The Walking Dead, Vol. 30: New World Order

The Walking Dead, Vol. 30: New World Order

New friends. New enemies. New threats. It's a whole new world. Collects THE WALKING DEAD #175-180....

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Title:The Walking Dead, Vol. 30: New World Order
Author:Robert Kirkman
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:1534308849
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:136 pages pages

The Walking Dead, Vol. 30: New World Order Reviews

  • Craig
    Sep 11, 2018

    Rick and his jolly band come across a new group: the Commonwealth! And so begins the same old story ? can they trust them or is they nutballs? What a boring book! The Commonwealth aren?t that bad a bunch despite having Stormtroopers and a Joffrey-esque shithead second-in-line to...

    Let the allegory of Capitalism vs. Socialism begin! Not a whole lot of zombie action in this volume. Mostly just a lot of introductions that have a strong resemblance to the many other times we have met new people in this series. Getting a bit repetitive, perhaps? At this...

    I enjoyed this volume. There wasn?t a lot of zombie action but quite a bit happened for a few different characters. Kirkman also introduced a few new characters and I?m glad he?s actually fleshing new characters out because in the past, new characters were coming and going and no...

    Well, we meet the new group in Ohio called the Commonwealth. Kirkman seems to be going out of his way to make everyone we meet a huge a-hole. This whole class system thing they've set up is set up really poorly, where they just set you up with what you were in the past. It almost feels...

    The Walking Dead, Vol. 30: 180 issues in, and ?The Walking Dead,? somehow, is still trucking along as strong as ever. With this latest arc, Robert Kirkman introduces an entirely new element into the series - the return, more or less, of a fully functioning, ?modern? civilizatio...

    A whole new world is opening up and this issue we see a group travel to Ohio which is the biggest distance anyone has traveled to in this world this far. Plot: Robert Kirkman has once again expanded on this world and i'm happy that we are now moving into another part of the count...

    The first thing my husband says when he sees this: "Why are there Stormtroopers?" Hah! That was great. But why ARE there Stormtroopers? This volume picks up right where the previous one left off: an encounter with a new community that Eugene had been communicating with. The majority of...

    Yes, I'm still reading this. I have given up on the show, though I'm carrying on with the comic for a bit longer. Though it does feel a bit repetitive now... ...

    On a page by page basis, this is a strong volume in a long-running series. My only reservation is that Walking Dead story cycles are sort of turning into Star Trek episodes with our core group constantly seeking out new life and new civilizations, and when first contact is made we disc...

    Eugene and Michonne's group finally arrives in Ohio to meet the woman Stephanie that Eugene has been communicating by ham radio with. Instead they are met by a large group of soldiers, decked out in Stormtrooper type of gear, and taken to meet Lance who wishes to interrogate the group....

    As many people have noted, Walking Dead is very cyclical. But it's an additive cycle - each time the survivors run into another group, it seems the newcomers are another step up the ladder of civilization. That's very true with this volume, as Michonne and Eugene lead a group to meet S...

    Well, this series continues to be a conondrum for me. There are elements of this arc I really loved (Michonnes reunion, Maggie beginning to move on and the fallout from that), and some moments that seem like we've seen before (ANOTHER outpost of survivors met, only to be potentially al...

    This story arc allows the survivors to meet a new civilization, a large scale civilization run on the idea that whatever class system existed before should be reconstituted with exams allowing people to move up. Instead of another desperate cannibalistic society, this is one advanced b...

    Not quite up to the same level as some of the previous, recent volumes, but still this promises a nice, new direction for the series. I really appreciate that we've gotten to the point where the focus is more on the rebuilding of civilization than it is on fighting/killing zombies and ...

  • Robert
    Nov 08, 2018

    Rick and his jolly band come across a new group: the Commonwealth! And so begins the same old story ? can they trust them or is they nutballs? What a boring book! The Commonwealth aren?t that bad a bunch despite having Stormtroopers and a Joffrey-esque shithead second-in-line to...

    Let the allegory of Capitalism vs. Socialism begin! Not a whole lot of zombie action in this volume. Mostly just a lot of introductions that have a strong resemblance to the many other times we have met new people in this series. Getting a bit repetitive, perhaps? At this...

    I enjoyed this volume. There wasn?t a lot of zombie action but quite a bit happened for a few different characters. Kirkman also introduced a few new characters and I?m glad he?s actually fleshing new characters out because in the past, new characters were coming and going and no...

    Well, we meet the new group in Ohio called the Commonwealth. Kirkman seems to be going out of his way to make everyone we meet a huge a-hole. This whole class system thing they've set up is set up really poorly, where they just set you up with what you were in the past. It almost feels...

    The Walking Dead, Vol. 30: 180 issues in, and ?The Walking Dead,? somehow, is still trucking along as strong as ever. With this latest arc, Robert Kirkman introduces an entirely new element into the series - the return, more or less, of a fully functioning, ?modern? civilizatio...

    A whole new world is opening up and this issue we see a group travel to Ohio which is the biggest distance anyone has traveled to in this world this far. Plot: Robert Kirkman has once again expanded on this world and i'm happy that we are now moving into another part of the count...

    The first thing my husband says when he sees this: "Why are there Stormtroopers?" Hah! That was great. But why ARE there Stormtroopers? This volume picks up right where the previous one left off: an encounter with a new community that Eugene had been communicating with. The majority of...

    Yes, I'm still reading this. I have given up on the show, though I'm carrying on with the comic for a bit longer. Though it does feel a bit repetitive now... ...

    On a page by page basis, this is a strong volume in a long-running series. My only reservation is that Walking Dead story cycles are sort of turning into Star Trek episodes with our core group constantly seeking out new life and new civilizations, and when first contact is made we disc...

    Eugene and Michonne's group finally arrives in Ohio to meet the woman Stephanie that Eugene has been communicating by ham radio with. Instead they are met by a large group of soldiers, decked out in Stormtrooper type of gear, and taken to meet Lance who wishes to interrogate the group....

    As many people have noted, Walking Dead is very cyclical. But it's an additive cycle - each time the survivors run into another group, it seems the newcomers are another step up the ladder of civilization. That's very true with this volume, as Michonne and Eugene lead a group to meet S...

    Well, this series continues to be a conondrum for me. There are elements of this arc I really loved (Michonnes reunion, Maggie beginning to move on and the fallout from that), and some moments that seem like we've seen before (ANOTHER outpost of survivors met, only to be potentially al...

    This story arc allows the survivors to meet a new civilization, a large scale civilization run on the idea that whatever class system existed before should be reconstituted with exams allowing people to move up. Instead of another desperate cannibalistic society, this is one advanced b...

    Not quite up to the same level as some of the previous, recent volumes, but still this promises a nice, new direction for the series. I really appreciate that we've gotten to the point where the focus is more on the rebuilding of civilization than it is on fighting/killing zombies and ...

    3.5 So the new villains have arrived and it has a very meh moment. I am starting to debate if I should continue this series, if the arc fails to deliver it might be bye bye. The long running series is looping storylines and I must admit the ambigious reason for the plague should be ...

    New groups, new possibilities, and new potentials for trouble.... to be continued ...

    Not much takes place in this volume in terms of action. It mostly acts as a pivot and beginning into a new arc that?s looking to be interesting. One thing I think the comics do better than the show (which has lost the plot for the third year in a row) is that they are constantly e...

    It's amazing to me how a zombie comic with very little action can still be so compelling. This volume is short on the fighting but very deep on the human interaction. Rick's group has found a group that truly seems to be recreating society, but as is always the case there are still pro...

    Really interesting story arc! I shocker with michonne ...

    Still one of the best ongoing stories on the market. ...

    An entire book to meet new folks, get odd feelings about them, and kill nobody. Spinning its wheels. Plus a highly improbably occurrence which even the characters call highly improbable. ...

  • Fiction State Of Mind
    Sep 09, 2018

    Rick and his jolly band come across a new group: the Commonwealth! And so begins the same old story ? can they trust them or is they nutballs? What a boring book! The Commonwealth aren?t that bad a bunch despite having Stormtroopers and a Joffrey-esque shithead second-in-line to...

    Let the allegory of Capitalism vs. Socialism begin! Not a whole lot of zombie action in this volume. Mostly just a lot of introductions that have a strong resemblance to the many other times we have met new people in this series. Getting a bit repetitive, perhaps? At this...

    I enjoyed this volume. There wasn?t a lot of zombie action but quite a bit happened for a few different characters. Kirkman also introduced a few new characters and I?m glad he?s actually fleshing new characters out because in the past, new characters were coming and going and no...

    Well, we meet the new group in Ohio called the Commonwealth. Kirkman seems to be going out of his way to make everyone we meet a huge a-hole. This whole class system thing they've set up is set up really poorly, where they just set you up with what you were in the past. It almost feels...

    The Walking Dead, Vol. 30: 180 issues in, and ?The Walking Dead,? somehow, is still trucking along as strong as ever. With this latest arc, Robert Kirkman introduces an entirely new element into the series - the return, more or less, of a fully functioning, ?modern? civilizatio...

    A whole new world is opening up and this issue we see a group travel to Ohio which is the biggest distance anyone has traveled to in this world this far. Plot: Robert Kirkman has once again expanded on this world and i'm happy that we are now moving into another part of the count...

    The first thing my husband says when he sees this: "Why are there Stormtroopers?" Hah! That was great. But why ARE there Stormtroopers? This volume picks up right where the previous one left off: an encounter with a new community that Eugene had been communicating with. The majority of...

    Yes, I'm still reading this. I have given up on the show, though I'm carrying on with the comic for a bit longer. Though it does feel a bit repetitive now... ...

    On a page by page basis, this is a strong volume in a long-running series. My only reservation is that Walking Dead story cycles are sort of turning into Star Trek episodes with our core group constantly seeking out new life and new civilizations, and when first contact is made we disc...

    Eugene and Michonne's group finally arrives in Ohio to meet the woman Stephanie that Eugene has been communicating by ham radio with. Instead they are met by a large group of soldiers, decked out in Stormtrooper type of gear, and taken to meet Lance who wishes to interrogate the group....

    As many people have noted, Walking Dead is very cyclical. But it's an additive cycle - each time the survivors run into another group, it seems the newcomers are another step up the ladder of civilization. That's very true with this volume, as Michonne and Eugene lead a group to meet S...

    Well, this series continues to be a conondrum for me. There are elements of this arc I really loved (Michonnes reunion, Maggie beginning to move on and the fallout from that), and some moments that seem like we've seen before (ANOTHER outpost of survivors met, only to be potentially al...

    This story arc allows the survivors to meet a new civilization, a large scale civilization run on the idea that whatever class system existed before should be reconstituted with exams allowing people to move up. Instead of another desperate cannibalistic society, this is one advanced b...

    Not quite up to the same level as some of the previous, recent volumes, but still this promises a nice, new direction for the series. I really appreciate that we've gotten to the point where the focus is more on the rebuilding of civilization than it is on fighting/killing zombies and ...

    3.5 So the new villains have arrived and it has a very meh moment. I am starting to debate if I should continue this series, if the arc fails to deliver it might be bye bye. The long running series is looping storylines and I must admit the ambigious reason for the plague should be ...

    New groups, new possibilities, and new potentials for trouble.... to be continued ...

    Not much takes place in this volume in terms of action. It mostly acts as a pivot and beginning into a new arc that?s looking to be interesting. One thing I think the comics do better than the show (which has lost the plot for the third year in a row) is that they are constantly e...

    It's amazing to me how a zombie comic with very little action can still be so compelling. This volume is short on the fighting but very deep on the human interaction. Rick's group has found a group that truly seems to be recreating society, but as is always the case there are still pro...

    Really interesting story arc! I shocker with michonne ...

  • Peacegal
    Sep 26, 2018

    Rick and his jolly band come across a new group: the Commonwealth! And so begins the same old story ? can they trust them or is they nutballs? What a boring book! The Commonwealth aren?t that bad a bunch despite having Stormtroopers and a Joffrey-esque shithead second-in-line to...

    Let the allegory of Capitalism vs. Socialism begin! Not a whole lot of zombie action in this volume. Mostly just a lot of introductions that have a strong resemblance to the many other times we have met new people in this series. Getting a bit repetitive, perhaps? At this...

    I enjoyed this volume. There wasn?t a lot of zombie action but quite a bit happened for a few different characters. Kirkman also introduced a few new characters and I?m glad he?s actually fleshing new characters out because in the past, new characters were coming and going and no...

