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  • Taschenbuch: 136 Seiten
  • Verlag: Diamond Comics (11. November 2014)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1632150417
  • ISBN-13: 978-1632150417
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 1,3 x 16,5 x 25,4 cm
  • Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 4.2 von 5 Sternen  Alle Rezensionen anzeigen (4 Kundenrezensionen)
  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 361 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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1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von simonnrw792 am 5. Dezember 2014
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Ab hier noch OHNE SPOILER:

Nachdem ich die ersten 21 Ausgaben schon überragend fand, konnte ich diese natürlich nicht auslassen. Die Geschichte geht spannend weiter und hält ihr Niveau, von Langeweile oder Eintönigkeit ist keine Spur zu erkennen. Somit vollkommene Weiterempfehlung!

Ende des komplett spoilerfreien Abschnittes.

Ab hier gibt es ein paar wenige SPOILER:

Die Geschichte macht (das erste Mal seit Beginn der Reihe) einen Zeitsprung um mehrere Jahre. Ohne direkte Erklärung sieht man, wie es etwa 2, 3 Jahre nach Ende von Ausgabe 21 aussieht. Was in diesen Jahren passiert ist, kann man nur aufgrund der dortigen Situation erahnen/erkennen. Es gibt aber keine Stelle, an der mir Infos zum Geschehenen gefehlt hätten, alles wird verständlich und ohne relevante Lücken gezeigt. Ob dieser Zeitsprung passend war, muss wohl jeder für sich selbst entscheiden. Passend für einen Zeitsprung ist dieser Zeitpunkt schon (da in diesen 2, 3 Jahren eben nicht so viel passiert) aber manch ein Leser möchte womöglich genauer wissen, was in diesen Jahren passiert ist.
Die Charaktere haben sich natürlich in diesen Jahren etwas verändert (wenn auch nicht so stark wie in den 2 Jahren, in denen Ausgabe 1-21 spielen). Das habe ich aber nicht als störend empfunden. Etwa am Höhepunkt dieser Ausgabe passiert etwas recht Schockierendes, was mich direkt dazu zwang, bis zur letzten Seite weiterzulesen. Der hier auftretende Cliffhanger war bei mir jetzt nicht ganz so stark. Man kann sich fast denken wie es an diesem Punkt weitergeht. Allerdings gab es auch noch andere parallele Handlungsstränge, die für mich das Warten auf die nächste Ausgabe nicht leicht macht.
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‘The Walking Dead, Vol. 22 – A New Beginning’ is new chapter in Robert Kirkman saga of worldwide known zombie comic series which pictured the dystopian world ruled by undead. Besides the excellent comic version, whole world was infected with equally good TV-series. This latest installment is compilation of TWD issues from 127 to 132, again imaginatively and skillfully illustrated with Charlie Adlard artwork.

As written for all other previous installments, no matter one can hear objections that series is not as exciting as was the case in the past, Kirkman manages to continue delivering story that is eagerly expected – readers/viewers keep guessing how the end will look like hoping there is a chance to bring civilization back to the state as it was before the zombie outbreak. It has to be acknowledged that some TV seasons and comic issues were fillers, like the authors ran out of inspiration or are simply reaping the fruits of labor repeating the same proven formula, but always some nasty surprise was around the corner proving Kirkman had an idea from the beginning putting all pieces of puzzle through the long seasons.

