The Walking Dead Compendium Volume 1
After joining with some other survivors, he gradually takes on the role of leader of a community as it struggles to survive the zombie apocalypse. First issued in by publisher Image Comics , the comic is written by Kirkman  with art by Moore issues No. The television program loosely follows the storyline of the comic book. 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 s. The Walking Dead debuted in , 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.
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It's a great read, I'm only half way through it but I can't put it down. They story is pretty fast-paced and the illustrations are very well done. I kinda wish they put in the issue covers though. I got after I saw the television adaptation on AMC and honestly, I hope they don't put some of this stuff on TV because some of it is really messed up stuff. Absolutely addicting! I found myself flying through the pages wanting to know exactly what would happen next! Compendium 2 and 3 are definitely on my list of near-future purchases!