on June 1, 2006
The Walking Dead Vol 2. is everything I could have hoped for and more. The gore and violence is still there, if not better, and now the group of survivors must make their way out into a ruined world in search of food, shelter and possibly more people.
After meeting a group of half straved refugees, the newly formed band discovers what seems like paradise: a fully enclosed and seemingly safe set of estates that appear to have survived the zombie attacks without a scratch. There new-found optimism quickly vanishes when they discover what is really "living" inside the walls of their brand-new abandoned complex.
SUPRISE AFTER SUPRISE AFTER SUPRISE!
on April 22, 2012
I love the illustration style. The story following on from book 1, is just as compelling as the first.
I hate myself for reading it so fast, but its hard to put down. I may have to read it again.
Looking forward to reading book 3, 4, 5 ... and the others soon.
Recommended to anyone who enjoyed the WALKING DEAD tv series. The previous book.
Or any fans of the Zombie Horror Genre.
on November 27, 2004
THis is a great book i collected all the comics seperately but missed a couple of issues so i will definately pick it up. This part is better than book one which is a great read one of the best zombie books i have read ever, the art is great, the story is awesome, i can't say enough good things about this series. Can't wait for new issues. PIck it up it is a deal at such a low price.
on December 19, 2005
What can i say about this series- I have all 3 of the TPB's and I am anticipating the arrival of the 4th as you read this.
The charachters are well developed, the art fantastic, and the tale -gritty.
If your a Zombie fan who likes the old Day of the Dead/Dawn of the Dead- about how humanity would show all its strengths and weaknesses, I highly recommend this series.
on March 19, 2013
I love the entire Walking Dead series... The writing, characters, sketches, art, and elements of hope and dealing with the apocalypse. It surprised me how this series is so much different than the TV show