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Book Title: The Walking Dead, Issue #7|
The author of the book: Robert Kirkman
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 26.72 MB
Edition: Image Comics
Date of issue: April 2004
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Read full description of the books The Walking Dead, Issue #7:We find out Lori slept with Shane when he was helping her get to Atlanta and they bury Shane next to Amy. They all pack and get ready to move them all away from the city. Using Dale's RV they head down the road where it is slow going die to the debris on the road.
As they attempt to move a car in the road during night fall they are met by a group of people who are almost mistaken for undead and shot. The group is made up of a middle aged Black man named Tyreese, traveling with his daughter Julie and her boyfriend Chris. Rick gives them some food and invites them to stay in the RV overnight with them. Tyreese declines and sleeps in his car. Lori is annoyed with Rick for trusting the group so quickly and the next day Tyreese explains that is the reason he had declined Rick's offer.
Tyreese tells Rick a story about what happen after the dead awoke, he said an old man he knew from his town attempted to rape Julie and Tyreese had killed him and was worried that something had changed him because he did not feel bad about doing it.
As they sit around the fire Lori walks a little ways off and as Rick comes to check on her she tells him she is pregnant.
I'm sitting here looking back at this issue, trying to remind myself of the events that took place and I'm realizing more and more, yes, the covers do pertain to the issue but sometimes, they don't fit to whats going on to me. Like this issue is a good cover. There is a lot about the cold and winter coming and how they handle that but then there are other covers that I wonder what made them pick it. I guess as I go I'll mention it if I cover is weird to me. Moving on....
So I'm going to try and do these a bit different. I'm going to try and do a "the best", "the worst", "the differences" and a "those remembered" if someone dies. I've been listening to a lot of The Walker Stalkers podcasts here recently and like the segments they do and thought it may make doing so many blogs about The Walking Dead comics go faster and smoother. Here's trying it out...
The Best. When Dale and Rick are talking about how Lori is doing after Shane's death, making Rick the "leader" of the group, and moving the camp, Dale tells Rick that Andrea has been keeping track of the days and thinking that the next day is Christmas. So far, hands down, the best lines in these comics so far. "Don't tell anyone! Do you hear me? Don't want anyone to know. I don't want to have to explain to my son that on top of all this other shit.. Santa can't find him." I love it. And the look on Dale's face!
The Worst. Charlie Adlard and Cliff Rathburn do an amazing job with the art work and gray tones. I can't express how much I love the detail the whole team puts into these comics, but sometimes there are a few things that kind of stick out to me and make me lose focus or raise an eyebrow and what they were trying to accomplish. For instance, when Rick is about to lay down in the tent after giving Dale the epic speech about Christmas, Carl looks so much older than he really is in those few frames. I don't know if it was just the play on him going from sleeping to wide awake, but it seems that turned Carl into a teenager in the matter of secs! The other thing that bothered me in this issue was how quickly Tyreese and Carol seem to go from flirting to being a couple.
The Differences. There are a few this time around. Of course, Shane having died in the previous issue happened way sooner than what happened in the TV series. The decision to move the camp wasn't due to the cold, as much as, it was for safety and trying to find answers and help for Jim, who didn't ask to be left to reunite with him family in Atlanta. The most surprising differences was actually with Tyreese and his group. In the TV series, Tyreese doesn't show up with his group for quite sometime. He also is accompanied by his sister, Sasha and two others, a father, Allen and his son, Ben. And last but not least of the differences, Lori waits until they have settled into a semi-permanent place before she tells Rick she is pregnant.
Those Remembered. Since I didn't think to have segments with each issue, I will rehash some of those the group has lost before now.
Amy, Andrea's sister, who was bite by a walker and was shot by Andrea before turning into a walker.
Jim, the last remaining member of his family, who was bite by a walker and asked to be left near Atlanta so that he may reunite with his family inside the city.
Shane, Rick's co-worker/partner and best friend, who was shot by Carl after threatening to shot Rick with a shotgun.
And many, many walkers!
As always, Robert Kirkman's team for The Walking Dead do an amazing job with every issue. I can only hope, should any members change, that the ladder to greatness just keeps getting higher and higher, because from where I'm reading at currently, I am starting to become a fan of gray tones, which I would never have thought possible.
I recommend for anyone who is a fan of The Walking Dead Universe, zombies, or drama filled horror, you will have your hands full with any issue from The Walking Dead.
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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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