    Well, we meet the new group in Ohio called the Commonwealth. Kirkman seems to be going out of his way to make everyone we meet a huge a-hole. This whole class system thing they've set up is set up really poorly, where they just set you up with what you were in the past. It almost feels...

    The Walking Dead, Vol. 30: 180 issues in, and ?The Walking Dead,? somehow, is still trucking along as strong as ever. With this latest arc, Robert Kirkman introduces an entirely new element into the series - the return, more or less, of a fully functioning, ?modern? civilizatio...

    A whole new world is opening up and this issue we see a group travel to Ohio which is the biggest distance anyone has traveled to in this world this far. Plot: Robert Kirkman has once again expanded on this world and i'm happy that we are now moving into another part of the count...

    The first thing my husband says when he sees this: "Why are there Stormtroopers?" Hah! That was great. But why ARE there Stormtroopers? This volume picks up right where the previous one left off: an encounter with a new community that Eugene had been communicating with. The majority of...

    Yes, I'm still reading this. I have given up on the show, though I'm carrying on with the comic for a bit longer. Though it does feel a bit repetitive now... ...

    On a page by page basis, this is a strong volume in a long-running series. My only reservation is that Walking Dead story cycles are sort of turning into Star Trek episodes with our core group constantly seeking out new life and new civilizations, and when first contact is made we disc...

    Eugene and Michonne's group finally arrives in Ohio to meet the woman Stephanie that Eugene has been communicating by ham radio with. Instead they are met by a large group of soldiers, decked out in Stormtrooper type of gear, and taken to meet Lance who wishes to interrogate the group....

    As many people have noted, Walking Dead is very cyclical. But it's an additive cycle - each time the survivors run into another group, it seems the newcomers are another step up the ladder of civilization. That's very true with this volume, as Michonne and Eugene lead a group to meet S...

    Well, this series continues to be a conondrum for me. There are elements of this arc I really loved (Michonnes reunion, Maggie beginning to move on and the fallout from that), and some moments that seem like we've seen before (ANOTHER outpost of survivors met, only to be potentially al...

    This story arc allows the survivors to meet a new civilization, a large scale civilization run on the idea that whatever class system existed before should be reconstituted with exams allowing people to move up. Instead of another desperate cannibalistic society, this is one advanced b...

    Not quite up to the same level as some of the previous, recent volumes, but still this promises a nice, new direction for the series. I really appreciate that we've gotten to the point where the focus is more on the rebuilding of civilization than it is on fighting/killing zombies and ...

    3.5 So the new villains have arrived and it has a very meh moment. I am starting to debate if I should continue this series, if the arc fails to deliver it might be bye bye. The long running series is looping storylines and I must admit the ambigious reason for the plague should be ...

    New groups, new possibilities, and new potentials for trouble.... to be continued ...

    Not much takes place in this volume in terms of action. It mostly acts as a pivot and beginning into a new arc that?s looking to be interesting. One thing I think the comics do better than the show (which has lost the plot for the third year in a row) is that they are constantly e...

    It's amazing to me how a zombie comic with very little action can still be so compelling. This volume is short on the fighting but very deep on the human interaction. Rick's group has found a group that truly seems to be recreating society, but as is always the case there are still pro...

    Really interesting story arc! I shocker with michonne ...

    Still one of the best ongoing stories on the market. ...

    An entire book to meet new folks, get odd feelings about them, and kill nobody. Spinning its wheels. Plus a highly improbably occurrence which even the characters call highly improbable. ...

    3.5 stars -- Looking at the cover, I thought for a moment this was the first Walking Dead/Star Wars crossover. But seriously. This installment was decent, but if you're looking for lots of zombie action, look elsewhere. The zombies were essentially an afterthought in issue 30. Ther...

  • Emily
    Sep 29, 2018

    Rick and his jolly band come across a new group: the Commonwealth! And so begins the same old story ? can they trust them or is they nutballs? What a boring book! The Commonwealth aren?t that bad a bunch despite having Stormtroopers and a Joffrey-esque shithead second-in-line to...

    Let the allegory of Capitalism vs. Socialism begin! Not a whole lot of zombie action in this volume. Mostly just a lot of introductions that have a strong resemblance to the many other times we have met new people in this series. Getting a bit repetitive, perhaps? At this...

    I enjoyed this volume. There wasn?t a lot of zombie action but quite a bit happened for a few different characters. Kirkman also introduced a few new characters and I?m glad he?s actually fleshing new characters out because in the past, new characters were coming and going and no...

    Well, we meet the new group in Ohio called the Commonwealth. Kirkman seems to be going out of his way to make everyone we meet a huge a-hole. This whole class system thing they've set up is set up really poorly, where they just set you up with what you were in the past. It almost feels...

    The Walking Dead, Vol. 30: 180 issues in, and ?The Walking Dead,? somehow, is still trucking along as strong as ever. With this latest arc, Robert Kirkman introduces an entirely new element into the series - the return, more or less, of a fully functioning, ?modern? civilizatio...

    A whole new world is opening up and this issue we see a group travel to Ohio which is the biggest distance anyone has traveled to in this world this far. Plot: Robert Kirkman has once again expanded on this world and i'm happy that we are now moving into another part of the count...

    The first thing my husband says when he sees this: "Why are there Stormtroopers?" Hah! That was great. But why ARE there Stormtroopers? This volume picks up right where the previous one left off: an encounter with a new community that Eugene had been communicating with. The majority of...

    Yes, I'm still reading this. I have given up on the show, though I'm carrying on with the comic for a bit longer. Though it does feel a bit repetitive now... ...

    On a page by page basis, this is a strong volume in a long-running series. My only reservation is that Walking Dead story cycles are sort of turning into Star Trek episodes with our core group constantly seeking out new life and new civilizations, and when first contact is made we disc...

    Eugene and Michonne's group finally arrives in Ohio to meet the woman Stephanie that Eugene has been communicating by ham radio with. Instead they are met by a large group of soldiers, decked out in Stormtrooper type of gear, and taken to meet Lance who wishes to interrogate the group....

    As many people have noted, Walking Dead is very cyclical. But it's an additive cycle - each time the survivors run into another group, it seems the newcomers are another step up the ladder of civilization. That's very true with this volume, as Michonne and Eugene lead a group to meet S...

    Well, this series continues to be a conondrum for me. There are elements of this arc I really loved (Michonnes reunion, Maggie beginning to move on and the fallout from that), and some moments that seem like we've seen before (ANOTHER outpost of survivors met, only to be potentially al...

    This story arc allows the survivors to meet a new civilization, a large scale civilization run on the idea that whatever class system existed before should be reconstituted with exams allowing people to move up. Instead of another desperate cannibalistic society, this is one advanced b...

    Not quite up to the same level as some of the previous, recent volumes, but still this promises a nice, new direction for the series. I really appreciate that we've gotten to the point where the focus is more on the rebuilding of civilization than it is on fighting/killing zombies and ...

    3.5 So the new villains have arrived and it has a very meh moment. I am starting to debate if I should continue this series, if the arc fails to deliver it might be bye bye. The long running series is looping storylines and I must admit the ambigious reason for the plague should be ...

    New groups, new possibilities, and new potentials for trouble.... to be continued ...

    Not much takes place in this volume in terms of action. It mostly acts as a pivot and beginning into a new arc that?s looking to be interesting. One thing I think the comics do better than the show (which has lost the plot for the third year in a row) is that they are constantly e...

    It's amazing to me how a zombie comic with very little action can still be so compelling. This volume is short on the fighting but very deep on the human interaction. Rick's group has found a group that truly seems to be recreating society, but as is always the case there are still pro...

    Really interesting story arc! I shocker with michonne ...

    Still one of the best ongoing stories on the market. ...

    An entire book to meet new folks, get odd feelings about them, and kill nobody. Spinning its wheels. Plus a highly improbably occurrence which even the characters call highly improbable. ...

    3.5 stars -- Looking at the cover, I thought for a moment this was the first Walking Dead/Star Wars crossover. But seriously. This installment was decent, but if you're looking for lots of zombie action, look elsewhere. The zombies were essentially an afterthought in issue 30. Ther...

    3.5 stars I don?t know. I?m not sure how much longer this can go on. I liked Michonne?s surprise and how the panels were done for her story. Princess is amusing. The new group is making me nervous, like new groups always do, and I wonder if the inevitable conflict is going to ...

  • Dakota Morgan
    Oct 30, 2018

    Rick and his jolly band come across a new group: the Commonwealth! And so begins the same old story ? can they trust them or is they nutballs? What a boring book! The Commonwealth aren?t that bad a bunch despite having Stormtroopers and a Joffrey-esque shithead second-in-line to...

    Let the allegory of Capitalism vs. Socialism begin! Not a whole lot of zombie action in this volume. Mostly just a lot of introductions that have a strong resemblance to the many other times we have met new people in this series. Getting a bit repetitive, perhaps? At this...

    I enjoyed this volume. There wasn?t a lot of zombie action but quite a bit happened for a few different characters. Kirkman also introduced a few new characters and I?m glad he?s actually fleshing new characters out because in the past, new characters were coming and going and no...

    Well, we meet the new group in Ohio called the Commonwealth. Kirkman seems to be going out of his way to make everyone we meet a huge a-hole. This whole class system thing they've set up is set up really poorly, where they just set you up with what you were in the past. It almost feels...

    The Walking Dead, Vol. 30: 180 issues in, and ?The Walking Dead,? somehow, is still trucking along as strong as ever. With this latest arc, Robert Kirkman introduces an entirely new element into the series - the return, more or less, of a fully functioning, ?modern? civilizatio...

    A whole new world is opening up and this issue we see a group travel to Ohio which is the biggest distance anyone has traveled to in this world this far. Plot: Robert Kirkman has once again expanded on this world and i'm happy that we are now moving into another part of the count...

    The first thing my husband says when he sees this: "Why are there Stormtroopers?" Hah! That was great. But why ARE there Stormtroopers? This volume picks up right where the previous one left off: an encounter with a new community that Eugene had been communicating with. The majority of...

    Yes, I'm still reading this. I have given up on the show, though I'm carrying on with the comic for a bit longer. Though it does feel a bit repetitive now... ...

    On a page by page basis, this is a strong volume in a long-running series. My only reservation is that Walking Dead story cycles are sort of turning into Star Trek episodes with our core group constantly seeking out new life and new civilizations, and when first contact is made we disc...

    Eugene and Michonne's group finally arrives in Ohio to meet the woman Stephanie that Eugene has been communicating by ham radio with. Instead they are met by a large group of soldiers, decked out in Stormtrooper type of gear, and taken to meet Lance who wishes to interrogate the group....

    As many people have noted, Walking Dead is very cyclical. But it's an additive cycle - each time the survivors run into another group, it seems the newcomers are another step up the ladder of civilization. That's very true with this volume, as Michonne and Eugene lead a group to meet S...

    Well, this series continues to be a conondrum for me. There are elements of this arc I really loved (Michonnes reunion, Maggie beginning to move on and the fallout from that), and some moments that seem like we've seen before (ANOTHER outpost of survivors met, only to be potentially al...

    This story arc allows the survivors to meet a new civilization, a large scale civilization run on the idea that whatever class system existed before should be reconstituted with exams allowing people to move up. Instead of another desperate cannibalistic society, this is one advanced b...

    Not quite up to the same level as some of the previous, recent volumes, but still this promises a nice, new direction for the series. I really appreciate that we've gotten to the point where the focus is more on the rebuilding of civilization than it is on fighting/killing zombies and ...

    3.5 So the new villains have arrived and it has a very meh moment. I am starting to debate if I should continue this series, if the arc fails to deliver it might be bye bye. The long running series is looping storylines and I must admit the ambigious reason for the plague should be ...

    New groups, new possibilities, and new potentials for trouble.... to be continued ...

    Not much takes place in this volume in terms of action. It mostly acts as a pivot and beginning into a new arc that?s looking to be interesting. One thing I think the comics do better than the show (which has lost the plot for the third year in a row) is that they are constantly e...

    It's amazing to me how a zombie comic with very little action can still be so compelling. This volume is short on the fighting but very deep on the human interaction. Rick's group has found a group that truly seems to be recreating society, but as is always the case there are still pro...

    Really interesting story arc! I shocker with michonne ...