Though it is almost impossible to believe that there is someone who never heard of this franchise, or did not knew that comic is behind the popular TV-series, the recommendations for comic reading compared to screen adaptation certainly makes sense because comics are giving an opportunity of additional aspect of imagination that the TV-series lacks keeping readers thrilled on the edge of the seat while following group of survived people in world of dead who are nevertheless in greater danger of the other scattered remaining humans.
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Von Daniel Wegener am 13. Dezember 2014
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oh du meine güte! sind wir jetzt bei den waltons oder unsere kleine farm? ich bin noch nicht ganz sicher, ob mir walking dead in dieser form gefällt. klar, es ist immernoch cool aber ohne ruinen und zeugnisse der untergegangenen zivilisation, mit farmarama und friede, freude, eierkuchen nicht so meins. momentan kommt's mir eher wie ein mittelalterepos vor. nichts desto trotz bleibe ich fan und gespannt!
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Von Ina Schesler am 16. Dezember 2014
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Das Comic kam gut verpackt an und weist auch keine Beschädigungen auf. Lediglich wölben sich die Seiten einer Ecke leicht als ob sie mit Feuchtigkeit in Berührung kamen. Das Buch selbst ist genau so wie ich es erwartet habe, schön gezeichnet, mit einem netten Einband zusammengehalten. Ein Comic eben...
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I have been a big fan of TWD since almost ... 19. November 2014
Von Chuck - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I have been a big fan of TWD since almost the beginning. I started reading it in college and am still picking up the new graphic novels just about as soon as they comes out. Kirkman keeps it interesting, at least for me. And he’s done just that again, spectacularly, with this new installment. He manages to tease you a bit, show you how well everyone is doing then gives you a taste of the new threat (or threats) lurking in the dark waiting for Rick and his band of communities to face them. This graphic novel probably did more for me than any other, not so much for content or new characters but for the possible gravity of the new assault they will soon find themselves under and what it will mean for characters and WD story universe. I’m sitting here the day after and I keep thinking about it, wondering how things will go for all our varied walking dead characters. Really well done, reinvigorating the story line for a whole bunch more zombiepocolypse story to come! Buy now!
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The Walking Dead. Vol. 22: A New Beginning, by Kirkman and Adlard 14. Dezember 2014
Von C. Dennis Moore - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
THE WALKING DEAD, Vol. 22: A New Beginning (issues 127-132 of the monthly series), and where could you possibly go after a story like the last one? It was war, there was near-total destruction, countless people died.

So what does writer/creator Robert Kirkman do? He brings us a happy ending, of sorts.

A New Beginning picks up two years later. The safe zones are well-established, and the roads between them well-guarded. Life inside the communities is becoming somewhat normal. There are jobs to do, livestock to raise, crops to tend. There’s even a bakery, churning out fresh bread.

A new group arrives at the Alexandria settlement, led by the understandably cautious Magna. They seem eager to join the rest of the survivors, but something isn’t sitting right with her. Meanwhile, Carl is trying to convince his father to let him move to The Hilltop and become a blacksmith.

But that’s not the thing that’s got everyone so worried. After barely making it back to the Hilltop alive, one of the scouts reports something both terrifying and ominous. The dead have begun to talk.

A New Beginning was a difficult read for me. It wasn’t badly-written or anything, quite the opposite. But I’ve just spent so much time with these characters, going through their trials and tribulations with them, that it’s weird to see them all suddenly happy. Rick and Maggie share a moment to watch the sun set. Carl is trading wood carvings for clothes among his friends. Hell, Carl HAS friends. Even Eugene is happy, becoming a very important part of the community.

One can only wonder what Kirkman’s got up his sleeve to tear this happiness into a million undead pieces.

While I guess, usually, something called A New Beginning would seem like the perfect jumping on point, I’m not sure that’s the case here. Yes, it is, technically, a “new beginning”, but considering everything these people have been through leading up to this point, it’s almost an insult to ignore all of that and take up with them now that they’re doing well for themselves and are no longer in constant danger. Obviously I recommend A New Beginning, but you should really read what came before first. It’s only right.

