The Walking Dead (comic book)
|The Walking Dead (comic book)|
The Walking Dead #1
|Publication date||October 2003 – present|
|Number of issues||118|
|Artist(s)||Tony Moore (#1–6)
Charlie Adlard (#7–)
|Editor(s)||Sina Grace (#67-96)
Sean Mackiewicz (#97-)
First issued in 2003 by publisher Image Comics, the comic was created by writer Robert Kirkman and artist Tony Moore (who was later replaced by Charlie Adlard from issue #7 onward, though Moore continued to do the covers through issue #24.)
The series received the 2010 Eisner Award for Best Continuing Series at San Diego Comic-Con International. A television series bearing the same name premiered Halloween 2010 on AMC. The series has inspired a Kirkman-approved full length novel prologuing the comic book's timeline.
- 1 Plot
- 2 List of characters
- 3 Zombies
- 4 Artists
- 5 The Walking Dead Weekly
- 6 Collected editions
- 7 Reception
- 8 Other media
- 9 References
- 10 External links
Shot in the line of duty, Cynthiana, Kentucky police officer Rick Grimes wakes from a coma in the hospital to find his town overrun with walking corpses. In this world, the walking dead outnumber the living about 5000 to 1. Rick learns from fellow survivors Morgan Jones and his son Duane that the government told people to find safety in Atlanta, Georgia. Rick travels to Atlanta in search of his wife Lori and son Carl. He meets a scavenger named Glenn, who takes him to a small survivor camp outside the ruined city, where Rick reunites with his family.
After a fatal zombie attack on the camp, Rick criticizes its leader, his former police partner Shane Walsh, who also had an affair with Lori before Rick came. Shane pulls a gun on Rick, but is shot dead by Carl. Now de facto leader, Rick decides the survivors need to find a safer home. Upon meeting Tyreese, his daughter Julie, and Julie's boyfriend Chris, Lori reveals she's pregnant, but doesn't know if the father is Rick or Shane.
Rick’s early settlement attempts are disastrous. Donna, mother of twins Ben and Billy, is killed after the survivors move into a gated neighborhood infested with zombies. A farmer, Hershel Greene, invites the group to stay on his land, where Glenn strikes a relationship with Hershel's middle daughter Maggie, — until zombies kept in the barn break free and kill two of Hershel's children. The group's fortunes improve when they discover an abandoned prison with a zombie-proof fence.
Joined by four surviving inmates, Hershel, his remaining family, and a few other friends met along the road, Rick’s group fortifies the prison against zombies. In a suicide pact gone wrong, Julie gets shot by Chris, but then reanimates as a zombie and gets shot again by Chris. After a vengeful Tyreese kills Chris, the group learns that you don't have to be bitten or scratched to become a zombie, but can reanimate when you die without head trauma. After Rick goes to Shane's resting place to kill his reanimated body, danger comes from within: a psychotic inmate murders Hershel’s two youngest daughters who soon gets killed by a vengeful Maggie, Rick kills another inmate during an attempted coup against his group, and one inmate decides to leave his fate to the zombies. As the last surviving inmate Axel and katana wielding suvivor, Michonne, are welcomed by the group, Allen, the twins' father gets bitten and dies from a long battle against blood loss from having his infected limb amputated. Increasingly erratic and brutal as he struggles to keep order, Rick steps down as the group’s leader, replaced by a committee run by him, Hershel, Tyreese, and the group's oldest and wisest member Dale.
Rick, Glenn, and Michonne, leave the prison to investigate a nearby helicopter crash and stumble upon Woodbury: a survivor town ruled by an insane tyrant called The Governor, who kills other groups of survivors to take their supplies and keep their severed heads as trophies. When his visitors won’t tell him where they came from, he imprisons them, cutting off Rick's right hand and forcing Glenn to listen to him sadistically raping Michonne. The Governor eventually allows the three to escape, hoping to tail them back home. But on her way out of town, Michonne captures, tortures and mutilates the Governor.
The prison dwellers prepare for a reprisal attack, but slip into complacency and distraction after weeks with no sign of Woodbury forces. Lori gives birth to a girl and is named Judith. Dale gets bitten on the leg but lives through having it amputated and gets a wooden peg to replace his leg. Glenn marries Maggie and “adopts” Carl's girlfriend Sophia after her mother Carol commits suicide. Dale and his 40-year younger girlfriend Andrea adopt the twins. Rick and Hershel are admiring the courtyard vegetable garden when the Governor (having been revived by former Army medic Bob Stookey) and a small army rolls up to the prison fence.
