Excellent continuation, pity about the artwork…

The Walking Dead, Vol. 2: Miles Behind UsThe Walking Dead, Vol. 2: Miles Behind Us by Robert Kirkman
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The change in artwork is a little jarring. Pity that the artist changed, right now I‘d say I liked the art in the first volume more.

Getting on the road…

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Tyreese!

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And I looked up Hershel’s, Dale’s and Andrea‘s alter egos from the TV show, to get a better feel for who is who… Carol looks totally different!

This volume made it clear for me that on the surface, yes, it‘s about zombies and the apocalypse. But, really, this is about relationships and about what makes us tick. Nicely done.

I really liked Hershel and his take on zombies. That scene on his farm, when they open the barn door—wow, that was really great. The suspense was superb.

Rick was a little wooden and one-dimensional in this. And , boy, did Allen go on my wick!

Excellent ending, looking forward to the next volume! Good afterword by Simon Pegg.

One star off for the change in artwork.

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