The Walking Dead, Vol. 29: Lines We Cross

The Walking Dead, Vol. 29: Lines We Cross

Recent events have thrown Alexandria into turmoil, and now Rick, Dwight, Eugene and Negan all have something to prove.Collects THE WALKING DEAD #169-174....

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Title:The Walking Dead, Vol. 29: Lines We Cross
Author:Robert Kirkman
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The Walking Dead, Vol. 29: Lines We Cross Reviews

  • Paul E. Morph

    I absolutely loved this volume of TWD. There was action in abundance, heaps of horror, a wealth of woes (poor Rick) and I

    felt sorry for that son of a bitch Negan in the final issue collected here.

    I can't wait to see what's coming next, particularly with Eugene's party...

  • Sarah

    I feel like a great volume of TWD needs action, character & story development, drama, conflict, suspenseful moments and great artwork. This volume packed in so much of the good stuff, I loved it. Every time I feel like the story might be slowing down or too many characters are dying or that this comic can't surprise me anymore, it proves me wrong. What drives this comic is the characters. Characters who are struggling internally and characters who are struggling in regards to relationships w

    I feel like a great volume of TWD needs action, character & story development, drama, conflict, suspenseful moments and great artwork. This volume packed in so much of the good stuff, I loved it. Every time I feel like the story might be slowing down or too many characters are dying or that this comic can't surprise me anymore, it proves me wrong. What drives this comic is the characters. Characters who are struggling internally and characters who are struggling in regards to relationships with other characters. For a little while there I felt like the new characters weren't really making any impact on me but this volume focused on a few of the newer characters and it even introduced us to a completely new character, who I already love. I'm excited to see what happens next because there was a little bit of a cliffhanger of sorts.

    I'm not sure if the artwork changed slightly but it looks cleaner and clearer, or something. Regardless, I feel like it has never looked better. The covers were also really stunning.

    TWD has ups and downs but it's on Vol. 29 now and it shows no signs of slowing down or stopping. I don't think I've rated a volume below 3 stars though and that's pretty impressive. This comic series is amazing and I would just 100% recommend it to everyone.

  • Matthew

    This has been one of my favorite Walking Dead volumes in a while. A few recent volumes felt like not too much happened. This one was packed with multiple story lines, new characters, big changes for old characters, and cliffhangers galore.

    I am excited to see where the story is going to go next. I had been thinking that it was moving toward conclusion, but now there are so many possibilities, I cannot imagine it ending any time soon.

    What was interesting about this volume is how it feels like a ve

    This has been one of my favorite Walking Dead volumes in a while. A few recent volumes felt like not too much happened. This one was packed with multiple story lines, new characters, big changes for old characters, and cliffhangers galore.

    I am excited to see where the story is going to go next. I had been thinking that it was moving toward conclusion, but now there are so many possibilities, I cannot imagine it ending any time soon.

    What was interesting about this volume is how it feels like a very strong allegory for our current society. Of course the whole story has been a reflection of society and the extremes it will go to when put under pressure, but this issue took it to the next level with stories of leadership, grieving, trust, forgiveness, race, relationships, sexual orientation, and mental instability. It was delivered and integrated well - it did not feel too preachy or overdone.

    If you are still in the early volumes or have had thoughts if checking it out, know that it is still going strong 29 volumes in.

  • Ben Brown

    Coming hot off the heels of back-to-back nonstop rides that were Volumes 27 (“Whisperer War”) and 28 (“A Certain Doom”), we were about due for a slower “The Walking Dead” arc, which is exactly what Kirkman and artist Charlie Adlard give us with Volume 29. Thankfully, unlike other gradually-paced arcs that the series has given us, Volume 29 never feels like it’s purposefully dragging its feet narratively or prolonging “big” events just for the sake of stretching things out. Instead, the slower pa

    Coming hot off the heels of back-to-back nonstop rides that were Volumes 27 (“Whisperer War”) and 28 (“A Certain Doom”), we were about due for a slower “The Walking Dead” arc, which is exactly what Kirkman and artist Charlie Adlard give us with Volume 29. Thankfully, unlike other gradually-paced arcs that the series has given us, Volume 29 never feels like it’s purposefully dragging its feet narratively or prolonging “big” events just for the sake of stretching things out. Instead, the slower pace of these six issues feels like a welcome and necessary respite from the chaotic proceedings of the last 12. Throw in the fact that Adlard’s stuff has seriously never looked better, and “The Walking Dead” is shuffling along just as strong as ever.

  • Antonio

    I've been some months without reading TWD comics. I must say I had thought I haven't missed much. However, the world of our characters did get a lot bigger.

