The Walking Dead: Something to Fear Volume 17 (Paperback)
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Short Description for The Walking Dead: Something to Fear Volume 17 Rick and his band of survivors work to build larger network of thriving communities, and soon discover that Negan's "Saviors" prove to be larger threat than they could have fathomed. Crossing Negan will lead to serious, dire consequences for group; it seems that for first time since Governor's reign of terror that Rick may have Something to Fear.
- Published: 04 December 2012
- Format: Paperback 132 pages
- ISBN 13: 9781607066156 ISBN 10: 1607066157
- Sales rank: 1,512
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Reviews for The Walking Dead: Something to Fear Volume 17
- Top review
The most dramatic and engaging volume for some time.
After months of slow but necessary build up we finally have another killer volume. And killer in the Kirkman sense of the word as the author/ butcher gets busy on his remaining cast.
To present a credible threat to our band of heroes takes something special. After the Governor and everything else they have endured it takes a different kind of menace to cause fear in Rick and the reader too. Kirkman has been driving us mad with trivialities and doldrums and the day to day boredom that much of a zombie aftermath would entail.
Did we make the mistake of believing the rosy glow on the horizon was something good? Time for us readers to get our comeuppance. There are shocks, surprises a wonderful twist and some hard to stomach brutality, the like of which we have not seen in ten volumes.
The art is great and there is nothing that distracts you from the drama unfolding before you. A real master of the craft isn't seen through spectacle and gratuity but through the subtle nuances that affect you without noticing why. Adlard knows his characters and his readers well and a small change of expression or shift in eye-line saves Kirkman a dozen words. This black and white world feels so authentic.
Definitely the most dramatic and engaging volume for some time. Definitely a Thumbs Up! by 365 Graphic Novelsunder review