“The Walking Dead” continues its foray into war with another chapter that feels undercooked. Small more subtle moments are met with bombastic action pieces that serve to compliment the fact that Kirkman has been leading us along a very murky path all along. The constant back and forth of this arc continues here, to diminishing returns. READ MORE
Dwight makes the necessary moves to set himself against Negan. Rick and his forces regroup into a unified force, and Negan revolutionizes his attack method in what he believes to be a sure fire way to win. Once again “The Walking Dead” is in motion for a monumental conflict that promises enormous casualties, but such has been the promise for almost half a year, this month you’ll be asking yourself when?, begging Kirkman just to get it over with. READ MORE
Rick and his survivors must regroup after the horrible events of last issue. The will to fight breaks down this month and tensions are on the rise. Negan believes he has all but secured his victory and Kirkman makes a strong case for impending chaos. “The Walking Dead” has been a roller coaster this year. Extremely exhilarating issues are followed by somber afterthoughts and while conventional wisdom would have you believe this issue would be the latter, it’s not. READ MORE
“All Out War” has hit peak insanity. Kirkman and Adlard have painted their characters into a corner that won’t be easy to escape from. There is death at every angle. Rick’s camp is falling apart at the seams and Negan’s cocksure attitude is the biggest draw of the month. As Kirkman proves that “The Walking Dead” works best when nothing is going right. READ MORE
Kirkman and Adlard deal with the fall out of last issue as All Out War continues in “The Walking Dead” # 119. This month proves to be an interesting look at the horrible things a man has to endure during wartime. With some thought-provoking commentary on the war itself, and a neck biting tease of what’s to come next. READ MORE
Maggie takes center stage in an action packed issue that sows seeds of doubt in Rick’s leadership. The multiple angles of war are examined from many perspectives. Giving us an issue that deals with loss, doubt, and small victories. All Out War continues in “The Walking Dead” # 118. READ MORE
Two weeks after the harrowing events of the last issue Kirkman and Adlard return with another chapter of All Out War. “The Walking Dead” has recently succeeded in widening its world through the addition of other communities. These additions have been interesting, but the real focus of this larger world is Negan. Originally introduced as the major antagonist of the series Kirkman has taken several steps to paint him as a second protagonist, and this month solidifies it. READ MORE
All Out War continues in “The Walking Dead.” Rick and his forces push to make the first strike in an incredible issue that ratchets the pacing up to eleven. This is purely pulse pounding stuff that will have you contemplating the next move for everyone. Which is exactly why this year will be absolutely dizzying. Already things are moving faster than they ever have and there appears to be no end in sight. READ MORE
‘The Walking Dead’ celebrates ten years by kicking off “All Out War.” The scope of the series has never felt larger. Rick has banded several communities together s in an effort to dethrone Negan’s rule. Kirkman doesn’t waste any time as the pieces are slid into place for the largest conflict in the series’ long history. War has started and it’s never been more fun. READ MORE
Robert Kirkman kicks ‘The Walking Dead’ in the ass as he builds to “All Out War.” The stage is set, and the pacing has never been better. Rick’s quest against Negan begins this month and won’t let up anytime soon. Yet, Rick forgets that war and conquest bring casualties. READ MORE
Robert Kirkman’s “The Walking Dead” is one of the longest ongoing serialized stories in comics. Rick Grimes and his band of survivors have had a long and difficult journey. Along the way many have been lost, alliances have been created, and badass moments are a dime a dozen.
So we here at Bloody Disgusting decided to compile a list of the top ten moments from “The Walking Dead” comic series. This is by no means all encompassing, there is simply too much awesome to contain in one list.
WARNING: Proceed with caution, this article has spoilers for the entire run of “The Walking Dead.”
What was Charlie Adlard doing before his “Walking Dead” success? Back in the mid-nineties, he was busy drawing “The X-Files” comics from Topps Publishing. With the launch of “The X-Files: Season 10″ From Joe Harris and Michael Walsh, IDW is also re-printing the classic “X-Files” comics written by Stefan Petrucha with art from Charlie Adlard.
The 224-page Volume 1 drops next week and it collects issues #1–9. Head below for an exclusive look at Adlard’s take on Mulder and Scully. READ MORE
The Walking Dead #106 marks artist Charlie Adlard’s 100th issue on the series, a big milestone for any creator. While Moore’s initial work was great, Adlard has consistently knocked every issue out of the park. Check out the full preview below. READ MORE
Although issue #100 came out a few months ago, The Walking Dead #106 will be artist Charlie Adlard’s actual one hundredth consecutive issue on the title. As tribute, a variant cover for issue #106 features himself standing in the famous Rick Grimes pose from issue #1. The cover will be limited to two thousand copies. See it below! READ MORE
Image Comics just released this official teaser pic for an upcoming arc in The Walking Dead. With recent goings on in the book, it was only a matter of time before something bigger and badder came their way. The image is pretty frightening, in the vain of Texas Chainsaw Massacre, if you will, but we have no idea what it means… until tomorrow. Check the teaser below and feel free to speculate.
Lately it feels as if Robert Kirkman’s “THE WALKING DEAD” has been dividing fans. Most, the hardcore of the lot, seem to be in love with the grisly and downright depressing turn that the series has taken of late, while the more casual readers (those who only discovered the series thanks to Frank Darabont’s hit TV series) seem turned off by the events that occurred in “NO WAY OUT”. Whatever the case, there has never been a better time to be a fan of the monthly, and beyond the break you can check out a 5 page sneak peek inside the 86th issue that hit shelves yesterday. Read on for the skinny…