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Robert Kirkman ist ein New York Times Bestseller-Autor und bekannt als der kulturelle Zeitgeist der Comic-Industrie. Er hat eine Regel in jeder seiner Tätigkeiten: Qualität. Es ist Kirkmans Überzeugung, dass Leute, die gut schreiben und gute Ideen produzieren auch Comics machen können, die die Menschen lieben. Kirkman ist Gründungsmitglied bei Image Comics und auch weiterhin branchenweit dabei mit erfrischenden neuen Charakteren die Branche wieder zu beleben. AMC ist die Anpassung seiner Bestseller-Serie The Walking Dead, in einer TV-Serie (Premiere Oktober 2010) gelungen.

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A Segment Of Horror, A Segment Of Calm--A Human Interlude Provides Danger Too 26. Oktober 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 starting 10/31/10 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. Book Six collects the following two chapters.

"Volume 11: Fear The Hunters" instantly became one of my favorites in the entire series! Just as the story seemed to be tapering down, this episode has Rick getting his mojo back after having been sullen and unsure since the prison riot. One of the most morally ambiguous chapters, we see the toll this new world has had on the camp's children--and it isn't pretty. Andrea and Dale, long in the periphery, step up into leading roles and the group discovers religion when they take in a priest with a shady past. But when our crew is hunted and then confronts another extremist group intent on eating them--yes, I said it--it's not something you're likely to forget. Drama, carnage, and moral consequence all play equal roles in this unforgettable edition!

"Volume 12: Life Among Them" gets the team back on the road to Washington D.C. But while their reason for going to D.C. always seemed like a hastily (and sloppily) drawn plot point, it soon becomes clear why it seemed so sketchy. However, the group are recruited by another community--and things might be just too good to be true. Entering a private housing sub-division, we get echoes of days gone by (when the team thought they were safe in Volume 2). This time, however, they are joining a group. Kids are playing in the streets, wives exchange recipes, cocktail parties are held, and holidays are observed. Somewhat hopeful, somewhat wary--confusion and acceptance are at war. While not a lot of actual action, we do seem to be gearing up for some major developments as suspicions fester. A nice interlude.
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brilliant horror story 16. November 2010
Von GraphicNovelReporter.com - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Tragedy and loss are the backbones of The Walking Dead, an ongoing comic book set in the aftermath of a zombie apocalypse. What creator and writer Robert Kirkman does wisely throughout the series is examine the social implications of life in the aftermath. What kinds of trials and tribulations would the survivors face, how would they grow and adapt to these challenges, and how would they cope with this new world order? When civilization is gone, what happens to the civilized man in a world without rules?

In examining these questions, Kirkman has often posited that the enemy isn't always the zombie. While they are an omnipresent threat, the real monsters lurking in the shadows, the horrors that should be feared, are often human.

Book 6 is divided into two chapters, "Fear the Hunters" and "Life Among Them," both of which were previously collected in paperback volumes. "Fear the Hunters" opens with the band of survivors, led by police officer Rick Grimes, reeling from a tragedy that has claimed the life of two more members of their group. When a priest stumbles into their camp, tensions rise and their paranoia grows deeper when another friend goes missing and it becomes clear they are being tracked and hunted.

Throughout the series, Kirkman has run his characters ragged, putting them through one torturous scenario after another. They've survived violent zombie raids and insane armies of men. Characters are established, crafted with equal care and complexity, and then heartlessly murdered. No one is safe. Grimes and the survivors he has helped to protect have come to know and expect cruelty, and they know the living human monsters are far more dangerous than the undead.

The reactions to strangers are tempered with caution, fear, and distrust. The choices made by Kirkman's lead characters, particularly Grimes, have been polished with a reason borne from the experiences they have lived through, the too-close encounters they have survived. The decisions Grimes makes when he encounters the hunters at the close of the opening chapter are so heavily influenced by the agony he's suffered in the past that it stands as a stark reminder of how far this man has come. The Rick Grimes presented in this collection is a far cry from the man readers were introduced to in the first book, and it is a believable, natural bit of character development. For all of the horrors these characters have survived, none of them have been left unscathed or unaltered.

"Life Among Them" further reinforces their suspicions when another stranger, Aaron, walks into their camp. Grimes and the survivors are heading toward Washington, D.C., hoping to find civilization, a city untouched by, or at least reestablished from, the zombie nightmare. They are low on food and exhausted when Aaron makes them an offer none can refuse--a home, a community, a stable life like the ones they used to know.

It's a credit to Kirkman's skill as a writer that he can thrust his characters into what is, by all accounts, a peaceful safe zone and make it feel unsettling and claustrophobic. There are kids playing in parks unsupervised, families walk the streets at night unafraid and towed behind their dogs. Yet, for all its apparent normalcy, it's like something out of The Twilight Zone. There is an awful tension lurking beneath it all, forcing one to wonder when the other shoe will drop. When it does, it's a doozey, showing a depth that is perfectly within character and offering a promise to turn the series on its head once again.

The Walking Dead is a brilliant horror story and expertly told. With over 70 issues under his belt, Kirkman has yet to make a serious misstep in his storytelling, keeping each story arc tight and deftly plotted. Each arc feeds into the next, informing and sculpting it, building upon the history that's been created in scarily natural ways. It is one of the most consistent and well-crafted series on the market today and should not be ignored.
-- Michael Hicks
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The story is still very interesting, and developing even more. 27. August 2011
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Great comic series, great books. This is the story about living dead, about zombies, about running from them and fighting with them, but much more about the people, about surviving, about caring for close ones and keeping emotions which make us human, about keeping sanity whn it's hardly possible and about developing of ourselves in time when the whole world is collapsing.
Robert Kirkman manages to keep the story very interesting through those books, to develop it even more, to build strong characters, and even to surprise us with some fierce events.
This book (the whole series) is somehow different from the TV show, some characters and happenings are different, so give it a chance even if you prefer the TV show.
I can't wait for the next book, book number 7. I didn't read regular comic books issues and I'm buying only those HC editions, so the further story is still unknown to me.
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Consistently excellent 23. Mai 2011
Von James R. Gilligan - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The sixth volume in this series marks something of a turning point. Although Kirkman has consistently blended the horror of the "roamers" with the horrors of the remaining human survivors, this book seems to focus more on the latter. After escaping the requisite zombie threats during the first half of this volume, our band of heroes arrives at a seeming nirvana--a secure, walled community run by a former politician who has created something of a Stepford society. Needless to say, our protagonists have a difficult time adjusting, and the narrative hints that not all is as rosy as it seems. As usual, Kirkman has left us salivating for the next volume...
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These dead don't rot 28. Oktober 2010
Von N. Durham - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The sixth collected hardcover edition of The Walking Dead finds survivors Rick, Carl, and the rest of the now small crew taking on even more horrors in this zombie-laden world. Without giving too much away, writer Robert Kirkman manages to inject a delicious (no pun intended) twist with Dale, and concluding with a new sense of hope for the survivors as they finally find themselves in Washington and surprisingly in safety as well, but there are promises of future terrors just over the horizon. From the beginning, The Walking Dead has been an intelligent and thought-provoking ongoing saga of a world overrun by a zombie apocalypse, and since then Robert Kirkman has taken the series to unprecedented new heights as he continues to prove that the worst thing to encounter in this world aren't the walking corpses themselves, but the human survivors who, to put it lightly, haven't adapted all that well. You'll never find a better horror tale in comics, period. Let's only hope that Kirkman and Frank Darabont manage to weave the same kind of horror magic in the television realm when The Walking Dead premieres on AMC on Halloween night.
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