a try.

This would be my first experience with a Graphic book. I was a little bit hesitant at first and will admit it did take me a bit to get into the groove, but once I did I actually enjoyed it more than I thought.

I am not so sure I would have, had I not started with the TV series, but I definitely think that the two together enhance The Walking Dead experience on a whole Since I have become somewhat obsessed and season 3 is coming to a close, I thought perhaps I should give the Graphic books a try.

I am not so sure I would have, had I not started with the TV series, but I definitely think that the two together enhance The Walking Dead experience on a whole.

I am fascinated with the fact that the book and the series are quite different on many levels. My one real problem with this book however, is the pacing.

At times it was a bit too fast for my liking. I found many things were skimmed over too quickly and I did not get enveloped into the story line as much as I would have liked.

Also, not being able to get into the characters heads like you would with a novel With my love of all things Walking Dead, I am going to continue with this series and I do recommend it to those who are fans of the AMC series.

Aug 31, Mindy rated it it was amazing Shelves: Since I can't have this I decided to give the comic a try. I really enjoyed this.

I have never read a comic or graphic novel before this, but after all the amazing reviews I have read on GR, I thought it was about time.

It was so fun to read and get both perspectives. Book 2 here I come!! Mar 02, Aaron rated it really liked it.

Understanding the reader helps me to understand their review. So let me tell you my attributes so you can judge my review of this piece. The artwork doesn't hold my attention which means I fly through the pages gleaning the story mainly from the dialogue.

Which leads into my impatience for drawn out stories. If I had to wait for each issue to come out, I'd go crazy. Having a compendium like this makes it more enjoyable for me.

And finally, I' Understanding the reader helps me to understand their review. And finally, I've been watching the show, so I already have preconceived notions of how the story should unfold.

With all that said, let me say I really enjoyed this graphic novel. The downfall is really that the depth of character that cannot be expressed fully in such a medium without the reader making assumptions and filling in gaps.

Is humanity really so dumb? I know that might remove the drama and excitement because logical people would simply kill zombies and get done what needs to get done rather than getting all frisky and wandering off alone.

Well, this is definitely not one for kids. Not sure why they have toys in the kids' aisles of stores since both the show and the print versions have language and sexual content.

Aug 21, Sarah AlObaid rated it it was amazing Shelves: The artist changes though, starting from the 7th issue or chapter 2 in this book and it was kind of a let-down for me to be honest, because the art was absolutely flawless in the beginning.

The art is still really good but i can't help but compare it to the first issues. The plot was great, though i gotta admit i liked that of the tv show better.

I guess i shouldn't compare the comics to the tv show because they're almost two completely different productions, but i just thought that things happened somewhat abruptly in this book, like it didn't flow smoothly somehow.

Other than that, it was really good. Jul 03, Cassandra rated it it was amazing. The Walking Dead was the first graphic novel that I have ever read.

It took a bit of time understanding and getting used to how graphic novels are read but once I got use to it I really enjoyed it.

I did watch Season 1 and Season 2 before I read the novels. We will talk about my thoughts on the novel vs.

I liked that fact t The Walking Dead was the first graphic novel that I have ever read. I liked that fact that with graphic novels its feels more about the story than the descriptions of looks and landscape because you get to see it!

I know I do! I found that I liked him better in the TV show over the novel anyways. He was just an overall ass in the book at least in the TV show he was at least nice at the beginning.

Andrea pisses me off in the book and in the TV show…. I do wish that the novel would have had the CDA scenes in it.

It gave that mystery of suspense on how everyone started to turn into zombies and that everyone was infected. In the novel I just found it kinda random but I do wish that the TV show would have had him yelling it.

Overall, I am extremely happy with the adaption the TV show writers are doing. Pretty much I need more now! Sep 17, Sera rated it really liked it Recommended to Sera by: Since the series is too violent for me to watch on TV, and my husband watches it over and over and over again, he bought me the graphic novel for my birthday.

It's the first graphic novel that I've ever read, and I enjoyed the experience. As for the book itself, I found the story to be very compelling and the characters well drawn, but then it has this zombie thing going on, which I understand is the whole purpose of the book.

The title is "The Walking Dead" so one doesn't have to be a rocket sc Since the series is too violent for me to watch on TV, and my husband watches it over and over and over again, he bought me the graphic novel for my birthday.

The title is "The Walking Dead" so one doesn't have to be a rocket scientist to know that the book is about zombies. It's just that I found the zombies to be a distraction from the people in the story, which were much more interesting in my opinion.

