The Walking Dead, Vol. 10 by Robert Kirkman

The Walking Dead, Vol. 10

Collects issues #55-60. Out on their own, danger lurking around every corner, our ragged band of survivors tries to live long enough to reach Washington D.C... but at what cost?

Details The Walking Dead, Vol. 10

TitleThe Walking Dead, Vol. 10
Release DateAug 12th, 2009
PublisherImage Comics
GenreSequential Art, Graphic Novels, Comics, Horror, Zombies, Fiction, Graphic Novels Comics, Apocalyptic, Post Apocalyptic

Reviews The Walking Dead, Vol. 10

  • Alejandro
    On the move, facing dangers! This is the eleventh volume of The Walking Dead, collecting the comic book issue from #103 to #108.My general rating is an average result of the sum of the ratings of each chapter in the collected edition.Creative Team:Writer: Robert KirkmanIllustrators: Charlie AdlardAdditional gray tones to inking: Cliff Rathburn Chapter Ten WHAT WE BECOME You’re some brilliant scientist – working for the government – and you...
  • Sean Barrs the Bookdragon
    This was all very introspective, Rick and Abraham spilling the beans to each other and realising just how similar they are. In order to survive they’ve both become monsters; they know it too, and they’re at war with themselves. They know what they’ve become and they hate the necessity of it. It’s a simple case of kill or be killed. This famous line seems more appropriate than ever: Rick also turned a new corner.We all know that he is brut...
  • Ken
    Another great entry in the series, just like the previous volume with a slower pace and Rick still effected by the events at the prison.The series still continues to surprise me, I was shocked by Maggie’s actions.This leads to a confrontation between Rick and Abraham, the tension between them two was so gripping and I liked how it was resolved.Yet again their some truly gruesome images and it’s not just the zombies, there’s a particular att...
  • Fables&Wren
    WrensReads Review:So some interesting things happened in this volume.First, you see that Rick and Abraham are either going to absolutely hate each other and probably kill each other, or they are going to both go mad holding hands and be best friends. Hot and cold with these two. Their personalities are both dominating ones, so they aren't getting along all that well. You also get to learn a little more about Abraham's past and why he is the way h...
  • Sam Quixote
    Ah well, it had to happen – after the excitement of the Governor storyline and the new direction of the series in the last book, Volume 10 of The Walking Dead sees the plot slowing down, almost as if they’re taking stock of everything that’s happened, and it’s a bit of a snoozer. It also weirdly feels like a throwback volume to the kind we got pre-Governor, ie. the bad old days.Rick and the handful of survivors from the original group, in...
  • Becky
    Yikers. New people are always unpredictable, and I totally understand being wary, but this volume definitely shows how those you think you know can be just as unpredictable and terrifying. The scene with the cat... yeah. It's just half a page and only a handful of words... but that's such a powerful image illustrating how depraved the situation has made people become. Hence the volume title, right?I loved Rick in this volume. He grows back a bit ...
  • Sarah
    Awesome volume. It's insane to think that these comics have a crazy high standard and they keep that standard up with every volume. It's such a good comic. It's not just about zombies and killing them. It's really about the people. The psychological effects of living in a zombie apocalypse, losing everyone and everything you love, trying to survive and the things you have to do in order to survive. I just love the psychology, morality and philoso...
  • Gabby
    A lot of people seem to no like this volume as much, but I would have to strongly disagree. This is one of my favorites so far. This is a strong character development volume and I really enjoyed it. We got to learn a lot more about Abraham and his back story with how his family died, and him and Rick have an important discussion about what it means to survive and what's right and wrong when it comes to killing people. I love how this started with...
  • Crystal Starr Light
    Bullet Review:Add to the pile of disturbing imagery and plot lines "attempted child rape" and "death by drill bits". Abraham is, by far, the most likeable character (though, please, that Sally Sob Story is just over-the-top); Rick a raging hypocrite. I feel like points of this were pointless, such as the trek for weapons (but they lost the truck) and an annoying character's attempted suicide (but don't worry, it only takes 2.5 seconds of offscree...
  • Nicole Alycia
    I thought this one was super slow and Dale is really starting to get on my nerves.
  • Ayman Gomaa
    What we become after every accident or event happened in our life !! we all change some strong enough to stay the same and some just can't :(World like these changes everyone , that's what i love about the walking dead and Robert Kirkman amazing author really , it not about just zombies and surviving , everyone turns and everyone has his story and what he\she already lost :( very good volume
  • Mindy
