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  • Anybody into The Walking Dead comics?

    I've been a fan of the show since the start. I just recently decided to check out the comics and I'm enjoying them (I've never read comic books before.) It's interesting to see what aspects were spot on in the TV show and where they deviated from the comic story.



    The iPad app for the comics if ****************ing awesome.
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    Originally Posted by CharvelFan, Stackabones, Mercer, jamesp, jelloman and Sad Navigator


    Sutto is the man!, I look forward to Sutto's future work., Sutto. . . you're awesome, Sutto is correct., I think Sutto's right again, Sutto speaks the truth...I'mma do something crazy and agree with Sutto.

  • #2
    I was a fan for the first 12-20 issues or so. After that I felt it devolved into gore porn and just became totally not fun. However, TWD was my "gateway drug" back into comics and I've since found a ton of other stuff that I'm really enjoying...

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    • #3
      I was a fan for the first 12-20 issues or so. After that I felt it devolved into gore porn and just became totally not fun. However, TWD was my "gateway drug" back into comics and I've since found a ton of other stuff that I'm really enjoying...

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      • #4
        What other comics have you gotten into? Like I said, this is my first foray into comics but I'm actually really enjoying it so far. I'm only up to issue 8 or 9 right now.
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        Originally Posted by CharvelFan, Stackabones, Mercer, jamesp, jelloman and Sad Navigator


        Sutto is the man!, I look forward to Sutto's future work., Sutto. . . you're awesome, Sutto is correct., I think Sutto's right again, Sutto speaks the truth...I'mma do something crazy and agree with Sutto.

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        • #5
          What other comics have you gotten into? Like I said, this is my first foray into comics but I'm actually really enjoying it so far. I'm only up to issue 8 or 9 right now.
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          Originally Posted by CharvelFan, Stackabones, Mercer, jamesp, jelloman and Sad Navigator


          Sutto is the man!, I look forward to Sutto's future work., Sutto. . . you're awesome, Sutto is correct., I think Sutto's right again, Sutto speaks the truth...I'mma do something crazy and agree with Sutto.

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          • #6
            TWD loses a little bit of direction in the Fear The Hunters story arc, and I'm not quite sure it regained it until pretty close to the current arc, Something to Fear. But TWD is currently really, really good again. If you can read it without spending too much cash, it's probably worth suffering through the wayward issues to get to where they are now.



            You're about to get spammed with everyone's pull list, so it might help if you could specify what kind of stories you like to read. You also might want to think about whether you want to read collected editions of books published in the past, or if you want to start actively following monthly comics.



            Regardless of that, everyone should read Bone.
            It's hard to face the truth, but I suppose you yourself realize that if you'd had just a little more courage, just a little more strength of character, you could have been dead by now. No such luck.--P. J. O'Rourke--

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            • #7
              TWD loses a little bit of direction in the Fear The Hunters story arc, and I'm not quite sure it regained it until pretty close to the current arc, Something to Fear. But TWD is currently really, really good again. If you can read it without spending too much cash, it's probably worth suffering through the wayward issues to get to where they are now.



              You're about to get spammed with everyone's pull list, so it might help if you could specify what kind of stories you like to read. You also might want to think about whether you want to read collected editions of books published in the past, or if you want to start actively following monthly comics.



              Regardless of that, everyone should read Bone.
              It's hard to face the truth, but I suppose you yourself realize that if you'd had just a little more courage, just a little more strength of character, you could have been dead by now. No such luck.--P. J. O'Rourke--

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              • #8
                TWD loses a little bit of direction in the Fear The Hunters story arc, and I'm not quite sure it regained it until pretty close to the current arc, Something to Fear. But TWD is currently really, really good again. If you can read it without spending too much cash, it's probably worth suffering through the wayward issues to get to where they are now.



                You're about to get spammed with everyone's pull list, so it might help if you could specify what kind of stories you like to read. You also might want to think about whether you want to read collected editions of books published in the past, or if you want to start actively following monthly comics.



                Regardless of that, everyone should read Bone.
                It's hard to face the truth, but I suppose you yourself realize that if you'd had just a little more courage, just a little more strength of character, you could have been dead by now. No such luck.--P. J. O'Rourke--

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                • #9
                  TWD loses a little bit of direction in the Fear The Hunters story arc, and I'm not quite sure it regained it until pretty close to the current arc, Something to Fear. But TWD is currently really, really good again. If you can read it without spending too much cash, it's probably worth suffering through the wayward issues to get to where they are now.



                  You're about to get spammed with everyone's pull list, so it might help if you could specify what kind of stories you like to read. You also might want to think about whether you want to read collected editions of books published in the past, or if you want to start actively following monthly comics.



                  Regardless of that, everyone should read Bone.
                  It's hard to face the truth, but I suppose you yourself realize that if you'd had just a little more courage, just a little more strength of character, you could have been dead by now. No such luck.--P. J. O'Rourke--

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                  • #10
                    Honestly I have no idea what I'd be interested in at this point. Superhero stuff has never really done anything for me. I have a Comixology.com account and I'm browsing through some of their free preview stuff...I enjoyed the preview of "Long Gone"...I'm probably going to buy that and read it pretty soon..it's a one-issue book, 97 pages. Since I've never been into comics I still don't fully understand how it works in regard to different story arcs and stuff.
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                    Originally Posted by CharvelFan, Stackabones, Mercer, jamesp, jelloman and Sad Navigator


                    Sutto is the man!, I look forward to Sutto's future work., Sutto. . . you're awesome, Sutto is correct., I think Sutto's right again, Sutto speaks the truth...I'mma do something crazy and agree with Sutto.

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                    • #11
                      Honestly I have no idea what I'd be interested in at this point. Superhero stuff has never really done anything for me. I have a Comixology.com account and I'm browsing through some of their free preview stuff...I enjoyed the preview of "Long Gone"...I'm probably going to buy that and read it pretty soon..it's a one-issue book, 97 pages. Since I've never been into comics I still don't fully understand how it works in regard to different story arcs and stuff.
                      up in this B.







                      Originally Posted by CharvelFan, Stackabones, Mercer, jamesp, jelloman and Sad Navigator


                      Sutto is the man!, I look forward to Sutto's future work., Sutto. . . you're awesome, Sutto is correct., I think Sutto's right again, Sutto speaks the truth...I'mma do something crazy and agree with Sutto.

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                      • #12
                        Saga by Brian K. Vaughan

                        Criminal: Last of the Innocent by Ed Brubaker

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                        • #13
                          Saga by Brian K. Vaughan

                          Criminal: Last of the Innocent by Ed Brubaker

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                          • #14






                            Quote Originally Posted by Cheese Grits
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                            everyone should read Bone.




                            Agreed.

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                            • #15






                              Quote Originally Posted by Cheese Grits
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                              everyone should read Bone.




                              Agreed.

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