The Walking Dead Volume 16 Review
“A Larger World”
Rick’s focus has changed. Carl’s incessant brushes with death have Rick searching for more than just survival, he wants to live. At the end of “We Find Ourselves” Rick and Andrea finally break the sexual tension that’s been buzzing around them like flies at a picnic. It was a moment that I wanted and was afraid would never happen. So how is this going to affect the group, or better yet, how does it affect the community that has put their complete faith in Rick? Rick has more on his plate than ever before, and it’s about to be overflowing with the arrival of the one calling himself, Jesus. Well, he doesn’t exactly call himself Jesus, it’s just the name given to him by his “colony”. A colony that is branching out to other communities in hopes of trading goods and services. Rick, being the cautious man he is, of course takes Jesus prisoner. It’s starting to become a thing. What does Rick’s community have worth trading? Is Jesus’ proposition of trade the “real deal”? Where does Andrea fit into Rick’s life? You’ll just have to read “A Larger World” to find out.