The Walking Dead #14

Writer: Robert Kirkman Artist: Charles Adlard Publisher: Image Comics Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 7
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The epic tale of survival continues. With the zombies cleared out--Rick and crew settle into their new home. It's everything they knew it would be, secure, safe, it provides them everything they need. Now, for the first time in a long time, they can finally relax--or can they?

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Michael Lucinski Jan 5, 2005

    The This series was veering off into something of a ditch over the past few issues. Its back on the road and headed in the right direction. There's hope the yet-fully explored prison and yet-fully exploited tensions with the prisoners will take this series to new levels of enjoyment. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jan 20, 2005

    This issue's art does a pretty good job of introducing readers to the new environment where this book will be set for the foreseeable future, with the grand tour that Rick receives in this issue managing to show off the various set pieces inside the prison. There's some nice work on the facial expressions in this issue, from the priceless look on Rick and Dale when they discover what's waiting for them inside the gym, to the look of sheer anguish on the face of the character when we discover what the gunshot in the middle of the night meant. The art also manages to fully capture the sheer visual impact of the final page surprise, as the look on Tyreese's face perfectly sell the impact of this discovery. Also while it's a little moment, I rather enjoyed the quiet little sequence where Rick is walking up to the farm house. Read Full Review

  • 9.5
    The Villain Sep 12, 2016

    Lots of great new content in this issue. The book feels like its got 50 pages with of story but the page count is actually under 25. Rick and Tyrese start out investigating some of their new home with some new characters getting a little backstory. The ending came a little out of the blue but it still really shocked me and it looks to be setting up a pretty interesting story in issue 15.

  • 9.0
    Fulcrum Nov 22, 2018

    A lot happened in this issue, but it’s hard not to just jump right to the end of it and talk about the slow build that finally payed off in jarring fashion—Chris and Julie. What makes their whole arc so disturbing is that I suspect (and quite frankly hope) that it is one that people have a hard time wrapping their heads around. They claim to love—though I would say it is more of a co-dependent infatuation—one another, and yet they plan to kill each other. I wish we were perhaps given a bit more insight into what they think “Together Forever” actually means, but the finer details of their macabre suicidal pact remains hazy. Like poor Tyreese (and so many real world mothers and fathers), we can only look at the tragedy before us a more

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    Killumgood Oct 28, 2016

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    Raspiutin Nov 3, 2017

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    Mister Bungle Mar 2, 2016

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