Walking Dead Volume 1: Days Gone Bye
  • Walking Dead Volume 1: Days Gone Bye
  • Walking Dead Volume 1: Days Gone Bye
  • Walking Dead Volume 1: Days Gone Bye
  • Walking Dead Volume 1: Days Gone Bye
ISBN: 1582406723
EAN13: 9781582406725
Language: English
Release Date: Feb 19, 2013
Pages: 144
Dimensions: 0.31" H x 10.08" L x 6.54" W
Weight: 0.66 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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The world we knew is gone. The world of commerce and frivolous necessity has been replaced by a world of survival and responsibility. An epidemic of apocalyptic proportions has swept the globe, causing the dead to rise and feed on the living. In a matter of months society has crumbled: no government, no grocery stores, no mail delivery, no cable TV. In a world ruled by the dead, the survivors are forced to finally start living. Available for the first time in the US, the first volume of The Walking Dead saga is presented in Spanish.

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The Walking Dead (Collected Editions) Series In Order - By Robert Kirkman

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5
   Excellent...exciting...touching
Despite being a huge fan of the TWD show, I shied away from the comics. I did not want to get any clues and wanted to be surprised at every turn. I don 't know why I waited so long! This is LOVED! As I read, I kept the murmur, How Pretty! A strange thing to say about walkers'devastation and loss I know. The story, as told by pictures, touched me. It made me an even bigger fan of Mr Kirkman! It is more about the character of a man and the choices that a man makes to survive. There may be walkers on a foot, but that fact does not change the depth of who is a person. It is just a catalyst for revealing what a person is made of. Can 't wait to read the next!
 
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   Where it all started!
An epidemic of apocalyptic proportions has swept the globe, causing the dead to rise and feed the living. Society has crumbled in a matter of months. There is no government, no grocery stores, no mail delivery, no cable TV. A few months ago, he was a small town cop who had never fired a shot and saw only one dead body. Separated from his family, he must now find his wife and his son through all the death and confusion to try and find his wife. In a world ruled by the dead, we are forced to live someday. This is where it all started and if you are a fan of the show, you owe it to yourself to check the source material! It is great to see the changes between each.
 
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   The Walking Dead, Vol. 1: Days Gone Bye ...
I thought he would like it so. I haven 't read it so I don 't know if there is any sexual content. I am sure that there is violence involved. I would find it odd if it wasn't based on the type of comics it is. My son read them and he said there was violence that was sexual and no graphic content. He thinks it is a gift that is appropriate for my nephew, who loves the series. Because the TV series does not exactly follow the comics, it should make it interesting to read, see where it differs.
 
5
   Dives right into the action
I was surprised, but not disappointed, by how quickly the story entered the world of the zombie invasion. There was a main character that took place during a time before the zombies took over, and we immediately flashed forward, trying to figure out what had become of the world. The story in Volume #1 was rarely slowed down, and the ending was shocking. I am very excited to check Volume #2 out of my excitement. On a side note, before reading this volume, I was a little concerned about reading a black and white graphic novel. For some reason, the lack of color gives me a lack of interest. However, in this care the plot is so compelling that the black and white images don 't detract from the story. Moreover, based on the amount of black and white violence that takes place in zombie stories, the graphic coloring may actually be a better fit for the walking dead.
 
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   Great Story, Horrible on Kindle Paperwhite
The text is too large to read and the panel zoom feature is broken on small panels. Even then, the site does not let you zoom into the panels on the page. Seems like the DRM has ruined this beautiful title. I want to get my money back!
 
5
   Taking a stab at it.
Great to see the similarities and even though I knew what was going on and what would happen, I could not put it down.
 
5
   I could not put it down!
I read all the television shows before reading the comics, so I had to see how GOOD it was... and it was AMAZING! There are some similarities to the show. But overall, it is much darker and also much better dialogue. Kirkman did an amazing job at building characters and allowing you to know them as a person and not as a work of fiction. Currently I am on the second volume and also loving that one! It also looks great on the Kindle Fire... LOVE IT!
 
4
   Happy Zombies!
I was not sure what to expect, but I was very satisfied with this comic. Partly because hey, it's a comic book! As a kid, I loved comics. Then the WD! My favourite show is now on TV. I'm addicted to it. I have always been very curious about the differences between the comic book and the show.
 
5
   Lives up to the hype
I am sure that I am one of the many who picked this up because of the tv show. I was a little worried that I would not be involved because I knew what would happen and because I am not a comic book reader. Wrong is listed on both accounts. I don 't think I pick up many other comic books, but I enjoy this format, it is a nice break from the wall of words I am used.
 
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   Possible
At least an explanation for what caused it. The answer is probably Alien DNA.
 
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