Review: The Walking Dead Compendium One by Robert Kirkman


Synopsis: In a world ruled by the dead, we are forced to finally start living. With The Walking Dead #1-48, this compendium features more than one thousand pages chronicling the start of Robert Kirkman’s Eisner Award-winning story of zombie horror, from Rick Grimes waking up alone in a hospital, his band of survivors seeking refuge on an isolated farm and the controversial introduction of Woodbury despot, The Governor

Release Date: May 19, 2009

Issues: 1-48

Rating: 5 stars

I knew it was different than the TV show but HOLY COW. It’s so different. They are basically just something that has a few same character names and there happens to be zombies. That’s about all the similarities. They are more like cousins instead of siblings. (Hopefully that make’s sense to you, it did to my brain.)

I liked this so much more than I actually thought I would. Everyone is more intense in the comics. The Governor is so much more psycho than he is in the show. He’s a literal monster. DO NOT go into this thinking ANY of the characters are going to be remotely like the one’s you love or hate. NOT happening.

There was some stuff I didn’t like but it’s all major character information and I’ll let you guys find out for yourselves. But there is also something things that happened in the comics that I thought were insane and I kind of wish they would have happened in the show.

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