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The Walking Dead 12: Schöne neue Welt

The Walking Dead 12: Schöne neue Welt

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The Walking Dead 12: Schöne neue Welt

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Länge:
142 Seiten
57 Minuten
Herausgeber:
Freigegeben:
Sep 1, 2012
ISBN:
9783864251658
Format:
Buch

Beschreibung

Nach einer langen Odyssee steht die Gruppe um Polizist Rick Grimes endlich vor ihrem Ziel: Washington DC, wo sich nach dem Ausbruch der Zombie-Plage die letzte Zuflucht der Menschheit befinden soll. Werden ihre Hoffnungen erfüllt oder hat sie ihr Weg ins sichere Verderben geführt? Der erfolgreichste Independent-Comic der letzten Jahre!

Vorlage für die TV-Serien-Adaption von Oscar-Preisträger Frank Darabont. Ausgezeichnet als "Beste Comic-Serie 2010" mit dem EISNER und dem HARVEY Award.
Herausgeber:
Freigegeben:
Sep 1, 2012
ISBN:
9783864251658
Format:
Buch

Über den Autor

ROBERT KIRKMAN is best known for his work on The Walking Dead and Invincible for Image Comics, as well as Ultimate X-Men and Marvel Zombies for Marvel Comics. He is one of the five partners of Image Comics and is an executive producer and writer on The Walking Dead television show.


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  • (4/5)
    For the last few trades, I've been wanting a book where the survivors just get to take off a few weeks from their endless grind of survival and just, oh, get a day of picnicking and touch football and scrabble tournaments. You know - the good old days! Damn that Robert Kirkland for nearly giving me exactly what I want and then explaining how the zombiepocolypse ruins everything. Again, another excellent entry. This episode is all about the idea of finding that ultimate version of rebuilt civilization and society after putting your time in the trenches. Only problem? You've been through a lot. A. LOT. The undead. The unchecked evil of humanity. The horrible choices of survival in an inhuman world. How does one simply turn a switch and go back into full trust mode again? How do you pretend that you can have cocktail parties and read trash novels and chit-chat about lawn care? Can you really trust? (Yes, I'm asking that twice.) We get no answers, but Kirkland offers up the next question beyond, "can I survive?" Which is, "what does this rebuilding society look like and how do I know when I'm there?"
  • (4/5)
    Porter admits to having lied about his involvement in the government, a representative of another group shows up and invites them to join, and the group warily settled into their new community. It's a matter of trust at this point, the group's very existence. Aaron seems quite benign and the group so very much wants to be safe, but it is a little out of the norm how fast they are seduced by safety. Lots of great semi-existential discussions in this installment, and Carl gets to step up as a strong character, not only in reflex action but in analytical ability as well. Looking forward to seeing how life in this new community will play itself out.
  • (3/5)
    This is one of those placeholder volumes. This is the calm before the storm. It should tell you something about where this series is when three deaths constitutes "calm." But since Rick and the gang are getting all settled in and relaxed you just know it's going all blow up next volume.
  • (4/5)
    The Walking Dead, Volume 12, Life Among Them is a transitional installment of this terrific ongoing graphic novel series about apocalypse by Zombies. Rick’s band of twelve wandering survivors reluctantly accepts an invitation to join a walled community, which amazingly provides an opportunity to live in a safer and much more comfortable environment. However, they are wary about their new protectors and their safe community. Something just seems off about them and the situation seems too good to be true. This is a transitional volume, but still a very interesting read in this fabulous Zombie apocalypse tale. This graphic-novel series is the original Walking Dead and in my opinion it is much better than the TV version. I highly recommend turning off the screen and reading the books instead.
  • (5/5)
    I'm excited to see Rick and his group find a relatively safe and normal community of survivors. But Rick is like a feral dog brought into the yard as a pet. He can't settle down, can't trust the situation. I hope the group finally finds peace, but I think we all know that's not going to be easy.
  • (5/5)
    The survivors find out that one of them is not who everyone thought he was. Also, they make it to Washington DC and consider joining a commune in Alexandria, VA.I really like where the series is going at this point, though it's now well past where I've seen in the show (I think? The show skips around a lot). This volume was neither too much drama nor too much introspection, and sets up the situation nicely moving forward. It's also exciting that they've moved to where I live! (However, two things: a) they went from Kentucky to Washington DC via 295? No, just no. And b) if they are living in Alexandria they really should not be going into DC to get supplies, since the only way to get there is across one of several bridges and everyone knows bridges are completely unsafe in a zombie apocalypse.)
  • (4/5)
    The adventure continues as Rick and the gang stumble across 'The Community'. What is the deal with this place? It made me ask so many questions. I really loved how close knit the group has become - and I am so glad the HBO show is different to the comics because I love being surprised still.

