The Walking Dead Comic Book Adoption Cast (Based On The Comic By Robert Kirkman)
by Indiana Jones created 27 Jul 2013 | last updated - 24 May 2015
The TV show is good, but the comic is truly great. The Walking Dead is one of the top selling comic books in recent years. It is well crafted and has made Kirkman a superstar in the comic book industry. Horror fans should definitely check this comic series out as well as fans of comic books everywhere. TV series is nothing like the comic. Sure, there are some certain fragments from the comic in the show. But most of the time it is a whole new thing. There are the same characters but they do new things. And above all there are alot of new people like Daryl and T-Dog in the show. So here is my reboot cast for a direct adoption form the comic series. The characters are grouped roughly in order of first appearance.
From: Volume 1: Days Gone Bye Volume 2: Miles Behind Us Volume 3: Safety Behind Bars Volume 4: The Heart's Desire Volume 5: The Best Defense Volume 6: This Sorrowful Life Volume 7: The Calm Before Volume 8: Made To Suffer Volume 9: Here We Remain Volume 10: What We Become Volume 11: Fear the Hunters Volume 12: Life Among Them Volume 13: Too Far Gone Volume 14: No Way Out Volume 15: We Find Ourselves Volume 16: A Larger World Volume 17: Something to Fear Volume 18: What Comes After Volume 19: March To War Volume 20: All Out War Volume 21: All Out War (Part Two)
Top 10 Characters From The Comic:
No. 10: Axel No. 9: Glenn No. 8: Sgt. Abraham Ford No. 7: Tyrese No. 6: Michonne No. 5: Andrea No. 4: Carl Grimes No. 3: Paul 'Jesus' Monroe No. 2: Negan No. 1: Rick Grimes
Rick Grimes is the main character of The Walking Dead who was first encountered in Issue 1, and one of the last remaining Atlanta survivors. The Comic Series is meant to follow his life for the approximate 300 issue run. Rick is the husband of Lori Grimes and father of Carl Grimes.
Note: Viggo Mortensen is a fantastic actor, but now Days he does not make lot of blockbuster movies. So i figured he need this come back! He is my favorite choice. He is a bit too old for the roll but he does not look as old as he is. Dye his hair blonde and he will be perfect. My second choice is Ewan McGregor, or maybe Charlie Hunnam.
Trivia: Robert Kirkman has expressed annoyance that Rick lost his hand so early on and has said it has caused great difficulty in writing for the character in the issues that followed. ”
Negan is a character first introduced in Issue 100 of The Walking Dead and is the leader of The Saviors and the current primary antagonist for the Comic Series. Negan is something of the polar opposite to Rick. While Rick has killed to survive, Negan kills to assert his group's stance as the dominant power in the post-apocalypse, which he refers to as "The New World Order". He uses his authority and resources to subjugate other communities, such as The Hilltop Colony, The Kingdom, and now the Alexandria Safe-Zone, into paying tribute to The Saviors in exchange for protection from walkers.
Trivia: In Issue 105, a very rare glimpse of Negan's sympathy is shown after he makes light of the disturbing gunshot injury to Carl's eye, making the young boy cry. He apologizes for this with what appears to be sincere concern and admits how easy it is to forget that he is just a child. This implies that Negan may not simply be a psychopath, but possibly someone suffering from what is known as bipolar disorder. Sufferers are known to bounce back and forth between emotions when provoked by certain reactions. Most cases, however, take little to no provoking at all. Coupled with the continuing (and conflicting) remarks that Carl needs punishment, but also deserves respect, could merely imply that, being Negan is a "darker" Rick (both of them are the leaders of a large group of survivors, but while Rick acts in self defence only).
Note: My first choice for Negan. He has the proper body, jaw and voice. The only problem is that he has never done a serious film. but he is a good actor so I'm sure he can do it. otherwise, any of them here James Purefoy, Michael Madsen and Neil Maskell, I have Heard they could fit for the roll. ”