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The Walking Dead Volume 4: The Heart's Desire by Robert Kirkman
The Walking Dead Volume 4: The Heart's Desire

bradshaw.pm, March 30, 2007

A Great Story of Love Amongst the Zombies.

If Volume 3 was Safety Behind Bars, this installment in the zombie series should be Volume 3.5: Nobody Is Safe. It is still a great series. What more can be said? Kirkman is writing a Modern Zombie Classic, that really about the true nature of humanity. And human frailties are very present in this installment.

If there’s a god in Hollywood, he should be making Walking Dead movies, right now.
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Walking Dead #03: Safety Behind Bars by Robert Kirkman
Walking Dead #03: Safety Behind Bars

bradshaw.pm, March 30, 2007

The Zombie Classic Continues.

How can Robert Kirkman possibly top Volumes 1 and 2 (comic books 1-12) of The Walking Dead series? I don’t know. But he does it again, here, with Volume 3.

What’s worse – the zombie threat, or the threat the survivors pose to each other?
You’ll have to read the million shades of gray in this edition of the zombie classic!
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Miles Behind Us :Walking Dead Volume 2 by Robert Kirkman
Miles Behind Us :Walking Dead Volume 2

bradshaw.pm, March 30, 2007

The Zombie Classic Returns!

There is only one thing better than Volume 1 of Robert Kirkman’s Walking Dead.
And that’s Volume 2.

The story is great, the artwork is fantastic.
Have I mentioned that this may be the Greatest Zombie Story EVER ?

The Walking Dead: There Is No Substitute.
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Walking Dead #05: The Best Defense by Robert Kirkman
Walking Dead #05: The Best Defense

bradshaw.pm, March 30, 2007

Strayed A Bit . . .

Volume 5 (comic books 25-30) strayed a bit for me. We’re introduced to a new bad guy, and it just seems like a character we’ve seen before – the cruel governor of the hopeless town that rules with an iron fist. The man in white in Godfather 2, Gene Hackman’s character in The Quick and the Dead, every bad guy in every Zorro movie…

And some of the characters seem… off. Not reacting in ways those characters should be. Rick Grimes wife, the young guy who goes on the search mission with Grimes… off.

Not the best of the bunch, but still a part of the best thing to happen to the zombie genre in 20 years.
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The Walking Dead

bradshaw.pm, March 30, 2007

If you're looking for one of the many volumes of Robert Kirkman's zombie comic book series, The Walking Dead, this is NOT a part of it.

This is a "rules" book for a role-playing game.
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