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How many hours are in a day when you don't spend half of them watching television?

When is the last time any of us REALLY worked to get something we wanted?

How long has it been since any of us really NEEDED something that we WANTED?

The world we knew is gone.

The world of commerce and frivolous necessity has been replaced by a world of survival and responsibility.

An epidemic

Published February 19th 2013 by Image Comics (first published May 1st 2004)
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Addie LeMasterI personally love it. It can be pretty violent, but if you enjoy the TV series then you should enjoy this series as well.
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Aug 01, 2015Lola rated it it was amazing
Shelves: comics, post-apocalyptic, adult, zombies

This is so, so, so, so good. It doesn’t try to be disgusting and it doesn’t mainly focus on the zombies, surprisingly. It’s more about the little community of survivors and their relationships, their helping each other out, their trying to find a way out of this pit of death. I felt desolate to see some characters gone too soon or left behind, but I have some hope of seeing new ones in the future that will make me stop missing the departed ones.
Great, great comic series.
Jun 03, 2016Nat rated it liked it

This review contains *spoilers* for both the tv show (season 1 &2) and the graphic novel.
I absolutely loved the first two seasons of The Walking Dead, so I decided why not give the comic books a chance. And I was not disappointed.
This volume brought back so many memories of the show for me and reminded me of just how much I loved it— even with the jump scares.
But The Walking Dead doesn’t only focus on the gore of killing zombies, it also explores how people deal with extreme situations a
Dec 21, 2010Anne rated it really liked it
Shelves: read-in-2014, graphic-novels, braaaaaains-zombies
Kudos to Image Comics for saving all that money on a colorist (better, Erica?)!
I get it, I get it!
I'm frugal, too. In fact, (view spoiler)[ We just got back from a family vacation. And the entire time, I couldn't get my youngest to eat anything they served for breakfast at the place we were staying. And they had EVERYTHING there!
Waffles with strawberries and whipped cream..yum.
But she's 6, and none of it tasted like Mommy's food.
On day 3, I spied their stash of Froot Loops.
Yes! We're SAVED!
Apr 02, 2011Stephen rated it really liked it
Shelves: dead-heads, 2000-2005, horror, sf-apocalyptic-and-post-apocalyptic, comics-graphic-novels

4.0 stars. You can see by the ratings and the other reviews of this book that a lot of people think very highly of this series and it is certainly justified. This is the kind of excellence in both writing and art that make the graphic novel an incredibly power medium when it is done well. Here….it is done very well indeed. The writing and the art are superb and I don’t think you could ask for better.
Basically, the set up is very familiar. It is a zombie apocalypse, society has broken down and t
Jul 15, 2011Jon rated it it was ok
Shelves: comics-graphicnovels, 2011-summer-reads, horror-gothic
I wanted to really like volume one of The Walking Dead. Most people do like it. They like it a lot. I didn't, which doesn't make anyone better or smarter than anyone else, we just have different tastes.
I appreciate Robert Kirkman wanting to write a social commentary and not just a horror story, but I don't know that he needs to state this in the introduction - all good zombie (and horror) stories are dealing with more than just the surface material, so Kirkman emphasizing his social commentary s
Feb 12, 2017Alejandro rated it it was amazing
Shelves: comic-book, horror, paranormal, dystopia
The days won't be same anymore!
This is the first volume of the softcover editions of 'The Walking Dead', collecting the comic book issues from #1 to #6.
Creative Team:
Writer: Robert Kirkman
Illustrators: Tony Moore
Additional gray tones to inking: Tony Moore
Chapter One
Rick.. Officer Rick Grimes at your service.
This chapter is the epic beginning of the mega popular franchise of The Walking Dead that first was comic books, then expanded to a TV series and now there are even pros
The walking dead comics online, freeJan 27, 2016Sean Barrs the Bookdragon rated it really liked it
Shelves: darkness-horror-gothic, 4-star-reads, comic-graphic-novel
Whether you’re a comic book fan or a television buff, one thing remains certain: Rick Grimes is a badass.
He’s resourceful too, a real survivor. When other members of the fledgling group are panicking and running around like headless chickens, he acts. When they argue about the next move they should take or which option is safest, Rick, again, acts. He doesn’t mess about. You’ve got to give it to the small town sheriff, he quickly realises what he must do to keep his family alive. And it isn’t p
Oct 05, 2018Carol rated it it was amazing · review of another edition
Shelves: 100, read-2018, graphic-novel, post-apocalyptic, horror, series
Oh yeah...I'm in. 'The world we knew was gone.'

As it begins, the gunslinging Officer Rick Grimes, hurt in the line of duty, wakes up alone..well almost alone in the hospital. No wife and no best friend-partner watching over him; no nurse or anyone answers his call, and then he finds some of them and realizes the world is not the same.

THE WALKING DEAD comic graphic novel was a quick way to introduce me to the story that family and friends have recommended to me for years..and now I'm ho

Jan 23, 2019Tina Haigler rated it really liked it
Honestly, I'm probably the one person on the planet that hasn't watched much of the TV show but I was surprised at how much more quickly things in the comic happen. I feel like season one was probably Vol. 1 and 2 combined. Rule number one for reading this: Do not get attached to any of the characters! At least one person dies in each one, at least they do in the first three volumes, and in most cases it's 2 or more deaths per volume. You can like or dislike characters but do not get attached. A..more
Jan 10, 2019Warda rated it really liked it · review of another edition
We all know about the show. I never enjoyed the show.
But this.
Now, this I liked a lot.
Sep 26, 2012Delee rated it it was amazing
Shelves: adventure, apocalyptic-or-post-apocalyptic, horror, zombies, graphic-novel
Oct 30, 2015Annie rated it really liked it

I have to believe that readers of dystopian fiction or apocalyptic fiction harbour the belief that the world bound by the printer’s ink is definitely looming; would one day come true. Or at the very least hope it does. I myself cannot stop from venturing into the implications of the dawn of the walking dead. (see what I did there? Too obvious? :/ ) What would I do first? Ah the possibilities! Of course the romance would strip away if such a dawn actually arrives..tut tut tut. I would possibly f

