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If you have been reading Walking Dead for the last 5 issues or so, you know that this issue and last issue has been a long time coming. True to Robert Kirkman's own words, everything is different now. I don't want to spoil this issue but suffice to say, several characters are dispatched (not including last issue's graphically violent dispatching.) This is almost commonplace in this series but I dare you to read through this entire issue and at the end of it, not say "I can't believe they did tha...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
I was one of the lucky ones to pick up and instantly get hooked on this absolutely crack like comic book. So at this point I know that I should not get used to anything or anyone in it, but I do not care who you are or how many of our favorite four color 22 page graphic periodicals you have found yourself immersed in. This particular one will turn you on your head and shake you until the change falls out of your pocket. My first thought when I read this was "No way he did that" , then I had to...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
The last issue of the "No One is Safe" mini-arc, and what is a pretty representative end to one of the much larger story-arcs that has been the focus of The Walking Dead for the past twenty-something issues. The Governor's final attempt to take the prison that Rick and the gang are holed up in, continues to unravel the status-quo. The Good Wow...this is such a game-changer of an issue. In one fell swoop Kirkman masterfully writes a satisfying conclusion to one of the longer running story-arcs. ...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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