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Book Title: The Walking Dead, Issue #44|
The author of the book: Robert Kirkman
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 718 KB
Edition: Image Comics
Date of issue: November 21st 2007
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Read full description of the books The Walking Dead, Issue #44:Volume: The Walking Dead
Title: Made to Suffer, Pt. 2
Creator/Writer: Robert Kirkman
Artist: Charlie Adlard
Colorist: Cliff Rathburn
Cover: Charlie Adlard; Cliff Rathburn
Letterer: Rus Wooton
Publisher/Date: Image/ 11/21/2007
Length/Format: 36/ Digital Comic
Everything is changing--starting now!
It's all been leading up to this, folks!
Nobody is safe. Nothing will ever be the same.
The biggest, most explosive story-arc in the history of this series starts right here, in this issue.
Previously. The people of Woodbury have organized and attacked. The battle is about to begin.
No more waiting around getting prepared, the battle is here and in full swing. They either fight or they die.
The red issues with full portraits on the covers are finally here! The artwork on the cover is amazingly detailed and just goes to show whats in store for the group in the prison.
Andrea - she goes up in the tower and starts shooting away but then of all things, she takes her helmet off....and then gets shot. I was happy in the end when she came too and it was just a graze, but she is still injured.
Axel - for as big and "bad" as he looks, its nothing to the amount of pure whining he can accomplish. Of course, he gets shot in the arm and then falls down completely useless.
Rick - gets shot in what appears to be his mid-section, because he simply falls over from holding the door frame clutching his stomach once the people of Woodbury are turning and running away.
The Governor punching Gabe in the face. I know I put this on the worst, because at this point the Governor realizes that there is nothing they can do but fall back, and as much as that is a welcome sight for our prison group, it just means that they will once again have to face the people of Woodbury. The Governor doesn't seem the type to me to give up on something for to long.
Andrea never gets shot. Even though she does become a good shooter, she isn't the groups crack shot the way she is here in the comics.
Axel does get shot in the prison but it's something more major than a bullet to the arm. Also I probably should have mentioned it before now, but Axel isn't really a "big" guy in the show. He is more of a skinny prisoner with a handle-bar mustache trying to hit on anything with legs!
Rick doesn't really get shot in the stomach, but does get injured....
The Governor's group from Woodbury does retreat, even though the group dynamic isn't the same from this one. The Governor has Martinez and a few other of his goons with him to help give orders with regards to retreating. Bruce at this point seems to be no help. What he is advising does make sense from our point of view, but through the Governor's eyes, it's nothing but failure.
Walkers, many walkers that were acting as a barrier between the people of Woodbury and the prison were killed by the people of Woodbury in an attempt to clear a path towards the prison.
People of Woodbury, many people of Woodbury lost their lives by the bullets of those in the prison.
Recommend. To the fans of The Walking Dead Universe, Robert Kirkman, Charlie Adlard, Cliff Rathburn, Rus Wooton, zombies, horror dramas, apocalypse stories, battles, action, and the Governor.
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Read information about the authorRobert Kirkman is an American comic book writer best known for his work on The Walking Dead, Invincible for Image Comics, as well as Ultimate X-Men and Marvel Zombies for Marvel Comics. He has also collaborated with Image Comics co-founder Todd McFarlane on the series Haunt. He is one of the five partners of Image Comics, and the only one of the five who was not one of the original co-founders of that publisher.
Robert Kirkman's first comic books were self-published under his own Funk-o-Tron label. Along with childhood friend Tony Moore, Kirkman created Battle Pope which was published in late 2001. Battle Pope ran for over 2 years along with other Funk-o-Tron published books such as InkPunks and Double Take.
In July of 2002, Robert's first work for another company began, with a 4-part SuperPatriot series for Image, along with Battle Pope backup story artist Cory Walker. Robert's creator-owned projects followed shortly thereafter, including Tech Jacket, Invincible and Walking Dead.
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