- Taschenbuch: 136 Seiten
- Verlag: Image Comics (5. Juli 2011)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 1607063921
- ISBN-13: 978-1607063926
- Vom Hersteller empfohlenes Alter: 16 - 17 Jahre
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 1 x 16,3 x 25,1 cm
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- Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 66.907 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
The Walking Dead (Walking Dead (6 Stories)) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 5. Juli 2011
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This is freaking great stuff... the only drawback is waiting another 6 months to find out what happens. Sure, I could get the single issue comics, but I like the trade paperback too much.
But picking up with the graphic novels, Kirkman hits us with "Volume 14: No Way Out." Now, I have heard some disappointment about recent installments of this terrifically well-rounded series. For those looking for general mayhem and violence, the story has been producing some of the more subdued chapters of late. I have to say that initially I agreed. With Rick and clan installed in a new community, there were dozens of new characters sharing center stage. I found this off-putting at first. But what happened in "Volume 13: Too Far Gone" was far more important than just another attack. Rick's growth and character development were a highlight and how he, and the others, started to acclimatize to their new surroundings had surprising emotional resonance. The characters faced the crossroads where they were allowed to start feeling human again and started to face the moral repercussions of the things they've done and will have to continue to do in order to survive. I ended up really feeling connected with "Too Far Gone" in a surprising way. If you're open to seeing "The Walking Dead" as a fully rounded epic, these moments of introspection are entirely crucial!
"No Way Out," however, should satisfy those begging for a return to bloodlust and monster mayhem. While early sections of the story are spread among far too many characters (we need to thin the pack!), this is the chapter in which we really see Rick reclaim his leadership role making both good and bad decisions. The entire focus of the tale is taken over by a zombie horde that has discovered our little community. Things may not be as secure as our heroes had hoped and when safety is compromised--nothing will be the same again. Mutilated corpses and surprising new victims populate this episode which is an absolute game changer. But amidst all the carnage and loss, Rick has a remarkable epiphany near the end that makes one of the most powerful soliloquies the series has yet produced. Good stuff. KGHarris, 6/11.
Rick and company are dealing with the aftermath of the attack from inside the camp, as well as the attempted attack from outside when a herd of roamers shows up outside the fence surrounding their little community. This isn’t just any old herd, though; it’s the mother of all herds. They’re surrounded and, even though their fence is reinforced, the dead are just too many and it starts to buckle.
Several characters die, a few of them beloved ones, and a few others reach a turning point in their development, finding hidden layers of strength. But that ending. Man, if I ever doubted Charlie Adlard’s artistic abilities before, he’s put them to rest for sure with a certain two-page spread. Bravo.
With this volume, Robert Kirkman is definitely making up for any of the previous issues where it was a lot of character drama and plot advancement but little real kick you in the ass action. In fact, not since their time in the prison has the book seen a melee quite like this, and even that seems tame in comparison to what the characters went through in this book.
It’s difficult to discuss this book--or really, ANY book in this series--without spoilers, but that’s one thing I definitely don’t want to give away with “No Way Out” as it’s just too good to not go into cold and experience as the characters experienced it.
If you haven’t been reading THE WALKING DEAD, it’s almost worth it to read the book just to get to this volume.
Previously on THE WALKING DEAD:
THE WALKING DEAD 1: Days Gone Bye:
THE WALKING DEAD 2: Miles Behind Us:
THE WALKING DEAD 3: Safety Behind Bars:
THE WALKING DEAD 4: The Heart’s Desire:
THE WALKING DEAD 5: The Best Defense:
THE WALKING DEAD 6: This Sorrowful Life:
THE WALKING DEAD 7: The Calm Before:
THE WALKING DEAD 8: Made to Suffer:
THE WALKING DEAD 9: Here We Remain:
THE WALKING DEAD 10: What We Become:
THE WALKING DEAD 11: Fear the Hunters:
THE WALKING DEAD 12: Life Among Them:
THE WALKING DEAD 13: Too Far Gone: