The Walking Dead obtained the 2007 and 2010 Eisner Award for Best Continuing Series at San Diego Comic-Con International.
The series was adapted in the AMC television series The Walking Dead, which originated from 2010. The tv program loosely follows the storyline of the comic novel.
The franchise has also spawned multiple social media properties, including video games (such as The Walking Dead movie game), a companion television series (Fear the Walking Dead), webisode series (The Walking Dead: Torn Apart, The Walking Dead: Cold Storage, and The Walking Dead: The Oath), and various additional publications, including novels (The Walking Dead: Rise of the Governor).
Initially issued in 2003 by publisher Image Comics, the series was created by writer Robert Kirkman and artist Tony Moore (who was later replaced by Charlie Adlard from issue #7 ahead, although Moore continued to perform the covers through issue #24.) The Walking Dead received the 2010 Eisner Award for Best Continuing Series at San Diego Comic-Con International.
The Walking Dead is a continuing black comic book series created by author Robert Kirkman and artist Tony Moore. It targets Rick Grimes, a deputy who’s shot in the line of responsibility and also awakens from a coma in the zombie apocalypse that placed Georgia under quarantine. He finds his wife and son, and meets other survivors, gradually taking on the role of leader one of a team and afterwards a community as Rick and his group try to survive the zombie apocalypse.
The Walking Dead culminated in 2003, published by Image Comics, with art by Tony Moore for its first six issues and Cliff Rathburn shading the art after issue five. Charlie Adlard took over as celebrity on issue #7, after he was approached by Kirkman. Moore also did the cover artwork for the initial twenty-four issues and the first four trade paperbacks. The rest were done by Adlard. I purchased a complete package up to issue 120 or something from Comixology from 99 dollars last year.
First issued in 2003 by publisher Image Comics, the comic book is written by Kirkman with art by Moore (issues No. 1–6) and Charlie Adlard (issue No. 7 ahead). Moore continued to perform the covers through difficulty No. 24.
The show is occasionally re-published in trade paperbacks which contain six issues each, hardcover novels with twelve topics and occasional bonus material, omnibus editions of twenty-four problems, and compendium editions of forty-eight issues.
The Walking Dead is a monthly black-and-white comic book series chronicling the journeys of Rick Grimes, his loved ones, and other survivors of a zombie apocalypse.
The Walking Dead is a networking franchise created by Robert Kirkman and Tony Moore including a comic book series, two television series, six novels, video games, and several other media such as audio books and audio tracks.
When the television series premiered in October 2010, Image Comics announced The Walking Dead Weekly. The initial 52 issues of this series started to be reprinted on January 5, 2011, with one problem a week for a year.