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Old 02-14-2014, 12:26 PM   #5221
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Old 02-14-2014, 12:28 PM   #5222
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Old 02-14-2014, 12:36 PM   #5223
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Old 02-14-2014, 12:42 PM   #5224
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Old 02-14-2014, 12:52 PM   #5225
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Old 02-14-2014, 12:57 PM   #5226
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so....that story....it isn't in compendium 1 or 2 is it? I don't remember that at all.
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Old 02-14-2014, 01:17 PM   #5227
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so....that story....it isn't in compendium 1 or 2 is it? I don't remember that at all.
Nope... Special edition. They have a few of them i believe.
There's one for Tyrese that's pretty good.
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Old 02-14-2014, 01:23 PM   #5228
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So since I ordered the compendiums.....where does the TV show start getting different? I've watched up until season 4.
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Old 02-14-2014, 01:36 PM   #5229
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Nope... Special edition. They have a few of them i believe.
There's one for Tyrese that's pretty good.
Well....thanks for the info.
but I woulda sworn "they got what they deserved".
which makes NO DAMN SENSE that she said that!!! considering what you just showed me in the vid of that book. see what I mean? it's like....uh....what?
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So since I ordered the compendiums.....where does the TV show start getting different? I've watched up until season 4.
Pretty much from the beginning. It follows a similar arc, but there are a lot of differences.
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Pretty much from the beginning. It follows a similar arc, but there are a lot of differences.
Better or worse in your opinion?
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Old 02-14-2014, 03:10 PM   #5232
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Better or worse in your opinion?
Overall, I like the show better. The story is more solid, the characters better written, and I think the writers of the show have more respect for the story than the comic.

Kirkman sets up a ton of story lines in the books and then in one fell swoop will kill a dozen characters, wiping out their story lines. And while that's his prerogative and I understand he's saying "anything can happen," I feel like that's disrespectful to the material and its readers to destroy so much so fast on what feels like a whim.

But there's a violence and brutality in the comic books that I really enjoy, and characterizations that they'll never show on TV. The Governor, for one; he's a charicature of evil in the books, and that's kinda fun. But David Morrissey does such a great job with the role, backstory, and such that I much prefer his Governor over the books. And I think we're building up to a character called Negan in the show, and I honestly have no idea how they'll do it, because as evil as the Governor was in the comics, Negan is way worse.

Bottom line, I think the comics are worth reading. I bought the compendiums, and every few months when they release a new volume, I pick it up.
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Old 02-14-2014, 04:21 PM   #5233
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Overall, I like the show better. The story is more solid, the characters better written, and I think the writers of the show have more respect for the story than the comic.

Kirkman sets up a ton of story lines in the books and then in one fell swoop will kill a dozen characters, wiping out their story lines. And while that's his prerogative and I understand he's saying "anything can happen," I feel like that's disrespectful to the material and its readers to destroy so much so fast on what feels like a whim.

But there's a violence and brutality in the comic books that I really enjoy, and characterizations that they'll never show on TV. The Governor, for one; he's a charicature of evil in the books, and that's kinda fun. But David Morrissey does such a great job with the role, backstory, and such that I much prefer his Governor over the books. And I think we're building up to a character called Negan in the show, and I honestly have no idea how they'll do it, because as evil as the Governor was in the comics, Negan is way worse.

Bottom line, I think the comics are worth reading. I bought the compendiums, and every few months when they release a new volume, I pick it up.
I'm enjoy the show alot more, esp with whats happend now. I've hardly gotten into the compendiums but need to. I have both volumes too.
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Overall, I like the show better. The story is more solid, the characters better written, and I think the writers of the show have more respect for the story than the comic.

Kirkman sets up a ton of story lines in the books and then in one fell swoop will kill a dozen characters, wiping out their story lines. And while that's his prerogative and I understand he's saying "anything can happen," I feel like that's disrespectful to the material and its readers to destroy so much so fast on what feels like a whim.

But there's a violence and brutality in the comic books that I really enjoy, and characterizations that they'll never show on TV. The Governor, for one; he's a charicature of evil in the books, and that's kinda fun. But David Morrissey does such a great job with the role, backstory, and such that I much prefer his Governor over the books. And I think we're building up to a character called Negan in the show, and I honestly have no idea how they'll do it, because as evil as the Governor was in the comics, Negan is way worse.

Bottom line, I think the comics are worth reading. I bought the compendiums, and every few months when they release a new volume, I pick it up.

I couldn't describe my feelings better.
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Old 02-14-2014, 06:32 PM   #5235
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gonzo had it all right about michones "pets".

they didn't play much in the comics tho........

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