The Walking Dead – A Decade of Dead Documentary [HD]

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Newsflash! The Walking Dead was a comic book before it was ever a Hit TV Show.

Robert Kirkman details the genesis of his creation in this 22+ minute documentary!

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5 Responses to The Walking Dead – A Decade of Dead Documentary [HD]

  1. So no love for Tony Moore huh?

  2. Insideman says:

    You’re right. Moore sued. Kirkman settled with him. Moore got what he thought he was due (or could get). Now he’s not mentioned anymore.

    For all we know, he doesn’t want to be mentioned anymore.

    People can say what they want about Charlie Adlard’s art but he’s been there for 109 more issues than Moore (and counting). Very few comic book artists have that work ethic anymore. I was so glad to see Adlard was such a nice, genuine fellow too… Still amazed at his success. Still excited. Made me glad I bought his art book. I would also love to look out at the view from his art studio every day.

    • Tiger Topher says:

      From Tony Moore’s tumblr page:

      “I’ll be cutting waaay back on conventions after this year, so this will be the LAST time I have Walking Dead art prints at New York Comic Con. Get ‘em while they’re hot, because I’ll never print them again.”

      Yep, sounds like he’s washing his hands of The Walking Dead.

  3. tomstewdevine says:

    Thanks for posting this, it was done quite well.

    And I didn’t miss Moore at all, at this point this book is Adlards.

    • Insideman says:

      I totally agree about Adlard. TWD is his book and has been for years.

      Moore deserved to get paid for being there at the comic’s inception. He stood up for his rights (which I think is great)… And he got compensated. Wish more comic creators could say the same.

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