The Walking Dead Volume 3: Safety Behind Bars: Safety Behind Bars v. 3 - Robert Kirkman Reviews
Description:ISBN 158240805X / Genre: Horror / Author: Robert Kirkman / Paperback / 136 Pages / Book is published 2008-12-23 by Image Comics
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The Walking Dead Volume 2: Miles Behind Us - Robert KirkmanWalking Dead Volume 2: Miles Behind Us (750 words)
by cath_del - written on 23/02/12 (Very useful, 26 readings)
The Walking Dead Volume 2: Miles Behind Us is the next in the series of a comic book series by R Robert Kirkman Charlie Adlard and Cliff Rathburn. Many know it as the television show that this comic inspired, however I prefer the comics more than the television itself. I purchased this for around £6 off Amazon a while ago, and is much cheaper than in comic stores or Waterstones as they are usually around £13 each. I ll try and keep spoilers to a minimum throughout the review for those that haven t read the comics and might want to. While the television show tries to keep up with the action and gore that all the viewers seem to be desperate for, the comic is more of a ...
The Walking Dead: Rise of the Governor - Robert KirkmanA thrilling novel from the 'Walking Dead' universe (1056 words)
by Dryad - written on 13/05/12, updated on 13/05/12 (Very useful, 138 readings)
main big bad characters from the comics, who we will be meeting in season 3 of the T.V. show I had to read it. The book is written by R Robert Kirkman the creator of the Walking Dead with horror writer Jay Bonansinga and like the series and comics the book dumps you straight in to zombie action. The book focuses on the story of brothers Philip and Brian Blake, and Philip s young daughter Penny and their journey towards the genesis of The Governor . The story opens with Brian Blake the sensitive and (seemingly) weaker or more cowardly older sibling huddled in a cupboard with his 7 year old niece while his younger brother and their childhood friends Bobby and Nick go ...
The Walking Dead: Rise of the Governor - Robert KirkmanThe Walking Dead: Rise Of The Govenor (720 words)
by cath_del - written on 29/02/12 (Very useful, 45 readings)
going to jump out and bite someone even from small paragraphs, as he is really descriptive in the way he talks about surroundings and surpises. As he has collaboration from R Robert Kirkman the novel does follow the plots of the Walking Dead and so there are hardly any differences to the books and the comics. The book itself is relatively fast paced, and I didn t feel that the plot ever got too slow as something was always happening in the books that was thrilling, scary or interesting. It also contains just enough drama, slight romance and horror to make it not too soppy and not too gory. That is probably one of the main reasons that I found I could read it in one ...