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Rick and Jesus are assembling a force to take down Negan, recruiting fighters from Hilltop and the Kingdom without Negan knowing about the tsunami that’s brewing right under his nose. But then he inadvertently kicks things off when he goes to Rick’s place to collect tribute while Rick’s away in the Kingdom making plans. Now this war is on!
It’s tricky reviewing a series this far deep into the story. Chances are if you’re still interested in this series, you’re going to read volume 19 whether the reviews say it’s good or not, in which case you’ve already read this and know what happened, so whatever I say won’t be a spoiler. On the other hand, maybe you’re reading this review and you’ve not read this far yet and want to know if it’s still a good series, in which case I don’t want to give away plot points, especially in this volume as they’re pretty damn surprising! At any rate, I’ll err on the side of caution and keep spoilers out of this review.
The thing you should know is when you put Rick and Negan together, sparks fly (and not the romantic kind)! The tension between these two is cray-cray and Kirkman knows readers are waiting for the moment when Rick kills Negan (it couldn’t be the other way round - could it?) and tantalisingly plays with that expectation here to thrilling effect. With this opening salvo, who lives and who dies?Read more ›
There are still some nice character touches and the reappearance of someone you may have forgotten about. Kirkman doesn’t do what you expect which is why after all this time The Walking Dead still seems fresh and novel.
The art is great and there is the return of the double page spread, one of which is a classic rug-pull. The character expressions are wonderful and there are some really nice close-ups.
A great volume that uses tension masterfully and makes you cling on for dear life until the next book. Thumbs Up!
The way the world works now is different, different groups and communities work to gather food and supplies. Then having to give out half or more to one group in particular, who keep everyone in check, who rule by power and with an iron fist (or baseball bat in this case).
This volume is the warning tremors. It is the smell of smoke before the fire. It is the path upon which Rick and others must tread to free themselves from the control of these 'said' others, but how will it all fall into place?
It is time to begin the 'March to War'.
This story is something of a slow burner but it builds to an exciting conclusion and hints that major events are on the way.
The quality and strength of the characters and world continues here and it builds nicely from the shocking events of the last book. We also finally get to see Ezekiel and his cat in action!
Another great episode in a brilliant series.
This volume is not a good jumping on point. New readers or those who have only seen the tv show should start with volume one.
This volume collects issues 109-114 of the monthly comic. As ever it runs all the pages of black and white together into one long narrative, but you can usually tell where each issues starts and finishes.
At the end of volume eighteen, Rick and certain other associates began to plan to take down Negan. As the story continues here, they prepare to see that plan through.
But they have problems. Who can they trust? And, as they say, no battle plan survives contact with the enemy...
This starts by letting a character whom you might have thought was gone for good get a fair amount to do. And it's nice to see them again.
Some interesting character interaction follows. With one plot strand you might have forgotten about coming back into play big time. And some interesting character moments for one cast member that could lead to more.
But lest you think this is going to be another volume which is just setting up bigger events to come, don't. Because this one does have more than it's quotient of action. And it's the best action seen in this series since volume fourteen. Since you know from experience that none of the characters are safe, there is a real sense of dread and suspense to a lot of what happens.
All this and a brief sighting of some zombies, too.
Things end with the promise of even more unforgettable events to come.
A really great volume in a consistently great series that will leave you desperate to find what happens next.
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