..moreNov 01, 2010Meredith Holley rated it liked it
Shelves: monsters, reviewed, needs-a-sassy-gay-friend-real-bad, morally-superior
Okay, is this where the random bolding phenomenon is coming from?? Have you all known this and not told me? Is it just so you can laugh behind my back? See? I can’t even randomly bold if I try. It always ends up being for emphasis.
This book is about don’t give kids guns. That’s pretty much it. But, sometimes, you know . . . zombie apocalypse . . . sounds like a good idea to give a kid a gun. And if you think that, you’re an idiot.
My dad used to keep a lot of guns in the house at one particularl
Dec 15, 2011Lou rated it it was amazing

We are amidst a Zombie phenomena, well they have been around since that movie Night of the Living Dead, But did not have as much coverage, there is so many novels and movies now with a zombie theme.
Some neat artwork here representing a zombie gore feast of a struggle for a band of humans against the odds for survival.
This is as most people know the genisis of the tv-series of the same name. I have watched one episode with some reservations due to the gore level and wanted to read the graphic no
I really liked this! I've watched a few of the first episodes on TV, and honestly I liked this so much more. Maybe it's because I'm a baby and I don't think the zombies look as scary as in the show? Maybe that's part of the reason. But this was really good!
Nov 24, 2016Laurie –A Court of Books– rated it it was amazing
'It's not the same as killing the dead ones, Daddy.'
'It never should be, son.
It never should be.'

I'm so glad I finally decided to read the comic! It was so powerful to have more depth and more layers to the story, and the comic form is as addictive as the series. It is basically the same story in both but it still gave me the feels.
I felt peace, hope and calm
I felt pain, sorrow and grief
I felt hatred, heartbreak and disappointment
It is so weird to see the character so unaware of what wi
Oct 12, 2014Dirk Grobbelaar rated it liked it
Shelves: wife-books, horror, graphic-novels-comics
I’m also one of the stooges who came to the party late. That’s to say, I watched the series before reading the book, or graphic novel to be exact. Heck, when I purchased “the complete season one” I wasn’t even aware that it was based on a book. Now, when something like this happens, there is absolutely no way to undo it. There is no way to un-remember the visual medium and any first impressions, so it’s all spilt milk.
But it is every goodreader’s sworn duty, if you’ve enjoyed the show, to read t
Dec 31, 2012Brendon Schrodinger rated it liked it
For everyone not in the know I have a soft spot for apocalyptic fiction. My first SF read as a burgeoning nerd was The Day of the Triffids. It certainly moulded me into the reader that I am today. But although these stories are fiction, the more scientifically removed from reality zombie type apocalypse is by far not my favourite. Nuclear fallout, deadly virus, environmental collapse; these all seem entirely plausible. But there is no precedence for zombies despite fans holding onto the parasite..more
I'm a complete amateur when it comes to this stuff, but I'm really enjoying my time exploring comics and graphic novels. It's hard to rate them because I don't have anything else to really compare them against since I've only read two, so four stars is my baseline for now.
I watched the first few seasons of the show, but then I lost interest when they just wandered around a farm for episode after episode. I get bored easily so I moved on to something else, probably Breaking Bad or something, I d
Jun 19, 2012Shannon rated it liked it
Shelves: books-reviewed, fantasy-scifi, graphic-novels, action
I think some of the pleasure of reading this graphic novel was taken away from watching the first two seasons of the TV series. There obviously weren't that many surprises and I would say 75% of the graphic novel was like several of the episodes. Without giving spoilers I'd say certain parts of the TV series were better. Probably because they built on the comic which came first. Then again, some instances of the graphic novel were better than the series so I don't feel I'm biased towards one or..more
Oct 05, 2008An rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: survivalists - and people dead inside
Recommended to An by: un-friends, probably feasting on brains right now
A completely inappropriate birthday gift for someone with necrofobia - or pseudonecrofobia - or hemi-necrofobia - or pauci-animafobia.
Well written. Vividly, horrifically, (in my opinion poorly) illustrated with images that stalk and haunt my waking dreams.
I vote - NO.
I have tried to destroy, give away and recycle this book but it keeps showing up on my shelf. It will not die.
I store a copy of the Zombie Survival Guide next to it and it seems to keep it at bay. It does a good job of obscuring th
Jan 22, 2015Rachel Reads Ravenously rated it it was amazing
Wow. I probably won't review all of these, but I really enjoyed this one. Shane was cuckoo crazy, Lori is still as annoying as she is on the tv show. No Daryl, but he wasn't in the books. Looking forward to more!
Sep 30, 2016Steve rated it really liked it
I know I'm late getting on this bandwagon..
4 stars. Good start to the story.
Officer Rick Grimes gets shot in the call of duty and goes into a coma. When he awakens in the hospital weeks later, he finds himself alone in a world where the zombie apocalypse has happened – and his family have disappeared. So begins Rick’s journey to find his family as, in a world where the end can come at any moment, he and the other survivors become the walking dead.
It’s taken me a while to get around to actually reading the world’s most popular comic (The Walking Dead #115 was 2013’s bes
Jul 31, 2011Anthony Chavez rated it it was amazing
Kirkman does an amazing job with setting up this story. I can see why this series has gotten so much acclaim and had such success. I did however, watch the first season of the show before I knew it was a graphic novel. And once I started reading I finished this volume in a couple hours without putting it down.
The zombies! They are amazing, and he wrote them so well, you really feel for them, they aren't your crazed psycho zombies, or your fast constantly hunting zombies, no, they lounge around,
Jun 11, 2015Sarah rated it really liked it
I don't watch the TV show but I really enjoyed this comic. It was interesting and I liked how it focused on people and what would happen to people if there was a zombie apocalypse. I loved the introduction. I really liked the work Tony Moore did too. The comic has left me wanting more and I can't wait to see what happens in the rest of the comics.
Sep 10, 2017destiny ♡⚔♡ [howling libraries] rated it it was amazing
Shelves: adult, graphic-novels-manga-comics, horror
I've been watching The Walking Dead for years on AMC (though I'm not up to date on the latest season), but this was my first time picking up the graphic novel series that inspired it. I've been told by so many people that the graphic novels are incredible, so I finally decided to see what the hype was about. Those people were not wrong, let me tell you!
I LOVED this graphic novel. The art is fantastic (and I was amazed by how similar some of the characters look to the actors/actresses who were c
Mar 06, 2016Ayman Gomaa rated it really liked it
well i hate it's in white&dark not colours and i hate Daryl isn't in the comics but still the story is really magnificent
it's not focusing only on zombies but it focus more on human react in this disaster and how they change and telling us to not give up and keep surviving after all xD
really enjoyed it :) xD
Oct 16, 2016Michael Finocchiaro rated it it was amazing
Gruesome, intense, and addictive, this first dive into the nightmare of Rick Grimes and the Zombie Apocalypse is a gory but beautiful achievement for a graphical novel. Inked in black and white, the black blood has an even more lugubrious impact as do the faces of the Walkers. The way that the story is unveiled from a narrative point of view was great and unforgettable. I read it after watching the first few seasons of the show and remain pleased with both. I think the TV version dragged a bit t..more
Sep 22, 2013Raeleen Lemay rated it really liked it
So far it's really interesting to see how DRASTICALLY different the TV show is.. I mean, SHANE. WHAT.
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Robert Kirkman is an American comic book writer best known for his work on The Walking Dead, Invincible for Image Comics, as well as Ultimate X-Men and Marvel Zombies for Marvel Comics. He has also collaborated with Image Comics co-founder Todd McFarlane on the series Haunt. He is one of the five partners of Image Comics, and the only one of the five who was not one of the original co-founders of..more
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“In a world ruled by the dead, we are forced to finally start living.” — 86 likes
“To me, the best zombie movies aren’t the splatter fests of gore and violence with goofy characters and tongue in cheek antics. Good zombie movies show us how messed up we are, they make us question our station in society… and our society’s station in the world. They show us gore and violence and all that cool stuff too… but there’s always an undercurrent of social commentary and thoughtfulness.” — 77 likes
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The Walking Dead
Cover of The Walking Dead No. 1. Art by Tony Moore.
Publication information
PublisherImage Comics
FormatOngoing series
Publication dateOctober2003 – present
No. of issues192
Creative team
Created byRobert Kirkman
Written byRobert Kirkman
Artist(s)Tony Moore (#1–6)
Charlie Adlard (#7–present)
Penciller(s)Tony Moore (#1–6)
Charlie Adlard (#7–present)
Inker(s)Tony Moore (#1–6)
Charlie Adlard (#7–present)
Stefano Gaudiano (#115–present)
Letterer(s)Robert Kirkman (#1–19)
Rus Wooton (#20–present)
Colorist(s)Tony Moore (#1–5)
Cliff Rathburn (#6–present)
Editor(s)Aubrey Sitterson (#55–70)
Sina Grace (#67–96)
Sean Mackiewicz (#97–present)

