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Book Title: The Walking Dead, Issue #141|
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 3.96 MB
v The author of the book: Robert Kirkman
Edition: Image Comics
Date of issue: May 13th 2015
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Read full description of the books The Walking Dead, Issue #141:I'm glad that Rick's back at Alexandria. He's going to need to be there to keep Negan from killing everyone. Also, it doesn't help that one of Negan's former allies, Dwight is currently at Alexandria picking up supplies.
I liked the conversation between Rick and Dwight and I agree with everything that Rick said. If Dwight no longer wants to be the leader of the Saviors, well, then they should have an election and choose someone who wants to lead them.
However, I'm pretty sure it's going to end up being a moot point once everyone finds out that Negan's no longer locked up in the little prison cell that was made for him a few years ago.
I don't like the way Andrea was talking to Rick about Negan. I would think she of all people would understand Rick's need to be cautious with Negan and make sure that he's still locked up. Especially now, when he's not.
I did not miss the way Negan used to speak and is now starting to speak again. The way he throws around profanity like it's nothing just bothers me, and I think that it always will. Negan also just speaks weird in general.
Rick needs to be a lot more careful. I mean, in a way, what if Negan's right. What if had tried to attack Rick? Rick wouldn't have been able to defend himself against Negan. He's gotten too comfortable seeing Negan locked up.
Negan didn't need to insult and/or goad Rick. The only thing that was doing, was making absolutely sure to piss Rick off. I was so sure that after the shit that Negan said, that Rick was finally going to kill him. I guess not.
I really hate to say it but Negan had a point with some of what he said. He could have done all kinds of horrible things while he was free. And Rick SHOULD check the entire place out, and if it turns out that Negan didn't do anything, then maybe they could discuss starting to build trust.
I don't like that Eugene doesn't seem too happy or excited about having a baby with Rosita. You would think that with as long as Eugene's loved Rosita, that he'd be over the moon happy to have a family with her.
I agree that Rick needed to have a talk with Olivia about making sure Negan was locked up tight. I don't agree with him threatening her. And I don't feel sorry for her tearing up. Olivia could have put them all in danger.
Rick's right. Olivia shouldn't just lock Negan up after he showers, and then not check on him again that day. I mean, Negan's a prisoner, but he still needs to be checked on often, made sure that he's still locked up.
I completely agree with Andrea that they should have killed Negan instead of locking him up. And Rick can take his 'we're trying to be better people' speech and just shove it up his ass. Negan's dangerous, therefore, he needs to die.
I know where Rick's coming from with his speech, but I still don't agree with him. What if Negan HAD actually left his cell and slaughtered everyone in Alexandria? If that had happened, they wouldn't even be having this conversation, and Rick would be going crazy.
HELL YES! What an AWESOME fucking way to end the issue! I'm so glad that that asshole Gregory is FINALLY fucking dead! I've been wanting Maggie or anyone else to take that asshole out from the very beginning. Whoo! Best part of the issue.
Read information about the authorRobert Kirkman is an American comic book writer best known for his work on The Walking Dead, Invincible for Image Comics, as well as Ultimate X-Men and Marvel Zombies for Marvel Comics. He has also collaborated with Image Comics co-founder Todd McFarlane on the series Haunt. He is one of the five partners of Image Comics, and the only one of the five who was not one of the original co-founders of that publisher.
Robert Kirkman's first comic books were self-published under his own Funk-o-Tron label. Along with childhood friend Tony Moore, Kirkman created Battle Pope which was published in late 2001. Battle Pope ran for over 2 years along with other Funk-o-Tron published books such as InkPunks and Double Take.
In July of 2002, Robert's first work for another company began, with a 4-part SuperPatriot series for Image, along with Battle Pope backup story artist Cory Walker. Robert's creator-owned projects followed shortly thereafter, including Tech Jacket, Invincible and Walking Dead.
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