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The Walking Dead #40 door Robert Kirkman
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The Walking Dead #40 (editie 2007)

door Robert Kirkman (Auteur), Charlie Adlard (Illustrator), Cliff Rathburn (Illustrator)

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Titel:The Walking Dead #40
Auteurs:Robert Kirkman (Auteur)
Andere auteurs:Charlie Adlard (Illustrator), Cliff Rathburn (Illustrator)
Info:Image - Skybound (2010), 37 pages
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The Walking Dead [2003] #040 door Robert Kirkman

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I feel bad for Alice having to shoulder the responsibility and cut off Dale's foot, and I also feel bad for Dale having to get his foot cut off so that he could remain alive.

Okay, so Alice didn't have to cut off Dale's foot since Rick did it for her, and for him. I just think that Rick is taking on too much. He already did that for Allen. I think it's gonna catch up to him eventually.

I did however, like the parallel that was made between the happy moments when Judith was born, and then now, when Dale lost his foot. Shows how a person or group of people can be happy one moment, and then scared and upset the next.

I'm glad that Dale didn't die from the bite or the blood loss, when Rick chopped off his foot. I don't blame Andrea for being upset and freaking the hell out. She almost lost Dale.

Hershel needs to get a fucking grip. Every single time Billy says or does something, Hershel flips out and reacts badly, or tells his son off. So he needs to chill the hell out.

Yes, Billy shouldn't have said what he did, but he's just a kid. He doesn't really know better. I'm sure he just thought it was a figure of speech or something like that.

And now with Rick bringing up that no one in their group has died recently, now someone's going to die. I feel like he just jinxed them or something. Can't shake that instant feeling I have.

Dale always makes me laugh with the tons of goofy things he says. "My sore ass thanks you." That had me cracking up as he went from grumpy old man, to cracking a joke.

I laughed my head off when Glenn walked into the showers and picked on Rick, talking about him getting rid of the face fuzz. I love their friendship and hope both of them are around for a long time.

I have a feeling that Glenn was talking about all the sex that he and Maggie have, when Rick asked how married life was treating him. Glenn and Maggie's sex obsession is still hilarious to me.

When Lori and Carol were talking, I got the feeling that things still aren't quite back to normal between the two of them. Sure, it'll take some time to get over the fact that Carol tried to kill herself, AND she propositioned Lori and Rick, but I think they'll get over it eventually.

I laughed like crazy when Andrea teased Tyreese about his shooting. Asking Maggie if she could show Tyreese how she did it. I love when the characters pick on each other. It makes things seem normal for a moment.

I agree with Dale when he was talking to Rick. Rick should've kept having Carl join them for target practice. He needs to learn how to shoot a gun, it would serve him well in the long run.

Dale and Rick's talk at the end of the issue now have me worried. I feel like that's a kind of foreshadowing that the crazy Governor and his people are gonna attack the prison soon.

LOVED this issue and can't wait to read the next one. ( )
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Robert Kirkmanprimaire auteuralle editiesberekend
Adlard, CharlieIllustratorSecundaire auteuralle editiesbevestigd
Rathburn, CliffIllustratorSecundaire auteuralle editiesbevestigd
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