Triumph of The Walking Dead: Robert Kirkman's Zombie Epic on Page and Screen
BenBella Books, Inc., Aug 21, 2013 - COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS - 256 pages
All zombies are created equal. All zombie stories are not.
From its humble beginnings as an indie comic book, The Walking Dead has become a pop culture juggernaut boasting New York Times–bestselling trade paperbacks, a hit television series, and enough fans to successfully take on any zombie uprising.
Triumph of The Walking Dead explores the intriguing characters, stunning plot twists, and spectacular violence that make Robert Kirkman’s epic the most famous work of the Zombie Renaissance. The Walking Dead novels’ co-author Jay Bonansinga provides the inside story on translating the comics into prose; New York Times bestseller Jonathan Maberry takes on the notion of leadership (especially Rick Grimes’) during the zombie apocalypse; Harvard professor Steven Schlozman dissects the disturbing role of science in the television series; and more.
Triumph of The Walking Dead features a foreword by horror legend Joe R. Lansdale.
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Review: Triumph of The Walking Dead: Robert Kirkman's Zombie Epic on Page and ScreenUser Review - Jutta - Goodreads
i wish they had waited to write this till at least after season 2. the first season was only 6 episodes, and while they did a great job, it was really just an intro to the characters. i would rather have read essays written after the series had a chance to develop the characters and arcs more. Read full review
Review: Triumph of The Walking Dead: Robert Kirkman's Zombie Epic on Page and ScreenUser Review - Mark Mullins - Goodreads
Enjoyable and a few thought-provoking ideas especially on gender, tv violence and the notion that in order to survive a zombie apocalypse you have to become like a zombie. For zombie fans only? Or a ... Read full review