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The Walking Dead 09: Im finsteren Tal

The Walking Dead 09: Im finsteren Tal

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The Walking Dead 09: Im finsteren Tal

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4/5 (10 Bewertungen)
Länge:
142 Seiten
42 Minuten
Herausgeber:
Freigegeben:
Sep 1, 2012
ISBN:
9783864251627
Format:
Buch

Beschreibung

Die Zuflucht ist gefallen. Nach der verheerenden Schlacht mit dem Gouverneur und seinen Helfern bleibt den in alle Richtungen verstreuten wenigen Überlebenden nur die Flucht ins Ungewisse. Nicht länger durch Zäune und Mauern vor den lauernden Zombies geschützt, müssen sie sich in der Wildnis dem nackten Kampf ums Dasein stellen. Doch ist das Leben noch lebenswert in einer Welt, die einem in jeder einzelnen Sekunde alles nehmen kann? Für Familienvater Rick Grimes gewinnt diese Frage zunehmend an Bedeutung.
Herausgeber:
Freigegeben:
Sep 1, 2012
ISBN:
9783864251627
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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  • (2/5)
    I like where the story is going, but there is absolutely no subtlety in the characters or writing. EVERYONE IS ALWAYS YELLING !!
  • (4/5)
    Too much of a repeat of the previous story arcs. Not as tight in the storytelling as it used to be.One point worth mentioned is the subplot about Carl thinking his father is dead.
  • (4/5)
    So, I'm not saying the characters are overly multi-dimensional, because they're just not. But this volume is much more contemplative - less actiony - and it's not a bad thing.

    There is still plenty of things going on. Carl and Rick have to make their way forward, and it's not easy. But decent stuff happens, the whole hordes/herds thing is explained a little bit, and there are new characters. I a cool with all of that. Except for the return of the damn farm, but luckily that doesn't seem to be something I have to worry too much about.
  • (3/5)
    Eh this one was okay. They left the prison, holed up in a house and towards the end found Abraham, Eugene and Rosita. And of course Rick and Carl found the rest of the group as well. Nothing stood out for me in this volume, but I enjoyed it nonetheless especially seeing Eugene's mullet in comic format.
  • (4/5)
    After the heightened action of previous volumes, we finally get the chance to breathe and regroup. More importantly, we focus on Carl and Rick's relationship as it has changed. Watching Carl struggle as a man-child is all at once heartbreaking, frightening and tinged with moments of pride. Kirkman also takes time to show the obvious mental wear and tear that lead to certain, shall we say, cracks in those who have been surviving in a world where there's no rest for the undead. Of course, new developments promise that this breather was only temporary...
  • (5/5)
    Rick and Carl try to make their way alone, meet up with Michonne, are found by the group at Greene's farm, and follow a possibly mad scientist on his group's mission to DC. I appreciate the pacing in this installment - Rick clearly hasn't been able to recover from his wound, so it makes sense that his mind is playing tricks on him and that he finally decides to relinquish control. It fits with his character - he did, after all, start this saga as "a regular Barney Fife," not a superhero. It also fits the character, though, that he won't relinquish responsibility - his words to Carl are those of a leader, just of a smaller unit. I appreciated that Abraham admits to following Doctor Porter mainly because he needs a task - it would be a little too much with a whole group of potentially loony people. Looking forward to seeing how far "our group" gets with these new people.
  • (4/5)
    So deceptive Kirkman, he throws in these quieter issues where not alot happens. Because that means the next volume all hell's breaking loose. Tricky.
  • (4/5)
    In this volume we learn what happened in the aftermath of the attack on the prison. But really we only know who is for sure still alive, because no one actually saw anyone else die. And the gang decides how to proceed from here.As usual, the mayhem of last volume is balanced by a volume of quiet, introspective desperation. The next one will probably be crazy again.
  • (5/5)
    and life in The Walking Dead goes on...

    I really love Rick's vulnerability in this volume, he has lost almost everything he ever cared about and the cracks are starting to show. He has gone through a massive metamorphose since the first volume and it's so interesting to see.

    My favourite character is definitely Michonne, she is such a strong female character, and I love her skills with the katana. Sure she has a screw loose but I would have had a complete nervous breakdown in that kind of situation.

    I am excited to finally be introduced to Abraham and Eugene. I am also glad that the twins and Sophia are still alive and I am still so sad about Judith. But I guess having a baby around while you are on the road would be a terrible idea.