The Walking Dead, Vol. 13: Too Far Gone
In this chapter of Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard's New York Times Best Seller, life in the community is as near as Rick and his group can ever hope to come to life returning to normal. So why is Rick so on edge? Will his behavior spell doom for everyone else? Will they let it get that far? ... show more
In this chapter of Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard's New York Times Best Seller, life in the community is as near as Rick and his group can ever hope to come to life returning to normal. So why is Rick so on edge? Will his behavior spell doom for everyone else? Will they let it get that far? Collects issues 73-78 of the Eisner Award winning survival horror adventure. Reprint Edition
Publish date: November 23rd 2010
Publisher: Image Comics
Pages no: 136
Edition language: English
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Series: The Walking Dead -12 (#73)
Rick kind of loses it in this installment and the only person that is truly disturbed by it is Michonne. This just reinforces that Michonne is one of the best characters. There is yet another group of survivors set to attack their new home, so I'm looking forward to seeing how that is going to play ...
While this volume had some interesting reversals, I'm still finding that my enjoyment of this series has waned. All through Vol. 12 there was a pervasive sense of creep and horror hiding in the idyllic community Rick & Co. found themselves sheltering in. I kept expecting some horrible secret to pop ...
This volume picks up where the previous left off. Rick and the gang are living within a community, quite peacefully it seems. They all have their roles to play to keep it running and safe. We learn more about Douglas and his mission and we learn about the secret involving Davidson. Douglas does se...
Our beloved zombie warriors are living in a relatively safe enclave, struggling to come to terms with living a "normal" life. They have to come to terms with living in a different space than they are used to, and living with people they have to decide to trust (and who must decide whether or not t...
The "idyllic" community the survivors found finally shows its underbelly; or is it that the survivors themselves have finally shown theirs? Great suspense.