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The Walking Dead: Compendium Three Paperback – October 13, 2015
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- Publisher : Image Comics; Illustrated edition (October 13, 2015)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 1088 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1632154560
- ISBN-13 : 978-1632154569
- Reading age : 16 years and up
- Item Weight : 4.59 pounds
- Dimensions : 6.5 x 2.2 x 10.1 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #8,813 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Anyhow, if you enjoyed 1 and 2, which you most def should have, then that awesomeness just continues here in 3 (or dare I say, it gets better). I can't say to much, cause you know how Walking Dead goes! There are lots of great twists and turns, and interesting stuff that happens in here. There gets to be a point where you think "what else can they do with this concept" but there is clearly no shortage of ideas with the great Robert Kirkman! I will say they introduce a character that you will love to hate (HATE HATE HATE).
Amazing art throughout, as expected.
All in all, fantastic read, and if you love the Walking Dead, and have read the others, I cannot recommend this enough.
The Walking Dead graphic novels are the first comic I've ever read. It was difficult for me to get into the flow of comic reading (I'm a big book reader) but once I got the hang of it, I was hooked! I'm now trying to find something else to take up my time till the next chapter comes out!
The compendiums of the Walking Dead are a great way to read ALL the books in the seties, as there are a lot. It's also a great way to save a few bucks in doing so, versus buying each comic individualy. This book contains chapters 17-24 (comic book #97-144)
I encourage everyone who has an interest in the undead to try reading all three compendiums.
By Diane on June 15, 2016
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Negan - such potential. If they play him on screen like he developed in this omnibus volume, we're in for a treat. It would be a spoiler to say much more, but he is nothing like the Governor. Well, no nothing like him... he's another sort of leader you'd probably stay well clear of given the choice who comes across as well-meaning, at least in his own propaganda.
A solid story throughout with a lot of excellent character development. On a couple of occasions I had an emotive response to the story that meant I had no choice but to put it down on the table and walk away for a moment. The pay off at the end - THAT is a cliffhanger. You see what's coming, but... you don't see what's coming.
Art-wise, I love the two-page spreads and I like the straightforward art. Nothing too flashy, but some excellent detail. When you see a horde, you see a horde.
This volume covers the high 90s into the low 100s of the comic series - and I know there's so much more ahead. I'm an avid reader and will continue to be for some time yet.