The Walking Dead, Vol. 1: Days Gone Bye

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  • Title: The Walking Dead, Vol. 1: Days Gone Bye
  • Author: Robert Kirkman Tony Moore
  • ISBN: 9781582406725
  • Page: 246
  • Format: Paperback
  • How many hours are in a day when you don t spend half of them watching television When is the last time any of us REALLY worked to get something we wanted How long has it been since any of us really NEEDED something that we WANTED The world we knew is gone.The world of commerce and frivolous necessity has been replaced by a world of survival and responsibility.An epidemicHow many hours are in a day when you don t spend half of them watching television When is the last time any of us REALLY worked to get something we wanted How long has it been since any of us really NEEDED something that we WANTED The world we knew is gone.The world of commerce and frivolous necessity has been replaced by a world of survival and responsibility.An epidemic of apocalyptic proportions has swept the globe causing the dead to rise and feed on the living.In a matter of months society has crumbled government, no grocery stores, no mail delivery, no cable TV.In a world ruled by the dead, we are forced to finally start living.

    The Walking Dead TV series The Walking Dead is an American post apocalyptic horror television series developed by Frank Darabont for AMC that is based on the comic book series by Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore, and Charlie Adlard Andrew Lincoln plays the show s lead character, sheriff s deputy Rick Grimes, who awakens from a coma discovering a world overrun by zombies, commonly referred to as walkers. The Walking Dead, Vol The world we knew is gone The world of commerce and frivolous necessity has been replaced by a world of survival and responsibility An epidemic of apocalyptic proportions has swept the globe, causing the dead to rise and feed on the living. The Walking Dead TV Series Created by Frank Darabont, Angela Kang With Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Melissa McBride, Lauren Cohan Sheriff Deputy Rick Grimes wakes up from a coma to learn the world is in ruins, and must lead a group of survivors to stay alive. The Walking Dead Season Andrew Lincoln Season takes everything to a new level as the group tries to recover from the disaster at Hershel s farm One of the taglines of the series is Kill the dead, fear the living and in this season the living prove to be as great a threat as the dead. Walking Dead Wiki FANDOM powered by Wikia Welcome to The Walking Dead Wikia collaborative website for the continuing story of the survival horror, The Walking Dead, that anyone can edit WARNING The Walking Dead Wiki is updated to include all information about the comic series, novels, video games, and television shows, including The Walking Dead srie tlvise Wikipdia modifier The Walking Dead Note est une srie tlvise d horreur et dramatique amricaine , adapte par Frank Darabont et Robert Kirkman , crateur de la bande dessine du mme nom , diffuse depuis le octobre sur AMC En France , la srie est diffuse depuis le mars sur OCS Choc , en Belgique , au Luxembourg , depuis le avril sur Be Sries et en The Walking Dead comic book The Walking Dead is an ongoing black and white comic book series created by writer Robert Kirkman and artist Tony Moore It focuses on Rick Grimes, a Kentucky deputy who is shot in the line of duty and awakens from a coma in a zombie apocalypse that has resulted in a state wide quarantine After joining with other survivors, including his loved ones, he gradually takes on the role of leader of The Walking Dead All Out War miniatures game The Walking Dead All Out War is an excellent tabletop adaptation of the comic book series, making fantastic use of its source material s bleak fight for survival. The Walking Dead on Steam About This Game Gain access to the full season episodes of The Walking Dead by purchasing the Season Pass, which will act as your gateway to every episode of the game. The Walking Dead serie televisiva The Walking Dead una serie televisiva statunitense prodotta dal . Ideata dal regista Frank Darabont, la serie basata sull omonima serie a fumetti scritta da Robert Kirkman, anche produttore esecutivo dello show, illustrata da Tony Moore e Charlie Adlard e pubblicata dalla Image Comics.Rispetto al fumetto, di cui comunque vengono seguite le linee guida a livello di trama, la serie

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    1. LolaReviewer on said:

      This is so, so, so, so good. It doesn’t try to be disgusting and it doesn’t mainly focus on the zombies, surprisingly. It’s more about the little community of survivors and their relationships, their helping each other out, their trying to find a way out of this pit of death. I felt desolate to see some characters gone too soon or left behind, but I have some hope of seeing new ones in the future that will make me stop missing the departed ones.Great, great comic series.

    2. Nat on said:

      This review contains *spoilers* for both the tv show (season 1 &2) and the graphic novel.I absolutely loved the first two seasons of The Walking Dead, so I decided why not give the comic books a chance. And I was not disappointed. This volume brought back so many memories of the show for me and reminded me of just how much I loved it— even with the jump scares. But The Walking Dead doesn’t only focus on the gore of killing zombies, it also explores how people deal with extreme situations [...]

    3. Stephen on said:

      4.0 stars. You can see by the ratings and the other reviews of this book that a lot of people think very highly of this series and it is certainly justified. This is the kind of excellence in both writing and art that make the graphic novel an incredibly power medium when it is done well. Here… is done very well indeed. The writing and the art are superb and I don’t think you could ask for better.Basically, the set up is very familiar. It is a zombie apocalypse, society has broken down and t [...]

