Walking Dead #107 Review – Robert Kirkman, Charlie Adlard

20130219-150456.jpgWalking Dead #107 Review Short Version: Walking Dead #107 could have been a pedal-to-the-metal sort of issue. It is not. Indeed, part of what makes Kirkman’s zombie opus so charming is that just when you think you know what’s going on he moves the ball on you.

Walking Dead #107 Writer: Robert Kirkman

Walking Dead #107 Artist: Charle Adlard

Walking Dead #107 Review

Since issue 100 The Walking Dead has changed. It has changed, in part, because the survivors are, in a way, in a post-zombie world. More than that, however, it has changed because the book has, over the past several months, become as much or more about Negan than it is about Rick. Negan is, in some ways, what Rick could have become. A leader willing to do anything, maybe even lose his humanity, to keep the people safe. He believes in the complete justness of his cause. The Walking Dead #107 continues to reveal Negan and it’s fascinating to watch. The comic seems to be building towards the confrontation between Negan and Rick but Kirkman is wisely taking his time. The Walking Dead #107 is another stpe in that journey.

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19. February 2013 by Michael
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