The Walking Dead : Here We Remain v. 9, Paperback

The Walking Dead : Here We Remain v. 9 Paperback

4 out of 5 (9 ratings)




  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 136 pages, chiefly Illustrations
  • Publisher: Image Comics
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Horror & ghost stories
  • ISBN: 9781607060222



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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.

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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...

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I like where the story is going, but there is absolutely no subtlety in the characters or writing. EVERYONE IS ALWAYS YELLING !!

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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.<br/><br/>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. <spoiler>Except for the return of the damn farm, but luckily that doesn't seem to be something I have to worry too much about.</spoiler>

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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.

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