Naturally, things escalate pretty quickly and violently. The only downside to this issue is that it did leave me wishing more than usual, anyway , that the Walking Dead were published in color. Rick Grimes, Sheriff of a small town in Kentucky awakes in a hospital. Issue 183 - The Walking Dead - Page 1 183 - The Walking Dead composed by Robert Kirkman of the Graphic Novels, Action, Mystery, Adventure, Horror, Sci-Fi genres. In the morning, as they are ready to depart, they are met by another soldier assigned as their escort. Suddenly, Jerome arrives to help them fight off the rioters and instructs them to run.
There is some trouble along the way, which serves as an excuse to add some quick zombie action, but nothing too serious. Her daughter, likewise impressed, tells her mother she's full of surprises. Jerome tells them not to worry about the bodies, as the Commonwealth will send someone to clean them up. While the series has offered hints as to the dark underbelly of Commonwealth life, this issue truly begins exploring the gulf between the dream leaders like Pamela sell and the reality for most citizens. After spending quality time with her daughter, Michonne goes out on the dock to cry.
He meets his new neighbor, who points him towards Atlanta. Heading into issue 183 of the series, fans have to be curious what secrets are hiding behind the massive community. Michonne and Elodie take a trip to one of the nearby communities which make up part of The Commonwealth. Lance tells her that the man, , assaulted one of the officers after getting into a shouting match with them, explaining that Anthony's wife was having an affair with an officer. Michonne asks if the man is going to be okay, but Lance informs her that he's in critical condition. A soldier from The Commonwealth named Jerome is accompanying Michonne and Elodie in the previews.
The administrator of this site read-comic. Michonne notices a family unable to afford food, so she gives them the basket instead. After retrieving supplies from the abandoned Police Station, Rick sets off to Atlanta to search for his family. This issue doesn't squander that potential. Thankfully, a recent release of gave some idea as to what direction it will go and the situations could be quite interesting.
Still, Gaudiano's ink washes do their part to add contrast and depth to the art. However, they will encounter a small group of walkers where he will attempt to protect everyone and meet his doom, not realizing Michonne is a killing machine. It picks up the pace from the get-go and never really lets it slow down. Even if it involves more about Sebastian. The Walking Dead 183 Image Comics Writer: Robert Kirkman Artist: Charlie Adlard After spending a couple of issues with Rick at Alexandria, The Walking Dead jumps to the Commonwealth.
She rushes to the scene, only to find the perpetrator being beaten to a pulp by the other officers. When Michonne inquires, she is informed that an officer has been attacked. Right off the bat, Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard make one inspired storytelling choice by electing to focus issue 183 entirely on Michonne. . Rick Grimes finds himself one of the few survivors in this terrifying future. That really would have pushed the vacation scenes to a whole new level.
That allegory is clearly the point, though it's a little more blatant and on the nose than it really needs to be. Recent issues have taken a fairly jumbled approach by constantly bouncing between numerous characters and plot threads. Michonne is worried about the story getting spun badly and escalating. I could nitpick and say that the police brutality plot line might feel a bit out of place, but in the end, it serves the overall plot really well and moves the story in an interesting direction. As Jerome departs, Elodie suggests a hostel they can sleep in, but they are interrupted by , who's reserved a cabin for their arrival. Impressed, Jerome offers to let her lead the rest of the way, but Michonne declines.
True enough, more walkers appear out of the woods and Jerome is quickly swarmed. She also wonders if he and the others are safe since they were away during the war against The Whisperers. The second act is basically an allegory for the cases of police brutality that have become prevalent in the recent years. The cracks are showing in the Commonwealth. A protester throws a trash can into the window of their office, and Michonne tackles Elodie to protect her. Genres: , , , , , , Publisher: Writer: Artist: Publication date: October 2003 Status: Ongoing Views: 18,317,046 Summary: Rick Grimes, Sheriff of a small town in Kentucky awakes in a hospital. But whatever ending The Walking Dead will eventually find, it's not sun-drenched lakes and tender family reunions.