Dunno, Moore's never been on a title for long, he's slow. And for a long time, TWD went through a lot of delay issues. Adlard's been on the series since then, though. Which is good. Moore did covers for the first 24 issues, though.
"My dream artist is Charlie Adlard, really. Tony drew the first six issues [of The Walking Dead] and the first 24 covers. Tony is an amazing artist who I 've known since the 7th grade and have worked with on numerous projects. Tony brought a lot to the table for the first volume of this series and I don't think anyone can deny that he' s a fantastic artist. The problem was he couldn't keep on schedule with the book, it took him almost a year to do the first six issues and the schedule was starting to catch up to us.
"Tony was getting other offers on other books with looser deadlines and so it was decided that he would move on and just do covers. When it came time to replace Tony I looked at a few artists before I settled on Charlie simply because I didn't think Charlie would do it."
I'll probably do the same when I get book 7. Well, whenever I get a chance to order it, then wait for it, and finish reading my Death's Head books, plus I still have to finish 2 Essential Ghost Rider and a DC Showcase book...
Oh, and remember, the Rise of the Governor novel is out. TWD will have 3 novels coming out expanding the comic-verse Kirkman established, and this is the first of them, covering how the Governor became the evil sonuvabitch we all know and hate.
I think I'll be ordering the HC to have that nice collected look going on with the books.