    Still one of the best ongoing stories on the market. ...

    An entire book to meet new folks, get odd feelings about them, and kill nobody. Spinning its wheels. Plus a highly improbably occurrence which even the characters call highly improbable. ...

    3.5 stars -- Looking at the cover, I thought for a moment this was the first Walking Dead/Star Wars crossover. But seriously. This installment was decent, but if you're looking for lots of zombie action, look elsewhere. The zombies were essentially an afterthought in issue 30. Ther...

    3.5 stars I don?t know. I?m not sure how much longer this can go on. I liked Michonne?s surprise and how the panels were done for her story. Princess is amusing. The new group is making me nervous, like new groups always do, and I wonder if the inevitable conflict is going to ...

    Volume 30 picks up where Volume 29 left off. An expedition from Alexandria et al. discovers a new community?the largest one The Walking Dead has ever seen. It looks to be fascinating, allows for one big reunion(!), and sets up potentially a lot of story. The slow moments and the emot...

    ORIGINALLY POSTED: https://bibliomantics.com/2018/07/21/... Get ready for tearful reunions and a brand-new community with questionable motives. Yes, another one. The latest collection in the Walking Dead series is not terrible, but it?s not terribly exciting either as things are s...

    This is the only on going comic I keep following I just wish Rick would die, it?s about time... Enjoy ...

    Kirkman, if you let Rick grimes start another f***ing war I will burn my walking dead collection and never look back. ...

    You know what I really liked about New World Order? It's kinda boring. Except for one huge (and happy) surprise, it's pretty much entirely a discussion of the preferred economic system between Rick's camp and the newfound metropolis, the Commonwealth. Seriously! The main conflict here ...

  • Anthony
    Jun 18, 2018

    Rick and his jolly band come across a new group: the Commonwealth! And so begins the same old story ? can they trust them or is they nutballs? What a boring book! The Commonwealth aren?t that bad a bunch despite having Stormtroopers and a Joffrey-esque shithead second-in-line to...

    Let the allegory of Capitalism vs. Socialism begin! Not a whole lot of zombie action in this volume. Mostly just a lot of introductions that have a strong resemblance to the many other times we have met new people in this series. Getting a bit repetitive, perhaps? At this...

    I enjoyed this volume. There wasn?t a lot of zombie action but quite a bit happened for a few different characters. Kirkman also introduced a few new characters and I?m glad he?s actually fleshing new characters out because in the past, new characters were coming and going and no...

    Well, we meet the new group in Ohio called the Commonwealth. Kirkman seems to be going out of his way to make everyone we meet a huge a-hole. This whole class system thing they've set up is set up really poorly, where they just set you up with what you were in the past. It almost feels...

    The Walking Dead, Vol. 30: 180 issues in, and ?The Walking Dead,? somehow, is still trucking along as strong as ever. With this latest arc, Robert Kirkman introduces an entirely new element into the series - the return, more or less, of a fully functioning, ?modern? civilizatio...

    A whole new world is opening up and this issue we see a group travel to Ohio which is the biggest distance anyone has traveled to in this world this far. Plot: Robert Kirkman has once again expanded on this world and i'm happy that we are now moving into another part of the count...

    The first thing my husband says when he sees this: "Why are there Stormtroopers?" Hah! That was great. But why ARE there Stormtroopers? This volume picks up right where the previous one left off: an encounter with a new community that Eugene had been communicating with. The majority of...

    Yes, I'm still reading this. I have given up on the show, though I'm carrying on with the comic for a bit longer. Though it does feel a bit repetitive now... ...

  • H. P.
    Sep 12, 2018

    Rick and his jolly band come across a new group: the Commonwealth! And so begins the same old story ? can they trust them or is they nutballs? What a boring book! The Commonwealth aren?t that bad a bunch despite having Stormtroopers and a Joffrey-esque shithead second-in-line to...

    Let the allegory of Capitalism vs. Socialism begin! Not a whole lot of zombie action in this volume. Mostly just a lot of introductions that have a strong resemblance to the many other times we have met new people in this series. Getting a bit repetitive, perhaps? At this...

    I enjoyed this volume. There wasn?t a lot of zombie action but quite a bit happened for a few different characters. Kirkman also introduced a few new characters and I?m glad he?s actually fleshing new characters out because in the past, new characters were coming and going and no...

    Well, we meet the new group in Ohio called the Commonwealth. Kirkman seems to be going out of his way to make everyone we meet a huge a-hole. This whole class system thing they've set up is set up really poorly, where they just set you up with what you were in the past. It almost feels...

    The Walking Dead, Vol. 30: 180 issues in, and ?The Walking Dead,? somehow, is still trucking along as strong as ever. With this latest arc, Robert Kirkman introduces an entirely new element into the series - the return, more or less, of a fully functioning, ?modern? civilizatio...

    A whole new world is opening up and this issue we see a group travel to Ohio which is the biggest distance anyone has traveled to in this world this far. Plot: Robert Kirkman has once again expanded on this world and i'm happy that we are now moving into another part of the count...

    The first thing my husband says when he sees this: "Why are there Stormtroopers?" Hah! That was great. But why ARE there Stormtroopers? This volume picks up right where the previous one left off: an encounter with a new community that Eugene had been communicating with. The majority of...

    Yes, I'm still reading this. I have given up on the show, though I'm carrying on with the comic for a bit longer. Though it does feel a bit repetitive now... ...

    On a page by page basis, this is a strong volume in a long-running series. My only reservation is that Walking Dead story cycles are sort of turning into Star Trek episodes with our core group constantly seeking out new life and new civilizations, and when first contact is made we disc...

    Eugene and Michonne's group finally arrives in Ohio to meet the woman Stephanie that Eugene has been communicating by ham radio with. Instead they are met by a large group of soldiers, decked out in Stormtrooper type of gear, and taken to meet Lance who wishes to interrogate the group....

    As many people have noted, Walking Dead is very cyclical. But it's an additive cycle - each time the survivors run into another group, it seems the newcomers are another step up the ladder of civilization. That's very true with this volume, as Michonne and Eugene lead a group to meet S...

    Well, this series continues to be a conondrum for me. There are elements of this arc I really loved (Michonnes reunion, Maggie beginning to move on and the fallout from that), and some moments that seem like we've seen before (ANOTHER outpost of survivors met, only to be potentially al...

    This story arc allows the survivors to meet a new civilization, a large scale civilization run on the idea that whatever class system existed before should be reconstituted with exams allowing people to move up. Instead of another desperate cannibalistic society, this is one advanced b...

    Not quite up to the same level as some of the previous, recent volumes, but still this promises a nice, new direction for the series. I really appreciate that we've gotten to the point where the focus is more on the rebuilding of civilization than it is on fighting/killing zombies and ...

    3.5 So the new villains have arrived and it has a very meh moment. I am starting to debate if I should continue this series, if the arc fails to deliver it might be bye bye. The long running series is looping storylines and I must admit the ambigious reason for the plague should be ...

    New groups, new possibilities, and new potentials for trouble.... to be continued ...

    Not much takes place in this volume in terms of action. It mostly acts as a pivot and beginning into a new arc that?s looking to be interesting. One thing I think the comics do better than the show (which has lost the plot for the third year in a row) is that they are constantly e...

    It's amazing to me how a zombie comic with very little action can still be so compelling. This volume is short on the fighting but very deep on the human interaction. Rick's group has found a group that truly seems to be recreating society, but as is always the case there are still pro...

    Really interesting story arc! I shocker with michonne ...

    Still one of the best ongoing stories on the market. ...

    An entire book to meet new folks, get odd feelings about them, and kill nobody. Spinning its wheels. Plus a highly improbably occurrence which even the characters call highly improbable. ...

    3.5 stars -- Looking at the cover, I thought for a moment this was the first Walking Dead/Star Wars crossover. But seriously. This installment was decent, but if you're looking for lots of zombie action, look elsewhere. The zombies were essentially an afterthought in issue 30. Ther...

    3.5 stars I don?t know. I?m not sure how much longer this can go on. I liked Michonne?s surprise and how the panels were done for her story. Princess is amusing. The new group is making me nervous, like new groups always do, and I wonder if the inevitable conflict is going to ...

    Volume 30 picks up where Volume 29 left off. An expedition from Alexandria et al. discovers a new community?the largest one The Walking Dead has ever seen. It looks to be fascinating, allows for one big reunion(!), and sets up potentially a lot of story. The slow moments and the emot...

  • Melissa
    Sep 19, 2018

    Rick and his jolly band come across a new group: the Commonwealth! And so begins the same old story ? can they trust them or is they nutballs? What a boring book! The Commonwealth aren?t that bad a bunch despite having Stormtroopers and a Joffrey-esque shithead second-in-line to...

    Let the allegory of Capitalism vs. Socialism begin! Not a whole lot of zombie action in this volume. Mostly just a lot of introductions that have a strong resemblance to the many other times we have met new people in this series. Getting a bit repetitive, perhaps? At this...

    I enjoyed this volume. There wasn?t a lot of zombie action but quite a bit happened for a few different characters. Kirkman also introduced a few new characters and I?m glad he?s actually fleshing new characters out because in the past, new characters were coming and going and no...

    Well, we meet the new group in Ohio called the Commonwealth. Kirkman seems to be going out of his way to make everyone we meet a huge a-hole. This whole class system thing they've set up is set up really poorly, where they just set you up with what you were in the past. It almost feels...

    The Walking Dead, Vol. 30: 180 issues in, and ?The Walking Dead,? somehow, is still trucking along as strong as ever. With this latest arc, Robert Kirkman introduces an entirely new element into the series - the return, more or less, of a fully functioning, ?modern? civilizatio...

    A whole new world is opening up and this issue we see a group travel to Ohio which is the biggest distance anyone has traveled to in this world this far. Plot: Robert Kirkman has once again expanded on this world and i'm happy that we are now moving into another part of the count...

    The first thing my husband says when he sees this: "Why are there Stormtroopers?" Hah! That was great. But why ARE there Stormtroopers? This volume picks up right where the previous one left off: an encounter with a new community that Eugene had been communicating with. The majority of...

    Yes, I'm still reading this. I have given up on the show, though I'm carrying on with the comic for a bit longer. Though it does feel a bit repetitive now... ...

    On a page by page basis, this is a strong volume in a long-running series. My only reservation is that Walking Dead story cycles are sort of turning into Star Trek episodes with our core group constantly seeking out new life and new civilizations, and when first contact is made we disc...

    Eugene and Michonne's group finally arrives in Ohio to meet the woman Stephanie that Eugene has been communicating by ham radio with. Instead they are met by a large group of soldiers, decked out in Stormtrooper type of gear, and taken to meet Lance who wishes to interrogate the group....

    As many people have noted, Walking Dead is very cyclical. But it's an additive cycle - each time the survivors run into another group, it seems the newcomers are another step up the ladder of civilization. That's very true with this volume, as Michonne and Eugene lead a group to meet S...

    Well, this series continues to be a conondrum for me. There are elements of this arc I really loved (Michonnes reunion, Maggie beginning to move on and the fallout from that), and some moments that seem like we've seen before (ANOTHER outpost of survivors met, only to be potentially al...

    This story arc allows the survivors to meet a new civilization, a large scale civilization run on the idea that whatever class system existed before should be reconstituted with exams allowing people to move up. Instead of another desperate cannibalistic society, this is one advanced b...

    Not quite up to the same level as some of the previous, recent volumes, but still this promises a nice, new direction for the series. I really appreciate that we've gotten to the point where the focus is more on the rebuilding of civilization than it is on fighting/killing zombies and ...

    3.5 So the new villains have arrived and it has a very meh moment. I am starting to debate if I should continue this series, if the arc fails to deliver it might be bye bye. The long running series is looping storylines and I must admit the ambigious reason for the plague should be ...

    New groups, new possibilities, and new potentials for trouble.... to be continued ...

  • Sam Quixote
    Sep 11, 2018

    Rick and his jolly band come across a new group: the Commonwealth! And so begins the same old story ? can they trust them or is they nutballs? What a boring book! The Commonwealth aren?t that bad a bunch despite having Stormtroopers and a Joffrey-esque shithead second-in-line to...

  • Barry Bridges
    Oct 29, 2018

    Rick and his jolly band come across a new group: the Commonwealth! And so begins the same old story ? can they trust them or is they nutballs? What a boring book! The Commonwealth aren?t that bad a bunch despite having Stormtroopers and a Joffrey-esque shithead second-in-line to...

