The Walking Dead #41

Writer: Robert Kirkman Artist: Charlie Adlard Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: August 29, 2007 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 7
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Death surrounds them.

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Paul Brian McCoy Sep 4, 2007

    Yes, its very much a soap opera. But its a soap opera about people surrounded by shambling cannibalistic corpses. You cant really go wrong there. Especially when the emphasis is on character, the way it is here. My only fear is that without a specific ending in sight, I sometimes wonder just how long this can go on without losing its power. Its a bleak world, even with the moments of lightness and joy that the characters find, and sometimes its a little daunting to read. If you like fun escapist stories, this isnt the book for you. But you probably already knew that. Read Full Review

  • 9.5
    Fulcrum Mar 9, 2019

    There are many deaths in fiction that catch us truly off guard. And The Walking Dead particularly is adept at surprising its readers in the most shocking and devastating of ways when it comes to character deaths. But let us be honest here. We knew this was coming. Carol was simply too unstable to last much longer, and it really is sad. One might also be tempted to condemn her for choosing to opt out while she still had a young daughter who needed her. One might simply write her off as being a head case, a sex fiend, or a lost cause. But to hastily jump to such conclusions is an affront to everybody in the real world who struggles with very real mental illness. I am no diagnostician, but one does not have to be Dr. Phil to know beyond the sh more

  • 9.0
    The Villain Aug 25, 2017

    Good issue. Theres some weird moments with Carol that make some great moments that almost feel cinematic. This series just continues to consistently impress me.

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    Killumgood Oct 29, 2016

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    Mister Bungle Mar 2, 2016

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    Green Goblin May 12, 2021

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