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Celebrate 10 Years With The Walking Dead!

Skott Jimenez 07/04/2013 News

It’s hard to imagine that a black & white comic book about people trying to survive in a world overtaken by zombies has been running for ten years but here we are.

At this week’s Image Comics Expo, writer/creator Robert Kirkman announced a 12-issue event running from #115 thru #126 and shipping bi-weekly but that’s not all! We also get some new specials including the first issue in full color and some sweet t-shirts.

Here is the official press release:

Today at Image Expo in San Francisco, Image Comics partner and THE WALKING DEAD creator Robert Kirkman The Walking Deadannounced his plans for the tenth anniversary of his iconic, game-changing comic book series, taking place in October 2013.

That month, “All-Out War,” a new 12-issue story arc will launch with THE WALKING DEAD #115, with, in addition to the regular covers, ten connecting variant covers by series artist Charlie Adlard. Issues #115-126 will be released bi-weekly, starting on October 9.

Also to be released that month is THE WALKING DEAD #1 in color for the first time ever. Award-winning colorist extraordinaire Dave Stewart will giving a new vividness to Tony Moore’s art in the classic first issue with art.

Fans of Tyreese will be happy to see the favorite character get his moment in October as well, with the release of THE WALKING DEAD TYREESE SPECIAL, which reprints his first appearance in THE WALKING DEAD #7 and his origin story that originally appeared in THE WALKING DEAD: FREE COMIC BOOK DAY SPECIAL.

And THE WALKING DEAD readers will be able to choose their side in “All-Out War” with T-shirts that announces their allegiance to Rick Grimes’ “Survivors,” Jesus’s “Hilltop,” Negan’s “Saviors,” or Ezekiel’s “Kingdom” factions.

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  1. jeffhillwriter 07/05/2013 at 4:38 pm

    Wow… I didn't realize it's been going on that long. That's pretty amazing when you think about it. Here's to 10 more years!

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