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  • Gebundene Ausgabe: 304 Seiten
  • Verlag: Image Comics (11. Mai 2010)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1607061716
  • ISBN-13: 978-1607061717
  • Vom Hersteller empfohlenes Alter: 16 - 18 Jahre
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 1,9 x 18,4 x 27,9 cm
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1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Shooter am 14. Juni 2010
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This is not only one of the best Zombie comics, its also one of the best comics in general. Kirkman writes creepy, gory, suspenseful and most importantly very emotional and psychological storylines about his band of survivors amongst a Zombie apocalypse.
Where most of the Zombie flikcs of the recent past fall flat on their ugly faces, including the ones of Romero himself, The Walking Dead keeps the Zombie genre alive - no wonder this one got picked up as a tv series, written and directed by Frank Darabont for AMC; if anything was meant to be turned into a great show it's The Walking Dead. I hope Robert Kirkman keeps this one going as long as possible. It's an absolut masterpiece, of course also thanks to the beautiful b/w art by Charlie Adlard.
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Ohne viel vom Inhalt zu spoilern, kann ich nur sagen, ein Muss um die Story (Book 1-4) weiterzuverfolgen. Es kommen mal wieder einige Twists und Inhalte die einen wortwörtlich umhauen ;-) Ein Graphic Novel, dass sowohl geschrieben als auch optisch Süchtig macht.

Der nackte Kampf ums Überleben in einer Welt in der Zombies die Norm und der Mensch die Abnormalität darstellt. Es ist fiktional, emotional, spannend und doch so genuin.
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After the massacre... 13. Mai 2010
Von N. Durham - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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If you've been keeping up with The Walking Dead up until the point where this fifth collected hardcover edition picks up, then you've probably been wondering just what Robert Kirkman has up his sleeve now. In the wake of the massacre at their prison-based safe haven, Rick and his young son Carl continue their trek through the zombie-populated world, only to have Rick fall ill and Carl fend for himself for a time. After that, we are introduced to some new faces, re-introduced to some old ones, reunions are had, and that sense of dread that hangs over every panel and page continues to permeate more and more the longer the series goes on for. If there's any indication from the events that take place in the two storyarcs collected here, "Here We Remain" and "What We Become", it only re-affirms the fact that the worst thing to come out of the zombie apocalypse is not that the dead are returning to life and feasting on the living, but the mental effect that it is having on the survivors and denziens of this new wasteland, which has been Kirkman's intention since the beginning. Charlie Adlard continues to deliver the goods in terms of his pencil work, while Cliff Rathburn's underrated work on the gray tones of Adlard's pencils and inks adds subtle degrees of equal parts emotion and horror that has helped make The Walking Dead so good for so long now. All in all, if you've missed out on the series since its inception, it is way past time to check out The Walking Dead, and this fifth collected hardcover is proof positive of that.
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4.5 stars - Worth the wait 24. Mai 2010
Von Justin G. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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After the events at the end of The Walking Dead, Book 4 it was sure hard waiting a year and a half for the fifth hardcover collection of Robert Kirkman's ongoing zombie saga The Walking Dead. Everything Rick and his band of survivors had worked so hard for was gone, as was half of the supporting cast. Could things possibly get worse?

This collection starts with Rick and his son Carl on their own and needing a place to regroup. Rick gets sick so the focus of the story shifts to Carl, who has so much more on his shoulders than any kid ought to. I swear, in the "normal world" that kid would need decades of therapy. Eventually the remaining survivors regroup and encounter another band of survivors with their own baggage and agendas. It's good to have some new faces after so long, and it's also good that the action in this volume is less outlandish than the whole Governor story. Don't get me wrong, that was a good one, but it just seemed a little over the top. Anyway, Kirkman puts the ship back on course here and I'm really looking forward to seeing where he takes it.

The art is solid as usual. I still don't love Charlie Adlard's style, but I love the way it is inked and "colored" (it's all shades of grey). I still wish Tony Moore would come back for an arc or two though.