Overall, I recommend this book. Jan 12, Abby rated it really liked it Shelves: As a longtime fan of the TV series, this book had been gifted to me several months ago and has since been sitting on my shelf.

For me, it's so difficult to get into such an already well-established comic series because they just get to be so expensive. Luckily, this is one of the rare graphic novel series on my library's shelf so I had no qualms about starting it when I'd genuinely be able to finish without spending an arm and leg.

I loved getting to know the characters of this story, particular As a longtime fan of the TV series, this book had been gifted to me several months ago and has since been sitting on my shelf.

I loved getting to know the characters of this story, particularly the ones that didn't get the opportunity to develop on the TV series.

This was exciting and kept me on the edge of my seat with every turn of the page. The only thing I didn't particularly like were the romantic stories every which way.

As Glenn had said, everyone's pairing off! Feb 24, Caroline rated it it was amazing Shelves: Not that I expected anything different. I love the TV show and it was really great to go back to the start with this comic and see the characters grow and develop all over again.

I really liked being able to compare plot points and character arcs! This was just so fun and the art style is amazing. I love that this is much darker than the show.

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Sadly, my library doesn't have book two but it does have the rest of the books so I'm forced to buy it because I'm desperate to know what happens next and how it diverges from the I love the differences between TWD TV show and the graphic novels it was adapted from.

Sadly, my library doesn't have book two but it does have the rest of the books so I'm forced to buy it because I'm desperate to know what happens next and how it diverges from the TV show.

I can't wait to get my hands on book two and I'm glad I have lots of books to look forward to and that each of them contain 12 issues.

Oct 16, Carol rated it really liked it Shelves: Jun 03, Mikhaela rated it liked it Shelves: Wonderful artwork and good writing I read this in French translation while in Paris, but I assume it was just as well done in the original.

It doesn't really add anything original to the whole zombie thing, and starts the same way as 28 Days Later.

Not to mention that all the ass-kicking and fighting is done by men, men, men--the women wash the laundry and scream and run from zombies and drop their guns and are fought over by men.

And the only woman in the book who complains about this is Wonderful artwork and good writing I read this in French translation while in Paris, but I assume it was just as well done in the original.

And the only woman in the book who complains about this is portrayed unsympathetically. If the later issues aren't any better on this front, I'll have to stop reading.

View all 8 comments. Apr 08, Sean Gibson rated it liked it. Well written, solid art I get why people like it. Just didn't quite click for me.

Oct 14, Figgy rated it really liked it Shelves: Over the next ten weeks, I will be reviewing one Walking Dead book per week, to try and stave off the hunger for more episodes of the show.

I will try and keep these a spoiler free as possible, but readers should be aware that a review may mention spoilers from previous books in the series.

Each one of these books comprises twelve issues of the comic. Officer Rick Grimes wakes up in the hospital after being shot by an escaping prisoner.

No one responds to his calls for a nurse, and when he ventu Over the next ten weeks, I will be reviewing one Walking Dead book per week, to try and stave off the hunger for more episodes of the show.

No one responds to his calls for a nurse, and when he ventures out of his room, he finds he is completely alone in the hospital.

Duane and his dad, Morgan, bring Rick inside, give him some food, and fill him in on what happened to the world. And then Rick sets off again, on his way to Atlanta to find his family.

The story brings together a group of everyday people — delivery drivers, students, mechanics, retirees, mums, dads, kids, siblings — as they make their way through this world full of new dangers, in their search for a safe place.

I believe I was in-between seasons of the show, and desperate for more. I was actually surprised at how easily I got used to the different format, and how little I was bothered by the dialogue being in all capitals.

I devoured these books, one after the other, each one only taking a few hours to get through, and then sitting pretty on my shelf until it was time for another re-read.

The rest of this review can be found here! Jan 22, Thomas Edmund rated it really liked it. I was introduced to the Walking dead via the television series, which I especially enjoyed so I've been keen to see how the originating graphic novel compares.

I found it a slightly strange experience. Rather than balance dialogue with narration, the Walking Dead is only populated by the out-loud voices of the characters.

At first this did wonders leading towards the bleak setting, however I struggled at times with panels dominated by speech bubbles.

The artwork is gruesome as to be I was introduced to the Walking dead via the television series, which I especially enjoyed so I've been keen to see how the originating graphic novel compares.

The artwork is gruesome as to be expected, although I felt at times didn't quite capture the setting to full effect.

Also due the fast pacing of the story I oddly also found myself struggling to enjoy the visuals because the story rushed past so quickly.

