The Walking Dead Compendium 1 - £25.99 delivered @ Amazon
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The Walking Dead Compendium 1 - £25.99 delivered @ Amazon

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Found 15th Mar 2011Made hot 15th Mar 2011
Cheapest I have seen it for a while as normally £30-£40 (RRP £45) - huge Walking Dead Compendium 1 consisting of issues 1-48 in a massive paperback version. Over 1000 pages long.

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mod

Zombie hamster heat added

Everyone must own this

Original Poster

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AMAZING SERIES, I could watch this for years and years.

Lovin it

canada16

AMAZING SERIES, I could watch this for years and years.



Surely you mean read it
The comic has been as strong as it first started [years ago]

Original Poster

andywedge

Zombie hamster heat added



cool - the hamster seal of approval

How closely does the series follow the book? I love the walking dead, but I wouldn't want to read what will happen in the series, would be a bit of a spoiler.

ledzepploid

How closely does the series follow the book? I love the walking dead, but … How closely does the series follow the book? I love the walking dead, but I wouldn't want to read what will happen in the series, would be a bit of a spoiler.



Weeeelll, there's stuff that's the same and stuff that isn't. The campfire episode is pretty much from the book (it was written by Kirkman) but, for instance, the guy who gets handcuffed to the roof is a complete invention.

So: you can watch and not be sure what's going to happen, plus if you read this comic you'll be some four seasons into the show! AND there's another 25 issues after this too. So it comes down to: do you want to just watch a TV show, or do you want to read a comic which has no end in sight and is as good today as it was when it started.

tomwe

Weeeelll, there's stuff that's the same and stuff that isn't. The … Weeeelll, there's stuff that's the same and stuff that isn't. The campfire episode is pretty much from the book (it was written by Kirkman) but, for instance, the guy who gets handcuffed to the roof is a complete invention.So: you can watch and not be sure what's going to happen, plus if you read this comic you'll be some four seasons into the show! AND there's another 25 issues after this too. So it comes down to: do you want to just watch a TV show, or do you want to read a comic which has no end in sight and is as good today as it was when it started.



I thought that the guy on the roof top turns up later in the comic?

Nope!

Zombie Nicola also adds heat.

Loved this until Tony Moore left (yes I am one of those people who cant just enjoy the story).

Amazing deal! I would buy this if I didn't already own the hardback volumes!

Read it.

I hate it when they make a comic out of a TV show.

the series is useless compared to the comic, buy this and scrap the lame tv series

Voting cold as I've already read this.

Just kidding - excellent price for an excellent read. Heat added.

tomwe

Weeeelll, there's stuff that's the same and stuff that isn't. The … Weeeelll, there's stuff that's the same and stuff that isn't. The campfire episode is pretty much from the book (it was written by Kirkman) but, for instance, the guy who gets handcuffed to the roof is a complete invention.So: you can watch and not be sure what's going to happen, plus if you read this comic you'll be some four seasons into the show! AND there's another 25 issues after this too. So it comes down to: do you want to just watch a TV show, or do you want to read a comic which has no end in sight and is as good today as it was when it started.



Cheers Tom. Actually I think I will just watch the TV series, what I like about the TV series is there is no reading involved.

Excellent price.

Money well spent this comic is awesome and even if you've seen the show then do it. It has a slightly different direction to the tv series so you may not being stumbling across spoilers. It worth checking out to see what inspired the show.

I can't imagine the TV series ever getting quite as dark as some of the stuff in the comics (e.g the Governor, etc.), I enjoyed season 1 of the TV series and I'm looking forward to season 2 (especially as it's due for a 13 episode run) but I don't think they'll ever outstrip the brilliance of the comics.
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