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The Walking Dead Volumes 1, 2, or 3
Before it drew a gazillion viewers as AMC's flagship drama, The Walking Dead was a best-selling comic book renowned for its grisly illustrations and morally gray subject matter. The first three volumes introduce the story's main characters and themes, but the story deviates greatly from the TV show's trajectory. Fans of the show, then, can enjoy a completely different journey when reading the comics, which take the series down much darker pathways.
- First three volumes of The Walking Dead comic book
- Grisly, provocative illustrations
- Morally ambiguous story lines
- Story differs greatly from the popular AMC show
- Pick up in store rife with series collectibles
Opened in 1978 by Geoffrey Patterson, Geoffrey's Comics delights aspiring superheroes with an impressive array of graphic novels, newly released comic books, and rare vintage comics from the Golden and Silver ages. A life-size Superman bursts through the wall behind the cash register as guests peruse bold, colorful covers or meander underneath the suspended Spider-Man as he quietly hums his theme song. Various graphic novelists visit the hallowed halls to sign original sketches, T-shirts, or comics or watch patiently as fans reenact recent story lines as interpretive dance. The passion Geoffrey holds for the graphic genre is reflected in his comic-themed cars and house, where every nook and cranny is covered with posters, figurines, bat signals, and colorful drawings, leading up to a jet-black Batman-themed pool.
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