The Walking Dead, Volume 6: This Sorrowful Life

The Walking Dead, Volume 6: This Sorrowful Life

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Trapped in a town surrounded by madmen, Rick must find a way out or die trying. Meanwhile, back at the prison, the rest of the survivors come to grips with the fact Rick may be dead. A major turning point in the series is reached. Collects issues #31-36.

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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. Rick Grimes finds himself one of the few survivors in this terrifying future. A couple months ago he was a small town cop who had never fired a shot and only ever saw one dead body. Separated from his family, he must now sort through all the death and confusion to try and find his wife and son. In a world ruled by the dead, we are forced to finally begin living

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781607065388
Publisher: Image Comics
Publication date: 04/11/2007
Series: Walking Dead
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 134
Sales rank: 481,401
File size: 55 MB
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Age Range: 17 Years

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The Walking Dead, Volume 6: This Sorrowful Life 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 20 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love the tv show more but this is pretty good 2
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is one of the issues where terrible and good things happen in "The Walking Dead" series. It is a disturbing volume, again. It is definitely not for the faint of heart. As usual, the visuals elicit a visceral response from me. The writing and dialogue move quickly, but not fast enough in some parts. The tension is palpable. Good job to the author and artist once again! -AvidReader
Ozwell More than 1 year ago
The Walking Dead - comics' greatest Zombie soap opera - shambles into its sixth thrilling volume. Don't start here - you'll be missing out. Be Warned: This is definitely not for everyone - this volume, especially. It's hard to overstate how intense and challenging this series is. It's very strong stuff and not for the faint hearted. Even the jaded will have to admit that this is a harrowing read
clark.hallman on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Although there does not seem to be a happy ending coming anytime soon, I continue to enjoy reading the Walking Dead graphic series. The Zombies are constantly lurking, just waiting for any opportunity to taste human flesh and satisfying that taste on a regular basis. However, it is no surprise that the dystopian society that has emerged after the Zombie epidemic took control has also resulted in a survival-of-the-fittest struggle between bands of human survivors. Rick¿s band of survivors fights for survival with both living and rotting people in this violent episode. I don¿t see anything but more of the same in future episodes. However, I will surely be reading them.
kayceel on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
How I love this series... I'm a die-hard zombie fan, and even more of a fan of 'apocalypse' fiction - some event causes the death of massive amounts of the population and the survivors are left to try and piece together a new life. This series satisfies both loves! Not so crazy about the art, though. Just not up to the standards of the older stuff, in my opinion, tho I admittedly prefer my comics, art, etc. as realistically drawn as possible, so I'm not the most reliable of critics!
Clurb on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Despite the fact that I'm eating this series up rather rapidly, after six volumes I'm still unsure about whether or not I'm enjoying it. The plot twists and turns without ever giving the feeling that it might actually be going somewhere, and both characters and extranious limbs are being cast away at an incredible rate of knots. The characters that are left are, for the most part, incessently whiny and unlikeable, and their dialogue trudges over the same old ground, volume after volume. But I find myself thinking that perhaps my inability to care about who'll die next is really the point of Kirkman's writing. In a dystopian future where survival is all, is there really any point in contriving to find more varied topics of conversation? And when the death rate is sitting steady at one of two characters per volume, what's the use of defining personalities or establishing relationships? What this series does very well is to convey the superfluous aspects of society, and to focus on the grinding conflicts of surviving whilst retaining your humanity. I'm just still not sure why I'm bothering.
Holly More than 1 year ago
This Sorrowful Life is the 30th-36th issues of the popular The Walking Dead comics! With Rick, Michonne & Glen trapped in Woodbury with a crazy man, everything will change for them in this book. As they escape from this town with some people that hate the Governor but not without Michonne having her revenge on the Governor for all the things he did to her. It all leads to people changing within the group and a new life that is about to be born for them to pray that the evil is gone but only time will tell. The more I get into this series, the more I love it! Having Michonne have her revenge on the Governor was kinda perfect was also kinda cringe worthy of all the stuff that she did to him. I just hope that this isn't the last we see of the Governor but I know that there will be worse people coming in the future so maybe this will be the break that they all need. I only wished that I found this series earlier but it's kinda cool reading this while The Walking Dead is on break just to get my fix of zombies! Thank You to Robert Kirkman for having this fantastic series that leaves you wanting more! I borrowed this book from my local Public Library.
SleepDreamWrite More than 1 year ago
The more I'm reading this, the more liking the tone and story arc so far. And so far, while interesting also kind of sad. And yet you want to keep reading as you follow these characters in this zombie apocalypse. Plus it makes me want to watch the show again.
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Sean_From_OHIO More than 1 year ago
Robert Kirkman's depressingly stark world is portrayed so well here. We, the readers, are shown some of the atrocities of this world. While I feel I'm used to the gore from reading the previous books, this one was the most gruesome so far. I felt it went too far, although I do understand that's the point. Charlie Adlard's art is the same as always which is perfect for the book. Overall, a very good book with a little too much gore at times.
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The Walking Dead is possibly my fave comic series of all time. I don't like the show, however. Too boring for me. I prefer reading, anyways.
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