The Walking Dead[1] is a black-and-white comic book series created by writer Robert Kirkman with art by Tony Moore.[2][3] It focuses on Rick Grimes, a Kentucky deputy who is shot in the line of duty and awakens from a coma in a zombie apocalypse that has resulted in a state-wide quarantine. After joining with other ones, he gradually takes on the role of leader of a community as it struggles to survive the zombie apocalypse.

First issued in 2003 by publisher Image Comics, the comic is written by Kirkman[4] with art by Moore (issues No. 1–6) and Charlie Adlard (issue No. 7 onward).[5] Moore continued to do the covers through issue No. 24.[6]

The Walking Dead received the 2007 and 2010 Eisner Award for Best Continuing Series at San Diego Comic-Con International. The series was adapted into the AMC television series The Walking Dead, which premiered in 2010. The television program loosely follows the storyline of the comic book. The franchise has also spawned multiple additional media properties, including video games (such as The Walking Dead video game), a companion television series (Fear the Walking Dead),[7] webisode series (The Walking Dead: Torn Apart, The Walking Dead: Cold Storage, The Walking Dead: The Oath, and The Walking Dead: Red Machete), and various additional publications, including novels (The Walking Dead: Rise of the Governor).

  • 4List of characters
  • 6Other media
  • 7Collected editions
  • 8References

Publication history[edit]

The original pitch by Kirkman and Moore was for a followup to George A. Romero's Night of the Living Dead, with the series taking place in the 1960s.[8]Image Comics co-founder Jim Valentino suggested using an original concept instead so the creators would own the property outright.[8] The revised pitch became The Walking Dead.

The Walking Dead debuted in 2003, published by Image Comics, with art by Tony Moore for the first six issues and Cliff Rathburn shading the art after issue five. Charlie Adlard took over as artist on issue #7, after he was approached by Kirkman.[5] Moore also did the cover art for the first twenty-four issues and the first four trade paperbacks. The remainder were done by Adlard.

When the television series premiered in October 2010, Image Comics announced The Walking Dead Weekly. The first 52 issues of the series began to be reprinted on January 5, 2011, with one issue per week for a year.[9]

The series is periodically re-published in trade paperbacks which contain six issues each, hardcover books with twelve issues and occasional bonus material, omnibus editions of twenty-four issues, and compendium editions of forty-eight issues.

In May of 2018, Image Comics and its imprint Skybound Entertainment, the company that has driven development of The Walking Dead comic series since 2010, jointly announced The Walking Dead Day. The fan-oriented event has a scheduled date of October 13, 2018 and will coincide with the release of a Walking Dead #1 15th Anniversary Variant Edition, with cover art by current series artist Charlie Adlard. A select number of The Walking Dead Day participating local comic shops become part of the comic's story line, with their own special edition of Adlard's anniversary cover, featuring the store’s logo incorporated into the cover art. The company also noted that additional limited edition collectibles and festivities would be announced at a future date, prior to the October 2018 event.[10]

Story arcs[edit]

Volume 1: Days Gone Bye (Issues 1–6)

Rick Grimes, a sheriff's deputy from Kentucky, is wounded in the line of duty and emerges from a coma to find the world overrun by the undead. He returns home to find his house ransacked and his wife and son gone. Rick travels to a military evacuation zone in Atlanta to find his family, but finds Atlanta has also been overrun. He is rescued by Glenn Rhee, who takes him to his small camp of survivors. Among them are Rick's wife Lori and his son Carl. Zombies (called Walkers, Roamers, and Lurkers in most of the series) eventually attack the group. Following the attack, Shane Walsh, Rick's friend and former police partner, tries to murder Rick, having had a one-night stand and become obsessed with Lori, and Carl shoots Shane to protect his father.[11]

Volume 2: Miles Behind Us (Issues 7–12)

Rick becomes the group's leader. He and the remaining survivors leave Atlanta and travel across hostile territory in search of a safer refuge. The group meets a man, Tyreese, who is accompanied by his daughter and girlfriend. Everyone takes shelter at Wiltshire Estates, a gated community, but are forced to leave when they stumble upon its zombie infestation. The group eventually finds shelter at a small farm after Carl is shot. The farm's owner, Hershel Greene and his family, are in denial about the walkers' nature and have been storing deceased loved ones and neighbors in their barn. Rick's group is asked to leave the farm and stumbles upon an abandoned prison, which they decide to make their home.

