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The Walking Dead, Volume 4: The Heart's Desire [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Robert Kirkman , Jae Lee , Charlie Adlard
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30. November 2005
The world we knew is gone. The world of commerce and frivolous necessity has been replaced by a world of survival and responsibility. An epidemic of apocalyptic proportions has swept the globe, causing the dead to rise and feed on the living. In a matter of months society has crumbled: no government, no grocery stores, no mail delivery, no cable TV. In a world ruled by the dead, the survivors are forced to finally start living. Life in the prison starts to get interesting for Rick Grimes and the rest of our survivors. Relationships heat up, fizzle out, and change entirely almost overnight. By the end of this volume, relationships between key characters are radically changed, setting the stage for future events in TheWalking Dead. It is a reprint edition.

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  • Taschenbuch: 136 Seiten
  • Verlag: Image Comics (30. November 2005)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1582405301
  • ISBN-13: 978-1582405308
  • Vom Hersteller empfohlenes Alter: 16 - 18 Jahre
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 26 x 16,9 x 0,7 cm
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  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 10.117 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)

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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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Life in the prison starts to get interesting for Rick Grimes and the rest of our survivors. Relationships heat up, fizzle out, and change entirely almost overnight. By the end of this volume, relationships between key characters are radically changed, setting the stage for future events in "The Walking Dead".

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Zombie-Horror vom Feinsten! 14. Mai 2013
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Wiedermal ein gelunges Comic in dieser Reihe!
Man kann kaum abwarten das nächste in die Finger zu bekommen.
Die Entwicklung der Charaktere ist einfach soooo spannend und zeigt tiefste menschliche Abgründe!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen I love it 10. November 2012
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Dieser Teil der Reihe gefällt mir bis jetzt am besten. Ich finde ihn wirklich sehr gelungen und spannend :) kann ich nur jedem Fan empfehlen, auch auf Englisch!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Absolut Top! 11. Juli 2013
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Wer auf dieses Genre steht, macht hier meiner Meinung nach keinen Fehlkauf. Ich mag die Serie sowieso von daher kann ich nichts schlechtes drüber sagen.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen It had its flaws but overall it still made for great, dramatic reading 19. Februar 2006
Von A. Sandoc - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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So far, I've loved and obsessed over Kirkman's The Walking Dead series and the previous three collected volumes have not disappointed me at any level. This fourth voulme collects issues 19 through 24 and is appropriately titled The Heart's Desire. We pick up from the cliffhanger that ended the third volume (Safety Behind Bars) as Dexter gives Rick and his group a choice that bodes nothing but death either way he chooses: stay and be shot or leave and take their chances with the zombies outside the fences.

The book starts things off with a bang as Rick realizes that Dexter's success in getting guns of his own has let loose a bigger set of problems as zombies from a locked wing of the prison was accidentally let out. What happens next as Rick's group and Dexter's group fight to stay alive shows a new side to Rick that surprised me alot. It puts a new wrinkle on Rick's rule of "you kill, you die" and will have long-reaching ramifications deeper in the story. It is also in this heart-pounding sequence that a new face is added to the mix in the form of a female survivor whose mode of survival, to say the very least, is interesting.

The rest of the book really deals less with the zombies but the emotional consequences of many of the characters' actions from the very start of the series all the way to point of this volume. I can fully understand the disappoint many fans have with the direction the series took with all the drama and sopa opera kind of twists nd turns of the heart, but I think people fail to realize that Kirkman is writing about the human condition rather than just about zombies. Sure I got abit impatient with all the emotional crisis and the meltdowns by almost everyone involved, but I can also understand why they've been acting the way they have. I think if Kirkman had written abit more of zombies and death in this part of the series people wouldn't be complaining much.

Kirkman himself has already admitted that zombies wasn't what the story was all about, but just a part of it. With the group in relatively safety within the secured fences of the prison and some sort of artificial normalcy starting to come back to the group he needed a way to continue the conflicts that make for good drama. What else but let the pent-up emotional baggage everyone has been carrying since issue 1 to finally come to boil. Part of me didn't fully enjoy this new arc in the series, but not enough to be disappointed with the end result. Hell, even all the drama Kirkman still came up with one of the best fight scenes in the series a la Carpenter's They Live and South Park's "Cripple Fight" episode.

The Heart's Desire is not as great as the previous three collected volumes in the series, but it still told a great story though with abit more drama than most fans of the book were willing to take. I myself enjoyed the book enough that it wasn't a waste and I was abit surprised and shocked at the observation Rick finally made and shared with everyone at the end of the volume. I know that after all the emotional trials and tribulations everyone in the series went through in The Heart's Desire and how the arc ended there's nothing left but up for the series.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Getting more depth...more character 15. September 2011
Von TW Brown, Author, Editor, and Reviewer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The Hearts Desire is the fourth volume of Robert Kirkman's Walking Dead franchise. He teases the reader just a bit in the beginning after leaving you hanging at the end of Safety Behind Bars. The opening scene introduces a new and mysterious woman named Michonne.

This installment picks up the snow globe that is the world of our survivors and shakes it really good. It seems everybody gets their own scene in this one which is nice because it extends the depth of attachment the reader feels towards the characters. Of course you know Kirkman is only doing that so he can hurt you later.

