Review: The Walking Dead, Volume 16: A Larger World by Robert Kirkman

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars, Genre: Graphic Novel/ Zombies, Pages: 136, Level: Easy

Description from Goodreads:

Rick discovers that there are communities of survivors nearby, and begins to explore a larger world.

Life continues in the housing community as Rick realizes that he must think bigger and farther into the future. Food is getting scarce and they will run out of ammuniton soon. They will have to come up with alternatives in order to survive.

I can’t accurately explain why I only gave this four stars. There are a couple of surprises in the book, but they don’t seem as big or shocking as in some of the others. This book felt more like it was building up to something big in the next volume, which is fine.

I still enjoyed the book and as always, the artwork is great. The direction Kirman is taking the story is very appealing to me and it will be interesting to see where it goes. Obviously, not everyone is going to make it so that keeps me on the edge of my seat wondering who will be next.

New characters are introduced which is inevitable. We don’t get much about them yet, but hopefully Kirkman continues to develop the characters well.

Reviewed by Christina

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