Volume 3: Safety Behind Bars (Issues 13–18)

The group begins to clear the prison yard and one cell block for living quarters. They meet some surviving inmates when they break into the prison's cafeteria. Rick invites Hershel and his family to come live in the prison and they accept. Two of the group members commit suicide and someone begins to murder other group members. This inmate, a convicted serial killer, is eventually captured and killed. Other inmates stage a rebellion.

Volume 4: The Heart's Desire (Issues 19–24)

The group manages to quell the inmates' rebellion and secure the prison. A katana-wielding woman named Michonne arrives at the prison seeking refuge and causes tension among some of Rick's survivors. When another member is bitten on the leg, Rick attempts to save him by amputating his bitten leg; however, despite receiving medical treatment from Hershel, the man dies. Rick and Tyreese get into a fight and the community decides to have a council with four co-leaders instead of Rick as sole leader.

Volume 5: The Best Defense (Issues 25–30)

Rick, Michonne and Glenn observe a helicopter crash in the distance and leave the prison to search for it. They find a small town called Woodbury, where a large, well-armed and organized group of survivors has taken refuge. Woodbury's leader is a man called the Governor. The Governor captures Rick's group and interrogates them. He mutilates Rick by cutting off his right hand and rapes and tortures Michonne.

Volume 6: This Sorrowful Life (Issues 31–36)

Rick, Glenn, and Michonne manage to escape from Woodbury with the help of others from the town. Michonne tortures the Governor before she leaves. They arrive back at the prison safely, but find that hordes of zombies have broken in. Rick's survivors fight them off. Rick informs the prison's residents of what took place in Woodbury and tells them to prepare for battle.

Volume 7: The Calm Before (Issues 37–42)

Life at the prison continues in what passes for normal in this apocalyptic world. Glenn and Maggie marry. Several residents search for supplies and engage in a shootout with men from Woodbury. Lori goes into labor and Judith is born. Dale is out on a mission siphoning gas when he is bitten in the leg. Dale's friends amputate the leg and he survives. Carol commits suicide by allowing a zombie to bite her. The volume ends with the Governor's arrival with his army and a tank.

Volume 8: Made to Suffer (Issues 43–48)

The arc begins with a flashback which reveals how the Governor recovered and readied Woodbury for battle. The Governor's army attacks the prison but is driven away. Several of Rick's survivors decide to flee the prison in the RV to avoid the Governor's expected retaliation. The prison recovers from his initial assault but the Governor attacks again. The RV members arrive to reinforce the prison's residents. Despite this, many of Rick's band are killed, including Lori, Judith, Tyreese, and Hershel. The guilt ridden soldier who killed Lori and Judith on the Governor's orders betrays and kills him. With the prison burning and in shambles, Rick's band scatters and flees.

Volume 9: Here We Remain (Issues 49–54)

After the prison's destruction and his band is separated, Rick and Carl search for shelter in a nearby town and reunite with surviving friends. Rick's physical and mental state begin to unravel, while Carl grows increasingly independent and apathetic. They eventually manage to reunite with their other survivors and end up at Hershel's farm. Three new people, Abraham, Rosita and Eugene, arrive and inform the group that they are on a mission to Washington D.C. to cure the plague. Rick's band decides to join their journey.

Volume 10: What We Become (Issues 55–60)

Maggie attempts to hang herself on the way to Washington. Rick holds Abraham, who thinks she's dead, at gunpoint and prevents him from shooting her in the head. Rick, Abraham, and Carl head to Rick's hometown to find weapons. They discover Morgan, whom Rick met when he woke up from his coma, and he joins Rick's survivors.

Volume 11: Fear the Hunters (Issues 61–66)

Rick and company continue their journey to Washington and begin to suspect they are being stalked by someone in the woods. They meet a pastor and join him at his church. Dale is kidnapped from the church during the night by a band of cannibals. Dale is reunited with his friends before he dies. Rick's group, enraged, hunt down the cannibals and torture them to death.

Volume 12: Life Among Them (Issues 67–72)

The group continue to Washington, during which they discover that Eugene was lying about having a cure to stop the outbreak. They run across a friendly man named Aaron who claims he is trustworthy and can escort them to a large, walled-off community of survivors called the Alexandria Safe-Zone. Alexandria Safe Zone is a walled community led by a man named Douglas Monroe. Rick's weary band finds Alexandria's stability a welcome change although they remain suspicious.

Volume 13: Too Far Gone (Issues 73–78)

Rick's group settles into the Alexandria Safe-Zone and take jobs in the community. Rick, as constable, tries to increase safety and stability when he stops a dangerous man inside the community. Scavengers arrive and threaten the community. Alexandria wins the battle but alert a massive herd of hundreds of zombies to their presence. Rick takes command of the community.

Volume 14: No Way Out (Issues 79–84)

Rick and company step up as community leaders despite objections from some of its residents. Alexandria's citizens discover they have bigger problems when they discover the zombie horde breaking down the fence. Walkers breach Alexandria's walls and begin to overrun the community. During the battle Douglas is killed after accidentally shooting Carl in the eye. Alexandria's residents face down the horde and save their town.

Volume 15: We Find Ourselves (Issues 85–90)

The Alexandria Safe-Zone recuperates from the herd's attack and Rick makes decisions that will lead to Alexandria's long-term sustainability. Carl is in a coma following his injury and his survival is unclear. Some residents question the bold choices Rick makes for their community and attempt to seize control of Alexandria. Rick quashes the rebellion. Carl awakens with amnesia.

