Adlard Shambles On With "The Walking Dead," Readies For "The Passenger"
Charlie Adlard discusses his and Robert Kirkman's non-"Walking Dead" collaboration "The Passenger," the horrific scene he had to be convinced to illustrate and the experience of seeing his creations come to life on TV.
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Kirkman said in one of the early letters pages that Walking Dead was Rick's story and Walking Dead wouldn't be Walking Dead without him, so I'm not sure how he would feel about killing him off!
It's going to happen. Maybe not in 108. Maybe not in 150..or 200..but it's going to happen, and it's going to be one hell of a gut punch.
Originally Posted by Sheldipez
I can't wait.
I bet Ottley would have drawn the torture scene with extra torture. I love both of their styles, it's great that Kirkman deals with such opposite artists.
Hahahaha. I loved the comment about him trying to get Kirkman into european comics. I wonder if he is going to like them, and how he may be inspired. He already has a quite honest style, without self-censoring himself like lots of other writers do. Most european comics are a step above that. Would be really interesting.