Walking Dead #59

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Issue Summary: Overwhelmed!

Codes: 70985300073005911
JAN092406

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Artist: Charlie Adlard
Cliff Rathburn
Author: Robert Kirkman
Cover: Charlie Adlard
Cliff Rathburn
Estimated Ship Date: March 24, 2009
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Publisher: Image Comics
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by BrikHed at 11:47 AM March 11, 2009    (all reviews by BrikHed)
Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard deliver another incredible issue. This book just does not know how to disappoint. As much as you keep waiting for that down issue it has yet to arrive. Thank you and congratulations to TEAM TWD for #59 just knocking it out of the park in a big way. So Rick, Carl and Abe pickup Morgan and out to restock on the police station. During this process we learn that Morgan is insane, more than we thought, and Carl just might have to shoot the guy. Morgan's appearance has everyone freaked out and his actions are not making the journey back to the rest of the group a fun one. In the process of the trip back we finally get to see a ZOMBIE HERD. Abe has talked about them and to this point I pictured a group of roamers (or biters - your choice). This was something completely different... this was a herd. The scene where Rick crashes the car and Abe goes flying into the pile was one of those pages you just had to stare at for a few minutes because the art told so much more of a story than any words could portray. So the small party of survivors are on their own and without a car while being chased by a zombie herd. They are now far from the rest of the group and they are on foot. Could this lead us to the "stalking" teasers that we have seen. Rick and company are now hunting for the larger group and they feel like they are being followed? Just a thought. This issue went by way too quick, but they all do. This is the ultimate story of human drama and Kirkman and Company deliver more frequently than the post office. Cheers to all and thanks for another winner.
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