Volume 16: A Larger World (Issues 91–96)

Alexandrians encounter a man named Paul Monroe while searching the wastes for supplies. Monroe claims he is a recruiter for a nearby band of 200 or more people called the Hilltop Colony. Rick and others go to the Hilltop Colony and find its appearance seems to be even safer than that of Alexandria, although it has a dangerous enemy called The Saviors. The Saviors demand half of the colony's food and supplies, in exchange for killing nearby walkers.

Volume 17: Something to Fear (Issues 97–102)

Rick and crew confront the Hilltop Colony's enemy, the Saviors. The Saviors are a brutal gang led by a man named Negan. Rick underestimates the Saviors and dismisses their threat level until his best friends, including Glenn and Abraham, are brutally killed. Alexandria is forced to begin paying tribute – half of their supplies – to the Saviors. Enraged, Rick vows to kill Negan.

Volume 18: What Comes After (Issues 103–108)

Rick's band learns what living under Negan's rules really means. Rick devises a new strategy to deal with the Saviors, but a member of his group disappears after the Saviors collect their payment from Alexandria. Rick is forced to halt his plan. Paul takes Rick to request help from an exotic man named Ezekiel, leader of a community called the Kingdom. The Kingdom is based in Washington, D.C., where one of the Saviors makes an independent offer to help battle Negan.

Volume 19: March to War (Issues 109–114)

Rick, Paul, and Ezekiel decide to trust the Savior, Dwight, and launch their attempt to end the Saviors' reign. The three communities band together to formulate an assault, but Negan shows up early to collect his tribute from Alexandria. The alliance seizes the opportunity to assassinate Negan, but Negan retreats and declares war.

Volume 20: All Out War (Part One) (Issues 115–120)

Rick leads his united army, with the Hilltop and the Kingdom, in an attack against the Sanctuary, the Saviors base. Rick's forces seize an early advantage and manage to trap Negan inside the Sanctuary, but their attack on Negan's outposts falters as many of Rick's closest friends fall. They wonder if their initial victory was simple luck. Negan mounts an eventual counterattack on Alexandria and its situation goes from bad to worse.

Volume 21: All Out War (Part Two) (Issues 121–126)

With the war at its peak, Negan attacks Alexandria and the Hilltop and destroys the former's defenses. On the brink of defeat, Rick offers Negan a truce as a trap. Negan falls for Rick's ruse. Rick slashes Negan's throat and demands that war cease. Negan survives the attack as Rick's prisoner.

Volume 22: A New Beginning (Issues 127–132)

Two years have passed since the war with Negan. Civilization has been rebuilt and the communities have established a successful trade network. Carl moves to Hilltop. A new group arrives in Alexandria, and meet the imprisoned Negan.

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Volume 23: Whispers Into Screams (Issues 133–138)

A new threat emerges as living people disguised as walkers attack, calling themselves The Whisperers. Tensions arise within Hilltop after Carl loses his temper. Some residents question both him and their leader. Meanwhile, Paul has captured a member of the Whisperers and discovers the full implications of this new threat to Hilltop.

Volume 24: Life and Death (Issues 139–144)

Carl continues to learn more about The Whisperers and a survivor's fate is decided while another steps down. Blunders are made and a deadly promise given that is all too real. Lines are crossed that will affect everyone.

Volume 25: No Turning Back (Issues 145–150)

Rick reveals the survivors who died at the hands of Alpha and the Whisperers. Residents of the communities demand retaliation and some question Rick's leadership. Rick declares war on the Whisperers and must use a former enemy as a last resort.

Volume 26: Call to Arms (Issues 151–156)

With the conflict against the Whisperers closing in, Rick must ensure the readiness of the community's newly formed militia while also dealing with various conflicts within the walls of each community, including the escape of a dangerous prisoner.

Volume 27: The Whisperer War (Issues 157–162)

The Militia engages in war with the Whisperers, with both sides having huge casualties. Meanwhile, the Whisperers attack one of the communities and destroy its defenses. With one last trump card, the Whisperers leads an ocean of walkers towards Alexandria.

Volume 28: A Certain Doom (Issues 163–168)

The horde of walkers reaches Alexandria so Rick and his community must survive while others try to steer the horde to the sea. The opportunistic Saviors make their move on an overwhelmed community.

Volume 29: Lines We Cross (Issues 169–174)

Recent events have thrown Alexandria into turmoil, and now Rick, Dwight, Eugene and Negan all have something to prove.

Volume 30: New World Order (Issues 175–180)

Eugene leads a group on a new mission to Ohio, where they encounter a new community unlike anything they have seen before.

Volume 31: The Rotten Core (Issues 181–186)

Rick leads the Commonwealth’s Governor, Pamela Milton, on a tour of the various communities Alexandria is aligned with. Naturally.. terrible things begin to happen very quickly.

Volume 32: Rest in Peace (Issues 187–192)


Michonne Special (March 16, 2012)

Michonne in the early days of the outbreak, also revealing the identity of her two pet walkers.

The Governor Special (February 13, 2013)

The Governor in his early days as the leader of Woodbury, as well as the fate of Scott Moon.

Free Comic Book Day Special (May 4, 2013)

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Collection of Morgan's, Michonne's, The Governor's and Tyreese's Specials.

Morgan Special (May 5, 2013)

The Morgan Special is a brief story consisting of six pages, featuring Morgan during the winter of the apocalypse.

Tyreese Special (October 9, 2013)

Tyreese, along with his daughter, Julie and her boyfriend, Chris, in the early days of the outbreak.

The Walking Dead: The Alien (April 20, 2016)

The Walking Dead: The Alien is a brief story consisting of 32 pages, featuring Jeffrey Grimes as he deals with the outbreak in Barcelona, Spain

Here's Negan (April 27, 2016 – July 26, 2017, October 4, 2017 (Hardcover))

Here's Negan is a stand-alone volume of Image Comics' The Walking Dead, featuring the backstory of Negan. The volume was initially separated and released into chapters consisting of four pages each, published monthly from April 27, 2016.

