After collaborating on four novels already, Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman and Jay Bonansinga are teaming up again for another four book Walking Dead series, the first of which is titled Descent and will be released by Thomas Dunne Books/St. Martin’s Press on Oct. 14. And we’ve got the exclusive first look at the cover for you right here. (Zombies in a tunnel are always a scary sight…unless Maggie Greene is around, I suppose.) READ FULL STORY
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The third installment in Robert Kirkman and Joy Bonansinga’s Walking Dead trilogy of novels will be released in October by Thomas Dunne Books/St. Martin’s Press. But you can see the cover for The Walking Dead: The Fall of the Governor exclusively right here and right now. (Click on the “Full Size Image” box above for an even better look.)
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Further proving that the American public’s hunger for zombies is exactly as insatiable as zombies’ hunger for the American public, Diamond Comic Distributors has just announced that The Walking Dead was the best-selling comic book of 2012. Robert Kirkman’s long-running zombie series topped the individual-issues list, with Dead‘s 100th issue, sales of which were probably helped by the flood of variant covers and the fact that it featured the death of a beloved main character, no spoilers. But the story gets more impressive when you look at Diamond’s list of the bestselling graphic novels of 2012. Dead owns 7 out of the 10 slots on the list, thanks to its various back-issue compilations. (The bestselling Dead collection is Volume One, Days Gone By, an indicator that people continue to discover the series over nine years after it debuted.) READ FULL STORY
Last year, Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman began to flesh out the backstory for the most notorious character from his comic books with a novel titled Rise of the Governor (co-written by Jay Bonansinga). Now, that prequel backstory continues with the duo’s follow-up book — The Walking Dead: The Road to Woodbury. In the story (which will be released in print, digital and audio versions on Oct. 16), a struggling survivor named Lilly Caul (also from the comics) stumbles upon a fortress of a town called Woodbury, Ga. It’s a town being run by a man called Philip Blake. Only Blake has recently begun to call himself something else entirely: the Governor. Tensions rise when Lilly takes on the man in charge. READ FULL STORY
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