Ultimately when comparing to the televison series, I would recommend fans just stick with the show, unless they are absolutely die hard.

I felt the show is much more developed both character and world wise. Although I did enjoy the graphic novel I prefer Rick in 'real life' plus no Daryl in graphic novels Nov 09, Andrea Cleland rated it liked it.

I wish I had read these before I watched the show. The characters are much more raw, and I identify with them less.

I even dislike most of them, including Rick. I do realize that in an actual situation like a zombie apocalypse, it would be extremely unlikely that one person would remain the voice of reason in every stressful situation.

Everyone would snap once in a while. The lack of a reliable "leader" made each setback almost unbearable. I have to say that I like Rick's character better in the I wish I had read these before I watched the show.

I have to say that I like Rick's character better in the show. View all 3 comments. Sep 30, Emily rated it did not like it Shelves: It's readable, but these zombie apocalypse stories are starting to feel a little redundant to me.

There's certainly nothing new in this one, and the writing is decidedly sub-par. It really lost me at the sexism, though -- just like World War Z.

I guess it's good to know that someone's going to be looking after the laundry when the world ends? On the other hand, Kirkman's grasp of masculine behavior struck me as cartoonish and inauthentic as well.

Does every man have a secret cowboy deep insid It's readable, but these zombie apocalypse stories are starting to feel a little redundant to me.

Does every man have a secret cowboy deep inside, just waiting for the chance to defend his wagon?

Wild guess, but I got the sense that this is not a writer who knows a whole lot about people or relationships. I could go on to make guesses about some deep-seated mother hatred, but I will just get on with it and say that writers like this don't produce interesting stories, the end.

I might nonetheless have given this two stars for the artwork, but the good artist bailed halfway through and the artwork in the second half of the volume is just hideous.

And while I am disliking this book, what the hell is the point of the "A Continuing Story It's awkward, and anyway, "book one" seems to pretty much cover that.

Aug 05, Kirsten rated it it was amazing Shelves: We just got these at the library and I'm finally getting around to reading them, after enjoying the first two seasons of the show.

The comics do not disappoint. The artwork's great, and the dialog and writing are excellent. If you've seen the show and not read the books, you'll likely be a bit surprised by how QUICKLY everything seems to happen in the comics -- stuff that takes half a season on TV takes maybe two or three issues in the book.

The comics really emphasize the way that Rick and his We just got these at the library and I'm finally getting around to reading them, after enjoying the first two seasons of the show.

The comics really emphasize the way that Rick and his group never quite get a chance to stop and take a breath. I have to ask -- am I the only one who thinks Lori is significantly less horrible in the comics than on TV?

By the way, I loved this, but I also loved reading everyone's comments here on Goodreads looking at this from a feminist perspective, and I'm eager to see how that all plays out.

So far it doesn't strike me as terribly misogynistic, but I can also understand why some folks have taken issue with it.

Mar 30, Tracy rated it really liked it Shelves: Since I have become somewhat obsessed and season 3 is coming to a close, I thought perhaps I should give the Graphic books a try.

This would be my first experience with a Graphic book. I was a little bit hesitant at first and will admit it did take me a bit to get into the groove, but once I did I actually enjoyed it more than I thought.

I am not so sure I would have, had I not started with the TV series, but I definitely think that the two together enhance The Walking Dead experience on a whole Since I have become somewhat obsessed and season 3 is coming to a close, I thought perhaps I should give the Graphic books a try.

I am not so sure I would have, had I not started with the TV series, but I definitely think that the two together enhance The Walking Dead experience on a whole.

I am fascinated with the fact that the book and the series are quite different on many levels. My one real problem with this book however, is the pacing.

At times it was a bit too fast for my liking. I found many things were skimmed over too quickly and I did not get enveloped into the story line as much as I would have liked.

Also, not being able to get into the characters heads like you would with a novel With my love of all things Walking Dead, I am going to continue with this series and I do recommend it to those who are fans of the AMC series.

Aug 31, Mindy rated it it was amazing Shelves: Since I can't have this I decided to give the comic a try. I really enjoyed this.

I have never read a comic or graphic novel before this, but after all the amazing reviews I have read on GR, I thought it was about time.

It was so fun to read and get both perspectives. Book 2 here I come!! Mar 02, Aaron rated it really liked it. Understanding the reader helps me to understand their review.

So let me tell you my attributes so you can judge my review of this piece. The artwork doesn't hold my attention which means I fly through the pages gleaning the story mainly from the dialogue.