    Let the allegory of Capitalism vs. Socialism begin! Not a whole lot of zombie action in this volume. Mostly just a lot of introductions that have a strong resemblance to the many other times we have met new people in this series. Getting a bit repetitive, perhaps? At this...

    I enjoyed this volume. There wasn?t a lot of zombie action but quite a bit happened for a few different characters. Kirkman also introduced a few new characters and I?m glad he?s actually fleshing new characters out because in the past, new characters were coming and going and no...

    Well, we meet the new group in Ohio called the Commonwealth. Kirkman seems to be going out of his way to make everyone we meet a huge a-hole. This whole class system thing they've set up is set up really poorly, where they just set you up with what you were in the past. It almost feels...

    The Walking Dead, Vol. 30: 180 issues in, and ?The Walking Dead,? somehow, is still trucking along as strong as ever. With this latest arc, Robert Kirkman introduces an entirely new element into the series - the return, more or less, of a fully functioning, ?modern? civilizatio...

    A whole new world is opening up and this issue we see a group travel to Ohio which is the biggest distance anyone has traveled to in this world this far. Plot: Robert Kirkman has once again expanded on this world and i'm happy that we are now moving into another part of the count...

    The first thing my husband says when he sees this: "Why are there Stormtroopers?" Hah! That was great. But why ARE there Stormtroopers? This volume picks up right where the previous one left off: an encounter with a new community that Eugene had been communicating with. The majority of...

    Yes, I'm still reading this. I have given up on the show, though I'm carrying on with the comic for a bit longer. Though it does feel a bit repetitive now... ...

    On a page by page basis, this is a strong volume in a long-running series. My only reservation is that Walking Dead story cycles are sort of turning into Star Trek episodes with our core group constantly seeking out new life and new civilizations, and when first contact is made we disc...

    Eugene and Michonne's group finally arrives in Ohio to meet the woman Stephanie that Eugene has been communicating by ham radio with. Instead they are met by a large group of soldiers, decked out in Stormtrooper type of gear, and taken to meet Lance who wishes to interrogate the group....

    As many people have noted, Walking Dead is very cyclical. But it's an additive cycle - each time the survivors run into another group, it seems the newcomers are another step up the ladder of civilization. That's very true with this volume, as Michonne and Eugene lead a group to meet S...

    Well, this series continues to be a conondrum for me. There are elements of this arc I really loved (Michonnes reunion, Maggie beginning to move on and the fallout from that), and some moments that seem like we've seen before (ANOTHER outpost of survivors met, only to be potentially al...

    This story arc allows the survivors to meet a new civilization, a large scale civilization run on the idea that whatever class system existed before should be reconstituted with exams allowing people to move up. Instead of another desperate cannibalistic society, this is one advanced b...

    Not quite up to the same level as some of the previous, recent volumes, but still this promises a nice, new direction for the series. I really appreciate that we've gotten to the point where the focus is more on the rebuilding of civilization than it is on fighting/killing zombies and ...

    3.5 So the new villains have arrived and it has a very meh moment. I am starting to debate if I should continue this series, if the arc fails to deliver it might be bye bye. The long running series is looping storylines and I must admit the ambigious reason for the plague should be ...

    New groups, new possibilities, and new potentials for trouble.... to be continued ...

    Not much takes place in this volume in terms of action. It mostly acts as a pivot and beginning into a new arc that?s looking to be interesting. One thing I think the comics do better than the show (which has lost the plot for the third year in a row) is that they are constantly e...

    It's amazing to me how a zombie comic with very little action can still be so compelling. This volume is short on the fighting but very deep on the human interaction. Rick's group has found a group that truly seems to be recreating society, but as is always the case there are still pro...

    Really interesting story arc! I shocker with michonne ...

    Still one of the best ongoing stories on the market. ...

  • Sarah
    Jul 07, 2018

    Rick and his jolly band come across a new group: the Commonwealth! And so begins the same old story ? can they trust them or is they nutballs? What a boring book! The Commonwealth aren?t that bad a bunch despite having Stormtroopers and a Joffrey-esque shithead second-in-line to...

    Let the allegory of Capitalism vs. Socialism begin! Not a whole lot of zombie action in this volume. Mostly just a lot of introductions that have a strong resemblance to the many other times we have met new people in this series. Getting a bit repetitive, perhaps? At this...

    I enjoyed this volume. There wasn?t a lot of zombie action but quite a bit happened for a few different characters. Kirkman also introduced a few new characters and I?m glad he?s actually fleshing new characters out because in the past, new characters were coming and going and no...

  • Chris Lemmerman
    Oct 29, 2018

    Rick and his jolly band come across a new group: the Commonwealth! And so begins the same old story ? can they trust them or is they nutballs? What a boring book! The Commonwealth aren?t that bad a bunch despite having Stormtroopers and a Joffrey-esque shithead second-in-line to...

    Let the allegory of Capitalism vs. Socialism begin! Not a whole lot of zombie action in this volume. Mostly just a lot of introductions that have a strong resemblance to the many other times we have met new people in this series. Getting a bit repetitive, perhaps? At this...

    I enjoyed this volume. There wasn?t a lot of zombie action but quite a bit happened for a few different characters. Kirkman also introduced a few new characters and I?m glad he?s actually fleshing new characters out because in the past, new characters were coming and going and no...

    Well, we meet the new group in Ohio called the Commonwealth. Kirkman seems to be going out of his way to make everyone we meet a huge a-hole. This whole class system thing they've set up is set up really poorly, where they just set you up with what you were in the past. It almost feels...

    The Walking Dead, Vol. 30: 180 issues in, and ?The Walking Dead,? somehow, is still trucking along as strong as ever. With this latest arc, Robert Kirkman introduces an entirely new element into the series - the return, more or less, of a fully functioning, ?modern? civilizatio...

    A whole new world is opening up and this issue we see a group travel to Ohio which is the biggest distance anyone has traveled to in this world this far. Plot: Robert Kirkman has once again expanded on this world and i'm happy that we are now moving into another part of the count...

    The first thing my husband says when he sees this: "Why are there Stormtroopers?" Hah! That was great. But why ARE there Stormtroopers? This volume picks up right where the previous one left off: an encounter with a new community that Eugene had been communicating with. The majority of...

    Yes, I'm still reading this. I have given up on the show, though I'm carrying on with the comic for a bit longer. Though it does feel a bit repetitive now... ...

    On a page by page basis, this is a strong volume in a long-running series. My only reservation is that Walking Dead story cycles are sort of turning into Star Trek episodes with our core group constantly seeking out new life and new civilizations, and when first contact is made we disc...

    Eugene and Michonne's group finally arrives in Ohio to meet the woman Stephanie that Eugene has been communicating by ham radio with. Instead they are met by a large group of soldiers, decked out in Stormtrooper type of gear, and taken to meet Lance who wishes to interrogate the group....

    As many people have noted, Walking Dead is very cyclical. But it's an additive cycle - each time the survivors run into another group, it seems the newcomers are another step up the ladder of civilization. That's very true with this volume, as Michonne and Eugene lead a group to meet S...

    Well, this series continues to be a conondrum for me. There are elements of this arc I really loved (Michonnes reunion, Maggie beginning to move on and the fallout from that), and some moments that seem like we've seen before (ANOTHER outpost of survivors met, only to be potentially al...

    This story arc allows the survivors to meet a new civilization, a large scale civilization run on the idea that whatever class system existed before should be reconstituted with exams allowing people to move up. Instead of another desperate cannibalistic society, this is one advanced b...

    Not quite up to the same level as some of the previous, recent volumes, but still this promises a nice, new direction for the series. I really appreciate that we've gotten to the point where the focus is more on the rebuilding of civilization than it is on fighting/killing zombies and ...

    3.5 So the new villains have arrived and it has a very meh moment. I am starting to debate if I should continue this series, if the arc fails to deliver it might be bye bye. The long running series is looping storylines and I must admit the ambigious reason for the plague should be ...

    New groups, new possibilities, and new potentials for trouble.... to be continued ...

    Not much takes place in this volume in terms of action. It mostly acts as a pivot and beginning into a new arc that?s looking to be interesting. One thing I think the comics do better than the show (which has lost the plot for the third year in a row) is that they are constantly e...

    It's amazing to me how a zombie comic with very little action can still be so compelling. This volume is short on the fighting but very deep on the human interaction. Rick's group has found a group that truly seems to be recreating society, but as is always the case there are still pro...

    Really interesting story arc! I shocker with michonne ...

    Still one of the best ongoing stories on the market. ...

    An entire book to meet new folks, get odd feelings about them, and kill nobody. Spinning its wheels. Plus a highly improbably occurrence which even the characters call highly improbable. ...

    3.5 stars -- Looking at the cover, I thought for a moment this was the first Walking Dead/Star Wars crossover. But seriously. This installment was decent, but if you're looking for lots of zombie action, look elsewhere. The zombies were essentially an afterthought in issue 30. Ther...

    3.5 stars I don?t know. I?m not sure how much longer this can go on. I liked Michonne?s surprise and how the panels were done for her story. Princess is amusing. The new group is making me nervous, like new groups always do, and I wonder if the inevitable conflict is going to ...

    Volume 30 picks up where Volume 29 left off. An expedition from Alexandria et al. discovers a new community?the largest one The Walking Dead has ever seen. It looks to be fascinating, allows for one big reunion(!), and sets up potentially a lot of story. The slow moments and the emot...

    ORIGINALLY POSTED: https://bibliomantics.com/2018/07/21/... Get ready for tearful reunions and a brand-new community with questionable motives. Yes, another one. The latest collection in the Walking Dead series is not terrible, but it?s not terribly exciting either as things are s...

    This is the only on going comic I keep following I just wish Rick would die, it?s about time... Enjoy ...

    Kirkman, if you let Rick grimes start another f***ing war I will burn my walking dead collection and never look back. ...

    You know what I really liked about New World Order? It's kinda boring. Except for one huge (and happy) surprise, it's pretty much entirely a discussion of the preferred economic system between Rick's camp and the newfound metropolis, the Commonwealth. Seriously! The main conflict here ...

    I do not like the look of The Commonwealth at all, but they're definitely the type of organization that could only exist 170+ issues into a series like this. The Michonne developments are nice, but I'm just waiting for the other shoe to drop. The fact that people can still be so concei...

  • Cale
    Sep 07, 2018

    Rick and his jolly band come across a new group: the Commonwealth! And so begins the same old story ? can they trust them or is they nutballs? What a boring book! The Commonwealth aren?t that bad a bunch despite having Stormtroopers and a Joffrey-esque shithead second-in-line to...

    Let the allegory of Capitalism vs. Socialism begin! Not a whole lot of zombie action in this volume. Mostly just a lot of introductions that have a strong resemblance to the many other times we have met new people in this series. Getting a bit repetitive, perhaps? At this...

    I enjoyed this volume. There wasn?t a lot of zombie action but quite a bit happened for a few different characters. Kirkman also introduced a few new characters and I?m glad he?s actually fleshing new characters out because in the past, new characters were coming and going and no...

    Well, we meet the new group in Ohio called the Commonwealth. Kirkman seems to be going out of his way to make everyone we meet a huge a-hole. This whole class system thing they've set up is set up really poorly, where they just set you up with what you were in the past. It almost feels...

    The Walking Dead, Vol. 30: 180 issues in, and ?The Walking Dead,? somehow, is still trucking along as strong as ever. With this latest arc, Robert Kirkman introduces an entirely new element into the series - the return, more or less, of a fully functioning, ?modern? civilizatio...

    A whole new world is opening up and this issue we see a group travel to Ohio which is the biggest distance anyone has traveled to in this world this far. Plot: Robert Kirkman has once again expanded on this world and i'm happy that we are now moving into another part of the count...

    The first thing my husband says when he sees this: "Why are there Stormtroopers?" Hah! That was great. But why ARE there Stormtroopers? This volume picks up right where the previous one left off: an encounter with a new community that Eugene had been communicating with. The majority of...

    Yes, I'm still reading this. I have given up on the show, though I'm carrying on with the comic for a bit longer. Though it does feel a bit repetitive now... ...

    On a page by page basis, this is a strong volume in a long-running series. My only reservation is that Walking Dead story cycles are sort of turning into Star Trek episodes with our core group constantly seeking out new life and new civilizations, and when first contact is made we disc...

