"All right. It's as good a night as any." Like how Daryl Dixon responded to Hershel Greene's famous quote mentioned in the subject of this article, the night is as good any with Mark Englert's exhilarating rendition of Season Two of AMC's The Walking Dead.

As mentioned in our earlier article covering the upcoming third season of AMC's live-action TV adaptation of The Walking Dead, the acclaimed comic book series created by Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore and Charlie Adlard, the second season of the critically acclaimed TV series has been decidedly sub-par, especially when compared to the inspiring first season. Nevertheless, we opine to stay positive in our assessment of the outlook of the TV series thanks to the inclusion of fan-favorite characters such as Michonne and The Governor. With the two characters joining the cast for the third season, it is only fair and just for us to expect a much intense roller-coaster ride with this one.

Nevertheless, season two isn't without its memorable moments. Conjuring two equally haunting images surrounding the same setting that we have grown unfortunately familiar to in the second season, artist Mark Englert cleverly captured the spirit of the arc in this two prints that have pretty much sold out right at the moment they were made available. Aptly named after Hershel Greene's famous quote, hit the jump to check out all three versions of Mark Englert's "This is My Farm… I’ll Die Here".

These prints are sold out almost immediately, but for those interested by Mark Englert's art, keep a close eye on his website for his upcoming works. In the meantime, take a close look at the above prints just so that you can marvel at the intricate details.


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