I am absolutely loving Kirkman and Moore’s The Walking Dead, and collecting bits and pieces towards an article. (Need to finish the one on V for Vendetta first!) TWD is a fantastic novel, deserving of all the praise, and has many many deep issues to pick up for philosophical reflection.
In these frames from TWD#7 Rick and Tyreese ponder the ethics of killing people who look like dead, but walk. Not a very common discussion in the genre?