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The Walking Dead, Book Five by Robert Kirkman
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Apr 10, 2012

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So, when you kill off most of your characters, you have to add more if the narrative is going to move forward in any interesting way. That seems to be what the issues in this volume are all about...rebuilding the group so that the series can continue. This was good for me as a reader because I really like Abraham, who seems the closest thing to a Daryl character so far, and Eugene, who is the first character to really question the zombie phenomenon in any intelligent and interesting way. Rosita and Morgan, though, are pretty dull and appear to be more zombie fodder. Hopefully with some refreshing new characters, the narrative may find some new lines and regain my interest.

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