The team also leave for Ohio, and Maggie asks to follow Negan as she won't lose track of that monster. We discover who Beta is and it's incredibly anti-climatic. At night, Eugene goes to urinate, while Siddiq keeps on watch. Maggie is trying to rebuild the Hilltop after the whisperers destroyed the community and burnt it completely down to the ground. Boring stuff here and there.
He says he'll do his best, then him and Aaron ride out to the Hilltop. He returns to the barn and takes the bat. I know it is the apocalypse and stuff, but come on, guys, we could use some more laughing in these dark days. Another excellent book, that I enjoyed very much. He spots a barn nearby and investigates. He tells her about and how he had to be the one to kill him.
He asks Dwight if he has seen , and Dwight snaps back he has been too busy which Rick will get all the credit for. They soon meet a women Juanita 'Princess' Sanchez who lives in Pittsburgh alone and the group soon lets her join them on the way to Ohio, I like this character because she's different and has been by herself for such a long time and i cant wait to see how this character effects the plot. Dwight also confronts Rick and tells him he shouldn't be the leader anymore however in true Rick fashion he stands up to Dwight and shuts any take over down. Many new characters were introduced, new settlements were explored, and shocking moments happened in 2018 and those developments have kept a strong audience while word of mouth has brought in some new readers. Paul avoids another strike but gets pinned down by Beta, claiming that they can't be left alive to report their status. It's like Kirkman is bored with the series and don't know what to do, so he's going to drop a bunch of trend-related lines, talk about gay couples and whatnot, racial stuff too, and since all of that shit are what the internet is so obsessed lately, yeah. Maggie tells him every time she tries to picture Glenn, all she can see is him screaming her name with his skull bashed in and his eye hanging out.
He comes across a truck filled with canned food, only to discover they have expired. That night, Rick approaches Dwight on his porch and says he needs him to go to Ohio. A few interesting things happen. Rick plans to gather a small team to send to Ohio, and he agrees when Eugene insists he should be on the team. Rick suggests they should form a route to her community, and she asks for a day to discuss the idea with her people.
The Pittsburgh issue was interesting although I wasn't sure it was Pittsburgh until the end of the issue when it's finally mentioned. Laura tells Dwight he shouldn't hold a grudge against Rick since he's grieving over how he lost his wife; but Dwight says they all are grieving. In the Hilltop, Carl marvels about how much progress has been made in rebuilding the colony, stating that it will look even better than before. It was enough for me to rate this 5 stars. For so long, we've just seen the characters reacting in the moment to awful, sudden and violent acts. Dwight insists he is being reasonable having this conversation behind closed doors, but Rick tells him the conversation is over and that he is going to be watching him.
Back on the road, Michonne finally allows Juanita to join her in taking out some walkers, to the latter's excitement. There was one funny part where Jesus runs into a Whisper and they scream out something funny. I'm starting to wonder if I need to wait until the larger volumes come out before I read on. Can't wait to see what she does in the story. This title goes thru Ups and Downs for me: like the show, my biggest beef is that both title and show lack a defined focus and overall move towards an endpoint. Carl wants to get back to work but Lydia tells him to not worry about it, stating that he's been working too hard. One boy, Josh, says that he can't live like this and wishes to leave the group but another one, Mike, argues that the Whisperers have done this for a long time and have stayed alive, so they should at least try it; several others agree with Josh and banish Mike, who protests and wishes to stay.
Rick finds him working in the community's garden and helps teach him how to plant some seeds. In this grim world of death, decay and silence, it has become off-putting to witness someone who can't stop talking. Jesus and Aaron run into a small pack of Whisperers. I'm intrigued by the new group, and Princess seems fun. I mean Kirkman threw a curve ball and while it felt wrong. He's going a little nuts like he did after Laurie died.
And we're getting a new funny character, Commonwealth looks promising, especially with that little cliffhanger and there is just much going on. She's got spunk and she's just daring someone to f her world up. During the night, Jesus is on watch duty and smiles at Aaron who's sleeping, thinking to himself that 'this one's going to last. This comic series is amazing and I would just 100% recommend it to everyone. Some people feel differently but after what Negan did it just feels wrong for him to be walking around doing whatever he wants. Laura tells him he never should have threatened Rick, but Dwight suggests he should have gone all the way.
Negan kills a couple walkers, cussing at them, as Dante watches him from the woods. Regardless, I feel like it has never looked better. Maggie asks what he needs, and he says he needs to live his own life somewhere away from Alexandria. Status — primary author all editions calculated Illustrator main author all editions confirmed Illustrator main author all editions confirmed Illustrator main author all editions confirmed Illustrator secondary author all editions confirmed Illustrator secondary author all editions confirmed. Laura snaps at him, saying that she's done with his constant moping and complaining over the fact he never seems to be happy and how died while trying to kill Rick.
Rick comforts Mikey, and talks about their. He gets out of the way to avoid Beta's attack just in time and aims his rifle, but Beta causes him to miss his shot. He said his decisions have consequences but he is confident that because he is the one doing it, it is the right thing to do even if that means killing the woman he loved. At the camp, a small group of Whisperers await the return of Beta. Lots of little things happen: Rick is still reeling from the devastating death of a loved one, Jesus and Aaron fall in love and a triangle is hinted at between Carl, Lydia and Sophia. We do get introduced to a new fun character, Princess.