The Walking Dead, Vol. 17: Something to Fear
In this volume of the NYT bestselling survival horror, Rick and his band of survivors work to build a larger network of thriving communities, and soon discover that Negan's "Saviors" prove to be a larger threat than they could have fathomed. Crossing Negan will lead to serious, dire consequences... show more
In this volume of the NYT bestselling survival horror, Rick and his band of survivors work to build a larger network of thriving communities, and soon discover that Negan's "Saviors" prove to be a larger threat than they could have fathomed. Crossing Negan will lead to serious, dire consequences for the group; it seems that for the first time since the Governor's reign of terror that Rick may have Something to Fear.
Publish date: November 21st 2012
Publisher: Image Comics
Pages no: 132
Edition language: English
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, Post Apocalyptic
Series: The Walking Dead -12 (#97)
Rick promised the Hilltop colony that he and his group would protect them from the Saviors, which is led by Negan. But, Rick doesn't realize what they are up against. Soon enough he does and really has to think of what to do next.Negan finally shows up in this volume. I've heard a lot about him and ...
This could be the book that changes everything. This installment has so many shocking moments and two very shocking deaths. I am extremely interested in seeing where all this is headed. I still find myself questioning Rick's leadership skills. He seems to underestimate his actual enemies and treat p...
So "all out war, part 1" indicating that this is going to take a couple of volumes. Peachy. Negan and Rick have decided to wage war on each other, which is kind of fun, in that it moves things along nicely. This volume seems to have a whole lot of deaths, and according to the wiki, does indeed...
In which we meet Negan, our new bad baddie. I think he's supposed to be shades of grey (a guy doing HORRIBLE things to keep people safe, but I think it's more like a sociopath being allowed to do things in the name of keeping people safe, ergo legitimizing his torture-porn and irritatingly terrible...