    Eugene and Michonne's group finally arrives in Ohio to meet the woman Stephanie that Eugene has been communicating by ham radio with. Instead they are met by a large group of soldiers, decked out in Stormtrooper type of gear, and taken to meet Lance who wishes to interrogate the group....

    As many people have noted, Walking Dead is very cyclical. But it's an additive cycle - each time the survivors run into another group, it seems the newcomers are another step up the ladder of civilization. That's very true with this volume, as Michonne and Eugene lead a group to meet S...

  • Cassie-la
    Jun 30, 2018

    Rick and his jolly band come across a new group: the Commonwealth! And so begins the same old story ? can they trust them or is they nutballs? What a boring book! The Commonwealth aren?t that bad a bunch despite having Stormtroopers and a Joffrey-esque shithead second-in-line to...

    Let the allegory of Capitalism vs. Socialism begin! Not a whole lot of zombie action in this volume. Mostly just a lot of introductions that have a strong resemblance to the many other times we have met new people in this series. Getting a bit repetitive, perhaps? At this...

    I enjoyed this volume. There wasn?t a lot of zombie action but quite a bit happened for a few different characters. Kirkman also introduced a few new characters and I?m glad he?s actually fleshing new characters out because in the past, new characters were coming and going and no...

    Well, we meet the new group in Ohio called the Commonwealth. Kirkman seems to be going out of his way to make everyone we meet a huge a-hole. This whole class system thing they've set up is set up really poorly, where they just set you up with what you were in the past. It almost feels...

    The Walking Dead, Vol. 30: 180 issues in, and ?The Walking Dead,? somehow, is still trucking along as strong as ever. With this latest arc, Robert Kirkman introduces an entirely new element into the series - the return, more or less, of a fully functioning, ?modern? civilizatio...

    A whole new world is opening up and this issue we see a group travel to Ohio which is the biggest distance anyone has traveled to in this world this far. Plot: Robert Kirkman has once again expanded on this world and i'm happy that we are now moving into another part of the count...

    The first thing my husband says when he sees this: "Why are there Stormtroopers?" Hah! That was great. But why ARE there Stormtroopers? This volume picks up right where the previous one left off: an encounter with a new community that Eugene had been communicating with. The majority of...

    Yes, I'm still reading this. I have given up on the show, though I'm carrying on with the comic for a bit longer. Though it does feel a bit repetitive now... ...

    On a page by page basis, this is a strong volume in a long-running series. My only reservation is that Walking Dead story cycles are sort of turning into Star Trek episodes with our core group constantly seeking out new life and new civilizations, and when first contact is made we disc...

    Eugene and Michonne's group finally arrives in Ohio to meet the woman Stephanie that Eugene has been communicating by ham radio with. Instead they are met by a large group of soldiers, decked out in Stormtrooper type of gear, and taken to meet Lance who wishes to interrogate the group....

    As many people have noted, Walking Dead is very cyclical. But it's an additive cycle - each time the survivors run into another group, it seems the newcomers are another step up the ladder of civilization. That's very true with this volume, as Michonne and Eugene lead a group to meet S...

    Well, this series continues to be a conondrum for me. There are elements of this arc I really loved (Michonnes reunion, Maggie beginning to move on and the fallout from that), and some moments that seem like we've seen before (ANOTHER outpost of survivors met, only to be potentially al...

    This story arc allows the survivors to meet a new civilization, a large scale civilization run on the idea that whatever class system existed before should be reconstituted with exams allowing people to move up. Instead of another desperate cannibalistic society, this is one advanced b...

    Not quite up to the same level as some of the previous, recent volumes, but still this promises a nice, new direction for the series. I really appreciate that we've gotten to the point where the focus is more on the rebuilding of civilization than it is on fighting/killing zombies and ...

    3.5 So the new villains have arrived and it has a very meh moment. I am starting to debate if I should continue this series, if the arc fails to deliver it might be bye bye. The long running series is looping storylines and I must admit the ambigious reason for the plague should be ...

    New groups, new possibilities, and new potentials for trouble.... to be continued ...

    Not much takes place in this volume in terms of action. It mostly acts as a pivot and beginning into a new arc that?s looking to be interesting. One thing I think the comics do better than the show (which has lost the plot for the third year in a row) is that they are constantly e...

    It's amazing to me how a zombie comic with very little action can still be so compelling. This volume is short on the fighting but very deep on the human interaction. Rick's group has found a group that truly seems to be recreating society, but as is always the case there are still pro...

    Really interesting story arc! I shocker with michonne ...

    Still one of the best ongoing stories on the market. ...

    An entire book to meet new folks, get odd feelings about them, and kill nobody. Spinning its wheels. Plus a highly improbably occurrence which even the characters call highly improbable. ...

    3.5 stars -- Looking at the cover, I thought for a moment this was the first Walking Dead/Star Wars crossover. But seriously. This installment was decent, but if you're looking for lots of zombie action, look elsewhere. The zombies were essentially an afterthought in issue 30. Ther...

    3.5 stars I don?t know. I?m not sure how much longer this can go on. I liked Michonne?s surprise and how the panels were done for her story. Princess is amusing. The new group is making me nervous, like new groups always do, and I wonder if the inevitable conflict is going to ...

    Volume 30 picks up where Volume 29 left off. An expedition from Alexandria et al. discovers a new community?the largest one The Walking Dead has ever seen. It looks to be fascinating, allows for one big reunion(!), and sets up potentially a lot of story. The slow moments and the emot...

    ORIGINALLY POSTED: https://bibliomantics.com/2018/07/21/... Get ready for tearful reunions and a brand-new community with questionable motives. Yes, another one. The latest collection in the Walking Dead series is not terrible, but it?s not terribly exciting either as things are s...

  • Nancy
    Oct 16, 2018

    Rick and his jolly band come across a new group: the Commonwealth! And so begins the same old story ? can they trust them or is they nutballs? What a boring book! The Commonwealth aren?t that bad a bunch despite having Stormtroopers and a Joffrey-esque shithead second-in-line to...

    Let the allegory of Capitalism vs. Socialism begin! Not a whole lot of zombie action in this volume. Mostly just a lot of introductions that have a strong resemblance to the many other times we have met new people in this series. Getting a bit repetitive, perhaps? At this...

    I enjoyed this volume. There wasn?t a lot of zombie action but quite a bit happened for a few different characters. Kirkman also introduced a few new characters and I?m glad he?s actually fleshing new characters out because in the past, new characters were coming and going and no...

    Well, we meet the new group in Ohio called the Commonwealth. Kirkman seems to be going out of his way to make everyone we meet a huge a-hole. This whole class system thing they've set up is set up really poorly, where they just set you up with what you were in the past. It almost feels...

    The Walking Dead, Vol. 30: 180 issues in, and ?The Walking Dead,? somehow, is still trucking along as strong as ever. With this latest arc, Robert Kirkman introduces an entirely new element into the series - the return, more or less, of a fully functioning, ?modern? civilizatio...

    A whole new world is opening up and this issue we see a group travel to Ohio which is the biggest distance anyone has traveled to in this world this far. Plot: Robert Kirkman has once again expanded on this world and i'm happy that we are now moving into another part of the count...

    The first thing my husband says when he sees this: "Why are there Stormtroopers?" Hah! That was great. But why ARE there Stormtroopers? This volume picks up right where the previous one left off: an encounter with a new community that Eugene had been communicating with. The majority of...

    Yes, I'm still reading this. I have given up on the show, though I'm carrying on with the comic for a bit longer. Though it does feel a bit repetitive now... ...

    On a page by page basis, this is a strong volume in a long-running series. My only reservation is that Walking Dead story cycles are sort of turning into Star Trek episodes with our core group constantly seeking out new life and new civilizations, and when first contact is made we disc...

    Eugene and Michonne's group finally arrives in Ohio to meet the woman Stephanie that Eugene has been communicating by ham radio with. Instead they are met by a large group of soldiers, decked out in Stormtrooper type of gear, and taken to meet Lance who wishes to interrogate the group....

  • Dan
    Jun 06, 2018

    Rick and his jolly band come across a new group: the Commonwealth! And so begins the same old story ? can they trust them or is they nutballs? What a boring book! The Commonwealth aren?t that bad a bunch despite having Stormtroopers and a Joffrey-esque shithead second-in-line to...

    Let the allegory of Capitalism vs. Socialism begin! Not a whole lot of zombie action in this volume. Mostly just a lot of introductions that have a strong resemblance to the many other times we have met new people in this series. Getting a bit repetitive, perhaps? At this...

    I enjoyed this volume. There wasn?t a lot of zombie action but quite a bit happened for a few different characters. Kirkman also introduced a few new characters and I?m glad he?s actually fleshing new characters out because in the past, new characters were coming and going and no...

    Well, we meet the new group in Ohio called the Commonwealth. Kirkman seems to be going out of his way to make everyone we meet a huge a-hole. This whole class system thing they've set up is set up really poorly, where they just set you up with what you were in the past. It almost feels...

    The Walking Dead, Vol. 30: 180 issues in, and ?The Walking Dead,? somehow, is still trucking along as strong as ever. With this latest arc, Robert Kirkman introduces an entirely new element into the series - the return, more or less, of a fully functioning, ?modern? civilizatio...

    A whole new world is opening up and this issue we see a group travel to Ohio which is the biggest distance anyone has traveled to in this world this far. Plot: Robert Kirkman has once again expanded on this world and i'm happy that we are now moving into another part of the count...

    The first thing my husband says when he sees this: "Why are there Stormtroopers?" Hah! That was great. But why ARE there Stormtroopers? This volume picks up right where the previous one left off: an encounter with a new community that Eugene had been communicating with. The majority of...

    Yes, I'm still reading this. I have given up on the show, though I'm carrying on with the comic for a bit longer. Though it does feel a bit repetitive now... ...

    On a page by page basis, this is a strong volume in a long-running series. My only reservation is that Walking Dead story cycles are sort of turning into Star Trek episodes with our core group constantly seeking out new life and new civilizations, and when first contact is made we disc...

    Eugene and Michonne's group finally arrives in Ohio to meet the woman Stephanie that Eugene has been communicating by ham radio with. Instead they are met by a large group of soldiers, decked out in Stormtrooper type of gear, and taken to meet Lance who wishes to interrogate the group....

    As many people have noted, Walking Dead is very cyclical. But it's an additive cycle - each time the survivors run into another group, it seems the newcomers are another step up the ladder of civilization. That's very true with this volume, as Michonne and Eugene lead a group to meet S...

    Well, this series continues to be a conondrum for me. There are elements of this arc I really loved (Michonnes reunion, Maggie beginning to move on and the fallout from that), and some moments that seem like we've seen before (ANOTHER outpost of survivors met, only to be potentially al...

    This story arc allows the survivors to meet a new civilization, a large scale civilization run on the idea that whatever class system existed before should be reconstituted with exams allowing people to move up. Instead of another desperate cannibalistic society, this is one advanced b...

    Not quite up to the same level as some of the previous, recent volumes, but still this promises a nice, new direction for the series. I really appreciate that we've gotten to the point where the focus is more on the rebuilding of civilization than it is on fighting/killing zombies and ...

    3.5 So the new villains have arrived and it has a very meh moment. I am starting to debate if I should continue this series, if the arc fails to deliver it might be bye bye. The long running series is looping storylines and I must admit the ambigious reason for the plague should be ...

    New groups, new possibilities, and new potentials for trouble.... to be continued ...

    Not much takes place in this volume in terms of action. It mostly acts as a pivot and beginning into a new arc that?s looking to be interesting. One thing I think the comics do better than the show (which has lost the plot for the third year in a row) is that they are constantly e...

  • Matthew
    Oct 07, 2018

    Rick and his jolly band come across a new group: the Commonwealth! And so begins the same old story ? can they trust them or is they nutballs? What a boring book! The Commonwealth aren?t that bad a bunch despite having Stormtroopers and a Joffrey-esque shithead second-in-line to...

    Let the allegory of Capitalism vs. Socialism begin! Not a whole lot of zombie action in this volume. Mostly just a lot of introductions that have a strong resemblance to the many other times we have met new people in this series. Getting a bit repetitive, perhaps? At this...

  • Brendan
    Oct 25, 2018

    Rick and his jolly band come across a new group: the Commonwealth! And so begins the same old story ? can they trust them or is they nutballs? What a boring book! The Commonwealth aren?t that bad a bunch despite having Stormtroopers and a Joffrey-esque shithead second-in-line to...

