The Walking Dead, Vol. 28: A Certain Doom by Robert Kirkman

The Walking Dead, Vol. 28: A Certain Doom

In the aftermath of The Whisperer War--ALL IS LOST as Rick and all of Alexandria fight for survival against the largest horde of walkers they've ever faced. Collects THE WALKING DEAD #163-168. ...

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The Walking Dead, Vol. 28: A Certain Doom Reviews

  • FanboyBen
    So remember how “The Whisperer War” was supposed to be the next big event in “The Walking Dead?” Remember how everyone said it was going to be the spiritual successor to “All Out War?” Yeah. Well. Robert Kirkman done pulled a fast one on all of us.Because the REAL ?...
  • Sarah
    MY GOD, MAN. This volume broke my heart. It was a great volume and definitely one of my favourite volumes but I'm so sad about how things ended. It's hard to write a review without giving anything away so I'm going to leave it at that. I would 100% recommend this series. ...
  • Artemy
    This was a pretty average, run-of-the-mill volume of TWD... Right until it wasn't. A major death happens in this volume, and for the first time in this entire series Robert Kirkman manages to make it a meaningful and emotional moment, which is something I was never expecting from him. Kudos to him f...
  • Brendan Nicholls
    I have lost interest in the tv show but this long series has kept me hooked for the majority of the story. There have been dull plots and the chapters repeat a lot of the stories over and over but the series is very consistent. This chapter really stepped up the action and like great storylines, it ...
  • Shadowdenizen
    Warning- Rant ahead. Also, a confession: I finished Invincible Vol 24, and it started bringing to a close 13 years of continuity in a super satisfying manner, and it undercut the strength of this volume of TWD.If you read my prior reviews, you'll realize this title is super frustrating to me. The qu...
  • Sam Quixote
    I never know what to expect with The Walking Dead because the quality ebbs and flows - two books in a row might stink but the next will be great, and so on like that. So I’m delighted to say that Volume 28: A Certain Doom is not just one of the good ones but also one of the best additions to th...
  • Ryan Buckby
    there's still so much to do. This volume and in a long time has left me so emotional and sad after reading it, Robert kirkman did something that i haven't seen in this entire series is make a death so impactful and so meaningful that you feel so sad that it's happened. Plot: The comic picks up str...
  • Matthew
    Not much going on here - while there are a couple of big revelations in the end, this was basically just a good ol' fashioned zombie cattle drive. Seemed like more of a transitional volume. Not much more to say, I guess. So, for those of you who stop by for my Pulitzer Prize winning reviews, sorry t...
  • Nadine
    :( :( ...

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