List of characters[edit]

Rick Grimes is the main character, a deputy who is comatose when the zombie apocalypse begins. With his wife Lori and son Carl, he joins with groups other survivors. He is joined by former best friend Shane, who secretly has a sexual relationship with Lori. The group consists of firm clerk and college graduate Andrea and her sister Amy, a mechanic named Jim, pizza delivery boy Glenn, car salesman Dale, shoe salesman Allen and his wife, Donna as well as their children, Ben and Billy. Lori and Carl form friendships with other survivors such as Carol and Sophia.

After leaving the camp, Rick gains a right-hand man and close friendship in Tyreese, who is accompanied by his daughter and her boyfriend. They soon find a farm run by Hershel Greene. Among Hershel's seven children is Maggie Greene, who forms a relationship with Glenn. As the group settle at a prison, they become conflicted with a group of surviving prisoners. Otis meets a katana-wielding survivor named Michonne, who is brought into the group, but struggles to acclimate, facing her own demons. Michonne, Rick and Glenn are later held in captivity by The Governor, a leader of a town called Woodbury who plan to take over the prison. Other Woodbury residents include Alice Warren, who changes sides to Rick's group and delivers Lori's baby, Bob Stookey, an army medic responsible for saving The Governor's life and Lilly, one of The Governor's soldiers.

After the prison assault, the remaining group survivors regroup at Hershel's farm, and meet Abraham Ford, Eugene Porter and Rosita Espinosa. The group travel to Washington DC where they are hunted by Chris, encounter Gabriel Stokes, a priest, and are then recruited by Aaron and his boyfriend, Eric to join the Alexandria Safe-Zone, run by congressman, Douglas Monroe. Among the residents are Heath and Dr. Denise Cloyd, who quickly become close allies to the core group, and eventually the conflicted Nicholas. Douglas' son, Spencer tries to form a relationship with Andrea. Rick falls in love with Jessie Anderson, an abused wife. Abraham forms a relationship with Holly, a member of the construction crew. A group of men, known as The Scavengers, tries to conquer Alexandria; the fight attracts a pack of walkers that invades the safe zone, leading to the death of a lot of Alexandrians. Later, the safe zone starts a trading network with the Hilltop Colony, with help from its scout Paul 'Jesus' Monroe. However, their safety is again threatened by the psychopathic Negan and his group known as The Saviors who reside in a factory. One of the Saviors, Dwight becomes an ally with the communities. The Hilltop and Alexandria join with The Kingdom run by King Ezekiel in a war against the Saviors.

After the war, newcomers such as Magna and Dante are introduced into the series. Another community out at sea is established, as well as safety perimeters across the DC area, which is violated by the presence of the Whisperers, a tribe of people disguised as the dead who have rejected the notion of re-establishing civilization. The leader, Alpha, antagonizes Rick as her daughter, Lydia, forms a sexual relationship with Carl. When Alpha's second in command, Beta, takes leadership of the group, he declares war against the communities.

The undead/reanimated[edit]

The 'zombie idea' developed by George Romero does not exist in The Walking Dead universe; hence, of all the myriad terms used to describe the undead by different communities, the word 'zombie' has been deliberately avoided. While it has been used extremely rarely in the comics, it has never been used in the television adaptation.

Rick's group classifies the undead as either walkers, roamers or lurkers, the former being more likely to venture toward a loud noise in search of human prey. Other names have been used by characters in the series, including biters and stinkers. The undead follow and mimic each other, which can result in enormous hordes travelling together, 'walking nonstop, following a sound they've all forgotten,' as Abraham puts it.[12]


Co-creator Robert Kirkman signing a copy of the first issue at the 2011 New York Comic Con.

The series received critical acclaim, winning the Eisner Award for Best Continuing Series in 2010[13] and prompting Eric Sunde of IGN comics to call it 'one of the best monthly comics available'.[14] Among its fans are author Max Brooks.[15] Because of the popularity of the series, which increased considerably when it was adapted into a television series of the same name, artist Tony Moore's original artwork for the series' early issues has gone up in value; on the March 28, 2013 episode of the VH1 reality television series For What It's Worth, Moore's original artwork for Page 7 of issue #1 was professionally appraised to be worth $20,000.[16]

Other media[edit]

Television adaptations[edit]

AMC picked up the rights to produce a show based on the comic in 2009.[17][18] It ordered a pilot episode on January 21, 2010[19] and began filming on May 15, 2010.[20] The series premiered on October 31, 2010 with high ratings.[21] On November 8, 2010, after broadcasting two episodes, AMC renewed The Walking Dead for a second season of 13 episodes,[22] which began on October 16, 2011.[23] The TV show is loosely inspired by the comic, introducing new characters and deviating from the comic in certain plot points.

The fifth season premiered on October 12, 2014, with Scott M. Gimple as the show's third showrunner. Gimple has said that he would stay closer in line to the comic book series events 'as much as possible', but ultimately remix stories with certain characters, referencing original characters introduced to the show and deceased characters alive in the comic book as a reason for this.[24]Robert Kirkman himself has mentioned that the series will follow much closer to the comic series with Gimple's run.[25] With the series' ninth season, which started broadcast in October 2018, Angela Kang was promoted to showrunner with Gimple now in charge of all Walking Dead properties at AMC. This also was accompanied by the largest deviation from the comics, with the departure of Rick Grimes, played by Andrew Lincoln, from the show, though Lincoln will reprise Rick in three feature-length films to be produced as AMC Originals that continue Rick's story with Kirkman's involvement.[26][27][28][29]

A companion television series, titled Fear the Walking Dead, debuted on AMC on August 23, 2015.[30] The series features new original characters, and it is set in the city of Los Angeles, California starting prior to the zombie apocalypse. It explores these new characters as the apocalypse begins. The series was created by Robert Kirkman and Dave Erickson, with Erickson serving as showrunner for the series. AMC ordered the series for a two-season commitment, with the first season consisting of six episodes.[31]

Animation comic[edit]

AMC released an animated short of the first part of Issue No. 1 of the comic with animation by Juice Films, voice acting by Phil LaMarr and art by Tony Moore.[32]

The Walking Dead: The Game[edit]

On February 18, 2011, Telltale Games announced plans to create an episodic video game based on the series,[33] which was scheduled to debut in fall 2011 and was released worldwide in April 2012. The Walking Dead: The Game consists of five episodes, released between April and November 2012. Additional downloadable content, 400 Days, was released in July 2013. Kirkman has said that, unlike typical zombie games such as Left 4 Dead, 'it [focuses] more on characterization and emotion than action'.[34]

The first episode of the sequel, The Walking Dead: Season Two, was released in December 2013 with episode 2 being released in March 2014, episode 3 in May 2014, episode 4 in July 2014 and episode 5 in August 2014.

