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Image Comics' "Walking Dead" #34 Sells Out

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BERKELEY, CA -- 12 February, 2007 -- For the second straight issue in a row, THE WALKING DEAD has sold out. Image Comics is happy to announce that they will be going back to press to satisfy the incredible demand for THE WALKING DEAD #34. Last month's disturbing confrontation between Michonne and the Governor was the most controversial issue of THE WALKING DEAD yet, and the buzz was so huge that it's carrying over. Month after month, more and more fans are getting hooked on THE WALKING DEAD.

"Last month's issue kicked everything up a notch -- everyone wants to find out what's going to happen next," says Image Comics Executive Director Eric Stephenson. "It also didn't hurt that the Governor was named Wizard's Villain of the Year for 2006. THE WALKING DEAD is consistently one of our best selling titles, but clearly, we're still picking up readers."

"With THE WALKING DEAD selling out from Image almost every issue, it's obvious this is a series that is constantly finding new readers," says Flying Colors store owner Joe Field. "We fortunately have some left in stock -- and we're always happy to stock aggressively and be able to turn new readers on to this most undead of titles!"

If you were blown away by #33 and pounced on #34 as soon as it hit the the stands, you are not going to believe what's coming next in THE WALKING DEAD. Watch out!

THE WALKING DEAD #34 will be back in stores in early March. Issue #35 is on sale February 28th.

Image Comics is a comics and graphic novels publisher formed in 1992 by a collective of best-selling artists. Since that time, Image has gone on to become one of the largest comics publishers in the United States. There are currently four partners in Image Comics (Erik Larsen, Todd McFarlane, Marc Silvestri and Jim Valentino), and Image is currently divided into four major houses (Todd McFarlane Productions, Top Cow Productions, Shadowline and Image Central). Image comics and graphic novels cover nearly every genre, sub-genre and style imaginable, offering science fiction, romance, horror, crime fiction, historical fiction, humor and more by the finest artists and writers working in the medium today.

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