    Holy Herd Batman!!Well, not Batman really, but you get the point. Actually, Rick and the gang encounter a herd for the first time and it was quite spectacular. Lots of good stuff in this one. Rick is the ultimate badass and Dale is just bad. On to Vol. 11.
  • ☣Lynn☣
    This is my least favorite out of the series so far. Not a big fan of the new group of survivors and I hated how slow pace this story has become. Rick is fucking crazy as hell and the only people I tolerate are Glenn, Maggie, Michonne,and Andrea at times. Hopefully this picks up again because I miss how awesome these books were....
  • Drew The Reviewer
    Those last thirty pages were great! I'm glad that we are seeing new things from the zombies. The whole thing with the horde of walkers chasing Rick was something that this series has needed for a few volumes. Can't wait to read the next installment.
  • Sooraya Evans
    On the way to DC, we follow the adventures of Rick's crew on the road.A lot of talk. Not much action.Tension builds up between Rick and Abraham. But a short mission involving the two managed to patch things. Oh, and Maggie decides to check out early.
  • Lesincele Viaja gracias a los libros
    Otro volumen más de transición pero muy entretenido ya que nos presentan a un nuevo personaje y las dudas que les van entrando a muchos personajes por seguir siempre a Rick aunque las cosas no tengan buenas consecuencias.
  • Lauren
    This one had a lot of action. At certain points I was at the edge of my seat. It also a lot of character development just like the ladr. I can't wait to see what happens to the group next.
  • Patrick
    Gathering supplies. First Herd. Morgan is back.
  • Kaisersoze
    Decent continuation of the series that spends time building some of the support characters - Abraham especially - at the expense of further action scenes. The first look at a large horde and the reintroduction of an old familiar face all worked well, but it was the apparent death of a long-time early in this volume and then the events that transpired in the last issue that really surprised (though the former issue was somewhat lame in how it was ...
  • Mike
    Abraham is a far more interesting character than pretty much everyone else combined. Next to him, Rick looks almost like a caricature.These later volumes, there's more and more moments that happen off-camera than there used to be. I still can't believe how unnaturally flat some of the dialogue is, but I swear Kirkman's actually learning something about plotting.Interesting philosophical considerations that reflect back on what has transpired for ...
  • Artemy
    Another good one. More action-packed than the previous volume, with some nice scenes of bonding between Rick, Carl and Abraham (I start to like that guy, but maybe that's a mistake — you never know with this series).
  • Anna
    efforts to survive still going on and on
  • Aron
    Kirkman is a great writer, and he really shines in this installment. We get some really interesting new characters, one of which is a scientist who claims to be on a mission to Washington DC. He also claims to know exactly what has caused the dead to rise & may even know how to solve the catastrophic problem. Oh man, I'm lovin this series!
  • Brent
    Some great scenes in this installment; well crafted.
  • Tanya
    I missed Abraham, and still dislike Maggie. I see what's coming with the twins.
  • Eduan Slabbert
    Another good installment, with another iconic scene.Rick's tired of everyone's crap, and Carl starts to become more himself.Good stuff.
  • Neo Marshkga
    NOW WE ARE TALKING!!!After a slow volume, we get to this beautiful thing.The Group is bigger now, and they have a plan, or at least for now, getting to SDC. In order to do so, they go near Rick's old place, so he decides to go there, with Carl and Abraham.In their way there they are attacked by some sick fuckers, who try to rape Carl, Rick loses his mind and slaughters them with Abraham's help, after a gruesome night, they share their stories, in...
  • C
    After really being drawn into the series in the last few volumes, this one took me right back to "Ehhh, it's o.k." world. Nothing out of the ordinary happens in this volume and nothing is presented in a way that really rises above. The plot in this one is thin - presumably giving us some time for character development. The problem is, the character development in this one seems rather dull and unrealistic. There is one particularly good sequence,...
  • Nayeomi
    Oh hello again, Morgan. And how many levels of fucked up crazy ass are you at this stage, huh?I am actually kinda scared of Morgan now, for reals. He's a lot scarier in the comics than in the show. And honestly, i dunno where his character (comics) is going at this point. That ending could be a very vital piece for future encounters, or generally Morgan's decision making. Can't wait!(view spoiler)[ Oh, and i dunno how far back Rick's right hand h...
  • Melissa
    This is much better than the last book, worth waiting for. The artwork even seems better. There's still too much Rick action, but at least characters have begun to question: why are we following this guy? There is an interesting tangent of how exactly the children are being affected by the way they live; Carl wants to help his father kill someone, one of the twins (do they have names?) mutilates cats for a good time, but it isn't explored too muc...