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The Walking Dead Volume 29: Lines We Cross Paperback – Illustrated, March 13, 2018
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They should have know that wasn't going to last long!
The calm breaks with a resounding crash in "Made To Suffer," with tanks, explosions, zombie bites and a death toll seldom seen among major characters in comic series. This one packs a wallop - nobody is safe and nobody gets out of this volume unscathed.
While violence is rampant, it doesn't have quite the grotesque nature of some of the previous volumes with their torture scenes. Even amongst the havoc, some bright hope for the future is given, although much of that is rapidly taken away in the climactic battle scene. I won't get into details to avoid spoiling a great story, but there are parts of the last few pages that rip the reader's heart out.
While not for young readers, anyone mature enough to handle an R-rated movie (and who enjoys zombies/horror) would be well advised to check this series out from the beginning. It continues to pick up steam and I look forward to the next volume.
Most of the reviews have pretty much summed up how great this addition is to the rest of the series, but I would like to add that Showtime or HBO need to option this for a new series, already. Every two trades could be a full season. You'd already have 4 Seasons of materials to work with
I started reading the Walking Dead comic when it was already up to issue #20, so I started buying the Trades to read the stories easier. Man, Since then I've loaned this book around my office and I have about 8 people waiting for the book to get passed around. So now I buy 2, because I always have another person to introduce the series to.
We expected this and it has finally come. I do not like giving away details or spoilers but I think no one should be surprised that things change dramatically and quite permanently for all the characters.
I can't help but believe that from what I have seen with this story that this is arguably one of the best, if not the best zombie story ever written or filmed. That it is not over (and I have no idea when if ever Kirkman plans on bringing things to a close) only adds to my fascination with it.
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NO Spoilers- Fantastic volume that kept me on the edge of my seat, really is a must read and IMO is the best volume so far. Very unpredictable and is crucial part of what the TWD is today, battle was much more exciting in this volume than in the TV IMO.
**Spoilers** so many major character deaths I don't know where to start. I BEG you to only read this is you have read the comic
Let's start with the death of Lori and Judy, this is was a major shock after so many deaths I thought they might be done but no.... I agree with the decision really I think the shock factor outlays anything else Lori could have given to the series and the baby would have given their position away. A brave and bold descsion from Image that payed off
To be honest, I was surprised Axel survived this long but I am so glad he did he added humour to another otherwise bleak substation. I wasn't really he sad he died just happy he survived for so long
Patricia also died, she was killed quite clumsily but I didn't really mind as that was here character all over and it was time for her to go, I felt as if she redeemed herself after what she did in volume 3/4
Billy and Hershel's death was very moving, I was surprised Billy lasted that long but his death was still heartbreaking and seeing Hershel choose to be with his son rather than run away with Rick, One negative of this is that he seemed to forget he also had Maggie to look after....
Alice also died which I felt was a bit of a shame but I guess she served her purpose of delivery Lori's baby
The Governer died which was no surprise, however I would have liked someone else to kill him rather than Lily like Rick or even Carl. Or both
Finally I think we learnt sometimes it's okay to run and really Lori should have poirtised her child rather than her loyalty to her group seen as she added NOTHING to the fight against the Governer and should have run away with Dale , Andrea and the boys,
Also I wonder if Maggie and Glenn would have stayed and fought could they have won the battle ? Anyway overall amazing volume
Volume 8 doesn't hang about. It includes some flashbacks so you get a more complete view of the current plot. The volume is packed with action and twists, definitely one of the more page turner-y volumes in the series thus far. Action, twists, turns, great dialog, what more could you ask for! On to Volume 9!