|Walking Dead 6|
|Series||The Walking Dead|
|Title||"Days Gone Bye"|
|Cover date||March, 2004|
|Cover Artists||Tony Moore|
|Previous||The Walking Dead #5|
|Next||The Walking Dead #7|
- "She always had something to say. That's one thing I loved about Amy. When we were all too shook up... or preoccupied or just plain scared... she said something. She made us laugh... lightened up the mood... no matter what. I -- I wish she were here now."
- ―Shane Walsh
Issue #6 of The Walking Dead is an untitled story from the series and is the sixth chapter in the "Days Gone Bye" story-arc. It was written by Robert Kirkman with interior artwork by Tony Moore and grey-scale color highlights by Cliff Rathburn. The cover art illustration was also provided by Tony Moore. The issue was lettered and edited by Robert Kirkman. The issue was published by Image Comics and shipped with a March, 2004 cover date. It carried a cover price of $2.95 per copy (US).
Notes & Trivia Edit
- Final appearance of Shane Walsh; dies in this issue. In The Walking Dead television series, the events from this storyline played out differently and Shane was not killed by Carl Grimes.
- Final appearance of Jim; dies in this issue. Jim's brief appearance in the series closely mirrors the character portrayed in the television series.
The story from this issue has been reprinted in the following volumes: