The Walking Dead, Vol. 03: Safety Behind Bars

The Walking Dead Vol Safety Behind Bars An epidemic of apocalyptic proportions has swept the globe causing the dead to rise and feed on the living In a matter of months society has crumbled there is no government no grocery stores no ma

  • Title: The Walking Dead, Vol. 03: Safety Behind Bars
  • Author: Robert Kirkman Charlie Adlard
  • ISBN: 9781582408057
  • Page: 424
  • Format: Paperback
  • An epidemic of apocalyptic proportions has swept the globe, causing the dead to rise and feed on the living In a matter of months, society has crumbled there is no government, no grocery stores, no mail delivery, no cable TV In a world ruled by the dead, we are forced to finally begin living This volume follows our band of survivors as they set up a permanent camp insiAn epidemic of apocalyptic proportions has swept the globe, causing the dead to rise and feed on the living In a matter of months, society has crumbled there is no government, no grocery stores, no mail delivery, no cable TV In a world ruled by the dead, we are forced to finally begin living This volume follows our band of survivors as they set up a permanent camp inside a prison Relationships change, characters die, and our team of survivors learn there s something far deadly than zombies out there each other.

    • The Walking Dead, Vol. 03: Safety Behind Bars by Robert Kirkman Charlie Adlard
      424 Robert Kirkman Charlie Adlard
    • thumbnail Title: The Walking Dead, Vol. 03: Safety Behind Bars by Robert Kirkman Charlie Adlard
      Posted by:Robert Kirkman Charlie Adlard
      Published :2019-02-23T11:51:50+00:00

    2 thoughts on “The Walking Dead, Vol. 03: Safety Behind Bars

    1. Robert Kirkman is an American comic book writer best known for his work on The Walking Dead, Invincible for Image Comics, as well as Ultimate X Men and Marvel Zombies for Marvel Comics He has also collaborated with Image Comics co founder Todd McFarlane on the series Haunt He is one of the five partners of Image Comics, and the only one of the five who was not one of the original co founders of that publisher.Robert Kirkman s first comic books were self published under his own Funk o Tron label Along with childhood friend Tony Moore, Kirkman created Battle Pope which was published in late 2001 Battle Pope ran for over 2 years along with other Funk o Tron published books such as InkPunks and Double Take In July of 2002, Robert s first work for another company began, with a 4 part SuperPatriot series for Image, along with Battle Pope backup story artist Cory Walker Robert s creator owned projects followed shortly thereafter, including Tech Jacket, Invincible and Walking Dead.

    2. YOU KILL. YOU DIE. These are simple words, though they’re my favourite phrase so far. Every society needs rules, and it shows how desperate this one is to create such a brutally necessary one. If you want to live under Rick’s protection, that’s the pact you take. If you kill another group member, if you kill a friend, you, too, will die. Seems fair enough in this world, but nothing is that simple. As soon as this line was delivered I knew the rule would soon be broken….At least they trie [...]

    3. Prisons are ideal places in this reality! This is the third volume of the softcover editions of "The Walking Dead", collecting the comic book issues from #13 to #18.Creative Team:Writer: Robert KirkmanIllustrators: Charlie Adlard Additional gray tones to inking: Cliff Rathburn Chapter ThreeSAFETY BEHIND BARS I ain’t gonna bury you again you son of a bitch.In our society, you never would want to go prison, but in an apocalyptical dystopia plagued with zombies, a prison would look like the logic [...]

    4. The bloody, putrid, rotting corpse of soap opera goodness that is The Walking Dead graphic novels is in its full balls out glory in the third collection Safety Behind Bars.Lori is pregnant with Shane's baby -- And in case you don't know, Shane is the former best friend of Rick, Lori's husband. Not only that, though, Lori and Rick's son Carl shot Shane dead. Not only that, though, Shane was buried after his death, and Rick realizes over the course of the story that Shane is probably zombified (mo [...]

    5. I don't know what it is about this series. I don't find it to be exceptional in any way and yet I keep buying the next volume because I feel like a zombie read and I figure I'm following these characters already.They aren't bad reads, but there's just very little 'new' in them and there seems to be a cycle forming with these volumes that leads to less character growth.I'm not sure if it is the art, the writing, or a combination of both, but I find it hard to tell many of the secondary characters [...]

    6. Things are really getting crazy now! This series is so good! I LOVE the covers by Tony Moore, they are brilliant. I still wish the comic was in colour (yes I know I've said it before) but I feel like it could have brought a lot more to the comics. I mean the covers are in colour and they're spectacular. I have a thing for pretty colours that work together. Anyway, I also love the story. You think things can't get any worse for the group but Robert Kirkman just keeps throwing stuff at them! I'm i [...]

    7. 5/5The Skinny:The same crew…sort of…is back. They believe that they have found the perfect place to live; space for everyone, food, and best of all, no zombies! But, as is almost always the case with The Walking Dead, nothing ever goes quite as planned.My Thoughts:I will just cut to the chase – Safety Behind Bars has been my favorite. I’m kind of surprised that after three zombie-filled volumes, that these graphic novels still deliver big. I found this installment to be bloodier, more sh [...]