Despite their better weapons and larger numbers, the Woodbury forces take heavy casualties and retreat. Convinced they will return, Glenn, Maggie, Sophia, Dale, Andrea, and the twins flee in Dale's RV. Michonne and her lover Tyreese are captured while attempting a preemptive commando strike on Woodbury. Michonne escapes into the wasteland but the Governor executes Tyreese outside the prison gate before launching his second assault.
The Governor’s forces use a tank to break down the fence and massacre the prison dwellers, killing Hershel, Axel, Lori, Judith, and many others. Rick and Carl flee to a nearby town. Zombies pour in through the broken fence and surround the Woodbury forces. One of the Governor’s soldiers Lilly Caul, shoots him in the head for making her kill Judith, before his army runs out of ammo and presumably perishes.
Rick and Carl reunite with Michonne and those who fled in the RV. These few survivors of the prison massacre wander until they join up with a trio headed to Washington, D.C. One of them, Eugene, claims to be a government scientist in radio contact with survivors in the capital.
Maggie attempts suicide over the death of her family. Rick and Abraham, a U.S. Army sergeant traveling with Eugene, bond during a supply run to Cynthiana as they confess the killings they’ve each committed to survive. Upon returning to Cynthiana, Rick encounters Morgan, but discovers Duane became a zombie. Though he is extremely grief-stricken, Rick allows Morgan to join the group.
Ben becomes mentally unstable and kills his own brother. Ben is later secretly killed overnight by Carl. While mourning the twins' deaths Dale gets bitten again and sneaks into the forest to die alone, but is kidnapped by a group of cannibals known as the Hunters, who eat his leg before he dies. Rick and the other adults find, kill and mutilate the Hunters to avenge Dale and everyone else they've eaten. A priest who recently joined the group, Fr. Gabriel Stokes is the only person among them appalled by their brutality.
On the outskirts of Washington, Eugene admits he is actually a high school teacher and has no contact with the government. Washington is overrun like other cities. But the group is approached the same day by Aaron, a recruiter for a peaceful walled-off town of about 40, the Alexandria Safe Zone.
Worried the Alexandrians have forgotten the dangers of the wasteland, Rick gradually asserts authority over them. As town constable, he secretly carries a gun and disobeys Alexandria's leader, Douglas, to intervene in a domestic dispute. After Rick beats down the abusive Pete Anderson, Pete tries to kill him with a knife but accidentally kills Douglas' wife Regina instead. With Douglas' permission, Rick executes Pete, but the gunshot alerts a group of bandits to Alexandria. After defeating the bandits in Alexandria, Douglas admits Rick is a better leader and steps down.
The gunfire during the bandit attack attracts a herd of zombies, who surround and break through Alexandria’s wall, killing Morgan, Pete's wife Jessie, and her son Ron. The surviving residents retreat to their houses while zombies flood the town. When Rick and Carl get surrounded by zombies, Douglas tries to help them, but accidentally shoots Carl in the eye before he is killed himself. Rick carries Carl to Dr. Denise Cloyd, Alexandria’s last surviving doctor, then returns outside and — with Michonne and other residents — destroys the entire herd. The victory convinces Rick that zombies are a manageable threat if everyone puts their issues aside and work together, and he resolves to rebuild civilization at Alexandria.
Carl wakes from a coma with amnesia.  Rick quashes a small rebellion against him but forgives the transgressors.  Andrea confesses she loves Rick, but he mostly spurns her advances, until he admits he returns her feelings. 
Paul "Jesus" Monroe, who claims to represent a nearby community known as the Hilltop Colony of about 200 survivors, offers to trade supplies with Alexandria, claiming he already does so with several other survivor groups in the area.  Fearing a trap, Rick imprisons Jesus and prepares Alexandria to defend against an attack. But he soon has a change of heart and decides to trade with Jesus' group. Once arriving at the Hilltop Colony, Ethan, a Hilltop resident attempts to kill the leader Gregory for an enemy named Negan, until he is killed by Rick. Jesus reveals that Negan is the psychopathic leader of a group known as the Saviors who clear out zombies but take half of a group's supplies as payment. Jesus asks Rick to help him eradicate the Saviors so they can live in peace, and he accepts.
The Alexadrians manage to repel two Savior attacks but Abraham gets killed by Savior lieutenant Dwight. While returning to the Hilltop Colony with a small group to ask for help, Rick gets ambushed by Negan, who beats Glenn to death with a baseball bat wrapped in barbed wire as punishment for killing his men. Before leaving, Negan demands that Rick hand over half of Alexandria's supplies soon. Once returning to the Hilltop Colony, Maggie and Sophia decide to remain there as it was Glenn's last wish that they stay for their safety and Maggie's unborn child. With Jesus by their side, the group returns to Alexandria, where Dwight has been captured. Pretending to be scared and giving authority to Negan, Rick releases Dwight and has Jesus secretly follow him to find more information on the Saviors. Though he gets captured along the way, Jesus escapes.
Thinking his father is scared to do anything, Carl sneaks into a Savior truck and kills many Saviors using Abraham's rifle, but is stopped by Dwight. Negan takes a liking towards Carl for his hard-headedness and lets him go to Rick, proving he can be reasonable. Jesus decides they need help from another large survivor community known as the Kingdom. As Rick meets "King" Ezekiel, they are approached by Dwight, who claims to want kill Negan for what he's done to him and his wife Sherry and offers to reveal Negan's secrets.
While preparing to battle the Saviors, Jesus prevents Hilltop patrolman Kal from ratting out the attack plans on the Saviors to prevent anyone else from dying. While Rick and a small group make plans at the Kingdom, Negan comes to Alexandria to collect half of its supplies. He is approached by Douglas' son Spencer who wishes Negan to become Alexandria's leader and kill Rick. Disgusted by Spencer's cowardliness, Negan disembowels him, irking Rick. After angrily giving Negan half of Alexandria's supplies, Rick stages an ambush with the Alexandrians and prepares to kill Negan, but Negan reveals he has Savior snipers surrounding them, leaving Rick cornered. Sensing the danger, Jesus and Ezekiel come to the rescue, forcing Negan to flee, as he now plots to battle Alexandria, the Hilltop Colony, and the Kingdom for their desire to kill him.
Rick gathers men from Alexandria, the Hilltop, and the Kingdom to attack Negan's stronghold, the Sanctuary. After being threatened by Rick, Negan reveals he has taken Gregory hostage. Gregory shakily announces the Hilltop's allegiance is to Negan, and that anyone from the Hilltop in Rick's force must stand down. When only eight men walk away, Negan, disgusted, kicks Gregory off a ledge. A firefight between the two armies attracts numerous zombies, which walk freely into the Sanctuary after its gates are taken down by Holly, Abraham's former lover. While Rick orders a retreat, Negan tells his men to take shelter inside.
List of characters
The series has not explored the cause of the zombie outbreak. The character Eugene claimed it was a government-engineered virus, but he turned out to be lying.
As is typical in zombie fiction, The Walking Dead's zombies relentlessly hunt and eat humans. Even a small zombie bite causes a fatal fever that kills in hours or days, depending on the victim. Amputating a bitten limb can sometimes prevent the fever. A zombie bite itself does not cause zombiism; since the outbreak, every corpse becomes a zombie regardless of how it died, with the only known "cure" being to destroy the brain. Simple exposure to zombie body fluids is not fatal. The Governor kept his undead daughter in his house and fed her parts of other humans. A group of cannibals cooked and ate Dale's zombie-infected leg without becoming ill, though it is unclear if uncooked zombie flesh could be fatal. However, they have been killed shortly afterwards, so it is still debatable whether or not "tainted meat" would have killed them eventually.
Zombies in the series move slowly and are not especially dangerous except in large numbers or with the element of surprise. Rick's group has observed zombies too weak to move. Rick's group classifies zombies as either roamers or lurkers, the former category being more likely to venture toward a loud noise in search of human prey. Zombies follow and mimic each other, which can result in enormous herds traveling together, "walking nonstop, following a sound they've all forgotten," as Abraham put it.
- Tony Moore: #1–6 (2004) (interior), #1–24 (covers) (2005), collected trade paperback volumes 1–4 (covers).
- Charlie Adlard: #7–present (interior), #25–present (covers), collected trade paperback volumes 5–present (covers).
The Walking Dead Weekly
Due to the popularity of the TV show, in October 2010 Image Comics announced The Walking Dead Weekly. Starting on January 5, 2011, the series is being reprinted in order with one issue a week being released.
