The Walking Dead #2

    The Walking Dead » The Walking Dead #2 - Miles Behind Us released by Image on November 24, 2004.

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    This volume follows our band of survivors on their tragic journey in search of shelter. Characters live and die as they brave a treacherous landscape littered with packs of the walking dead.

    Collects issues #7-12


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    A Twist of Fate 0

    This review was originally posted on my website Imagination Centre (here).The Walking Dead has been a series that I have enjoyed for a few years now, also having enjoyed the TV series that spawned from it. Due to the most recent season coming out on Blu-ray and DVD recently, as well as the fact that the series itself has reached it's ten year anniversary I thought I'd go through my graphic novels from the start, reliving the events that Rick and the group have went through over the last ten year...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    Family Horror - Zombie-fied! 0

     First Impressions:Volume 2 of Miles Behind Us (the Walking Dead) was surprising. It's been some time since I've read an Image Publications comic book with their oversexed women and barely disguised sexual innuendo and poor art. Walking Dead though has some potential.Drawn in black & white adds to the starkness of the graphic novel. I'm sorry I missed Volume One as I feel I just walked in mid-conversation. Several families have banded together to defend against zombies -- people, some of wh...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Miles behind us seems Tony Moore's art. 0

    The first thing I need to comment on so it is addressed is this book is a great example of why creator owned books should have a strong stable and one where the creative team doesn't change too much.  The art change from Charlie Adlard and Cliff Rathburn throws off the visual tones and narration of the book.  The character designs are so different it takes extra time to reestablish who is who and that hurts the book, may be why Simon Peg in the afterwords tells us "go back to the beginning, take...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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