The Walking Dead Book 5 was absolutely worth the wait. Robert Kirkman has created a zombie epic to rival nearly any other zombie book or film, and the best part is that it never has to end. If you're already a Walking Dead fan, you don't need me to tell you to grab this collection. If you're new to the series, go grab The Walking Dead, Book 1 (Bk. 1) right away, and welcome to the apocalypse.
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Regrouping And Rebuilding--A Zombie Epic Slows Down 25. August 2010
Von K. Harris - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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When I heard that AMC was going to produce a television series based on the zombie epic "The Walking Dead," I was both concerned and delighted. A bona fide classic in undead lore, "The Walking Dead" graphic novels are brutal and surprising--not really what I would picture for a basic cable TV show (the first season is slated for 6 episodes, we'll see if it goes beyond that). But AMC has produced terrific and prestigious shows like "Mad Men" and "Breaking Bad," so I'm pretty stoked to see what they do with this. Add Frank Darabont of "Shawshank Redemption" fame as the creative force behind the show, and we just might have a winner! In anticipation, I've gone back through the volumes of "The Walking Dead" to discover again the many pleasures that this series has to offer. This book contains the following two chapters.

"Chapter Nine: Here We Remain" deals with the aftermath of the fateful prison massacre. It is a decidedly more subdued event as Rick and Carl regroup. There are some genuinely creepy moments as Rick adjusts to his personal losses. But more than anything, he seems to have lost his identity. Rediscovering some of the other survivors, Rick no longer wants to hold a position of authority--he can't deal with the responsibility any longer. A major highlight of this episode involves Rick and Michonne's growing closeness as we finally crack some of her mysterious allure. A necessary chapter of respite, but when new characters show up at the end--I'm not really crazy about the new direction. Spinning a rather ridiculous tall tale about traveling to Washington DC, the new group containing a self-proclaimed "scientist," easily enlist the crew to go with them. A little far fetched considering the circumstances. One of my least favorite for this reason.

"Chapter Ten: What We Become" chronicles the caravan on the initial stages of the journey to Washington DC. While I'm not crazy about the new characters leading this expedition, Abraham does provide an alpha male challenge to Rick. Highlights of this chapter include an eerie dream sequence, a moment of weakness for Maggie, and an act of brutality that bind Rick, Carl and Abraham in a discussion about the animalistic nature of this new world. But perhaps the scariest thing in the series thus far is the "herd" of zombies that is introduced proving, once again, that the calm is always followed by the storm in "The Walking Dead." The sequence leaves our heroes on the run once more. Good, but not great--since the loss at the prison, the group still has some rebounding to do.
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Great quality, happy I purchased these 4. Januar 2015
Von Nicholas G. Frerman - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Great quality, happy I purchased these.

I started reading the Walking Dead very late. I had watched a few seasons of the show on AMC and decided to pick the books up. These are great 12 book compendiums. I pulled through each book quickly to catch up on the series and have now moved to reading these on my iPad when each issue is released.

The stories are quite well written and the art is fantastic.

Don't expect the same story line of the show and be willing to put aside reality a bit more as well.
Not quite halfway? 23. Februar 2015
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For fans, the episode wherein, after the prison has been lost, Rick and son try to survive on their own -- and Abraham and company is first introduced. The 1st half of the book is best: mostly Rick and son on their own after the prison was lost. Only a little bit different from the TV series, as far as plot goes. In this one, Rick was shot in the stomach at the prison, not beaten to a pulp by the Governor. But the end result is the same: he and Carl end up in an unnamed house in an unnamed suburb, while Carl finally learns to survive on his own.

Michonne rejoins the cast, and then the whole gang (or what's left of it) get back together around Abraham's important mission: to bring Eugene to Washington, and thus "save the world."

But again, the beginning of this book is more gripping than the remainder: the prison has been lost, Lori and daughter killed, the rest either scattered or dead, and Rick and Carl alone. The writing is good, and the art much improved, probably best in the series to date. Obviously, the tricks that played to the comic audience don't work in this format, but still, when a groggy Rick reaches for Carl, we don't know for sure that he is not a Walker: after all, if they could change the rest, why not this?

I think this volume is also notable for the dialogue, which (especially when Abraham and his people are talking) is better than the AMC version. More realistic. And this Abraham is much more the physically dominant type, the alpha male leader, which creates a better dynamic than the character we know from the show, who is like an inept, or wannabe soldier.

Andrea (long since dead in the TV version) continues to play a big role, and we like it. She's gorgeous in the artwork, and heroic when it comes time to tell the story. The writers could have taken the easy way with her romance with Dale, but instead continue to push the button here. Nice.

It was also nice to revisit the farm, and to have the characters (Maggie and Glen) ride horses, which they don't get to do in the AMC version.

It short, maybe one of the best of the series so far, certainly one of the more enjoyable. There is more drama here, and more suspense -- and, now that the group is back without the protection of walls, more tension. All good. The book itself, as usual, good. The binding great.
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