    8. Ohhhhh snippity snap! That was intense! There were some serious curve-balls thrown in this volume, and some huge reveals that have enormous consequences. I dunno if that facial protection I mentioned in my status update would really make a difference after all, if you know what I'm saying. I actually think that this has been my favorite volume so far. The characters are familiar enough to me that I can identify with them so much better, and the situations that they are in are intense. And shitty [...]

    9. Man, I thought Lori was annoying on the show but she's even worse in these. More detailed review to come.

    10. 4.5 stars. This was by far the best volume in the series so far. Not only do the characters manage to stay in one spot for the length of the volume (unlike the previous two), but there was a lot more development with various characters. I love the storyline of Rick and his crew getting to know and having to live with the other prisoners, and there were a lot of shocking moments and heartbreak throughout. The action sequences as well were drawn incredibly well, as usual.As the graphic novel serie [...]

    11. WrensReads Review:So I am reading the first compendium again so I can read the second and the third. This time, I will rate them by the volume that they are.WrensReads Review:The third volume is my favorite so far. Rick and the gang are cleaning out the prison to make it into a home. Rick swallow his pride and tells Hershel and his family to come live in the prison with them because it is safer there.Or is it?You see, there are prisoners there that don't know what has been going on in the outsid [...]

    12. This one felt a little slower until the end, and it definitely feels like some scenes are added in for pure shock value. Looks like their journey is going to continue so I'll be along for the ride to see where they end up next. They should probably get rid of some people, too. Travel light, less characters taking up space. People are freaking out and having these crazy mood swings all the time. You would think the zombie apocalypse happened our something. Hopefully it's not this bad when the rea [...]

    13. Volume 3 of The Walking Dead might be the bleakest, bloodiest and most miserable in the series so far - and the first two volumes were pretty damn miserable! This is a book where the dead are dug out of their graves just to be shot in the head, and that’s not even counting the butchered children or the suicide pacts! So the group have made it to a prison which is infested with zombies but, once cleared, could be a safe haven for them. Inside are a handful of remaining inmates - but can these c [...]

    14. Volume 2 concluded with the confrontation with Herschel and his family and the gang leaving with no food and no direction. The final panel had them come across a prison.So I choose to call Volume 3 'The Walking Dead in da Clink'.There are lots of great ideas and themes brought forward in this issue. The main thing is an exploration of criminality in the past compared to in the zombie apocalypse. The prison is not quite deserted; lots of zombies of course, but 4 prisoners have managed to survive. [...]

    15. I really enjoyed this volume. I can't remember how close it was to the show, but found the story amazing.

    16. The group arrive at the prison and start to make a home there, and start to feel safe. How can they be safe behind bars when the biggest threat there isn't the living dead, but the living?*dramatic music*This issue is a bit of a turning point for the group. In the first 2 issues, the group basically trusts anyone who comes along and gives them the benefit of the doubt. By the end of Safety Behind Bars, they learn to not be so trusting with outsiders and start to develop some rules to their new l [...]

    17. This was insane??! It was so action packed that it actually felt like an episode of TWD! By far the best yet.

    18. It's official - comic book Lori is far more annoying than tv Lori.And this was the best moment so far.

    19. I really liked this volume, the story arc shifts from the zombies and the fear of safety to the prison and the people as they take shelter behind bars to stay safe.This volume is so bloody and yet none of is is from zombies. We see the group get emotional and raw as someone has been killing off their own. We learn that you don't have to be bitten by a zombie to change, and we learn Rick and Lori have gone crazy cliche, man the mood swings were annoying at times as was their dialogue. The whole g [...]

    20. Book 3, Safety Behind Bars, is the prison story arc including taking the prison and clearing it. But, here's where it gets interesting: most of this graphic novel is wildly different than the tv series and even where the plot lines were echoed, the twists are wildly different. Much more tension in the group here.

    21. When I heard that The Walking Dead graphic novel series was in development for a series on AMC (home of my absolute favorite, Breaking Bad). I was elated. Then reality sank in. I was still stinging from what had been done to the Terry Gooodkind novel series, The Sword of Truth. My mind spun, prompting me to dig out the series, wondering where the problems might occur. No surprise, the volume that solidifies the series as truly great, the one that earns Robert Kirkman the title I alluded to in my [...]

    22. It was fun, it was quick but it wasn't anything special and it's not nearly as good as the tv show in my opinion :| I will for sure continue with this series, I'm just not sure when I'll buy the next volume(s).

    23. In this edition, our survivors finally find shelter, food and safety within the walls of a prison. But as the otside threat abates, inside tensions grow to a boiling point. We lose some people in gruesome ways and this time it is not the zombies. What did we become? Who can we trust? I am at the edge of my seat as I eat these up in succession. (ok kinda gross analogy)

    24. This was another great instalment of The Walking Dead. One would think with these things being so short there would be little time for good story development. That is far from the truth. I really enjoyed this volume. I will warn you it does end on a cliffhanger. So when you finish it you will want to start the next one ASAP. I am looking forward to seeing where things go from here.

    25. Ven? Sabía que iba a seguir subiendo el nivel. El haber visto la serie antes no sé si ayuda a mi experiencia leyendo los comics, pero de cualquier manera me ha gustado encontrar que ambas cosas, una con otra, tienen varias diferencias y por lo tanto varias sorpresas.

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *