The Walking Dead : All Out War Volume 21, Part 2, Paperback Book

The Walking Dead : All Out War Volume 21, Part 2 Paperback

3 out of 5 (4 ratings)

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* The World we knew is gone. The world of commerce and frivolous necessity has been replaced by a world of survival and responsibility.

An epidemic of apocalyptic proportions has swept the globe, causing the dead to rise and feed on the living.

In a world ruled by the dead, we are forced to start living. * Alexandria has been destroyed. Can Rick rally the other communities against Negan's army? * This second part of the game-changing "All Out War" story arc collects The Walking Dead #121-126.

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 136 pages, chiefly illustrations (black and white)
  • Publisher: Image Comics
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Horror & ghost stories
  • ISBN: 9781632150301

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4

The battle with Negan comes to a conclusion. People die. (of course). But will civilization survive the battle. Is it about survival or about humanity?

Review by
1.5

I've put off continuing to read The Walking Dead series because it seems to have run out of ideas. There's only so many times you can read about the survivors of the zombie apocalypse fighting one another to the death. And the current villain Negan has really run his course.So thankfully this volume has some good things to offer <SPOILERS>as Negan is finally defeated. This volume is also very slender, so at least the "all out war" isn't drawn out. Actually, Rick's big speech about how they've learned to live with the constant threat of the dead around them and now it's time to stop fighting and work toward rebuilding society seems to be a commentary on the comics series itself. It seems to me that a story about the survivors facing the challenge of rebuilding without relying on the easy plot of the violent antagonist (whether it be from outside or within the group) is an interesting story to tell. Now let's see if Kirkman and co. can do it.

Review by
3

One word, anticlimatic.<br/><br/>I kept holding my breath for the shock moment that just never came. I was almost certain that one of the major characters would die, but I was wrong.<br/><br/>I am majorly disappointed by this one, it was too unbelievable namely, <spoiler>Rick gives a speech to Negan about community and working together and Negan actually agrees. Isn't Negan supposed to be a psycho? Suddenly a little speech makes him change his mind completely?! It was too out of character for him it didn't make any sense. But what made the least sense was Rick deciding to spare his life and imprison him. What the hell? I get Ricks vision of the future but they aren't there yet. Capital punishment is one of the only ways to keep order in those kind of circumstances. I just disagreed entirely. Maggie also commented that she thought that Glenn would have agreed. Uh Maggie? He beat Glenn to death - I think Glenn would have shot him in the face.</spoiler> Also Carl looks a bit like Maggie, it's really weird. The artwork definitely isn't the best IMO. <br/><br/>So disappointed but it had some redeeming moments too, Negan was great up until the end, and I just love Jesus. He is so badass.

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3

One word, anticlimatic.<br/><br/>I kept holding my breath for the shock moment that just never came. I was almost certain that one of the major characters would die, but I was wrong.<br/><br/>I am majorly disappointed by this one, it was too unbelievable namely, <spoiler>Rick gives a speech to Negan about community and working together and Negan actually agrees. Isn't Negan supposed to be a psycho? Suddenly a little speech makes him change his mind completely?! It was too out of character for him it didn't make any sense. But what made the least sense was Rick deciding to spare his life and imprison him. What the hell? I get Ricks vision of the future but they aren't there yet. Capital punishment is one of the only ways to keep order in those kind of circumstances. I just disagreed entirely. Maggie also commented that she thought that Glenn would have agreed. Uh Maggie? He beat Glenn to death - I think Glenn would have shot him in the face.</spoiler> Also Carl looks a bit like Maggie, it's really weird. The artwork definitely isn't the best IMO. <br/><br/>So disappointed but it had some redeeming moments too, Negan was great up until the end, and I just love Jesus. He is so badass.

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