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Zombie dystopian comic masterpiece in nineteenth installment,
This review is from: The Walking Dead Volume 19 TP: March to War (Walking Dead (6 Stories)) (Paperback)
"The Walking Dead, Vol. 19" by Robert Kirkman is a newly released compilation of beloved zombie comic series that consists of TWD issues from 109 until 114, beautifully illustrated by Charlie Adlard.
No matter how often lately can be heard objections that its pace dropped a bit, "The Walking Dead" is still phenomenon that keeps readers/viewers on the edge of their seat while either watching the TV shows or reading these graphic novels with a great premise of hopeless future.
Therefore if you still didn't try reading the original comics on whose foundation popular TV show was made, the recommendations for its reading certainly stand as the comic format is providing one additional imagination aspect that the TV series isn't able to present.
Because it's already the nineteenth installment it would certainly be good to start reading from the beginning. Even though the premise of the ravaged world where zombies roam, and the remaining people represent a greater threat to each other than the one that is coming of the zombies, is pretty simple to get into it.
Not wanting to spoil too much enjoyment of reading by talking about what will happen on the pages of this sequel, I can only say that the situation between Rick and Negan's group is increasing in intensity, and that soon their final showdown will follow that will likely direct the future events toward something more or less unexpected...
And again noting that the general pace may slowed down a bit, as can be said especially for this sequel that somehow feels as a bit of a filler, this is still a comic masterpiece that can be recommended to any fan of SF and dystopia, horror, and especially loyal fans of The Walking Dead series...