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Volume 1: Days Gone Bye Volume 2: Miles Behind Us Volume 3: Safety Behind Bars Volume 4: The Heart's Desire Volume 5: The Best Defense Volume 6: This Sorrowful Life Volume 7: The Calm Before Volume 8: Made To Suffer Volume 9: Here We Remain Volume 10: What We Become Volume 11: Fear The Hunters Volume 12: Life Among Them Volume 13: Too Far Gone Volume 14: No Way Out Volume 15: We Find Ourselves Volume 16: A Larger World Volume 17: Something To Fear Volume 18: What Comes After Volume 19: March To War Volume 20: All Out War - Part One Volume 21: All Out War - Part Two Volume 22: A New Beginning Volume 23: Whispers Into Screams Volume 24: Life And Death Volume 25: No Turning Back Volume 26: Call To Arms Volume 27: The Whisperer War Volume 28: A Certain Doom Volume 29: Lines We Cross Volume 30: New World Order Volume 31: The Rotten Core Volume 32: Rest In Peace The Walking Dead was a monthly black-and-white American comic that started in 2003, and was created and written by Robert Kirkman with artist Tony Moore. The current artists for the series are Charlie Adlard, Stefano Gaudiano, Cliff Rathburn and Dave Stewart. along the way I've come up with dozens of other things to do with the book that will keep it going and keep it interesting for years to come. The comic is published by Image Comics and Skybound Entertainment. When I started, I had mapped the book up to about where I am now, actually. I'm constantly thinking of new and horrible things that will happen to these characters. I love them so much, but I love doing terrible things to them. I pretty much write things on the go from issue to issue, but I follow a larger plot I've got mapped out for some time. That's how life is--we never know what's going to come next. so while I do have a road map--if a side road pops up on the horizon at the last minute, I don't hesitate to go that route knowing that I can eventually get back on the main road at a later date. I have a solid plot through Issue 200 and general ideas that could continue after that. I'm at a point with the series where I plot in 24 issue chunks, loosely... I try to have at least 4 of those chunks planned, but there are times when a new chunk of issues is dropped in and things get pushed back... Basically, I'm saying this book looks like it will be around for a while. Yes, a few [times], but I can't mention some because they haven't happened yet. Dexter and Andrew were originally just going to leave the prison--and not try to kick everyone out. But when I was writing Issue 18, I figured "these guys wouldn't just leave." So I had to change the ending. I also wasn't planning on killing Allen, I loved Allen, until the issue he died in was being written. I do plan on doing at least 300 issues, but if I'm having this much fun then I won't stop there. Originally, Hershel was going to lose a leg, not Allen, but I decided so much bad stuff had happened to Hershel already with losing his kids and all, having him then also lose a leg would seem unrealistic... It just seemed like it needed the extra punch of him dying... Also, if I suddenly start having a lot LESS fun, I may end it earlier, but I don't see that happening. although there are some REALLY cool changes coming up in Issue 127. I'm in for the long haul, and Charlie Adlard is too. As to the cause of the zombie outbreak, Kirkman wrote, "I have ideas [about the cause of the zombie plague]... kind of." In regard to the timeline, Robert Kirkman wrote in 2007, "The Walking Dead takes place in our world, as if this stuff had started happening in October 2003 and continued from there. I don't want to be specific it also smells funny in there."I'm not trying to scare anybody. but it's nothing set in stone because I never plan on writing it. Now, (Issue 38) in the book it's still only like... If that somehow happens as a result of reading this comic that's great, but really... What you now hold in your hands is the most serious piece of work I've done so far in my career. June 2004 at this point (If you're keeping track)." "[The Walking Dead] is set in modern times... I'm the guy that created Battle Pope; I hope you guys realize what a stretch this is for me. but the book started in 2003 and only a year has passed in the book. It's really not that hard to believe me when you realize that I'm diving into subject matter that is so utterly serious and dramatic. To me, the best zombie movies aren't the splatter fests of gore and violence with goofy characters and tongue in cheek antics. Good zombies movies show us how messed up we are, they make us question our station in society... They show us gore and violence and all that cool stuff too... The needed info is somewhere on this page I'm sure, so there's really no excuse. but there's always an undercurrent of social commentary and thoughtfulness. With "The Walking Dead" I want to explore how people deal with extreme situations and how these events CHANGE them. It'll give you something to do while you wait for the second issue, but I promise... I'm in this for the long haul, and I'm pretty sure Tony is too. I like the term "survivalist adventure." I think that one works well with what we're trying to do. I've been working with Tony Moore for as long as I can remember. I can really tell that he shares my immense love for the subject matter. I couldn't be more pleased with how it's turning out. So let us know, tell us what you liked, tell us what you didn't like. You guy are going to see Rick change and mature to the point that when you look back on this issue you won't even recognize him. This book is more about watching Rick survive than it is about watching zombies pop around the corner and scare you. All the story commentary aside, at the very least, even if you hate the thing... I've SEEN Tony's work, I KNOW Tony's work, and I've got to say... I hope you guys are looking forward to a sprawling epic, because that's the idea of this