    In this volume, we have an interesting new character who called herself The Princess. Finally someone who still got some sense of humor. I know it is the apocalypse and stuff, but come on, guys, we could use some more laughing in these dark days.

    Furthermore, Robert Kirkman presents us with some deep psychological closures of some untied knot

    I've been some months without reading TWD comics. I must say I had thought I haven't missed much. However, the world of our characters did get a lot bigger.

    In this volume, we have an interesting new character who called herself The Princess. Finally someone who still got some sense of humor. I know it is the apocalypse and stuff, but come on, guys, we could use some more laughing in these dark days.

    Furthermore, Robert Kirkman presents us with some deep psychological closures of some untied knots of the story. People moving on, people choosing not to move on, some still holding on vengeance, others finding hope when there was not a single drop of it left.

    Life sometimes surprises us in a good way, just like this last volume. Great work, Kirkman!

  • Gianfranco Mancini

    The usual transition volume after the action-packed previous volumes of the

    story-arc just come as scheduled, as slow as expected, with lots of characters development and new ones conveniently appearing to fill holes left by dead ones.

    The usual transition volume after the action-packed previous volumes of the

    story-arc just come as scheduled, as slow as expected, with lots of characters development and new ones conveniently appearing to fill holes left by dead ones.

    TWD tv series jumped the shark and went downfall so low that I've skipped watching last season, luckly the original comic book series is still good, solid, alive and healthy after 15 years and 29 volumes.

    3-3,5 stars rounded up to 4

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  • Chad

    A slower, transition volume after the action packed last couple of trades. Has some interesting moments but I find Rick the least interesting character in this book. He's going a little nuts like he did after Laurie died. The Pittsburgh issue was interesting although I wasn't sure it was Pittsburgh until the end of the issue when it's finally mentioned. The issue with Negan and Maggie was good as well. But this book suffers through its highs and lows as Kirkman hasn't really figured out how to m

    A slower, transition volume after the action packed last couple of trades. Has some interesting moments but I find Rick the least interesting character in this book. He's going a little nuts like he did after Laurie died. The Pittsburgh issue was interesting although I wasn't sure it was Pittsburgh until the end of the issue when it's finally mentioned. The issue with Negan and Maggie was good as well. But this book suffers through its highs and lows as Kirkman hasn't really figured out how to make the lulls that interesting.

  • Vladimir Ćeha

    Zašto i dalje čitam TWD? Možda zato što sam pročitao sve brojeve do sada (ima ih 174!), od kojih su neki ostavili snažan utisak, pre svega zbog svojih opisa čovekove prirode. Na šta smo sve spremni kada nas zombi (ili češće neki drugi čovek) satera u ćošak? Pojedini odgovori su bili itekako brutalni, ali ovom stripu se već odavno istupila oštrica, baš kao i seriji. Mislim, uspeli su i Negana, motherfucking Negana da obesmisle. Preko toga ne mogu da pređem.

  • Sam Quixote

    Ah, the reliable roller-coaster of quality that is The Walking Dead! After the spectacular rush of Volume 28 comes the expected long, tedious build-up to the next bit of excitement with table-setting being the order of the day in Volume 29: Lines We Cross.

    Seriously: barely anything happens. Characters rebuild their homes, some grouse at others, they sob, they stick a few zombies, and that’s it for a good 75-80% of the book. Here’s the wafer-thin story we do get: Rick sends out a group led by Mi

    Ah, the reliable roller-coaster of quality that is The Walking Dead! After the spectacular rush of Volume 28 comes the expected long, tedious build-up to the next bit of excitement with table-setting being the order of the day in Volume 29: Lines We Cross.

    Seriously: barely anything happens. Characters rebuild their homes, some grouse at others, they sob, they stick a few zombies, and that’s it for a good 75-80% of the book. Here’s the wafer-thin story we do get: Rick sends out a group led by Michonne to track down Eugene’s ham radio bud, the mysterious Stephanie, who is supposedly part of a larger community like Rick and co.’s.

    Nothing happens there except they meet a new character, Princess (the girl on the cover), a chatty spear-chucking Latina, conveniently introduced after the loss of a major older character in the last volume to shore up the numbers. I guess she’s kinda different but hasn’t really had a chance to do much of anything yet.

    There were a couple of unintentionally funny moments as Jesus and his beau dealt with the remnants of the Whisperers and that weirdo, Beta, pops up from the dead to yell something retarded. And Rick’s now taken to sleeping in the graveyard... ?! That’s just so absurdly emo that it tickled me.

    Negan and Maggie’s showdown at the end was interesting and I look forward to seeing how Michonne and co.’s mission plays out but, crikey, Volume 29: Lines We Cross was otherwise SUCH a boring and tedious read!

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