New friends. New enemies. New threats. It's a whole new world. Collects THE WALKING DEAD #175-180. ...
|Title||:||The Walking Dead, Vol. 30: New World Order|
|Number of Pages||:||136 pages|
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The Walking Dead, Vol. 30: New World Order Reviews
The first thing my husband says when he sees this: "Why are there Stormtroopers?" Hah! That was great. But why ARE there Stormtroopers? This volume picks up right where the previous one left off: an encounter with a new community that Eugene had been communicating with. The majority of this novel focuses on the Commonwealth, a community of over fifty thousand people. They basically have their own army, hence the armored outfits, and people live life similar to the way things were before. The gov ...more
This story arc allows the survivors to meet a new civilization, a large scale civilization run on the idea that whatever class system existed before should be reconstituted with exams allowing people to move up. Instead of another desperate cannibalistic society, this is one advanced beyond where Rick and company are and so large that if it comes to a battle -and it usually does - Rick simply can't compete in the numbers game.
It's amazing to me how a zombie comic with very little action can still be so compelling. This volume is short on the fighting but very deep on the human interaction. Rick's group has found a group that truly seems to be recreating society, but as is always the case there are still problems. In this case it's nothing as sinister as cannibalism, but more a case of civilization going back to the haves and have-nots. Also there's a pretty huge revelation regarding Michonne.
I suppose my investment i ...more
Rick and his jolly band come across a new group: the Commonwealth! And so begins the same old story – can they trust them or is they nutballs?
What a boring book! The Commonwealth aren’t that bad a bunch despite having Stormtroopers and a Joffrey-esque shithead second-in-line to power, so the characters spend the entire volume looking about this large (by Walking Dead standards) town and bugger-all else! Princess is still hanging around, up in Hilltop Sophia’s having some pointless drama with Mag ...more
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Get ready for tearful reunions and a brand-new community with questionable motives. Yes, another one. The latest collection in the Walking Dead series is not terrible, but it’s not terribly exciting either as things are slowly set in motion for the next arc. Is this merely a filler trade setting us up for the next big bad? Probably. But at least everyone’s new fan favorite the Princess is around to make things interesting.
I thought that was a very different take on "The Walking Dead" universe but it was still entertaining. For me I really like the original volumes but this one took an interesting turn and I thoroughly enjoyed it.
The Walking Dead, Vol. 30: 180 issues in, and “The Walking Dead,” somehow, is still trucking along as strong as ever. With this latest arc, Robert Kirkman introduces an entirely new element into the series - the return, more or less, of a fully functioning, “modern” civilization – and then proceeds to set our favorite characters loose into this all new playground let them react to it. The result is, for my money, one of the series’ best arcs in a while, simultaneously tension-filled while also n ...more
Cast Rickovy party se setkava s novou komunitou, ktera je vetsi, lepsi, vyspelejsi a krasnejsi...
Netrva to dlouho a ctenarovi je naznaceno, ze se mozna pod krasnou slupkou schovava shnily jadro. V zaveru se setkaji vudci obou komunit a zacina bejt jasny, ze maji odlisny nazor na to, jak by mela fungovat spolecnost v post-apo svete.
Porad to funguje dobre, je to ctivy a clovek se tesi na kazdej dalsi sesit, ale jestli tohle nahodou vygraduje v dalsi valku, tak budu fakt nasranej.