The Walking Dead #7

Writer: Robert Kirkman Artist: Charlie Adlard Publisher: Image Comics Cover Price: $2.95 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 7
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Winter has come and the decision is made to move the camp to a safer area. With such harsh weather conditions, Rick and company realize the zombies all around them are the least of their worries. As a bad situation somehow gets worse, Rick and his family find themselves wondering, "What next?" What next, indeed...

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Olivia Woodward May 24, 2004

    I originally came to this title looking for zombie-filled horror. But instead, I've discovered one of the smartest "post-apocalyptic" tales around. This isn't a genre that I normally have much interest in, but Kirkman's skillful exploration into the challenges of survival has won me over. Moreover, the astute study of these characters, laboring to persevere in spite of the madness around them, has been top-notch with psychological insights. This is a superb title. I highly recommend it. Read Full Review

  • 9.5
    The Villain Jul 25, 2016

    The first arc of the Walking Dead wrapped up beautifully and this new arc kicks off almost as well. The group are now trying to move on to a new camp. New and interesting characters are introduced there is great dialogue between the new character and Rick. Then there is a pretty big bomb dropped to wrap up the issue.

  • 8.5
    Fulcrum Nov 15, 2018

    It is in this issue that Rick Grimes officially steps into the leader position for the group. His first major act is to galvanize the grip into vacating the camp and heading away from walker-filled Atlanta. While out on the road, he encounters Tyreese, and the two alpha males become fast friends.

    An issue ago, Rick told Carl that killing another human being should always be different from merely taking out a walker. And yet in this issue Tyreese confesses that he felt no guilt in pummeling his daughter’s near-rapist to death. Way more intriguing than Rick and Tyreese’s hilariously drawn out and way overcomplicated showdown with two roamers is there poignant dialogue about how the post-Apocalyptic world they reside in changes more

  • 6.5
    Mister Bungle Mar 2, 2016

    The change in art is jarring. I miss the first artist.

  • 10
    Killumgood Oct 28, 2016

  • 8.5
    comicgeniuz Dec 7, 2016

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    Josecab79 Apr 16, 2019

  • 7.5
    Raspiutin Oct 28, 2017

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