The Walking Dead, Book Two

The Walking Dead, Book Two

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by Robert Kirkman
     
 

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  • This hardcover features issues #13-24 of the hit series along with the covers for each of the issues, all in one oversized hardcover volume. Continuing the tale of Rick Grimes and his band of survivors from the zombie apocalypse that has ravaged the world.
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  • This hardcover features issues #13-24 of the hit series along with the covers for each of the issues, all in one oversized hardcover volume. Continuing the tale of Rick Grimes and his band of survivors from the zombie apocalypse that has ravaged the world.

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ISBN-13:
9781582406985
Publisher:
Image Comics
Publication date:
05/02/2007
Series:
Walking Dead Series
Pages:
304
Sales rank:
29,003
Product dimensions:
7.40(w) x 11.10(h) x 0.80(d)
Age Range:
16 - 18 Years

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The Walking Dead, Book Two 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 20 reviews.
JEN-E-- More than 1 year ago
I still like the TV series better than the comics and especially better than the novels.  Rick Grimes is no victim to his demons, like the comics portray him.  Tyrese is not his second in command, as Daryl is in the TV series.  Rick cut HERSHEL's lower left leg off in good conscience that saved his life and kept Rick in approval with the members of his group--Allen's foot seemed to alienate Rick from his group and commenced the idea that Rick is going crazy.  You see, in the series it is Lori's death during childbirth that took him over the edge.  He beat Tyrese, far from what the comics illustrated.  Carol would never have slit her wrists in anguish over her break up with Tyrese, Michonne is a LIBERATED character in the series:  doing great things for the group.  I mean--Really?  Tyrese would never have gotten such an "introduction" from Michonne the way he did in the comics.  "Scared makes you stupid, and stupid get's you killed" is what I remember her telling Tyrese.  He does die honorably in the TV series--no argument about that.  There are no "law barriers" in the comics from Rick, making him appear weaker and indecisive.  As I stated before, in my review for Book One Volume One, Dale and Andrea as lovers makes my skin crawl:  but I did like both characters in the series.  Sophia should be long dead by now, and Lori has too much mouth.  I will continue reading, because that's what a true Walking Dead fan needs to do.  It is our duty to know all avenues of development to The Walking Dead.  The comics are just where the plight began, the TV series is the result of fruitful conquests, maturity meeting experience and well developed characters 
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Collecting trade paperback Volumes 3 & 4 (comic books 13-24) this is a great story of life amongst the zombies. How can Robert Kirkman possibly top what came before? I don¿t know. But he does it again, here. 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 to find out! 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.