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The Walking Dead, Book Eleven by Robert Kirkman, Charlie Adlard
- After Alexandria is destroyed by Negan, the remaining communities unite for one last stand against the Saviors. The aftermath to their war leads to the biggest status quo change in the history of this acclaimed series.
- Collects The Walking Dead #121-132.
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The Walking Dead, Book Eleven based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Good volume. Series so far is pretty good.
I am so worried about Rick and the group since the airing of Season 6 finale "Last Days on Earth" April 3, 2016.This book gives me an array of hope. Negan gets jailed--so why is Carl Grimes visiting him! It won't be so on TV. Rick is mortally wounded, not fatal, more mortally wounded. He looks like so broken down like you will never believe! However, he does retain his respect as a leader to the original group. Maggie Green has stepped up like you will never believe: Jumping the fences at The Kingdom? Dante wants to win her love. New guy Marco has a total meltdown. Eugene and Rosita are like brother and sister on the show, but that ain't the case in the comics. We got some new groups: The Warriors, The Knights. Guess what? Now the dead speak! They are called: The Whisperer's. I liked it, but the show is still the better way to go.
*Book source ~ Library From Goodreads: After Alexandria is destroyed by Negan, the remaining communities unite for one last stand against the Saviors. The aftermath to their war leads to the biggest status quo change in the history of this acclaimed series. Collects THE WALKING DEAD #121-132. More war and then…Rick’s speech to Negan. And another speech to everyone else. They are awesome. I haven’t always been a big fan of Rick, but now I am. Hopefully he doesn’t let all the praise (not mine obviously, the other survivors) go to his head. The war is ended and in the middle of the book there’s a time jump. I have no idea how long it’s been but I’m going to say at least a couple years considering how old little Hershel is. And Jesus is sporting a man bun. Dafuq?! Ok, I’m not a fan of man buns, but I have to admit that Jesus looks pretty good with one. Man, that was painful to say. Also, there’s a main character missing from the second half of the book. Where is that person?! I must know! Though I do have a possible idea and hope I’m right. Moving on…there’s a new small group of people that have joined Alexandria and I’m not liking them very much. But hold that thought because the ending to this book? O.M.G. Mind.Blown. I need the next book ASAP!