The group sees a helicopter crash and Glenn, Rick and Michonne go out to investigate it and run into Woodsbury people… oh, and Carol ask Lori a really really ridiculous question that I had to read again to make sure that really just happened.
Well, one thing is for sure: The Governor is even crazier and grosser in the graphic novels than in the TV show.
Seriously this series is not for the light hearted. Especially this volume. This is a graphic, GRAPHIC novel for adults, and adults with strongish stomachs. The Governor has his way with Michonne and it was something that I lightly skimmed over to proceed to the next part of the story.
I mean, in an apocalypse of any kind, that kind of thing would happen. BUT I am happy that they didn’t draw it out or anything. But the words said were enough for me to not want to read it. That isn’t something I want glorified in the slightest!
Remember how I complained about how poorly written the girl’s were in the last book? They got a little, tiny bit better; but they still need a lot of work. We aren’t helpless! Andrea is the only one that actually has a backbone and is helpful. Carol has lost her sense of everything reasonable, and Lori just… complains as usual.
BUT I AM EXCITED WE FINALLY GET TO SEE WOODBURY!
I needed to see some human conflict outside of the group.
I am holding out hope the girls get better and that The Governor meets his end sooner than later!