The Walking Dead Governor Will Have his Comic Origin Story

When the Governor first appeared in The Walking Dead #27, readers couldn’t get enough of the evil, but likeable character also known as Philip Blake. This March, 2013, Image comics will be releasing “The Walking Dead: Governor Special” which will feature his appearance in the CBLDF Liberty Annual as well as his first appearance. Stay tuned for the solicitation after the break.

The Walking Dead the Governor origin

The Walking Dead the Governor origin

WALKING DEAD THE GOVERNOR SPECIAL

WRITTEN BY: Robert Kirkman
ART BY: Charlie Adlard
PUBLISHER: Image Comics
PRICE: $2.99
RELEASE: March 6, 2013

This special Walking Dead issue contains a reprint of THE WALKING DEAD 27, featuring the first appearance of The Governor, as well as the Governor origin story that first appeared in the CBLDF LIBERTY ANNUAL 2012. Find out the origins of the villain from THE WALKING DEAD SEASON 3!

This year’s CBLDF LIBERTY ANNUAL anthology, benefitting the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund and published by Image Comics, declares “It’s good to be free!” Edited by Image Publisher Eric Stephenson, the 48-page anthology to be released on October 31 features short stories by some of comics’ hottest creators.

Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard made their contribution in an all-new story about THE WALKING DEAD arch-villain The Governor, who made his debut in the television series in the third season. The anthology also features incredible stories by Howard Chaykin, Kieron Gillen, Jim McCann, Terry Moore, Chris Roberson, James Robinson, and more! Eye-popping art by stars like Michael Allred, Chynna Clugston-Flores, Janet Lee, and Ben Templesmith completes this celebration of comics and free speech

 

 

 

 

I’m a 31-year-old bilingual writer, with a passion for running; exercise fan. Enjoys reading comics, scifi stories, working in a online scifi comic. Organizer of the zombie walk in Guayaquil, Ecuador.

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2 Comments

  1. Bato says:

    Good post, I always like them.

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