one. Volume 1: Days Gone Bye Volume 2: Miles Behind Us Volume 3: Safety Behind Bars Volume 4: The Heart's Desire Volume 5: The Best Defense Volume 6: This Sorrowful Life Volume 7: The Calm Before Volume 8: Made To Suffer Volume 9: Here We Remain Volume 10: What We Become Volume 11: Fear The Hunters Volume 12: Life Among Them Volume 13: Too Far Gone Volume 14: No Way Out Volume 15: We Find Ourselves Volume 16: A Larger World Volume 17: Something To Fear Volume 18: What Comes After Volume 19: March To War Volume 20: All Out War - Part One Volume 21: All Out War - Part Two Volume 22: A New Beginning Volume 23: Whispers Into Screams Volume 24: Life And Death Volume 25: No Turning Back Volume 26: Call To Arms Volume 27: The Whisperer War Volume 28: A Certain Doom Volume 29: Lines We Cross Volume 30: New World Order Volume 31: The Rotten Core Volume 32: Rest In Peace The Walking Dead was a monthly black-and-white American comic that started in 2003, and was created and written by Robert Kirkman with artist Tony Moore. The current artists for the series are Charlie Adlard, Stefano Gaudiano, Cliff Rathburn and Dave Stewart. along the way I've come up with dozens of other things to do with the book that will keep it going and keep it interesting for years to come. The comic is published by Image Comics and Skybound Entertainment. When I started, I had mapped the book up to about where I am now, actually. I'm constantly thinking of new and horrible things that will happen to these characters. I love them so much, but I love doing terrible things to them. I pretty much write things on the go from issue to issue, but I follow a larger plot I've got mapped out for some time. That's how life is--we never know what's going to come next. so while I do have a road map--if a side road pops up on the horizon at the last minute, I don't hesitate to go that route knowing that I can eventually get back on the main road at a later date. I have a solid plot through Issue 200 and general ideas that could continue after that. I'm at a point with the series where I plot in 24 issue chunks, loosely... I try to have at least 4 of those chunks planned, but there are times when a new chunk of issues is dropped in and things get pushed back... Basically, I'm saying this book looks like it will be around for a while. Yes, a few [times], but I can't mention some because they haven't happened yet. Dexter and Andrew were originally just going to leave the prison--and not try to kick everyone out. But when I was writing Issue 18, I figured "these guys wouldn't just leave." So I had to change the ending. I also wasn't planning on killing Allen, I loved Allen, until the issue he died in was being written. I do plan on doing at least 300 issues, but if I'm having this much fun then I won't stop there. Originally, Hershel was going to lose a leg, not Allen, but I decided so much bad stuff had happened to Hershel already with losing his kids and all, having him then also lose a leg would seem unrealistic... It just seemed like it needed the extra punch of him dying... Also, if I suddenly start having a lot LESS fun, I may end it earlier, but I don't see that happening. although there are some REALLY cool changes coming up in Issue 127. I'm in for the long haul, and Charlie Adlard is too. As to the cause of the zombie outbreak, Kirkman wrote, "I have ideas [about the cause of the zombie plague]... kind of." In regard to the timeline, Robert Kirkman wrote in 2007, "The Walking Dead takes place in our world, as if this stuff had started happening in October 2003 and continued from there. I don't want to be specific it also smells funny in there."I'm not trying to scare anybody. but it's nothing set in stone because I never plan on writing it. Now, (Issue 38) in the book it's still only like... If that somehow happens as a result of reading this comic that's great, but really... What you now hold in your hands is the most serious piece of work I've done so far in my career. June 2004 at this point (If you're keeping track)." "[The Walking Dead] is set in modern times... I'm the guy that created Battle Pope; I hope you guys realize what a stretch this is for me. but the book started in 2003 and only a year has passed in the book. It's really not that hard to believe me when you realize that I'm diving into subject matter that is so utterly serious and dramatic. To me, the best zombie movies aren't the splatter fests of gore and violence with goofy characters and tongue in cheek antics. Good zombies movies show us how messed up we are, they make us question our station in society... They show us gore and violence and all that cool stuff too... The needed info is somewhere on this page I'm sure, so there's really no excuse. but there's always an undercurrent of social commentary and thoughtfulness. With "The Walking Dead" I want to explore how people deal with extreme situations and how these events CHANGE them. It'll give you something to do while you wait for the second issue, but I promise... I'm in this for the long haul, and I'm pretty sure Tony is too. I like the term "survivalist adventure." I think that one works well with what we're trying to do. I've been working with Tony Moore for as long as I can remember. I can really tell that he shares my immense love for the subject matter. I couldn't be more pleased with how it's turning out. So let us know, tell us what you liked, tell us what you didn't like. You guy are going to see Rick change and mature to the point that when you look back on this issue you won't even recognize him. This book is more about watching Rick survive than it is about watching zombies pop around the corner and scare you. All the story commentary aside, at the very least, even if you hate the thing... I've SEEN Tony's work, I KNOW Tony's work, and I've got to say... I hope you guys are looking forward to a sprawling epic, because that's the idea of this one.

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