    4. Anne on said:

      Kudos to Image Comics for saving all that money on a colorist (better, Erica?)!I get it, I get it! I'm frugal, too. In fact, (view spoiler)[ We just got back from a family vacation. And the entire time, I couldn't get my youngest to eat anything they served for breakfast at the place we were staying. And they had EVERYTHING there! Waffles with strawberries and whipped creamm.But she's 6, and none of it tasted like Mommy's food.On day 3, I spied their stash of Froot Loops.Yes! We're SAVED!Or not. [...]

    5. Jon on said:

      I wanted to really like volume one of The Walking Dead. Most people do like it. They like it a lot. I didn't, which doesn't make anyone better or smarter than anyone else, we just have different tastes.I appreciate Robert Kirkman wanting to write a social commentary and not just a horror story, but I don't know that he needs to state this in the introduction - all good zombie (and horror) stories are dealing with more than just the surface material, so Kirkman emphasizing his social commentary s [...]

    6. Alejandro on said:

      The days won't be same anymore!This is the first volume of the softcover editions of "The Walking Dead", collecting the comic book issues from #1 to #6.Creative Team:Writer: Robert KirkmanIllustrators: Tony Moore Additional gray tones to inking: Tony Moore Chapter OneDAYS GONE BYERick Officer Rick Grimes at your service.This chapter is the epic beginning of the mega popular franchise of The Walking Dead that first was comic books, then expanded to a TV series and now there are even prose novels. [...]

    7. Bookdragon Sean on said:

      Whether you’re a comic book fan or a television buff, one thing remains certain: Rick Grimes is a badass. He’s resourceful too, a real survivor. When other members of the fledgling group are panicking and running around like headless chickens, he acts. When they argue about the next move they should take or which option is safest, Rick, again, acts. He doesn’t mess about. You’ve got to give it to the small town sheriff, he quickly realises what he must do to keep his family alive. And it [...]

    8. Fables&Wren on said:

      WrensReads Review:So I am reading the first compendium again so I can read the second and the third. This time, I will rate them by the volume that they are.If you have seen the first/second episode of the show, you basically know what goes on in the first volume with some minor changes. Someone lives, some characters don't exist and some characters aren't in the show.The zombie apocalypse is upon the characters in this book (and they have never heard the word zombie). A lone police officer wake [...]

    9. Annie on said:

      I have to believe that readers of dystopian fiction or apocalyptic fiction harbour the belief that the world bound by the printer’s ink is definitely looming; would one day come true. Or at the very least hope it does. I myself cannot stop from venturing into the implications of the dawn of the walking dead. (see what I did there? Too obvious? :/ ) What would I do first? Ah the possibilities! Of course the romance would strip away if such a dawn actually arrivestut tut tut. I would possibly fi [...]

    10. Meredith Holley (Sparrow) on said:

      Okay, is this where the random bolding phenomenon is coming from?? Have you all known this and not told me? Is it just so you can laugh behind my back? See? I can’t even randomly bold if I try. It always ends up being for emphasis. This book is about don’t give kids guns. That’s pretty much it. But, sometimes, you know . . . zombie apocalypse . . . sounds like a good idea to give a kid a gun. And if you think that, you’re an idiot.My dad used to keep a lot of guns in the house at one par [...]

    11. Lou on said:

      We are amidst a Zombie phenomena, well they have been around since that movie Night of the Living Dead, But did not have as much coverage, there is so many novels and movies now with a zombie theme.Some neat artwork here representing a zombie gore feast of a struggle for a band of humans against the odds for survival.This is as most people know the genisis of the tv-series of the same name. I have watched one episode with some reservations due to the gore level and wanted to read the graphic nov [...]

    12. Jessica (priceiswong) on said:

      I really liked this! I've watched a few of the first episodes on TV, and honestly I liked this so much more. Maybe it's because I'm a baby and I don't think the zombies look as scary as in the show? Maybe that's part of the reason. But this was really good!

    13. Laurie –A Court of Books– on said:

      "It's not the same as killing the dead ones, Daddy.""It never should be, son.It never should be." I'm so glad I finally decided to read the comic! It was so powerful to have more depth and more layers to the story, and the comic form is as addictive as the series. It is basically the same story in both but it still gave me the feels.I felt peace, hope and calmI felt pain, sorrow and griefI felt hatred, heartbreak and disappointmentIt is so weird to see the character so unaware of what will happe [...]

    14. Brendon Schrodinger on said:

      For everyone not in the know I have a soft spot for apocalyptic fiction. My first SF read as a burgeoning nerd was The Day of the Triffids. It certainly moulded me into the reader that I am today. But although these stories are fiction, the more scientifically removed from reality zombie type apocalypse is by far not my favourite. Nuclear fallout, deadly virus, environmental collapse; these all seem entirely plausible. But there is no precedence for zombies despite fans holding onto the parasite [...]