The strain of the situation is beginning to take its toll on the survivors here, even with--or perhaps because of--marginally better living conditions, the survivors begin to show some very pre-apocalypse proclivities. Racism and infidelity pop up exemplifying that we are often our own worst enemy.

There is a very edgy quality to this volume that has the reader waiting for the pot to boil over. Kirkman does not disappoint. The two biggest bulls in the field eventually lock horns, both claiming some tenuous perch on righteousness. While this is not a case of "Team Edward" and "Team Jacob", other people I know who have read this are split on the support of Rick versus Tyreese. Honestly, I'd never considered the possibility--for the record, I took Rick's side.
Like any good zombie story with depth, the zombies have taken a background role in the story by now. This is really about the human condition. Occasionally a zombie pops up to be dealt with, but unlike the start of the story when they are the focus, they've become wallpaper.

The Heart's Desire ends a bit differently from previous installments. There isn't really some cliffhanging dilemma or anything of that nature. Instead, there is a bit of a speech that concludes with a moral declaration. This is one of those episodes where you serve yourself well by reading slowly and then reading it again. There is a lot going on here.

The beauty in the ending is that the reader haws absolutely no idea what to expect in Volume five. Can this group survive without a true tender? Where is the line between good and evil? Are these people gonna go crazy and kill each off? This is the "deepest" volume thus far and it throws a bit of mud on the romanticized sheen that we zombie fans tend to put on the idea of a zombie apocalypse. However, this is the story that makes me proud to be a fan.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Days of Our Walking Dead Lives 13. Dezember 2005
Von Erik Olson - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Life has become routine within the prison complex that Rick Grimes and company call home. Crops are being planted, new clothes made, and so on. Of course, in the world of "The Walking Dead," routine is anything but. Now that the zombies are (mostly) at bay, relational tensions are boiling over. A fresh arrival brings her own wackiness to the already dysfunctional mix, and you never know who will end up dead (or at least pissed off and alienated).

I'm a little underwhelmed by this, the fourth collection of the ongoing comic book series. One of the AICN comic pundits expressed dismay that "The Walking Dead" was becoming a soap opera. I guess I have to agree with that. Frankly, I wonder how far this story arc can go? I further echo the AICN writer's sentiment that something needs to happen soon. Now's probably the time to bring in some government action, or pull a "Land of the Dead" move and evolve the zombies' behavior. Whatever occurs, I think I've seen enough of Rick freaking out and yelling his head off every couple of pages. And overall, things are getting a bit too depressing. I don't expect everything to come up roses, but there's a bit too much hate and discontent going on. Maybe they should've picked a Club Med to hole up in.

One story angle that bugged me was the inclusion of yet another bad-arse woman with a katana. "Y: The Last Man" pulled that stunt as well, joining the ranks of "Sin City" and the "Kill Bill" movies. Enough with the Japanese-inspired ninja women already! Why can't a mysterious female stranger show up wielding a Chinese Tai Chi sword, or an English Morning Star? I'm glad the tough-gal zombie fighter in "Shaun of the Dead" had the originality to use a golf club as her weapon of choice.

At any rate, despite my complaints I still recommend "The Walking Dead." Maybe this arc is the calm before the storm. I'm hoping it's a setup for the greatness I've come to expect from Mr. Kirkman & company.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Scary comicbook series! 12. Mai 2006
Von DJ Joe Sixpack - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
Like many readers, I've been an on again/off again comicbook fan for many years... In the last couple of years (since the year 2000) I've returned to the fold, this time taking advantage of the many top-quality graphic novels out there, and Robert Kirkman's "Walking Dead" was one of the titles most frequently recommended to me since I started this reading spree. It lives up to the hype.

I just finished reading books 1-4, which collect the first twenty-four issues of the comic, and man, I can't wait for book #5 to come out. The series tells the story of a guy named Rick, a small-town cop and self-described Barney Fife who wakes up from a hospital stay to find the world changed around him -- it's zombie time, but zombie time with twist. The twist is that, unlike all the movies and TV shows we've all seen, "The Walking Dead" has a much longer, open-ended story arc -- Kirkman and co. don't have to wrap things up in a tidy, two-hour package, so there is space for the story to unfold at its own pace, with character development that's more prolonged and in-depth than the usual zombie flick allows. By the end of Book 4, the crisis has lasted about a year and Rick and his band of survivors are about twelve strong, having lost about an equal number of family and friends over the course of the story. It's a taut, grim, reflective plot line that keeps your interest and compels you to read. I, for one, hope this isn't just another one of those neat B&W comix that kind of fizzle out, but rather that Kirkman really gets the chance to do what he says he wants to do, and follow Rick's saga as far as he can. Anyway, I'm hooked. As long as he keeps writing this series, I'll be first in line to buy it. [copyright joesixpack @ slipcue.com ]
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Zombified 23. Februar 2006
Von William S. Mosheim - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
I've watched and read an unreal amount of zombie movies, comic books and stories and Robert Kirkman has one-upped them all! An amazing tale of survival and chaos.
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