    Let the allegory of Capitalism vs. Socialism begin! Not a whole lot of zombie action in this volume. Mostly just a lot of introductions that have a strong resemblance to the many other times we have met new people in this series. Getting a bit repetitive, perhaps? At this...

    I enjoyed this volume. There wasn?t a lot of zombie action but quite a bit happened for a few different characters. Kirkman also introduced a few new characters and I?m glad he?s actually fleshing new characters out because in the past, new characters were coming and going and no...

    Well, we meet the new group in Ohio called the Commonwealth. Kirkman seems to be going out of his way to make everyone we meet a huge a-hole. This whole class system thing they've set up is set up really poorly, where they just set you up with what you were in the past. It almost feels...

    The Walking Dead, Vol. 30: 180 issues in, and ?The Walking Dead,? somehow, is still trucking along as strong as ever. With this latest arc, Robert Kirkman introduces an entirely new element into the series - the return, more or less, of a fully functioning, ?modern? civilizatio...

    A whole new world is opening up and this issue we see a group travel to Ohio which is the biggest distance anyone has traveled to in this world this far. Plot: Robert Kirkman has once again expanded on this world and i'm happy that we are now moving into another part of the count...

    The first thing my husband says when he sees this: "Why are there Stormtroopers?" Hah! That was great. But why ARE there Stormtroopers? This volume picks up right where the previous one left off: an encounter with a new community that Eugene had been communicating with. The majority of...

    Yes, I'm still reading this. I have given up on the show, though I'm carrying on with the comic for a bit longer. Though it does feel a bit repetitive now... ...

    On a page by page basis, this is a strong volume in a long-running series. My only reservation is that Walking Dead story cycles are sort of turning into Star Trek episodes with our core group constantly seeking out new life and new civilizations, and when first contact is made we disc...

    Eugene and Michonne's group finally arrives in Ohio to meet the woman Stephanie that Eugene has been communicating by ham radio with. Instead they are met by a large group of soldiers, decked out in Stormtrooper type of gear, and taken to meet Lance who wishes to interrogate the group....

    As many people have noted, Walking Dead is very cyclical. But it's an additive cycle - each time the survivors run into another group, it seems the newcomers are another step up the ladder of civilization. That's very true with this volume, as Michonne and Eugene lead a group to meet S...

    Well, this series continues to be a conondrum for me. There are elements of this arc I really loved (Michonnes reunion, Maggie beginning to move on and the fallout from that), and some moments that seem like we've seen before (ANOTHER outpost of survivors met, only to be potentially al...

    This story arc allows the survivors to meet a new civilization, a large scale civilization run on the idea that whatever class system existed before should be reconstituted with exams allowing people to move up. Instead of another desperate cannibalistic society, this is one advanced b...

    Not quite up to the same level as some of the previous, recent volumes, but still this promises a nice, new direction for the series. I really appreciate that we've gotten to the point where the focus is more on the rebuilding of civilization than it is on fighting/killing zombies and ...

    3.5 So the new villains have arrived and it has a very meh moment. I am starting to debate if I should continue this series, if the arc fails to deliver it might be bye bye. The long running series is looping storylines and I must admit the ambigious reason for the plague should be ...

  • Shadowdenizen
    Sep 08, 2018

    Rick and his jolly band come across a new group: the Commonwealth! And so begins the same old story ? can they trust them or is they nutballs? What a boring book! The Commonwealth aren?t that bad a bunch despite having Stormtroopers and a Joffrey-esque shithead second-in-line to...

    Let the allegory of Capitalism vs. Socialism begin! Not a whole lot of zombie action in this volume. Mostly just a lot of introductions that have a strong resemblance to the many other times we have met new people in this series. Getting a bit repetitive, perhaps? At this...

    I enjoyed this volume. There wasn?t a lot of zombie action but quite a bit happened for a few different characters. Kirkman also introduced a few new characters and I?m glad he?s actually fleshing new characters out because in the past, new characters were coming and going and no...

    Well, we meet the new group in Ohio called the Commonwealth. Kirkman seems to be going out of his way to make everyone we meet a huge a-hole. This whole class system thing they've set up is set up really poorly, where they just set you up with what you were in the past. It almost feels...

    The Walking Dead, Vol. 30: 180 issues in, and ?The Walking Dead,? somehow, is still trucking along as strong as ever. With this latest arc, Robert Kirkman introduces an entirely new element into the series - the return, more or less, of a fully functioning, ?modern? civilizatio...

    A whole new world is opening up and this issue we see a group travel to Ohio which is the biggest distance anyone has traveled to in this world this far. Plot: Robert Kirkman has once again expanded on this world and i'm happy that we are now moving into another part of the count...

    The first thing my husband says when he sees this: "Why are there Stormtroopers?" Hah! That was great. But why ARE there Stormtroopers? This volume picks up right where the previous one left off: an encounter with a new community that Eugene had been communicating with. The majority of...

    Yes, I'm still reading this. I have given up on the show, though I'm carrying on with the comic for a bit longer. Though it does feel a bit repetitive now... ...

    On a page by page basis, this is a strong volume in a long-running series. My only reservation is that Walking Dead story cycles are sort of turning into Star Trek episodes with our core group constantly seeking out new life and new civilizations, and when first contact is made we disc...

    Eugene and Michonne's group finally arrives in Ohio to meet the woman Stephanie that Eugene has been communicating by ham radio with. Instead they are met by a large group of soldiers, decked out in Stormtrooper type of gear, and taken to meet Lance who wishes to interrogate the group....

    As many people have noted, Walking Dead is very cyclical. But it's an additive cycle - each time the survivors run into another group, it seems the newcomers are another step up the ladder of civilization. That's very true with this volume, as Michonne and Eugene lead a group to meet S...

    Well, this series continues to be a conondrum for me. There are elements of this arc I really loved (Michonnes reunion, Maggie beginning to move on and the fallout from that), and some moments that seem like we've seen before (ANOTHER outpost of survivors met, only to be potentially al...

  • XO
    May 19, 2018

    Rick and his jolly band come across a new group: the Commonwealth! And so begins the same old story ? can they trust them or is they nutballs? What a boring book! The Commonwealth aren?t that bad a bunch despite having Stormtroopers and a Joffrey-esque shithead second-in-line to...

    Let the allegory of Capitalism vs. Socialism begin! Not a whole lot of zombie action in this volume. Mostly just a lot of introductions that have a strong resemblance to the many other times we have met new people in this series. Getting a bit repetitive, perhaps? At this...

    I enjoyed this volume. There wasn?t a lot of zombie action but quite a bit happened for a few different characters. Kirkman also introduced a few new characters and I?m glad he?s actually fleshing new characters out because in the past, new characters were coming and going and no...

    Well, we meet the new group in Ohio called the Commonwealth. Kirkman seems to be going out of his way to make everyone we meet a huge a-hole. This whole class system thing they've set up is set up really poorly, where they just set you up with what you were in the past. It almost feels...

    The Walking Dead, Vol. 30: 180 issues in, and ?The Walking Dead,? somehow, is still trucking along as strong as ever. With this latest arc, Robert Kirkman introduces an entirely new element into the series - the return, more or less, of a fully functioning, ?modern? civilizatio...

    A whole new world is opening up and this issue we see a group travel to Ohio which is the biggest distance anyone has traveled to in this world this far. Plot: Robert Kirkman has once again expanded on this world and i'm happy that we are now moving into another part of the count...

    The first thing my husband says when he sees this: "Why are there Stormtroopers?" Hah! That was great. But why ARE there Stormtroopers? This volume picks up right where the previous one left off: an encounter with a new community that Eugene had been communicating with. The majority of...

    Yes, I'm still reading this. I have given up on the show, though I'm carrying on with the comic for a bit longer. Though it does feel a bit repetitive now... ...

    On a page by page basis, this is a strong volume in a long-running series. My only reservation is that Walking Dead story cycles are sort of turning into Star Trek episodes with our core group constantly seeking out new life and new civilizations, and when first contact is made we disc...

    Eugene and Michonne's group finally arrives in Ohio to meet the woman Stephanie that Eugene has been communicating by ham radio with. Instead they are met by a large group of soldiers, decked out in Stormtrooper type of gear, and taken to meet Lance who wishes to interrogate the group....

    As many people have noted, Walking Dead is very cyclical. But it's an additive cycle - each time the survivors run into another group, it seems the newcomers are another step up the ladder of civilization. That's very true with this volume, as Michonne and Eugene lead a group to meet S...

    Well, this series continues to be a conondrum for me. There are elements of this arc I really loved (Michonnes reunion, Maggie beginning to move on and the fallout from that), and some moments that seem like we've seen before (ANOTHER outpost of survivors met, only to be potentially al...

    This story arc allows the survivors to meet a new civilization, a large scale civilization run on the idea that whatever class system existed before should be reconstituted with exams allowing people to move up. Instead of another desperate cannibalistic society, this is one advanced b...

    Not quite up to the same level as some of the previous, recent volumes, but still this promises a nice, new direction for the series. I really appreciate that we've gotten to the point where the focus is more on the rebuilding of civilization than it is on fighting/killing zombies and ...

    3.5 So the new villains have arrived and it has a very meh moment. I am starting to debate if I should continue this series, if the arc fails to deliver it might be bye bye. The long running series is looping storylines and I must admit the ambigious reason for the plague should be ...

    New groups, new possibilities, and new potentials for trouble.... to be continued ...

    Not much takes place in this volume in terms of action. It mostly acts as a pivot and beginning into a new arc that?s looking to be interesting. One thing I think the comics do better than the show (which has lost the plot for the third year in a row) is that they are constantly e...

    It's amazing to me how a zombie comic with very little action can still be so compelling. This volume is short on the fighting but very deep on the human interaction. Rick's group has found a group that truly seems to be recreating society, but as is always the case there are still pro...

    Really interesting story arc! I shocker with michonne ...

    Still one of the best ongoing stories on the market. ...

    An entire book to meet new folks, get odd feelings about them, and kill nobody. Spinning its wheels. Plus a highly improbably occurrence which even the characters call highly improbable. ...

    3.5 stars -- Looking at the cover, I thought for a moment this was the first Walking Dead/Star Wars crossover. But seriously. This installment was decent, but if you're looking for lots of zombie action, look elsewhere. The zombies were essentially an afterthought in issue 30. Ther...

    3.5 stars I don?t know. I?m not sure how much longer this can go on. I liked Michonne?s surprise and how the panels were done for her story. Princess is amusing. The new group is making me nervous, like new groups always do, and I wonder if the inevitable conflict is going to ...

    Volume 30 picks up where Volume 29 left off. An expedition from Alexandria et al. discovers a new community?the largest one The Walking Dead has ever seen. It looks to be fascinating, allows for one big reunion(!), and sets up potentially a lot of story. The slow moments and the emot...

    ORIGINALLY POSTED: https://bibliomantics.com/2018/07/21/... Get ready for tearful reunions and a brand-new community with questionable motives. Yes, another one. The latest collection in the Walking Dead series is not terrible, but it?s not terribly exciting either as things are s...

    This is the only on going comic I keep following I just wish Rick would die, it?s about time... Enjoy ...

  • Rod Brown
    Oct 08, 2018

    Rick and his jolly band come across a new group: the Commonwealth! And so begins the same old story ? can they trust them or is they nutballs? What a boring book! The Commonwealth aren?t that bad a bunch despite having Stormtroopers and a Joffrey-esque shithead second-in-line to...

    Let the allegory of Capitalism vs. Socialism begin! Not a whole lot of zombie action in this volume. Mostly just a lot of introductions that have a strong resemblance to the many other times we have met new people in this series. Getting a bit repetitive, perhaps? At this...

    I enjoyed this volume. There wasn?t a lot of zombie action but quite a bit happened for a few different characters. Kirkman also introduced a few new characters and I?m glad he?s actually fleshing new characters out because in the past, new characters were coming and going and no...

    Well, we meet the new group in Ohio called the Commonwealth. Kirkman seems to be going out of his way to make everyone we meet a huge a-hole. This whole class system thing they've set up is set up really poorly, where they just set you up with what you were in the past. It almost feels...

    The Walking Dead, Vol. 30: 180 issues in, and ?The Walking Dead,? somehow, is still trucking along as strong as ever. With this latest arc, Robert Kirkman introduces an entirely new element into the series - the return, more or less, of a fully functioning, ?modern? civilizatio...

