The Walking Dead is Getting a Huge Anniversary Box Set
Celebrate 15 years of Robert Kirkman's apocalyptic world with this collection.
By Chris Morse
We are approaching the 15th anniversary of The Walking Dead and Image Comics and Skybound are celebrating in a big way by unveiling The Walking Dead Compendium 15th Anniversary Box Set. This huge collection is more than just a compilation of compendiums 1, 2, and 3; it also features an expanded Here's Negan origin story paperback, including all-new backstory for Michonne, Tyrese, the Governor, and Morgan, along with exclusive new covers.
This set contains the first 144 issues of The Walking Dead comic series and is the most complete collection to date. It will set you back $200.00 but you are getting a lot of comic reading for that price. This box set will be available on October 3rd and hits bookstores on October 9th. You can reserve yours right now on Amazon, so what are you waiting for?
Whether you are a die-hard collector of all things The Walking Dead, or perhaps a disenfranchised TV show fan who just needs more Rick Grimes, this could be the ultimate collection to take the plunge and shout "shut up and take my money!" This author may be doing exactly that. Let us know if you might be thinking about picking this up as well in the comments below or on social media.
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