Review: The Walking Dead, Vol. 12: Life Among Them

The Walking Dead, Vol. 12: Life Among Them
The Walking Dead, Vol. 12: Life Among Them by Robert Kirkman
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

A gender bender of an issue.

Rick’s group finally makes it to Alexandria! By way of Aaron. After the fall of Eugene.

Honestly, I liked the television version of their meeting more. It was stressful and weird, I mean, who keeps leaving all this water in the middle of the road. And are they being watched, trapped, hunted? It was freaky.

Here it was a little too straightforward for me in these times. I was THRILLED to see that Aaron has always been gay, from comic to show. That is wasn’t a big deal to anyone. Sadly it takes a Zombpocalypse to make a love between people not matter…

but I digress.

The gender bending game in with the leader of Alexandria in the comic as opposed to the show. Douglas instead of Deanna. Regina instead of Reginald. (I believe that was Deanna’s husband’s name). Sort of unsual to see Gabriel being Garbiel but talking to Douglas instead of Deanna.

It seems life as they knew it–before the event of walkers–has returned.


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