The series has so far been assembled into the following collections:
The trade paperbacks collect six issues each, but contain only the story and no cover art. Each paperback follows the custom of having a three-word title.
|Title||ISBN||Release Date||Collected Material||Issues Published|
|The Walking Dead Vol. 1: Days Gone Bye||1-58240-358-9||May 12, 2004||The Walking Dead #1–6||October 2003 – March 2004|
|The Walking Dead Vol. 2: Miles Behind Us||1-58240-413-5||November 24, 2004||The Walking Dead #7–12||April – September 2004|
|The Walking Dead Vol. 3: Safety Behind Bars||1-58240-487-9||May 18, 2005||The Walking Dead #13–18||October 2004 – April 2005|
|The Walking Dead Vol. 4: The Heart's Desire||1-58240-530-1||November 30, 2005||The Walking Dead #19–24||June – November 2005|
|The Walking Dead Vol. 5: The Best Defense||1-58240-612-X||September 27, 2006||The Walking Dead #25–30||January – August 2006|
|The Walking Dead Vol. 6: This Sorrowful Life||1-58240-684-7||April 11, 2007||The Walking Dead #31–36||September 2006 – March 2007|
|The Walking Dead Vol. 7: The Calm Before||1-58240-828-9||September 26, 2007||The Walking Dead #37–42||May – September 2007|
|The Walking Dead Vol. 8: Made To Suffer||1-58240-883-1||June 25, 2008||The Walking Dead #43–48||October 2007 – April 2008|
|The Walking Dead Vol. 9: Here We Remain||1-60706-022-1||January 21, 2009||The Walking Dead #49–54||May – November 2008|
|The Walking Dead Vol. 10: What We Become||1-60706-075-2||August 12, 2009||The Walking Dead #55–60||January – April 2009|
|The Walking Dead Vol. 11: Fear the Hunters||1-60706-122-8||January 6, 2010||The Walking Dead #61–66||May – October 2009|
|The Walking Dead Vol. 12: Life Among Them||1-60706-254-2||August 3, 2010||The Walking Dead #67–72||November 2009 – May 2010|
|The Walking Dead Vol. 13: Too Far Gone||1-60706-329-8||November 23, 2010||The Walking Dead #73–78||June – October 2010|
|The Walking Dead Vol. 14: No Way Out||1-60706-392-1||June 22, 2011||The Walking Dead #79–84||November 2010 – April 2011|
|The Walking Dead Survivors' Guide||1-60706-458-8||November 1, 2011||The Walking Dead Survivors' Guide #1–4||April – July 2011|
|The Walking Dead Vol. 15: We Find Ourselves||1-60706-440-5||December 27, 2011||The Walking Dead #85–90||May – October 2011|
|The Walking Dead Vol. 16: A Larger World||1-60706-559-2||June 6, 2012||The Walking Dead #91–96||November 2011 – April 2012|
|The Walking Dead Vol. 17: Something To Fear||1-60706-615-7||November 21, 2012||The Walking Dead #97–102||May – September 2012|
|The Walking Dead Vol. 18: What Comes After||1-60706-687-4||June 18, 2013||The Walking Dead #103–108||October 2012 – March 2013|
|The Walking Dead Vol. 19: March To War||1-60706-818-4||November 13, 2013||The Walking Dead #109-114||April – September 2013|
|The Walking Dead Vol. 20: All Out War||-||TBA||The Walking Dead #115-126||October 2013 - April 2014|
All hardcovers contain the contents of the comics, including the covers, and in some cases bonus material. The books' trim size is larger than the paperbacks. Each hardcover contains two story arcs from the series. Signed versions of the books are available, each limited to 310 pieces.
|Title||ISBN||Release Date||Collected Material||Cover Character|
|The Walking Dead: Book One||1-58240-619-7||July 19, 2006||The Walking Dead #1–12||Rick|
|The Walking Dead: Book Two||1-58240-698-7||March 7, 2007||The Walking Dead #13–24||Michonne|
|The Walking Dead: Book Three||1-58240-825-4||December 19, 2007||The Walking Dead #25–36||The Governor|
|The Walking Dead: Book Four||1-60706-000-0||October 29, 2008||The Walking Dead #37–48||Lori and Judith|
|The Walking Dead: Book Five||1-60706-171-6||May 5, 2010||The Walking Dead #49–60||Abraham|
|The Walking Dead: The Covers||1-60706-002-7||October 6, 2010||The Walking Dead #1–50 (covers)||N/A|
|The Walking Dead: Book Six||1-60706-327-1||October 26, 2010||The Walking Dead #61–72||Carl|
|The Walking Dead: Book Seven||1-60706-439-1||October 18, 2011||The Walking Dead #73–84||Rick|
|The Walking Dead: Book Eight||1-60706-593-2||September 26, 2012||The Walking Dead #85–96||Andrea|
|The Walking Dead: The Covers – Volume 2||1-60706-593-2||July 9, 2013 (deferred)||The Walking Dead #51–100 (covers)||N/A|
|The Walking Dead: Book Nine||1-60706-798-6||September 17, 2013||The Walking Dead #97–108||Negan|
Limited omnibus editions collect 24 issues in a slipcase with several extras. The first volume is autographed by Kirkman and Adlard, with 300 pieces available. Subsequent volumes were released with 3000 pieces each. There is also a deluxe limited edition (signed by Kirkman/Adlard) with 300 pieces available.
