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Rick may be the star of the show, but if audience obsession is any indication, Daryl is currently the fan favorite character on "The Walking Dead." Now, the actor behind the crossbow-wielding badass is set to self-publish a book of artwork inspired by the character.

The tome, titled "Thanks For All The Niceness," is a collection of Daryl-centric artwork created by "Walking Dead" fans, including "The Norman/Daryl archetype [depicted] in tattoo designs, cakes, pencil sketches, mosaics and more," according to Reedus's website.

"'Thanks For All The Niceness' is Norman's way to show his gratitude in a compilation of artwork made by his fans," the site says. " ... Norman selected over 100 fascinating pieces that appear in this beautifully designed book. It's real art made by real people for real people."

The site also notes that most of the book's proceeds will be donated to charity, specifically the Bachmann Strauss Dystonia and Parkinson Foundation. It's due for publication on October 31, and available for pre-order now.

Reedus shared some images from "Niceness" on his website, two of which we've reprinted below. (The full sneak peek is available here.) Check them out, and look for "Thanks For All The Niceness" next month.

The fifth season of "The Walking Dead" premieres on October 12 on AMC.

via: Big Bald Book, h/t The A.V. Club

Photo credit: Getty Images for Spike TV

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