The first episode of the second sequel, The Walking Dead: A New Frontier, was released in December 2016 with episode 2 being released December 2016, episode 3 in March 2017, episode 4 in April 2017 and episode 5 in May 2017.

The Walking Dead: The Final Season was released August 14, 2018; however, it was halted and on September 21, 2018, most of the staff was 'laid off' because of money issues. But as of October 6, Skybound founder and creator of The Walking Dead comic series, Robert Kirkman, has announced he will fund the last 2 episodes for he believes it is the ending the fans deserve.

The Walking Dead: The Game received widespread critical acclaim, with reviews giving praise for the emotion, characters, and plot.

The Walking Dead: All Out War[edit]

In January 2016, the Kings of War creator Mantic Games announced plans to release a tabletop miniature wargame based on The Walking Dead, named The Walking Dead: All Out War. The miniatures game was funded through the popular crowdfunding site Kickstarter. This product is available for order and first began shipping to backers on 7 November 2016.


A series of novels based on the comics, written by Robert Kirkman and Jay Bonansinga, were released between 2011 and 2014 focusing on the antagonist 'The Governor'. Taking place in the initial outbreak, the books chronicle his experiences from surviving in the newly ravaged world to the establishment of himself as leader of Woodbury, and finally tying up the conclusion to the prison arc storyline in the comics.

Following The Walking Dead: The Fall of the Governor, Bonansinga continued the Walking Dead novels as sole author, with Kirkman's name affixed to the title.

TitleISBNRelease DateAuthor(s)
The Walking Dead: Rise of the Governor9780312547738October 11, 2011Kirkman and Jay Bonansinga
The Walking Dead: The Road to Woodbury9780312547745October 16, 2012Kirkman and Jay Bonansinga
The Walking Dead: The Fall of the Governor Part One9781250020642October 8, 2013Kirkman and Jay Bonansinga
The Walking Dead: The Fall of the Governor Part Two9781447266822March 13, 2014Kirkman and Jay Bonansinga
Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead: Descent9781250057174October 14, 2014Jay Bonansinga
Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead: Invasion9781250058508October 6, 2015Jay Bonansinga
Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead: Search and Destroy9781250058515October 18, 2016Jay Bonansinga
Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead: Return to Woodbury9781250058522October 17, 2017Jay Bonansinga

Collected editions[edit]

The series has so far been assembled into the following collections:

Trade paperbacks[edit]

The trade paperbacks collect story arcs of six issues each, but contain only the story and none of the original cover art from the comics. Each paperback follows the convention of having a three-word title. The zombies in the cover art for each paperback form part of a larger image if placed end to end.

Each story arc is re-released in hardcover books containing two, omnibus editions containing four, and compendiums containing eight story arcs.

TitleISBNRelease DateCollected MaterialIssues PublishedHardcover Book NumberOmnibus NumberCompendium Number
The Walking Dead Vol. 1: Days Gone Bye1-58240-358-9May 12, 2004TWD #1–6October 2003 – March 2004111
The Walking Dead Vol. 2: Miles Behind Us1-58240-413-5November 24, 2004TWD #7–12April 2004 – September 2004
The Walking Dead Vol. 3: Safety Behind Bars1-58240-487-9May 18, 2005TWD #13–18October 2004 – April 20052
The Walking Dead Vol. 4: The Heart's Desire1-58240-530-1November 30, 2005TWD #19–24June 2005 – November 2005
The Walking Dead Vol. 5: The Best Defense1-58240-612-XSeptember 27, 2006TWD #25–30January 2006 – August 200632
The Walking Dead Vol. 6: This Sorrowful Life1-58240-684-7April 11, 2007TWD #31–36September 2006 – March 2007
The Walking Dead Vol. 7: The Calm Before1-58240-828-9September 26, 2007TWD #37–42April 2007 – September 20074
The Walking Dead Vol. 8: Made to Suffer1-58240-883-1June 25, 2008TWD #43–48October 2007 – April 2008
The Walking Dead Vol. 9: Here We Remain1-60706-022-1January 21, 2009TWD #49–54May 2008 – November 2008532
The Walking Dead Vol. 10: What We Become1-60706-075-2August 12, 2009TWD #55–60November 2008 – April 2009
The Walking Dead Vol. 11: Fear the Hunters1-60706-122-8January 6, 2010TWD #61–66May 2009 – October 20096
The Walking Dead Vol. 12: Life Among Them1-60706-254-2August 3, 2010TWD #67–72November 200 – May 2010
The Walking Dead Vol. 13: Too Far Gone1-60706-329-8November 23, 2010TWD #73–78June 2010 – October 201074
The Walking Dead Vol. 14: No Way Out1-60706-392-1June 22, 2011TWD #79–84November 2010 – April 2011
The Walking Dead Vol. 15: We Find Ourselves1-60706-440-5December 27, 2011TWD #85–90May 2011 – October 20118
The Walking Dead Vol. 16: A Larger World1-60706-559-2June 6, 2012TWD #91–96November 2011 – April 2012
The Walking Dead Vol. 17: Something to Fear1-60706-615-7November 21, 2012TWD #97–102May 2012 – September 2012953
The Walking Dead Vol. 18: What Comes After1-60706-687-4June 18, 2013TWD #103–108October 2012 – March 2013
The Walking Dead Vol. 19: March to War1-60706-818-4November 13, 2013TWD #109–114April 2013 – September 201310
The Walking Dead Vol. 20: All Out War (Part One)1-60706-882-6March 11, 2014TWD #115–120October 2013 – January 2014
The Walking Dead Vol. 21: All Out War (Part Two)1-63215-030-1July 29, 2014TWD #121–126February 2014 – April 2014116
The Walking Dead Vol. 22: A New Beginning1-63215-041-7November 5, 2014TWD #127–132May 2014 – October 2014
The Walking Dead Vol. 23: Whispers Into Screams1-63215-258-4May 12, 2015TWD #133–138October 2014 – March 201512
The Walking Dead Vol. 24: Life and Death1-63215-402-1August 26, 2015TWD #139–144March 2015 – July 2015
The Walking Dead Vol. 25: No Turning Back1-63215-659-8April 5, 2016TWD #145–150August 2015 – January 20161374
The Walking Dead Vol. 26: Call to Arms1-63215-917-1September 14, 2016TWD #151–156February 2016 – July 2016
The Walking Dead Vol. 27: The Whisperer War1-53430-052-XMarch 7, 2017TWD #157–162August 2016 – January 201714
The Walking Dead Vol. 28: A Certain Doom1-53430-244-1October 3, 2017TWD #163–168February 2017 – June 2017
The Walking Dead Vol. 29: Lines We Cross1-53430-497-5March 13, 2018TWD #169–174July 2017 – December 2017158
The Walking Dead Vol. 30: New World Order1-53430-497-5September 5, 2018TWD #175–180January 2018 – June 2018
The Walking Dead Vol. 31: The Rotten Core1-53431-052-5March 12, 2019TWD #181–186July 2018 – December 201816
The Walking Dead Vol. 32: Rest In Peace1-53431-241-2August 13, 2019TWD #187–192January 2019 – June 2019


