The Walking Dead, Volume 19: March to War by Robert Kirkman, Charlie Adlard, and Cliff Rathburn (2013) is another one of those water-treading volumes that connects two big sections of plot but doesn't do a whole lot else. Rick continues to be Ricky, Carl continues to be Carly, and Negan continues to be his verbosely evil Negany self.
Just as the title promises, the gangs here (both good and evil) are finally stopping their pretend dance of getting along with one another and ratcheting up the conflict to an all-out war. Alliances are secured, double-crossing is rampant, and there is a little taste of violence (including some tiger utilization) to cap things off. Not bad, not great, but (I'm assuming) necessary to get us to the not-yet-released twentieth volume.