The Walking Dead, Vol. 30: New World Order

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

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

Title:The Walking Dead, Vol. 30: New World Order
Edition Language:English

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  • Sam Quixote

    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...

  • Matthew

    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 me...

  • Sarah

    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 fleshi...

  • Ben Brown

    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 t...

  • Teresa

    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 e...

  • Anthony

    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......

  • Nancy

    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 S...

  • Shadowdenizen

    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 se...

  • Dave

    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 ...

  • Rod Brown

    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 constan...