Which leads into my impatience for drawn out stories. If I had to wait for each issue to come out, I'd go crazy. Having a compendium like this makes it more enjoyable for me.

And finally, I' Understanding the reader helps me to understand their review. And finally, I've been watching the show, so I already have preconceived notions of how the story should unfold.

With all that said, let me say I really enjoyed this graphic novel. The downfall is really that the depth of character that cannot be expressed fully in such a medium without the reader making assumptions and filling in gaps.

Is humanity really so dumb? I know that might remove the drama and excitement because logical people would simply kill zombies and get done what needs to get done rather than getting all frisky and wandering off alone.

Well, this is definitely not one for kids. Not sure why they have toys in the kids' aisles of stores since both the show and the print versions have language and sexual content.

Aug 21, Sarah AlObaid rated it it was amazing Shelves: The artist changes though, starting from the 7th issue or chapter 2 in this book and it was kind of a let-down for me to be honest, because the art was absolutely flawless in the beginning.

The art is still really good but i can't help but compare it to the first issues. The plot was great, though i gotta admit i liked that of the tv show better.

I guess i shouldn't compare the comics to the tv show because they're almost two completely different productions, but i just thought that things happened somewhat abruptly in this book, like it didn't flow smoothly somehow.

Other than that, it was really good. Jul 03, Cassandra rated it it was amazing. The Walking Dead was the first graphic novel that I have ever read. It took a bit of time understanding and getting used to how graphic novels are read but once I got use to it I really enjoyed it.

I did watch Season 1 and Season 2 before I read the novels. We will talk about my thoughts on the novel vs.

I liked that fact t The Walking Dead was the first graphic novel that I have ever read. I liked that fact that with graphic novels its feels more about the story than the descriptions of looks and landscape because you get to see it!

I know I do! I found that I liked him better in the TV show over the novel anyways. He was just an overall ass in the book at least in the TV show he was at least nice at the beginning.

Andrea pisses me off in the book and in the TV show…. I do wish that the novel would have had the CDA scenes in it.

It gave that mystery of suspense on how everyone started to turn into zombies and that everyone was infected. In the novel I just found it kinda random but I do wish that the TV show would have had him yelling it.

Overall, I am extremely happy with the adaption the TV show writers are doing. Pretty much I need more now! Sep 17, Sera rated it really liked it Recommended to Sera by: Since the series is too violent for me to watch on TV, and my husband watches it over and over and over again, he bought me the graphic novel for my birthday.

It's the first graphic novel that I've ever read, and I enjoyed the experience. As for the book itself, I found the story to be very compelling and the characters well drawn, but then it has this zombie thing going on, which I understand is the whole purpose of the book.

The title is "The Walking Dead" so one doesn't have to be a rocket sc Since the series is too violent for me to watch on TV, and my husband watches it over and over and over again, he bought me the graphic novel for my birthday.

The title is "The Walking Dead" so one doesn't have to be a rocket scientist to know that the book is about zombies. It's just that I found the zombies to be a distraction from the people in the story, which were much more interesting in my opinion.

Overall, I recommend this book. Jan 12, Abby rated it really liked it Shelves: As a longtime fan of the TV series, this book had been gifted to me several months ago and has since been sitting on my shelf.

For me, it's so difficult to get into such an already well-established comic series because they just get to be so expensive.

Luckily, this is one of the rare graphic novel series on my library's shelf so I had no qualms about starting it when I'd genuinely be able to finish without spending an arm and leg.

I loved getting to know the characters of this story, particular As a longtime fan of the TV series, this book had been gifted to me several months ago and has since been sitting on my shelf.

I loved getting to know the characters of this story, particularly the ones that didn't get the opportunity to develop on the TV series.

This was exciting and kept me on the edge of my seat with every turn of the page. The only thing I didn't particularly like were the romantic stories every which way.

As Glenn had said, everyone's pairing off! Feb 24, Caroline rated it it was amazing Shelves: Not that I expected anything different. I love the TV show and it was really great to go back to the start with this comic and see the characters grow and develop all over again.

I really liked being able to compare plot points and character arcs! This was just so fun and the art style is amazing. I love that this is much darker than the show.

There is swearing and sex and some vulgarity but I think it works so perfectly because it feels more realistic than the show where someone die GREAT book.

There is swearing and sex and some vulgarity but I think it works so perfectly because it feels more realistic than the show where someone dies and they are like 'oh darn I have been bitten that is it for me goodbye world'.

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