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My review of The Walking Dead

December 19, 2019
By ZESUS777 BRONZE, Sacramento, California
ZESUS777 BRONZE, Sacramento, California
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Favorite Quote:
"The more we value things, the less we value our selves."- Bruce Lee

The Walking Dead is a series of  graphic novels and a Tv show, that made great impact in pop culture. The Walking Dead is a story that was made by four people, Robert Kirkman, Charlie Adlard, Tony Moore, and Cliff Rathburn. Robert Kirkman is the author. Charlie Adlard, Tony Moore, and Cliff Rathburn are the artist. The story is about a cop named Rick, who  has to survive with a group of people from a zombie apocalypse,they have problems with zombies(duh) and sometimes other humans.

I like The Walking Dead because it's a good graphic novel or comic however you’re going to call it. It’s good. The story isn’t always black and white, the characters in the story sometimes have to make hard choices, not always choices that are morally right. Making them seem more human, and the conflicts they have with each other, brings out the character out of them , making them seem more likable, annoying or even relatable.

In The Walking Dead bunch of things happened. Turns Out  that the military is no more, there are just cities full of zombies. Resources are becoming scarce, and people are at each other's throats for the resources that are left. That's why some form groups and make agreements.  And if they don’t , then they might separate or just kill each other. But the thing that got me reading this is the fame that it has and also it’s a graphic novel. I like reading comics, manga and anything with pictures  I guess. 

And if you're like me, then I recommend you to read it. Oh and  if you can handle it then dont read it, there’re sex, zombies, bad language, and blood/killing/murder. Then don’t read. But I still recommend people to read The Walking Dead.

The author's comments:

i like graphic novels

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