The Walking Dead #123 Review

by @Comic_Star on Mar 14, 2014

A surprise attack leaves the future uncertain...

The Good

Things were finally looking up for the group in terms of supplies. An unexpected attack could change this. The ending is a big surprise! For readers wondering if this issue was dull, it was entertaining as the last few issues have been! Things don't always go as planned for Rick. This issue plays off of this, and questions a certain character's loyalty.

The first half of this issue is a brief review for readers. Nothing new or exciting really happens until the final half or final few pages. It is here that the issue picks up, and the shocking end is worth it!

Keeping with the overall theme of war, this issue portrays the events well. This issue is exciting for the entire story line and it keeps the excitement going.

The Not So Good

The first half seems boring, it's filled with interaction. The foreseeable future is rather predictable. It does keep with the excitement of this series though in the form of cliffhangers. The final chapters will seal this war forever. You won't want to miss this issue, I'm excited to go back and read them all over again. For the fans wanting more zombie filled panels, you won't find it with this issue. The human characters are the stars of this issue.

The Bottom Line

It is for anyone who watches the series on T.V. or appreciates the drama of the comic. This issue does a great job at keeping up with the excitement. I even enjoyed the typical dialogue in the rising plot line. The ending could play out one of two ways and I can't wait to see what happens next!

4.8 / 5
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The Walking Dead #123
Released March 12, 2014
Writer Robert Kirkman
Artist Charlie Adlard
Cover Artist Charlie Adlard

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