    15. Justin on said:

      I'm a complete amateur when it comes to this stuff, but I'm really enjoying my time exploring comics and graphic novels. It's hard to rate them because I don't have anything else to really compare them against since I've only read two, so four stars is my baseline for now. I watched the first few seasons of the show, but then I lost interest when they just wandered around a farm for episode after episode. I get bored easily so I moved on to something else, probably Breaking Bad or something, I d [...]

    16. StoryTellerShannon on said:

      I think some of the pleasure of reading this graphic novel was taken away from watching the first two seasons of the TV series. There obviously weren't that many surprises and I would say 75% of the graphic novel was like several of the episodes. Without giving spoilers I'd say certain parts of the TV series were better. Probably because they built on the comic which came first. Then again, some instances of the graphic novel were better than the series so I don't feel I'm biased towards one or [...]

    17. Dirk Grobbelaar on said:

      I’m also one of the stooges who came to the party late. That’s to say, I watched the series before reading the book, or graphic novel to be exact. Heck, when I purchased “the complete season one” I wasn’t even aware that it was based on a book. Now, when something like this happens, there is absolutely no way to undo it. There is no way to un-remember the visual medium and any first impressions, so it’s all spilt milk.But it is every goodreader’s sworn duty, if you’ve enjoyed the [...]

    18. An on said:

      A completely inappropriate birthday gift for someone with necrofobia - or pseudonecrofobia - or hemi-necrofobia - or pauci-animafobia.Well written. Vividly, horrifically, (in my opinion poorly) illustrated with images that stalk and haunt my waking dreams.I vote - NO.I have tried to destroy, give away and recycle this book but it keeps showing up on my shelf. It will not die. I store a copy of the Zombie Survival Guide next to it and it seems to keep it at bay. It does a good job of obscuring th [...]

    19. Rachel Reads Ravenously on said:

      Wow. I probably won't review all of these, but I really enjoyed this one. Shane was cuckoo crazy, Lori is still as annoying as she is on the tv show. No Daryl, but he wasn't in the books. Looking forward to more!

    20. Sarah on said:

      I don't watch the TV show but I really enjoyed this comic. It was interesting and I liked how it focused on people and what would happen to people if there was a zombie apocalypse. I loved the introduction. I really liked the work Tony Moore did too. The comic has left me wanting more and I can't wait to see what happens in the rest of the comics.

    21. Steve on said:

      I know I'm late getting on this bandwagon4 stars. Good start to the story.

    22. Anthony Chavez on said:

      Kirkman does an amazing job with setting up this story. I can see why this series has gotten so much acclaim and had such success. I did however, watch the first season of the show before I knew it was a graphic novel. And once I started reading I finished this volume in a couple hours without putting it down.The zombies! They are amazing, and he wrote them so well, you really feel for them, they aren't your crazed psycho zombies, or your fast constantly hunting zombies, no, they lounge around, [...]

    23. Sam Quixote on said:

      Officer Rick Grimes gets shot in the call of duty and goes into a coma. When he awakens in the hospital weeks later, he finds himself alone in a world where the zombie apocalypse has happened – and his family have disappeared. So begins Rick’s journey to find his family as, in a world where the end can come at any moment, he and the other survivors become the walking dead. It’s taken me a while to get around to actually reading the world’s most popular comic (The Walking Dead #115 was 20 [...]

    24. Raeleen Lemay on said:

      So far it's really interesting to see how DRASTICALLY different the TV show is I mean, SHANE. WHAT.

    25. Roy on said:

      Im a fan of the tv show and thought id give this a go. Didnt realise is was black and white. Story was pretty similar to the show. Graphic, and gory. I think I would have loved it more if it was in colour. Will defintely continue.

    26. Becky on said:

      I have heard nothing but goodness about the TV show based on this series, and yet I've held off watching it because I'm a purist who likes to read the source material first, rather than have other people's interpretations in my head. So I'm finally getting around to it, and I have to say, I really enjoyed it. It starts off with a bang, literally, and just keeps building from there. I LOVE the artwork, and though this is black and white only (not sure if other editions are color - I have the comp [...]

    27. Dylan Williams on said:

      Really different from the TV show, but also really, really good! I loved how well the characters were drawn, it was really easy to tell them all apart - which is a good thing because there are a lot of characters! In the intro to my edition the author makes it perfectly clear that his aim is to focus on the development of these characters rather than a traditional zombie plot - which he definitely does - the characters were fantastic! The pacing is also really great, it's fast when it needs to b [...]

    28. Ayman Gomaa on said:

      well i hate it's in white&dark not colours and i hate Daryl isn't in the comics but still the story is really magnificent it's not focusing only on zombies but it focus more on human react in this disaster and how they change and telling us to not give up and keep surviving after all xDreally enjoyed it :) xD

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