Walking Dead: Comic Edition, The
- Black and white sketch effect (To create that feel of the original comic)
- Alternate color sketch effect
- Live action Black and White
- Live action in the original color
- Ripbot to rip BluRays
- Added in new opening credits
- Shortened up scenes with Rick, Morgan, and Duane
- Cut out pretty much all the camp scenes
- Cut out the tank scene with Rick and Glen (now he just falls of his horse and starts shooting)
- Cut out scenes with Merle (doesn't exist in this edit)
- Trimmed up the scene with Glen and Rick use guts to blend in
- Cut out rooftop scenes watching Rick and Glen walk through the walkers
- Cut out T-Dogs interactions with Merle
- Cut out Glen mentioning Merle when he got back to camp
- Added end credits with Creedance Clearwater Revival's "Who'll Stop the Rain"
I don't get it. I feel like I just watched the first 2 episodes of Season 1, mildly edited (i.e. nothing much cut out) and in black-and-white. Then it just sort of ends and there's no concept or notion of the next part. I didn't watch the comic book filter versions because of the negative reviews on that format, I only watched the B&W regular.
I liked the idea of taking that small part of a massive story, eliminating all the side stories that might won't make the ending an actual ending.
That filter was cool for the most part, but gets in the way when applied on darker scenes.
As a fan of the series I liked it, but you don't have to be a fan to enjoy it, since it's a story anyone can relate to.
This edit is actually a LOT of fun, the only problem that got to me is that there is a strange filter over it that makes it almost unwatchable. Some scenes make it look really cool and others are almost 100% white. The actual editing is done well and is very close to the comic, I hope that you may release a version that is black and white but not vectorized/filtered
This is a really interesting concept, but the execution is lacking. The comic book treatment looks great in some scenes (mainly exterior shots) and downright horrible (mainly interior shots) in others. But the narrative is strong (minus a few lines that should have been cut) and Rick's story is very engaging. I'd definitely recommend it to fans of the show and comic book. I'd love to see a non-comic book version of this.