    A whole new world is opening up and this issue we see a group travel to Ohio which is the biggest distance anyone has traveled to in this world this far. Plot: Robert Kirkman has once again expanded on this world and i'm happy that we are now moving into another part of the count...

    The first thing my husband says when he sees this: "Why are there Stormtroopers?" Hah! That was great. But why ARE there Stormtroopers? This volume picks up right where the previous one left off: an encounter with a new community that Eugene had been communicating with. The majority of...

    Yes, I'm still reading this. I have given up on the show, though I'm carrying on with the comic for a bit longer. Though it does feel a bit repetitive now... ...

    On a page by page basis, this is a strong volume in a long-running series. My only reservation is that Walking Dead story cycles are sort of turning into Star Trek episodes with our core group constantly seeking out new life and new civilizations, and when first contact is made we disc...

  • Chad
    Oct 24, 2018

    Rick and his jolly band come across a new group: the Commonwealth! And so begins the same old story ? can they trust them or is they nutballs? What a boring book! The Commonwealth aren?t that bad a bunch despite having Stormtroopers and a Joffrey-esque shithead second-in-line to...

    Let the allegory of Capitalism vs. Socialism begin! Not a whole lot of zombie action in this volume. Mostly just a lot of introductions that have a strong resemblance to the many other times we have met new people in this series. Getting a bit repetitive, perhaps? At this...

    I enjoyed this volume. There wasn?t a lot of zombie action but quite a bit happened for a few different characters. Kirkman also introduced a few new characters and I?m glad he?s actually fleshing new characters out because in the past, new characters were coming and going and no...

    Well, we meet the new group in Ohio called the Commonwealth. Kirkman seems to be going out of his way to make everyone we meet a huge a-hole. This whole class system thing they've set up is set up really poorly, where they just set you up with what you were in the past. It almost feels...

  • Joshua Williams
    Jun 06, 2018

    Rick and his jolly band come across a new group: the Commonwealth! And so begins the same old story ? can they trust them or is they nutballs? What a boring book! The Commonwealth aren?t that bad a bunch despite having Stormtroopers and a Joffrey-esque shithead second-in-line to...

    Let the allegory of Capitalism vs. Socialism begin! Not a whole lot of zombie action in this volume. Mostly just a lot of introductions that have a strong resemblance to the many other times we have met new people in this series. Getting a bit repetitive, perhaps? At this...

    I enjoyed this volume. There wasn?t a lot of zombie action but quite a bit happened for a few different characters. Kirkman also introduced a few new characters and I?m glad he?s actually fleshing new characters out because in the past, new characters were coming and going and no...

    Well, we meet the new group in Ohio called the Commonwealth. Kirkman seems to be going out of his way to make everyone we meet a huge a-hole. This whole class system thing they've set up is set up really poorly, where they just set you up with what you were in the past. It almost feels...

    The Walking Dead, Vol. 30: 180 issues in, and ?The Walking Dead,? somehow, is still trucking along as strong as ever. With this latest arc, Robert Kirkman introduces an entirely new element into the series - the return, more or less, of a fully functioning, ?modern? civilizatio...

    A whole new world is opening up and this issue we see a group travel to Ohio which is the biggest distance anyone has traveled to in this world this far. Plot: Robert Kirkman has once again expanded on this world and i'm happy that we are now moving into another part of the count...

    The first thing my husband says when he sees this: "Why are there Stormtroopers?" Hah! That was great. But why ARE there Stormtroopers? This volume picks up right where the previous one left off: an encounter with a new community that Eugene had been communicating with. The majority of...

    Yes, I'm still reading this. I have given up on the show, though I'm carrying on with the comic for a bit longer. Though it does feel a bit repetitive now... ...

    On a page by page basis, this is a strong volume in a long-running series. My only reservation is that Walking Dead story cycles are sort of turning into Star Trek episodes with our core group constantly seeking out new life and new civilizations, and when first contact is made we disc...

    Eugene and Michonne's group finally arrives in Ohio to meet the woman Stephanie that Eugene has been communicating by ham radio with. Instead they are met by a large group of soldiers, decked out in Stormtrooper type of gear, and taken to meet Lance who wishes to interrogate the group....

    As many people have noted, Walking Dead is very cyclical. But it's an additive cycle - each time the survivors run into another group, it seems the newcomers are another step up the ladder of civilization. That's very true with this volume, as Michonne and Eugene lead a group to meet S...

    Well, this series continues to be a conondrum for me. There are elements of this arc I really loved (Michonnes reunion, Maggie beginning to move on and the fallout from that), and some moments that seem like we've seen before (ANOTHER outpost of survivors met, only to be potentially al...

    This story arc allows the survivors to meet a new civilization, a large scale civilization run on the idea that whatever class system existed before should be reconstituted with exams allowing people to move up. Instead of another desperate cannibalistic society, this is one advanced b...

    Not quite up to the same level as some of the previous, recent volumes, but still this promises a nice, new direction for the series. I really appreciate that we've gotten to the point where the focus is more on the rebuilding of civilization than it is on fighting/killing zombies and ...

    3.5 So the new villains have arrived and it has a very meh moment. I am starting to debate if I should continue this series, if the arc fails to deliver it might be bye bye. The long running series is looping storylines and I must admit the ambigious reason for the plague should be ...

    New groups, new possibilities, and new potentials for trouble.... to be continued ...

    Not much takes place in this volume in terms of action. It mostly acts as a pivot and beginning into a new arc that?s looking to be interesting. One thing I think the comics do better than the show (which has lost the plot for the third year in a row) is that they are constantly e...

    It's amazing to me how a zombie comic with very little action can still be so compelling. This volume is short on the fighting but very deep on the human interaction. Rick's group has found a group that truly seems to be recreating society, but as is always the case there are still pro...

    Really interesting story arc! I shocker with michonne ...

    Still one of the best ongoing stories on the market. ...

    An entire book to meet new folks, get odd feelings about them, and kill nobody. Spinning its wheels. Plus a highly improbably occurrence which even the characters call highly improbable. ...

    3.5 stars -- Looking at the cover, I thought for a moment this was the first Walking Dead/Star Wars crossover. But seriously. This installment was decent, but if you're looking for lots of zombie action, look elsewhere. The zombies were essentially an afterthought in issue 30. Ther...

    3.5 stars I don?t know. I?m not sure how much longer this can go on. I liked Michonne?s surprise and how the panels were done for her story. Princess is amusing. The new group is making me nervous, like new groups always do, and I wonder if the inevitable conflict is going to ...

    Volume 30 picks up where Volume 29 left off. An expedition from Alexandria et al. discovers a new community?the largest one The Walking Dead has ever seen. It looks to be fascinating, allows for one big reunion(!), and sets up potentially a lot of story. The slow moments and the emot...

    ORIGINALLY POSTED: https://bibliomantics.com/2018/07/21/... Get ready for tearful reunions and a brand-new community with questionable motives. Yes, another one. The latest collection in the Walking Dead series is not terrible, but it?s not terribly exciting either as things are s...

    This is the only on going comic I keep following I just wish Rick would die, it?s about time... Enjoy ...

    Kirkman, if you let Rick grimes start another f***ing war I will burn my walking dead collection and never look back. ...

  • Ryan Buckby
    Dec 02, 2018

    Rick and his jolly band come across a new group: the Commonwealth! And so begins the same old story ? can they trust them or is they nutballs? What a boring book! The Commonwealth aren?t that bad a bunch despite having Stormtroopers and a Joffrey-esque shithead second-in-line to...

    Let the allegory of Capitalism vs. Socialism begin! Not a whole lot of zombie action in this volume. Mostly just a lot of introductions that have a strong resemblance to the many other times we have met new people in this series. Getting a bit repetitive, perhaps? At this...

    I enjoyed this volume. There wasn?t a lot of zombie action but quite a bit happened for a few different characters. Kirkman also introduced a few new characters and I?m glad he?s actually fleshing new characters out because in the past, new characters were coming and going and no...

    Well, we meet the new group in Ohio called the Commonwealth. Kirkman seems to be going out of his way to make everyone we meet a huge a-hole. This whole class system thing they've set up is set up really poorly, where they just set you up with what you were in the past. It almost feels...

    The Walking Dead, Vol. 30: 180 issues in, and ?The Walking Dead,? somehow, is still trucking along as strong as ever. With this latest arc, Robert Kirkman introduces an entirely new element into the series - the return, more or less, of a fully functioning, ?modern? civilizatio...

    A whole new world is opening up and this issue we see a group travel to Ohio which is the biggest distance anyone has traveled to in this world this far. Plot: Robert Kirkman has once again expanded on this world and i'm happy that we are now moving into another part of the count...

  • Quentin Wallace
    Sep 28, 2018

    Rick and his jolly band come across a new group: the Commonwealth! And so begins the same old story ? can they trust them or is they nutballs? What a boring book! The Commonwealth aren?t that bad a bunch despite having Stormtroopers and a Joffrey-esque shithead second-in-line to...

    Let the allegory of Capitalism vs. Socialism begin! Not a whole lot of zombie action in this volume. Mostly just a lot of introductions that have a strong resemblance to the many other times we have met new people in this series. Getting a bit repetitive, perhaps? At this...

    I enjoyed this volume. There wasn?t a lot of zombie action but quite a bit happened for a few different characters. Kirkman also introduced a few new characters and I?m glad he?s actually fleshing new characters out because in the past, new characters were coming and going and no...

    Well, we meet the new group in Ohio called the Commonwealth. Kirkman seems to be going out of his way to make everyone we meet a huge a-hole. This whole class system thing they've set up is set up really poorly, where they just set you up with what you were in the past. It almost feels...

    The Walking Dead, Vol. 30: 180 issues in, and ?The Walking Dead,? somehow, is still trucking along as strong as ever. With this latest arc, Robert Kirkman introduces an entirely new element into the series - the return, more or less, of a fully functioning, ?modern? civilizatio...

    A whole new world is opening up and this issue we see a group travel to Ohio which is the biggest distance anyone has traveled to in this world this far. Plot: Robert Kirkman has once again expanded on this world and i'm happy that we are now moving into another part of the count...

    The first thing my husband says when he sees this: "Why are there Stormtroopers?" Hah! That was great. But why ARE there Stormtroopers? This volume picks up right where the previous one left off: an encounter with a new community that Eugene had been communicating with. The majority of...

    Yes, I'm still reading this. I have given up on the show, though I'm carrying on with the comic for a bit longer. Though it does feel a bit repetitive now... ...

    On a page by page basis, this is a strong volume in a long-running series. My only reservation is that Walking Dead story cycles are sort of turning into Star Trek episodes with our core group constantly seeking out new life and new civilizations, and when first contact is made we disc...

    Eugene and Michonne's group finally arrives in Ohio to meet the woman Stephanie that Eugene has been communicating by ham radio with. Instead they are met by a large group of soldiers, decked out in Stormtrooper type of gear, and taken to meet Lance who wishes to interrogate the group....

    As many people have noted, Walking Dead is very cyclical. But it's an additive cycle - each time the survivors run into another group, it seems the newcomers are another step up the ladder of civilization. That's very true with this volume, as Michonne and Eugene lead a group to meet S...

    Well, this series continues to be a conondrum for me. There are elements of this arc I really loved (Michonnes reunion, Maggie beginning to move on and the fallout from that), and some moments that seem like we've seen before (ANOTHER outpost of survivors met, only to be potentially al...

    This story arc allows the survivors to meet a new civilization, a large scale civilization run on the idea that whatever class system existed before should be reconstituted with exams allowing people to move up. Instead of another desperate cannibalistic society, this is one advanced b...

    Not quite up to the same level as some of the previous, recent volumes, but still this promises a nice, new direction for the series. I really appreciate that we've gotten to the point where the focus is more on the rebuilding of civilization than it is on fighting/killing zombies and ...

    3.5 So the new villains have arrived and it has a very meh moment. I am starting to debate if I should continue this series, if the arc fails to deliver it might be bye bye. The long running series is looping storylines and I must admit the ambigious reason for the plague should be ...

    New groups, new possibilities, and new potentials for trouble.... to be continued ...

    Not much takes place in this volume in terms of action. It mostly acts as a pivot and beginning into a new arc that?s looking to be interesting. One thing I think the comics do better than the show (which has lost the plot for the third year in a row) is that they are constantly e...

