The Walking Dead 15TH Anniversary Box Set

Image Comics/Skybound is pleased to announce a special WALKING DEAD 15TH ANNIVERSARY BOX SET stuffed with over 3,300 pages of Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard’s walkers, Survivors, Saviors and a barbwire bat named Lucille—just in time for readers to enjoy in the days leading up to this year’s THE WALKING DEAD DAY on Saturday, October 13th.

“I can’t quite believe it’s been 15 years. This is an amazing box set and it’s something that I would be proud to have on my bookshelf…” said Adlard. “Here’s to the next anniversary!”

This deluxe boxset includes THE WALKING DEAD Compendiums 1, 2, and 3—each with exclusive, new covers—collecting the first 144 issues of the New York Timesbestselling survival horror series from Kirkman and Charlie Adlard. It also includes an exclusive, expanded edition of the HERE’S NEGAN trade paperback, which now features the previously uncollected origins of Michonne, Tyrese, the Governor, and Morgan. This box promises to be the most complete collection of THE WALKING DEAD ever assembled and is a cannot-miss experience for the ultimate fan.

THE WALKING DEAD COMPENDIUM 15TH ANNIVERSARY BOX SET (Diamond Code APR188923), which will retail for $200, will be available on Wednesday, October 3rd and in bookstores on Tuesday, October 9th. The final order cutoff deadline for retailers is Monday, June 11th.

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25 Responses to The Walking Dead 15TH Anniversary Box Set

  1. A. King says:

    Now if they were all hardcovers I’d be interested at that price.

  2. Poka says:

    Doestn’t seem to be hardcover. According to amazing the 3000+ pages weights only 1.1 pounds incl box. https://www.amazon.com/dp/1534310231/ref=sr_1_2_det?ie=UTF8&qid=1528246994&sr=8-2#productPromotions

    Surely that cannot be right?

    • agentpoyo says:

      Yeah, that’s wrong. 3 normal size comics weigh a pound on average. I can pack 2 comics with couple pieces of cardboard for protection and it usually rounds out to 16 ounces.

    • JayClue says:

      I wish my short boxes were 1 lb. That would be awesome. If Kirkman can make that happen, I will read all his books, forever. 2 copies.

      • agentpoyo says:

        I cluld see Kirkman switching his books to be printed on tracing paper to save money, nkt to make his books lighter. 😉

  3. Fyi!!
    Walking Dead Day is October 13th! Let’s push those Compendiums!!

  4. Shines says:

    Just out of curiosity, how many different times has Image reprinted the WD #1? I mean in different formats or books. Aside from the original, there’s the $1.00 Image first, the trade paperback, the Omnibus, the Compendium, what else?

    • agentpoyo says:

      According to comicspriceguide.com and including #1 that appear in trades and omnibuses, etc…. #1 has been printed 80 times.

  5. David Bitterbaum says:

    I wonder how many folk will buy it just for the special, “Here’s Negan,” hardcover with the extra previously-uncollected stories? Some completionists will surely want it.

    • agentpoyo says:

      The “Here’s Negan” they said would be found no where else but in Image+ Magazine….. But then was made in special format for 25th anniversary box….. Now in The WD 15th anniversary box…. 😦

  6. over inflated bubba says:

    didnt they say they were never reprinted the negan story

    • agentpoyo says:

      Image promises a lot of things they always tend to break or not follow. I think that’s what pissed a lot of consumers off with the Negan story from the Image+ magazines when they said it would not get reprinted but it was what.. just mere months later they had a reprint of it.

      This is one reason I will not buy into any Image promoted box set.

      One of my local shops are still trying to unload their Oblivion Song box.

      • Uncle Willie says:

        I went heavy on “Oblivion Song” boxed set and got most of what I ordered, did pretty good on the first wave at $200 retail .. 2nd wave, a couple months later, it’s Deadsville .. may still be a good long term hold, though ..

      • agentpoyo says:

        Maybe but I’m not counting on it. Unless it becomes a huge TV show…. We can likely compare it to Outcast which did get a show and those books are worthless.

  7. Uncle Willie says:

    With Diamond not showing any limitation on the number of sets, I don’t think it’s going to have a high level of investment value .. maybe a slight bump initially, but long term, probably not ..

    • agentpoyo says:

      The sad part is, I can only see this set catering to those who have never read the comics. Most if not all the Walking Dead readers already have these in comic form. I wouldn’t spend $200 on these when you can find the past prints of compendiums, trades and special Michonne and Governor comics for dirt cheap at the local Half Price books.

      I dust don’t see anything as being special or collectible if it’s not a limited edition (numbered) with a hard cover, maybe a signature of Kirkman and Adlard, perhaps a quick sketch in the inside, etc.

      $200 gets me two more sky dives.. 🙂

  8. A. King says:

    I’ll just stick to the hardcovers I’ve been collecting. I haven’t gotten the last couple, but I think that they collect either 18 or 12 issues.

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