The Walking Dead #32

Writer: Robert Kirkman Artist: Charlie Adlard Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: November 22, 2006 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 11
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9.0User Rating

Maybe there was a light at the end of the tunnel after all, but before returning to the prison they call home, Michonne needs to settle the score with the Governor.

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    Comics Bulletin - Steven G. Saunders Dec 5, 2006

    What are you looking at? I dont care if you are a pervert. Shamble forth to your favourite local shop and obtain The Walking Dead, dammit. Read Full Review

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    The Villain Oct 31, 2016

    The action packed journey continues as the escaping prisoners try to find their way home. Michonne continues to show how bad ass she is. There is a shocking death that is really unfortunate. This story continues to be awesome but it still hasn't met its peak as the last frame teases a huge battle to come in the next issue.

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    Fulcrum Dec 28, 2018

    I really liked Dr. Stevens, but I knew his time was short when he started talking about how relieved he was to be out of Woodbury. Whenever someone gets too optimistic in this series, their doom is nigh. On one level a big part of that is the undeniable reality that Robert Kirkman has a propensity for killing off characters the moment something good happens to them. It continually drives home the resounding message that NO ONE (except maybe Rick if we’re being honest) is safe. However, on a more in-universe level, characters who become the recipients of a sudden good turn of fortune often have a tendency to let down their guards even if only for a moment. Unfortunately, for a world as fraught with dangers as The Walking Dead, one moment i more

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    Killumgood Oct 29, 2016

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    mrethandunne Aug 9, 2021

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    teenspirit Nov 2, 2021

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    Mister Bungle Mar 2, 2016

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