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The Walking Dead, Book 6 Hardcover – October 26, 2010
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"Volume 11: Fear The Hunters" instantly became one of my favorites in the entire series! Just as the story seemed to be tapering down, this episode has Rick getting his mojo back after having been sullen and unsure since the prison riot. One of the most morally ambiguous chapters, we see the toll this new world has had on the camp's children--and it isn't pretty. Andrea and Dale, long in the periphery, step up into leading roles and the group discovers religion when they take in a priest with a shady past. But when our crew is hunted and then confronts another extremist group intent on eating them--yes, I said it--it's not something you're likely to forget. Drama, carnage, and moral consequence all play equal roles in this unforgettable edition!
"Volume 12: Life Among Them" gets the team back on the road to Washington D.C. But while their reason for going to D.C.Read more ›
In examining these questions, Kirkman has often posited that the enemy isn't always the zombie. While they are an omnipresent threat, the real monsters lurking in the shadows, the horrors that should be feared, are often human.
Book 6 is divided into two chapters, "Fear the Hunters" and "Life Among Them," both of which were previously collected in paperback volumes. "Fear the Hunters" opens with the band of survivors, led by police officer Rick Grimes, reeling from a tragedy that has claimed the life of two more members of their group. When a priest stumbles into their camp, tensions rise and their paranoia grows deeper when another friend goes missing and it becomes clear they are being tracked and hunted.
Throughout the series, Kirkman has run his characters ragged, putting them through one torturous scenario after another. They've survived violent zombie raids and insane armies of men. Characters are established, crafted with equal care and complexity, and then heartlessly murdered. No one is safe. Grimes and the survivors he has helped to protect have come to know and expect cruelty, and they know the living human monsters are far more dangerous than the undead.
The reactions to strangers are tempered with caution, fear, and distrust.Read more ›
I started reading the Walking Dead very late. I had watched a few seasons of the show on AMC and decided to pick the books up. These are great 12 book compendiums. I pulled through each book quickly to catch up on the series and have now moved to reading these on my iPad when each issue is released.
The stories are quite well written and the art is fantastic.
Don't expect the same story line of the show and be willing to put aside reality a bit more as well.
Keep in mind these books are not intended for younger readers and could be offensive to some.
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My order arrived well before the estimated delivery date, and it was in very good condition. Thank you.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Fans of AMC's adaptation should add this to their must read list, if you haven't already, you get more insight to the characters and their motivations.Published 2 months ago by Michael Huntley
if you liked the TV series you have to read the graphic novel too it is so good but it would be way better if they did not change the first artist "Tony Moore" :/Published 2 months ago by Yusuf Kudsi
Love the story. Just when I thought it was going to be like any other story, something surprises me. Great read and it keeps you entertained wanting more.Published 6 months ago by Edgar
Why are you reading this when you could be reading this comic book collection?Published 8 months ago by Jason H.