The Walking Dead #122 Review

by @Comic_Star on Feb 27, 2014

All Out War has gotten out of control.

The Good

I really loved this issue. With only a few more issues of All Out War left, the folks at the Walking Dead are really stepping it up. This issue was extremely suspenseful and set up something we've never seen before: the zombie virus used as a weapon. Food and supplies are limited for Rick's group to begin with, but now they face an attack they've never seen the likes of before. However, it turns out the Saviors are not as devoted to Negan as he may think, so we will just have to see what happens. This issue had awesome art too. The detail that's encompassed in black and white is still amazing. A few pages display the artist's talents well. It left off with an excellent cliffhanger and we should expect this to be a major role in the last few issues.

The Not So Good

The only thing I didn't care for in this issue was just some of the dialogue between minor characters they throw in which slows down the story, but it was still action packed.

The Bottom Line

This was one of the best issues of TWD I've read in awhile and I cannot wait until next issue! I was not expecting much and the plot turned. Make sure not to miss out on this story arch, this was a huge concept. The effort put forth in this issue was well above excellent. It deserves praise for the cover all the way to the final page.

5.0 / 5
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The Walking Dead #122
Released February 26, 2014
Writer Robert Kirkman
Artist Charlie Adlard
Cover Artist Charlie Adlard

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