There's really nothing to complain about with this book right now. Kirkman's writing is as strong as it's been in a long time. Charlie Adlard's pencils remain consistently solid. The tension is simmering at the moment, and I get the feeling it won't be long before things blow up in a big way. This should be good. Read Full Review
This solid B effort would have gotten an easy A except for my freaking impatience, and in spite of everything I said above I think that’s a fair criticism. Readers have been patient, but we’re on issue #73. It’s time for some damn answers without several issues of drawn out melodrama. Read Full Review
This issue may read like a bunch of random scenes of different characters doing various day to day things, but that's only the surface. The overall point of the issue is to string together a bunch of instances where Rick, Abraham, Glenn and others make themselves look untrustworthy to their hosts. It's done very believably in this issue. I can't wait to see the blowup as a result of this. Read Full Review
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