Recent events have thrown Alexandria into turmoil, and now Rick, Dwight, Eugene and Negan all have something to prove.Collects THE WALKING DEAD #169-174. ...
|Title||:||The Walking Dead, Vol. 29: Lines We Cross (The Walking Dead #29)|
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The Walking Dead, Vol. 29: Lines We Cross (The Walking Dead #29) Reviews
One of the quieter, downtime arcs of The Walking Dead, which makes sense after the Whisperer 'War' and the last volume.
Honestly, I'd really be fine if they killed Rick off at this point. He's the least interesting of a vast cast of characters, and I think it'd be a good way to shake things up. I'd also like less Negan, but I'm probably in the minority there. That said, the last issue of this volume is entirely devoted to him and it's actually pretty punchy.
New addition Princess is a breath of fr ...more
This volume is a trough in the regular waves of storyline for the Walking Dead - the major action of the previous volume is over and the characters are all trying to recover. Eugene and Michonne are off to find the voice on the radio in my favorite subplot, as we get the over-the-top character of Princess, who injects some humor and liveliness into an otherwise pretty quiet and dour book. And Negan and Maggie have a confrontation that works out unexpectedly. I think Negan is Kirkman's favorite c ...more
Coming hot off the heels of back-to-back nonstop rides that were Volumes 27 (“Whisperer War”) and 28 (“A Certain Doom”), we were about due for a slower “The Walking Dead” arc, which is exactly what Kirkman and artist Charlie Adlard give us with Volume 29. Thankfully, unlike other gradually-paced arcs that the series has given us, Volume 29 never feels like it’s purposefully dragging its feet narratively or prolonging “big” events just for the sake of stretching things out. Instead, the slower pa ...more
The 29th Volume: Lines We Cross of The Walking Dead is the calm before the storm.
Rebuilding of the Hilltop commences. Carl (still alive here!) returns with Maggie. Aaron and Jesus find love! Rick mourns. Negan plants a sunflower! Dwight is considering mutiny. Eugene steps up (as annoying here as he is in the show). Michonne and a group set out to meet a new community but encounter a Princess first. Maggie wants revenge and seeks out Negan.
The main characters go through some painful, traumati ...more
Not much happens in this entry. They are clearly setting up the next plot. A new character is introduced, so we'll see how that goes. I expected a big reveal as to the next group that will either be friends or adversaries, but it is set up as a cliffhanger.
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An uneven and pretty slow arc, the 29th volume of The Walking Dead comic suffers slightly from a few snoretastic issues. Thankfully, a brand-new character named the Princess arrives to shake things up. To make matters better, the entire collection ends with a huge emotional bang 74 issues and five years in the making. Promise.
I've been some months without reading TWD comics. I must say I had thought I haven't missed much. However, the world of our characters did get a lot bigger.
In this volume, we have an interesting new character who called herself The Princess. Finally someone who still got some sense of humor. I know it is the apocalypse and stuff, but come on, guys, we could use some more laughing in these dark days.
Furthermore, Robert Kirkman presents us with some deep psychological closures of some untied knot ...more
Another strong sequence from the comic (which is far better than the TV show at this point). I love these "down times" between major arcs, as the people of the various settlements just focus on living and getting things fixed up and back in order. There's still a lot going on. Dwight challenges Rick's leadership. A group goes out to meet the people Eugene's been talking to on his radio--they apparently live in Ohio (that's quite the trek). We meet a new character, Juanita, who prefers to be call ...more