All hardcovers contain the contents of the comics, including the covers, and in some cases bonus material. The books' trim size is larger than the paperbacks. Each hardcover contains two story arcs from the series. Signed versions of the books are available, each limited to 310 pieces.

The Walking Dead Comics Wiki

TitleISBNRelease DateCollected MaterialCover Character
The Walking Dead: Book One978-1582406190July 19, 2006TWD #1–12Rick
The Walking Dead: Book Two978-1582406985March 7, 2007TWD #13–24Michonne
The Walking Dead: Book Three978-1582408255December 19, 2007TWD #25–36The Governor
The Walking Dead: Book Four978-1607060000October 29, 2008TWD #37–48Lori and Judith
The Walking Dead: Book Five978-1607061717May 5, 2010TWD #49–60Abraham
The Walking Dead: Book Six978-1607063278October 26, 2010TWD #61–72Carl
The Walking Dead: Book Seven978-1607064398October 18, 2011TWD #73–84Rick
The Walking Dead: Book Eight978-1607065937September 26, 2012TWD #85–96Andrea
The Walking Dead: Book Nine978-1607067986September 17, 2013TWD #97–108Negan
The Walking Dead: Book Ten978-1632150349September 3, 2014TWD #109–120Ezekiel
The Walking Dead: Book Eleven978-1632152718February 25, 2015TWD #121–132Paul 'Jesus' Monroe
The Walking Dead: Book Twelve978-1632154514September 30, 2015TWD #133–144Rick
The Walking Dead: Book Thirteen978-1632159168October 5, 2016TWD #145–156Alpha
The Walking Dead: Book Fourteen978-1534303294October 11, 2017TWD #157–168Dwight
The Walking Dead: Book Fifteen978-1534308503October 10, 2018TWD #169–180Juanita 'Princess' Sanchez
The Walking Dead: Book Sixteen978-1534313255September 10, 2019TWD #181-192

Omnibus editions[edit]

Limited omnibus editions collect 24 issues in a slipcase with several extras. The first volume is autographed by Kirkman and Adlard, with 300 copies printed. Subsequent volumes had print runs of 3000 each, along with deluxe limited editions (signed by Kirkman/Adlard) of 300 copies.

The Walking Dead Volume 1 Deluxe HC
TitleISBNRelease DateCollected Material
The Walking Dead: Volume 1 Deluxe HC1-58240-511-5December 14, 2005TWD #1–24
The Walking Dead: Volume 2 Deluxe HC1-60706-029-9February 17, 2009TWD #25–48
The Walking Dead: Volume 3 Deluxe HC1-60706-330-1February 2, 2011TWD #49–72
The Walking Dead: Volume 4 Deluxe HC1-60706-616-5December 12, 2012TWD #73–96
The Walking Dead: Volume 5 Deluxe HC1-63215-042-5November 19, 2014TWD #97–120
The Walking Dead: Volume 6 Deluxe HC1-63215-521-4December 2, 2015TWD #121–144
The Walking Dead: Volume 7 Deluxe HC1-53430-335-9November 7, 2017TWD #145–168
The Walking Dead: Volume 8 Deluxe HC1-53431-356-7November 12, 2019TWD #169-192

Compendium editions[edit]

Softcover compendium editions collect 48 comic issues each. They are also available as limited hardcover editions (Red Foil Version[35] for Compendium 1, Gold Foil Version[36] for Compendium 2, and Gold Foil Version[37] for Compendium 3).

TitleISBNRelease DateCollected Material
The Walking Dead: Compendium One1-60706-076-0May 6, 2009TWD #1–48
The Walking Dead: Compendium Two1-60706-596-7October 3, 2012TWD #49–96
The Walking Dead: Compendium Three1-63215-456-0October 13, 2015TWD #97–144
The Walking Dead: Compendium Four1-53431-340-0October 8, 2019TWD #145-192

Box sets[edit]

TitleProduct codeISBNRelease DateCollected Material
The Walking Dead 15th Anniversary Box SetDiamond Code APR1889231-53431-023-1/978-1-53431-023-02018-10-13TWD #1–144 (TWD Compendium #1-3)[38][39]

Other publications[edit]

Several ancillary books and a special edition have also been published:

TitleISBNRelease DateDescription
The Walking Dead Survivors' Guide1-60706-458-8November 1, 2011A detailed guide to every character featured in the comics as of its publication
The Walking Dead 100 Project (hardcover)1-60706-801-XSeptember 25, 2013One hundred covers sketched by various artists commemorating issue #100
The Walking Dead 100 Project (paperback)1-60706-799-4October 8, 2013
The Walking Dead: The Covers – Volume 11-60706-002-7October 6, 2010Collection of the cover art for The Walking Dead #1–50 (Vol. 1) and #51–100 (Vol. 2)
The Walking Dead: The Covers – Volume 21-60706-595-9July 9, 2013
The Walking Dead: All Out War Artist's Proof Edition1-63215-038-7October 1, 2014All Out War parts 1 and 2, The Walking Dead #115–126, with its original pencil artwork; cover art features Rick and Negan


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