The Walking Dead is a monthly black-and-white comic book chronicling the travels of the survivors of a zombie apocalypse. First issued in 2003 by publisher Image Comics, the comic was created by writer Robert Kirkman and artist Tony Moore (who was later replaced by Charlie Adlard from issue #7 onward, though Moore continued to create the covers through issue #24.)
The Walking Dead received the 2010 Eisner Award for Best Continuing Series at San Diego Comic-Con International. The series was adapted into the AMC television series The Walking Dead, which premiered in 2010. The television program follows a different storyline from the comic book. The franchise has also spawned multiple additional media properties, including video games (e.g., The Walking Dead video game), webisode series (The Walking Dead: Torn Apart and The Walking Dead: Cold Storage), and various additional publications, including books (e.g., The Walking Dead: Rise of the Governor).
Author: Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore, Charlie Adlard
Wanted is a comic book limited series written by Mark Millar, with art by J. G. Jones. It was published by Top Cow in 2003 and 2004 as part of Millarworld. It features an amoral protagonist who discovers he is the heir to a career as a supervillain assassin in a world where such villains have secretly taken control of the planet.
The Sunday Times dubbed the title "the Watchmen for super-villains." A film adaptation, very loosely based on the comic, was released on June 27, 2008.
Batman Confidential is an American monthly comic book series from DC Comics which debuted on December 6, 2006 and concluded on March 2, 2011.
Like a previous Batman series, Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight, Batman Confidential featured stories by rotating creative teams set in the early years of modern Batman’s career, post-Batman: Year One, and illustrated formative moments in the character’s past, such as first encounters with allies and foes.
Assassin's Creed is a series of comic books split into several volumes, originally published in French for Canada and France. While the original volume was primarily based on the storyline of Assassin's Creed and Assassin's Creed II - though notably different - the second and third issues shifted their focus to a completely original storyline based on the characters Aquilus and Accipiter, while also borrowing elements from Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood.
Punisher: In the Blood is a five-issue comic book limited series published by Marvel Comics. The Punisher will face in the final battle against Jigsaw. The series was released in 2010 written by Rick Remender.
Punishera przygód ciąg dalszy. Seria v4 to bezpożrednia kontynuacja 12 zeszytów wydanych przez Mandragorę. Znów Ennis bulwersuje, i znów Dillon... nudzi(?). Jeżli chcesz poznć odpowiedzi na pytania: - Czy Ruski naprawdę zginął? - Co się stało z detektywem Soap? - Czy Spiderman jest naprawdę taki niezwykły? to zapraszamy do lektury.
Scenariusz: GARTH ENNIS Rysunki: DARICK ROBERTSON, NELSON Jakożæ skanów: różna
Scalped is a critically acclaimed 60 issue crime/western comic book series written by Jason Aaron and illustrated by R. M. Guéra, published monthly by Vertigo Comics. Issue #1 was published on January 3, 2007.
The series focuses on the Oglala Lakota inhabitants of the fictional Prairie Rose Indian Reservation in modern-day South Dakota as they grapple with organized crime, rampant poverty, drug addiction and alcoholism, local politics and the preservation of their cultural identity.
As in Local and DMZ, indie superstar Wood shows great skill in writing extremely appealing and occasionally infuriating female leads. All four of the college freshmen at the center of this tale are well realized, but it’s shy, sheltered Riley who is the focus of this girlcentric offering. Riley’s life is packed with drama as she meets up with her estranged older sister and struggles to balance school, family, and a mysterious new boyfriend—whom she has never met but texts to the point of obsession. Kelly’s art, filled with expressive, idiosyncratic faces and figures, matches Wood’s indie street cred with gritty depictions of the Lower East Side. He captures actual New York locations with nearly photographic accuracy, matching Wood’s affection for the city, itself made obvious by the passages of hipster, travel-guide stuff packed into the story. Despite a disturbingly ambiguous ending, this graphic novel will delight readers on the cusp of discovering their own independence.
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