    It's amazing to me how a zombie comic with very little action can still be so compelling. This volume is short on the fighting but very deep on the human interaction. Rick's group has found a group that truly seems to be recreating society, but as is always the case there are still pro...

  • Dave
    Oct 13, 2018

    Rick and his jolly band come across a new group: the Commonwealth! And so begins the same old story ? can they trust them or is they nutballs? What a boring book! The Commonwealth aren?t that bad a bunch despite having Stormtroopers and a Joffrey-esque shithead second-in-line to...

    Let the allegory of Capitalism vs. Socialism begin! Not a whole lot of zombie action in this volume. Mostly just a lot of introductions that have a strong resemblance to the many other times we have met new people in this series. Getting a bit repetitive, perhaps? At this...

    I enjoyed this volume. There wasn?t a lot of zombie action but quite a bit happened for a few different characters. Kirkman also introduced a few new characters and I?m glad he?s actually fleshing new characters out because in the past, new characters were coming and going and no...

    Well, we meet the new group in Ohio called the Commonwealth. Kirkman seems to be going out of his way to make everyone we meet a huge a-hole. This whole class system thing they've set up is set up really poorly, where they just set you up with what you were in the past. It almost feels...

    The Walking Dead, Vol. 30: 180 issues in, and ?The Walking Dead,? somehow, is still trucking along as strong as ever. With this latest arc, Robert Kirkman introduces an entirely new element into the series - the return, more or less, of a fully functioning, ?modern? civilizatio...

    A whole new world is opening up and this issue we see a group travel to Ohio which is the biggest distance anyone has traveled to in this world this far. Plot: Robert Kirkman has once again expanded on this world and i'm happy that we are now moving into another part of the count...

    The first thing my husband says when he sees this: "Why are there Stormtroopers?" Hah! That was great. But why ARE there Stormtroopers? This volume picks up right where the previous one left off: an encounter with a new community that Eugene had been communicating with. The majority of...

    Yes, I'm still reading this. I have given up on the show, though I'm carrying on with the comic for a bit longer. Though it does feel a bit repetitive now... ...

    On a page by page basis, this is a strong volume in a long-running series. My only reservation is that Walking Dead story cycles are sort of turning into Star Trek episodes with our core group constantly seeking out new life and new civilizations, and when first contact is made we disc...

    Eugene and Michonne's group finally arrives in Ohio to meet the woman Stephanie that Eugene has been communicating by ham radio with. Instead they are met by a large group of soldiers, decked out in Stormtrooper type of gear, and taken to meet Lance who wishes to interrogate the group....

    As many people have noted, Walking Dead is very cyclical. But it's an additive cycle - each time the survivors run into another group, it seems the newcomers are another step up the ladder of civilization. That's very true with this volume, as Michonne and Eugene lead a group to meet S...

    Well, this series continues to be a conondrum for me. There are elements of this arc I really loved (Michonnes reunion, Maggie beginning to move on and the fallout from that), and some moments that seem like we've seen before (ANOTHER outpost of survivors met, only to be potentially al...

    This story arc allows the survivors to meet a new civilization, a large scale civilization run on the idea that whatever class system existed before should be reconstituted with exams allowing people to move up. Instead of another desperate cannibalistic society, this is one advanced b...

  • Ben Brown
    Jun 13, 2018

    Rick and his jolly band come across a new group: the Commonwealth! And so begins the same old story ? can they trust them or is they nutballs? What a boring book! The Commonwealth aren?t that bad a bunch despite having Stormtroopers and a Joffrey-esque shithead second-in-line to...

    Let the allegory of Capitalism vs. Socialism begin! Not a whole lot of zombie action in this volume. Mostly just a lot of introductions that have a strong resemblance to the many other times we have met new people in this series. Getting a bit repetitive, perhaps? At this...

    I enjoyed this volume. There wasn?t a lot of zombie action but quite a bit happened for a few different characters. Kirkman also introduced a few new characters and I?m glad he?s actually fleshing new characters out because in the past, new characters were coming and going and no...

    Well, we meet the new group in Ohio called the Commonwealth. Kirkman seems to be going out of his way to make everyone we meet a huge a-hole. This whole class system thing they've set up is set up really poorly, where they just set you up with what you were in the past. It almost feels...

    The Walking Dead, Vol. 30: 180 issues in, and ?The Walking Dead,? somehow, is still trucking along as strong as ever. With this latest arc, Robert Kirkman introduces an entirely new element into the series - the return, more or less, of a fully functioning, ?modern? civilizatio...

  • Teresa
    Sep 12, 2018

    Rick and his jolly band come across a new group: the Commonwealth! And so begins the same old story ? can they trust them or is they nutballs? What a boring book! The Commonwealth aren?t that bad a bunch despite having Stormtroopers and a Joffrey-esque shithead second-in-line to...

    Let the allegory of Capitalism vs. Socialism begin! Not a whole lot of zombie action in this volume. Mostly just a lot of introductions that have a strong resemblance to the many other times we have met new people in this series. Getting a bit repetitive, perhaps? At this...

    I enjoyed this volume. There wasn?t a lot of zombie action but quite a bit happened for a few different characters. Kirkman also introduced a few new characters and I?m glad he?s actually fleshing new characters out because in the past, new characters were coming and going and no...

    Well, we meet the new group in Ohio called the Commonwealth. Kirkman seems to be going out of his way to make everyone we meet a huge a-hole. This whole class system thing they've set up is set up really poorly, where they just set you up with what you were in the past. It almost feels...

    The Walking Dead, Vol. 30: 180 issues in, and ?The Walking Dead,? somehow, is still trucking along as strong as ever. With this latest arc, Robert Kirkman introduces an entirely new element into the series - the return, more or less, of a fully functioning, ?modern? civilizatio...

    A whole new world is opening up and this issue we see a group travel to Ohio which is the biggest distance anyone has traveled to in this world this far. Plot: Robert Kirkman has once again expanded on this world and i'm happy that we are now moving into another part of the count...

    The first thing my husband says when he sees this: "Why are there Stormtroopers?" Hah! That was great. But why ARE there Stormtroopers? This volume picks up right where the previous one left off: an encounter with a new community that Eugene had been communicating with. The majority of...

  • Jakub Kvíz
    Jun 30, 2018

    Rick and his jolly band come across a new group: the Commonwealth! And so begins the same old story ? can they trust them or is they nutballs? What a boring book! The Commonwealth aren?t that bad a bunch despite having Stormtroopers and a Joffrey-esque shithead second-in-line to...

    Let the allegory of Capitalism vs. Socialism begin! Not a whole lot of zombie action in this volume. Mostly just a lot of introductions that have a strong resemblance to the many other times we have met new people in this series. Getting a bit repetitive, perhaps? At this...

    I enjoyed this volume. There wasn?t a lot of zombie action but quite a bit happened for a few different characters. Kirkman also introduced a few new characters and I?m glad he?s actually fleshing new characters out because in the past, new characters were coming and going and no...

    Well, we meet the new group in Ohio called the Commonwealth. Kirkman seems to be going out of his way to make everyone we meet a huge a-hole. This whole class system thing they've set up is set up really poorly, where they just set you up with what you were in the past. It almost feels...

    The Walking Dead, Vol. 30: 180 issues in, and ?The Walking Dead,? somehow, is still trucking along as strong as ever. With this latest arc, Robert Kirkman introduces an entirely new element into the series - the return, more or less, of a fully functioning, ?modern? civilizatio...

    A whole new world is opening up and this issue we see a group travel to Ohio which is the biggest distance anyone has traveled to in this world this far. Plot: Robert Kirkman has once again expanded on this world and i'm happy that we are now moving into another part of the count...

    The first thing my husband says when he sees this: "Why are there Stormtroopers?" Hah! That was great. But why ARE there Stormtroopers? This volume picks up right where the previous one left off: an encounter with a new community that Eugene had been communicating with. The majority of...

    Yes, I'm still reading this. I have given up on the show, though I'm carrying on with the comic for a bit longer. Though it does feel a bit repetitive now... ...

    On a page by page basis, this is a strong volume in a long-running series. My only reservation is that Walking Dead story cycles are sort of turning into Star Trek episodes with our core group constantly seeking out new life and new civilizations, and when first contact is made we disc...

    Eugene and Michonne's group finally arrives in Ohio to meet the woman Stephanie that Eugene has been communicating by ham radio with. Instead they are met by a large group of soldiers, decked out in Stormtrooper type of gear, and taken to meet Lance who wishes to interrogate the group....

    As many people have noted, Walking Dead is very cyclical. But it's an additive cycle - each time the survivors run into another group, it seems the newcomers are another step up the ladder of civilization. That's very true with this volume, as Michonne and Eugene lead a group to meet S...

    Well, this series continues to be a conondrum for me. There are elements of this arc I really loved (Michonnes reunion, Maggie beginning to move on and the fallout from that), and some moments that seem like we've seen before (ANOTHER outpost of survivors met, only to be potentially al...

    This story arc allows the survivors to meet a new civilization, a large scale civilization run on the idea that whatever class system existed before should be reconstituted with exams allowing people to move up. Instead of another desperate cannibalistic society, this is one advanced b...

    Not quite up to the same level as some of the previous, recent volumes, but still this promises a nice, new direction for the series. I really appreciate that we've gotten to the point where the focus is more on the rebuilding of civilization than it is on fighting/killing zombies and ...

    3.5 So the new villains have arrived and it has a very meh moment. I am starting to debate if I should continue this series, if the arc fails to deliver it might be bye bye. The long running series is looping storylines and I must admit the ambigious reason for the plague should be ...

    New groups, new possibilities, and new potentials for trouble.... to be continued ...

    Not much takes place in this volume in terms of action. It mostly acts as a pivot and beginning into a new arc that?s looking to be interesting. One thing I think the comics do better than the show (which has lost the plot for the third year in a row) is that they are constantly e...

    It's amazing to me how a zombie comic with very little action can still be so compelling. This volume is short on the fighting but very deep on the human interaction. Rick's group has found a group that truly seems to be recreating society, but as is always the case there are still pro...

    Really interesting story arc! I shocker with michonne ...

    Still one of the best ongoing stories on the market. ...

    An entire book to meet new folks, get odd feelings about them, and kill nobody. Spinning its wheels. Plus a highly improbably occurrence which even the characters call highly improbable. ...

    3.5 stars -- Looking at the cover, I thought for a moment this was the first Walking Dead/Star Wars crossover. But seriously. This installment was decent, but if you're looking for lots of zombie action, look elsewhere. The zombies were essentially an afterthought in issue 30. Ther...

    3.5 stars I don?t know. I?m not sure how much longer this can go on. I liked Michonne?s surprise and how the panels were done for her story. Princess is amusing. The new group is making me nervous, like new groups always do, and I wonder if the inevitable conflict is going to ...

    Volume 30 picks up where Volume 29 left off. An expedition from Alexandria et al. discovers a new community?the largest one The Walking Dead has ever seen. It looks to be fascinating, allows for one big reunion(!), and sets up potentially a lot of story. The slow moments and the emot...

    ORIGINALLY POSTED: https://bibliomantics.com/2018/07/21/... Get ready for tearful reunions and a brand-new community with questionable motives. Yes, another one. The latest collection in the Walking Dead series is not terrible, but it?s not terribly exciting either as things are s...

    This is the only on going comic I keep following I just wish Rick would die, it?s about time... Enjoy ...

    Kirkman, if you let Rick grimes start another f***ing war I will burn my walking dead collection and never look back. ...

    You know what I really liked about New World Order? It's kinda boring. Except for one huge (and happy) surprise, it's pretty much entirely a discussion of the preferred economic system between Rick's camp and the newfound metropolis, the Commonwealth. Seriously! The main conflict here ...

    I do not like the look of The Commonwealth at all, but they're definitely the type of organization that could only exist 170+ issues into a series like this. The Michonne developments are nice, but I'm just waiting for the other shoe to drop. The fact that people can still be so concei...

    Cast Rickovy party se setkava s novou komunitou, ktera je vetsi, lepsi, vyspelejsi a krasnejsi... Netrva to dlouho a ctenarovi je naznaceno, ze se mozna pod krasnou slupkou schovava shnily jadro. V zaveru se setkaji vudci obou komunit a zacina bejt jasny, ze maji odlisny nazor na to...