Previously on THE WALKING DEAD:
THE WALKING DEAD 1: Days Gone Bye:
http://www.amazon.com/review/R4Z32IVDKWWAV
THE WALKING DEAD 2: Miles Behind Us:
http://www.amazon.com/review/R24YVRYY5BXV3Q
THE WALKING DEAD 3: Safety Behind Bars:
http://www.amazon.com/review/R1V8VJKC10O96R
THE WALKING DEAD 4: The Heart’s Desire:
http://www.amazon.com/review/R3OALQQ3AC4DWB
THE WALKING DEAD 5: The Best Defense:
http://www.amazon.com/review/R203LXJZVJA0TJ
THE WALKING DEAD 6: This Sorrowful Life:
http://www.amazon.com/review/R3VVHB3HJNSVXX
THE WALKING DEAD 7: The Calm Before:
http://www.amazon.com/review/R4MDCDDR9SHJ4
THE WALKING DEAD 8: Made to Suffer:
http://www.amazon.com/review/R34QUW9PAVLI3F
THE WALKING DEAD 9: Here We Remain:
http://www.amazon.com/review/RCWJJ0NF61UP4
THE WALKING DEAD 10: What We Become:
http://www.amazon.com/review/R2TKU9NGK7Q0XC
THE WALKING DEAD 11: Fear the Hunters:
http://www.amazon.com/review/ROT45H7ZIPAW1
THE WALKING DEAD 12: Life Among Them:
http://www.amazon.com/review/R3LYU5UO5O8XJO
THE WALKING DEAD 13: Too Far Gone:
http://www.amazon.com/review/R3NEKLHFHHDH7D
THE WALKING DEAD 14: No Way Out:
http://www.amazon.com/review/R3SIU8W2VDP99F
THE WALKING DEAD 15: We Find Ourselves:
http://www.amazon.com/review/R1P4NHMLAHPC2D
THE WALKING DEAD 16: A Larger World:
http://www.amazon.com/review/RI9DY5XR0YFEI
THE WALKING DEAD 17: Something to Fear:
http://www.amazon.com/review/R2ANQ63TGJEDYW
THE WALKING DEAD 18: What Comes After:
http://www.amazon.com/review/R3GQB60SS46PCY
THE WALKING DEAD 19: March to War:
http://www.amazon.com/review/R3134EI0TUUD9
THE WALKING DEAD 20: All Out War, part one:
http://www.amazon.com/review/R2YYI42WPXS6MA
THE WALKING DEAD 21: All Out War, part two:
http://www.amazon.com/review/R1SYRXH19NEO5M
Needs a shot or two of energy... 1. Dezember 2014
Von Patrick S. Dorazio - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The latest volumes of The Walking Dead continue to remain low keyed, even in prior volumes where a bloodbath was promised and sorta delivered on, it wasn't nearly as compelling as it has been in the past. I have always loved the fact that TWD has taken the zombie apocalypse and let it run for years rather than just being something that happens within the first few days or months after the world is handed over to the undead. I enjoyed watching the characters try to live and so many die along the way. I also like seeing them pushed to extremes and doing all they can to not lose their grasp on the harsh reality they face. Now we have entered a new era with the remaining original survivors where administration of the settlements is the highest priority. It's perhaps something most people who would be overjoyed to be given the chance to do had they survived as long as Rick has during the zompoc. Unfortunately, it isn't nearly as interesting for those of us reading their story as it is for those living it. I have ruminated over whether or not TWD should come to an end-has the story been told to its fullest extent? Should there be some flash forward to show how things turn out in the long run for the various settlements? Granted, there is a somewhat surprise twist ending here that might be a hint of interesting things to come, but will it be enough? Is enough bait for me to continue reading? Of course it is, but that is because I hold out hope that things will get turned around and it will shock me like it has so many times in the past. I still hold out that hope. While I am happy for Rick and friends that life finally seems to be coming together for them, I can't deny that the story is far better when they are in serious trouble...which I hope comes along soon to make things interesting once again.
A fresh start 19. November 2014
Von Sam Quixote - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
You know what The Walking Dead needs? Captions. Not a lot, just a couple. Like at the start of this volume, maybe mention that this is taking place one, two, maybe three years after the last book? It’s a small thing but it’d be really handy to have.

So some time has passed since Rick defeated Negan and the communities of Hilltop, the Kingdom, and Rick’s place, known as Alexandria, have thrived and developed into safe havens. Hole-in-the-head-yet-still-alive-for-some-reason Karl has grown into a young man, and he wants to move out from his dad’s place to Hilltop, under Maggie’s leadership, to be a blacksmith.

There’s no real story to this volume, it’s basically just a catch-up, see where everyone is, type of book, but it’s not boring either. Robert Kirkman’s created a rich world with a well-known cast of characters that it’s genuinely interesting to see how they’ve changed and what they’ve done without the threat of Negan. And it’s good to have a breather after the last two books which were so heavy on the action – take things slowly, reflect, etc.

