A few weeks ago, Image Comics teased us with the news it was going to release a slew of variant covers for The Walking Dead #115. The company followed through with the promise, and after the jump, you can check out all of the covers scheduled to arrive on October 09, 2013.
This October is the 10th anniversary of THE WALKING DEAD, and we’re excited to announce that issue #115 will have 10 connecting covers in celebration. The covers, when viewed together, form an image that highlights significant moments from the past 10 years of the series. Each of the 10 individual covers will also depict a special moment from a year of THE WALKING DEAD’s illustrious history. These covers are drawn by series artist Charlie Adlard, with colors by Dave Stewart.
Or – “It Doesn’t Help That I Just Can’t Stand Negan…”
I have been taken to task recently on the social media sites in my assessment that both the Walking Dead TV series and this book have jumped different sharks in recent months, leaving me unhappy with the storytelling (which is different from being unhappy with what’s happening in the story, something this book has always excelled at.) Will this be the issue that changes my mind? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Or – “A Walking Dead Double-Feature!”
What has Negan done with Carl Grimes?
In the barely-concealed-hatred-filled words of Michonne, “He calls himself The Governor.” In this new one-shot special from the Walking Dead creative team, The Governor gets his own backstory. Will we get an in-depth look at this enigma of a man or will he remain the elusive tyrant we all love to hate? More after the jump!
Image Comics has announced that Walking Dead artist, Charlie Adlard, is providing a variant cover for David Schulner and Juan Jose Ryp’s Clone.
Or – “In The Aftermath…”
Last issue, Negan made his presence known, and the shocking events of last issue cemented him as a threat greater even than the roving mobs of murderous zombie monsters. One of the longest-running cast members is gone, and the repercussions are yet to be seen… Your Major Spoilers review awaits.
Or – “KIRKMAAAAN!!!”
We’ve officially reached the big anniversary issue of Walking Dead, marking 100 installations of the book that some people predicted wouldn’t make ten issues thanks to the glut of zombies back in ’03. As a full-fledgd multimedia phenomenon, The Walking Dead is one of the great success stories of the decade, and things have been building towards what the creative team has been touting as a shocking status-quo-rocking issue. Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Fans of THE WALKING DEAD got a sneak peek at the hardcover edition of THE WALKING DEAD Compendium, Volume One at Emerald City Comicon in March, and now they’ll get a second chance to purchase one of the coveted tomes at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
I wish I had the money to fund every Kickstarter project that came my way. The latest that has captured my interest is Duster by Micah Wright. The story is set during World War II in Texas, where a widow must protect her family from a plane load of escaped Nazis.
New arc and closing in on the big 100? Sounds like a good place to jump back into the world of The Walking Dead…
The Walking Dead’s acclaimed artist, Charlie Adlard is teaming up with Dynamite Entertainment on a new horrific tale that will be adored by his fans! Teaming up with French TV and comic book writer Mathieu Missoffe comes Curse of the Wendigo! Curse of the Wendigo mixes true historical facts with fiction to create an unexpected story and distinctive atmosphere, beautifully rendered by Charlie Adlard’s immense talent and enhanced by his innovative use of old war pictures within his artwork.