The Walking Dead, Book 3

The Walking Dead, Book 3

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Overview

  • This hardcover features another 12 issues of the hit series along with the cover art — all in one oversized hardcover volume. Perfect for long time fans, new readers and anyone interested in reading a zombie movie on paper that never ends.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781582408255
Publisher: Image Comics
Publication date: 12/19/2007
Series: Walking Dead
Pages: 304
Sales rank: 505,408
Product dimensions: 7.50(w) x 11.10(h) x 0.80(d)
Age Range: 16 Years

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Walking Dead Book 3 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 23 reviews.
OHMARS426 More than 1 year ago
Robert Kirkman out did himself with this one. The art the story line everything about this book is amazing. I can't wait to get the forth one. Once you open the book to the first page and begin to read you can't put the book down, don't get me wrong the first two are good, but it just gets better and better. Honestly can't wait to read them all, and share it with my friends
goose114 on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
This was definitely more intense than the previous two books. The group of survivors has been living in the prison and trying to make life more comfortable as the dead try to invade their safe haven ¿ but are they really safe without the threat of zombies? After a helicopter crash and going to investigate they group realizes that there must be other survivors and nearby. They discover a ¿town¿ of survivors being run by the brutal psychotic Governor. Even with the zombies constantly threatening the lives of the group the most menacing evil are the ones that have survived.
megadallion on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
I liked book 3 a lot more than book 2 (thankfully, because I was worried it was gonna go downhill from there). It's action-packed and exciting and I didn't want to put it down, whereas with book 2 I could take it or leave it. Most of this book is spent away from the prison (whereas book 2 was contained almost entirely in the prison, which became monotonous and boring and started to feel like a zombie-age soap opera since it revolved around drama between different people in the group). Since they get out and about, there's a lot more carnage and zombie battles which is fun and reminds the reader what an awful and terrifying situation these people are in - everyone was becoming too placid and comfortable in the last book in my opinion. Also, it kind of looks like there might be an impending war between the main characters and another band of survivors, so that will be interesting.
wilsonknut on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
This collection of issues 25-36 goes a little over the top in terms of shock value. Several new characters just don't make sense, in a poor writing in order to advance the plot kind of way. The series as a whole is still like crack cocaine for zombie fans, and much better quality than any recent zombie films.
burnit99 on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Rick and the others, now swttled at the prison, investigate when a helicopter crashes nearby. The small group's expedition leads them into a settlement of humans led by a sadistic psychopath, who maims Rick and tortures Michonne to find where they came from. They eventually escape and return to their prison home, where they now uneasily prepare for the probability of being found and attacked by their torturers. The storyline gets deeper and more complex, with a fine range of ethical ambiguities and choices. And we see in a horrifying way that there are worse monsters than the zombies.
theboylatham on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago

Seven out of ten.

The survivors come across another group of survivors - with a slightly different arrangement.

schatzi on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
I like zombie movies and books, and I really do like this series, but this collection wasn't the strongest of the three deluxe hardcovers that I've read so far. The series feels more like a jazzed up, more brutal version of 28 Days Later so far. I felt like I'd already read this before.
SleepDreamWrite More than 1 year ago
Another good volume.
JEN-E-- More than 1 year ago
Chock full action! Major Carnage. This issue Rick's group have their first encounter with The Governor, he chops Ricks' hand off, victimizes Michonne. He doesn't look Caucasian in the comics. Why do members of Ricks' group use different words when referring to the walkers. I've noticed that Rick, himself, has called the walkers zombies, roamers, rosters? Consistency is a must. The characters are sloppy, disorganized, with a leader whose leadership is in question. Rick losing a hand is a big blow to the safety of the group! Michonne bites The Governors ear off--symbolic, but not a better effect than Michonne killing his daughter, walker Penny, in the T.V. Series. Glenn and Maggie wed, but Carol wants a threesome between Rick, Lori, and herself. What's the deal, yo? The comics do not measure up to the T.V. Series, but I must continue on Book 4 Volume 4, because that is my duty as a Die-Hard Walking Dead fan.
SebNYS More than 1 year ago
my wife is hooked on the show on AMC but she is impatient to see what will happen in future episodes. i gave her one of these books for Christmas taking a chance. Who knew, she loves the series. She is on book five.
jessicaeliza More than 1 year ago
This story line is so intense! If you're into graphic novels, this is one to get!
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SSGbrown More than 1 year ago
Kirkman has done a great job keep it up
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