The Walking Dead #50

The Walking Dead #50

Writer: Robert Kirkman Artist: Charlie Adlard Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: July 2, 2008 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 5 User Reviews: 3
8.9Critic Rating
9.7User Rating

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All alone now.

For this landmark 50th issue we present a special stand-alone tale that will both warm your heart and chill you to the bone.

  • 10
    The Weekly Crisis - Kirk Warren Jul 2, 2008

    It's a true character piece and one of the best looks at how people, especially children, are dealing with this world gone mad in this series and a nice change of pace from the action oriented No One is Safe arc. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    IGN - Dan Phillips Jul 2, 2008

    The issue itself will either move The Walking Dead slowly down an entirely different path than we've seen before, or it will mark a powerful and moving moment in one character's journey. Either way, it's an absolutely engrossing read that's emotionally resonant in more ways than one. Kudos to Kirkman and Adlard for another wonderful issue. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Comics Bulletin - Ariel Carmona Jr./Martijn Form Jul 10, 2008

    MF: If Robert Kirkman decides that you're dead, you are dead as a doornail. [laughs] Good thing he don't write the book of our real lives. Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    Weekly Comic Book Review - Kyle Posluszny Jul 3, 2008

    I actually applaud Kirkman for telling the story that he wants to tell and not giving into the temptation to shake things up just because this is a milestone. The Walking Dead #50 is all about the emotional toll the recent events have had on Carl and it works extremely well in that regard. Congrats Mr. Kirkman, it has been a great ride so far. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Book Resources - Augie De Blieck Jr. Jul 3, 2008

    "The Walking Dead" is at a great crossroads now. There's a new cast to be lined up as well as a new location. And we can't even be sure that the star of the book for the last 50 issues will be around for any of it. At a time of great unease, Kirkman does a great job in creating a smaller and very personal story that gives a reader plenty of reasons to keep turning the page and waiting for the next issue. Read Full Review

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