    Carl has changed, when confronted with playing with other kids and taking part in Halloween, he just doesn't enjoy it anymore. It interesting to see how that world has affected everybody. Even Rick, still wary of strangers is making plans to fight these people if it all goes south. This volume felt like the calm before a storm. I can't wait to see what happens.

  • (4/5)
    Aaron comes out of nowhere to convince Rick's group to come with him to Alexandria, a safe community surrounded by walls. Once they arrive, members of the group experiences varying levels of contentment.
  • (4/5)
    Our intrepid heroes finally find salvation and rest... or do they? Cheesy though it may sound, our little band of zombie-warriors find a safe haven - some place safe and secure from the zombies where they can have a meal, walk the dog, and throw dinner parties. The question is - will they be welcome, and how will they fare while they are there.

    It has less of the gore, more of the reality of living in a zombie infested country (even with them everywhere, I wouldn't think every waking moment is spent chopping off heads), and a deeper look into how the horror has shaped people.
  • (2/5)
    This is rapidly turning into "Lost" without the character depth or closure.
  • (4/5)
    *** Spoilers for those who aren’t caught up with the series!! ***Rick Grimes and his band of survivors are on the move again. In the last book, they encountered cannibals and horrible things had to be done to ensure their safety. Carl, Rick’s son, is dealing with the aftermath of killing Billy, another child who was a great danger to the whole group. The group encounters a lone man on the road named Aaron, who wants them to come with him and live in his safe haven. Rick is immediately suspicious. In the past, another group claimed something similar and it ended very badly. The rest of the group is more enthused to have a stable place to stay and find the newcomer to be trustworthy. They go to this safe haven and find a stable community, headed by an ex-Senator. Everything seems a little too perfect to Rick. Plus they seem to have no safeguards against other human attackers. Is Rick just being paranoid or there really something nefarious going on in this community? Can these survivors who have seen so many horrors integrate back into normal society?The Walking Dead is an excellent series. This is one in the series that is more a precursor to and setting up of events to come. Action wise, not much happens in this one. However, many important issues are brought up and there is more character development than anything else. The relationship between Rick and his son Carl is especially interesting to me. Carl isn’t a hardened killer, even though he has killed countless zombies. He is still emotionally affected by his first human murder, but he holds it together because it’s needed for the survival of the group. Rick understands Carl’s decision, but wishes he didn’t have to do things like this. He, after all, is still a child.The other big event of this narrative is the invitation to live in the safe haven. Rick is immediately on his guard and thinks it’s too good to be true. The others start out as accepting, but grow to be more and more suspicious. This situation is the most like life before the zombie apocalypse than anything they have experienced since. Will the survivors ever be able to integrate into a society such as this one? They have been fighting for survival for about two years. Many of their problems have come from humans, such as the cannibals from the last one and the sadistic governor. Events like these take a toll on them and make them into different people.Although not the most action packed book in the series, I enjoyed the emotional and psychological implications presented. Something big is going to be happening in the next book and I can’t wait to read it!