Calling The Walking Dead a success is an understatement. The comic inspired the hit television show of the same name, both of which revel in continued success. The property itself is celebrating the 10th anniversary this year and Robert Kirkman's Skybound has partnered with Hyundai to curate a special gallery exhibit showcasing some of the work of Charlie Adlard. The exhibit will take place at Pillars 37 (517 West 37th Street, between 10th and 11th Avenues), and the gallery will be open to the public Thursday October 10th from 11 AM -7 PM, Friday October 11th from 11 AM -4 PM and Saturday October 12th from 10AM -5 PM.
This gallery will showcase The Walking Dead artwork, famed illustrations and the Veloster Zombie Survival Machine from San Diego Comic-Con. Limited edition prints, exclusive to the gallery, will be distributed to guests each day. The gallery will also host a private screening of the world premiere of the “Hyundai Presents The Walking Dead: A Decade of Dead” documentary. The documentary will then be available for viewing exclusively on thewalkingdead.com.
Additionally, Adlard will be doing a special book signing for the limited edition slipcased version of his new book The Art of Charlie Adlard at the gallery from 11 AM - 12 PM on Saturday 10/12. There will be 150 copies of these limited edition art books available for purchase at the gallery, on a first come, first served basis. The books will cost $75 each. Full press release below.