|Title||ISBN||Release Date||Collected Material|
|The Walking Dead: Volume 1 Deluxe HC||1-58240-511-5||December 14, 2005||Collects #1–24|
|The Walking Dead: Volume 2 Deluxe HC||1-60706-029-9||February 17, 2009||Collects #25–48|
|The Walking Dead: Volume 3 Deluxe HC||1-60706-330-1||February 2, 2011||Collects #49–72|
|The Walking Dead: Volume 4 Deluxe HC||1-60706-616-5||December 12, 2012||Collects #73–96|
The Limited Edition Retailer Giveaway is a limited hardcover of the softcover Volume 1, with black faux-leather cover and red foil highlights.
These are 48-issue softcover editions.
|Title||ISBN||Release Date||Collected Material|
|The Walking Dead: Compendium One||1-60706-076-0||May 6, 2009||Collects #1–48|
|The Walking Dead: Compendium Two||1-60706-596-7||Oct 3, 2012||Collects #49–96|
|Title||ISBN||Release Date||Collected Material|
|The Walking Dead: Rise of the Governor||9780312547738||October 11, 2011||by Kirkman and Jay Bonansinga|
|The Walking Dead: The Road to Woodbury||9780312547745||October 16, 2012||by Kirkman and Jay Bonansinga|
|The Walking Dead: The Fall of the Governor||9781250020642||October 8, 2013||by Kirkman and Jay Bonansinga|
The series received critical acclaim, winning the Eisner Award for Best Continuing Series in 2010 and prompting Eric Sunde of IGN comics to call it "one of the best monthly comics available". Max Brooks told Kirkman that he read The Walking Dead and liked it.
IGN ranked main protagonist Rick Grimes as the 26th Greatest Comic Book Hero of All Time in 2011, stating that Kirkman "has an endless supply of ringers [sic] to run Rick through." IGN ranked Michonne, another protagonist, as the 86th Greatest Comic Book Hero of All Time the same year. It ranked the Governor as the 86th Greatest Comic Book Villain of All Time in 2009, describing him as "a sadistic evil that 'The Road Warrior' forgot." Wizard magazine ranked The Governor as the 131st greatest comic book character of all time.
AMC picked up the rights to produce a show based on the comic in 2009. It ordered a pilot episode on January 21, 2010 and began filming on May 15, 2010. The series premiered on October 31, 2010 with high ratings. On November 8, 2010, after broadcasting two episodes, AMC renewed The Walking Dead for a second season of 13 episodes, which began on October 16, 2011.
The Walking Dead: The Game
On February 18, 2011, Telltale Games announced plans to create an episodic video game based on the series, was scheduled to debut in fall 2011, was released worldwide in April 2012. The game consists of five episodes, released between April and November 2012. Additional downloadable content, 400 Days was released in July 2013. Kirkman has said that, unlike typical zombie games such as Left 4 Dead, "it [focuses] more on characterization and emotion than action".
The Walking Dead: The Game received widespread critical acclaim, with reviews giving praise for the emotion and characters of the plot. It received many awards, including over 90 Game of the Year awards.
Taverncraft has produced The Walking Dead pint glasses and steins, and has a license to release lighters for the series as well.
Action figures resembling the characters in the comic book were manufactured by McFarlane Toys for September 2011 release. In addition, action figures resembling characters from the TV series, including Rick Grimes, Daryl Dixon and a dismemberable Walker and Biter, were set for release in November 2011.
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- The Walking Dead #33
- The Walking Dead #39
- The Walking Dead #37
- The Walking Dead #42
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- The Walking Dead #46
- The Walking Dead #48
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- The Walking Dead #54
- The Walking Dead #62
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- The Walking Dead #67
- The Walking Dead #73
- The Walking Dead #75
- The Walking Dead #78
- The Walking Dead #79
- The Walking Dead #81
- The Walking Dead #82
- The Walking Dead #83
- The Walking Dead #84
- The Walking Dead #88
- The Walking Dead #90
- The Walking Dead #91
- The Walking Dead #92
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