Kirkman shows us just how far Rick and co. have come in an inspired way – and note he shows us, not tells us, which is another indicator of Kirkman’s development as a writer (remember “You don’t get it… WE are The Walking Dead!!”?). At the start of this volume, Kirkman introduces a new band of desperate survivors who’re rescued from a herd by Jesus and a few others. They’re brought back to Alexandria, see the community as a kind of paradise and meet Rick, the deformed but charismatic leader.

It’s a nod to earlier volumes of the series when Rick and co. were the ones on the ropes and having to trust large communities (who usually harboured dark secrets) that seemingly have their lives together. It’s a reversal of roles and now Rick and the others are firmly established and no longer the wanderers.

They’ve also become much more sophisticated in dealing with the walkers. From sending out squads to steer giant herds away from their settlements, to an effective fighting method: three guys, back to back with knives/swords, advancing one step at a time outwards, calling out one, two, three, etc. until they get to five and then backing up so they’re back to back again and repeating – ingenious and efficient!

It’s entertaining enough to read but towards the end I was hoping a plot would emerge – as dark as The Walking Dead has been, having things too upbeat is also a tad grating. Thankfully a new threat emerges by the end with quite a surprise twist to them so it looks like Kirkman’s given his characters enough of a respite before sending them back into the fray in the next book.

Volume 22 is a very well-measured book that shows us the characters’ new lives just long enough to stop it from being boring before introducing the next threat. It’s great to read a story about society re-establishing itself in the wake of the zombie apocalypse, which is a subject few books tend to look at; it’s usually all about the fall and survival, etc. But it’s clear Kirkman and co. are playing a very long game with this series and this volume shows that it still has a lot to offer with enormous potential in exploring the still wider world of The Walking Dead. A New Beginning indeed and a very enjoyable comic it is!
Still manages to surprise and thrill 11. November 2014
Von Denis Vukosav - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
‘The Walking Dead, Vol. 22 – A New Beginning’ is new chapter in Robert Kirkman saga of worldwide known zombie comic series which pictured the dystopian world ruled by undead. Besides the excellent comic version, whole world was infected with equally good TV-series. This latest installment is compilation of TWD issues from 127 to 132, again imaginatively and skillfully illustrated with Charlie Adlard artwork.

As written for all other previous installments, no matter one can hear objections that series is not as exciting as was the case in the past, Kirkman manages to continue delivering story that is eagerly expected – readers/viewers keep guessing how the end will look like hoping there is a chance to bring civilization back to the state as it was before the zombie outbreak. It has to be acknowledged that some TV seasons and comic issues were fillers, like the authors ran out of inspiration or are simply reaping the fruits of labor repeating the same proven formula, but always some nasty surprise was around the corner proving Kirkman had an idea from the beginning putting all pieces of puzzle through the long seasons.

Though it is almost impossible to believe that there is someone who never heard of this franchise, or did not knew that comic is behind the popular TV-series, the recommendations for comic reading compared to screen adaptation certainly makes sense because comics are giving an opportunity of additional aspect of imagination that the TV-series lacks keeping readers thrilled on the edge of the seat while following group of survived people in world of dead who are nevertheless in greater danger of the other scattered remaining humans.

SPOILERS AHEAD
In latest, twenty-second installment, a war between the factions is over, two years had passed and civilization is again rebuilt. When group of six survivors led by new character Magna will stumble on Paul Monroe “Jesus” and his group of horse riders, they will be led to Alexandria to meet Rick.

But soon, newcomers will start asking questions and debating among them whether they should trust people in Alexandra, realizing that something so good is too good to be true…
END OF SPOILERS

‘A New Beginning’ introduces reader to the world that is changed, some time had passed and new world emerges from the world devastated by zombies. Also some new characters are appearing, enabling reader to enjoy some new emotions and interactions among the protagonists - all that makes TWD so fresh all these years we spent in company of its characters.

Therefore, ‘A New Beginning’ TWD 22 is another part in story that we (still) don’t want to end because it still manages to surprise and thrill, not repeating itself regardless of similar but never the same formula applied over and over again.
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