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The Walking Dead, Volume 9: Here We Remain

The Walking Dead, Volume 9: Here We Remain

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by Robert Kirkman, Charlie Adlard (Artist), Cliff Rathburn (Artist)

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  • 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 The world of commerce and frivolous necessity has been replaced by a world of survival and responsibility.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

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The Walking Dead, Volume 9: Here We Remain 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Ozwell More than 1 year ago
Highly recommended. Honestly? I was looking forward to some relief after the huge events of Volume 8. Instead, I got another thrilling instalment in this excellent Zombie comic. This volume kicks off with one of the creepiest stories in the series and that's saying something. There's plenty of Zombie head-splitting and other bloody dismemberments, but the drama in the opening chapter focuses on the desperate plight of two of its characters. That is, two of the few characters who survived the previous volume. This is a hallmark of Walking Dead - anyone can die. Later chapters in this volume introduce some intriguing clues about the origin of the Zombie plague. This is a welcome development and answers some interesting questions. Don't worry - this isn't pointless exposition. What we learn here is the link to a great new story arc. This may be an okay jumping on point for some readers - but I'd advise against it. You'd only be depriving yourself of the pleasure of reading in its entirety one of the very best comic series ever. If you do decide to join with this volume, a word of caution. Be prepared for some of the most tension filled thrills you've ever experienced as a reader. Also, some of the most graphic violence and language. For me, the dramatic situations that the characters land in is more disturbing, but you get the idea. This is strong stuff.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
In this one, we see what Rick and Carl go threw after the aftermath of the prison. Aunestly, I think it was a little bit short. Great story. 4.5/5
Holly More than 1 year ago
Here We Remain is issues 49-54 of the popular The Walking Dead comics! Rick and Carl are left to fend for themselves after what went down at the prison, not knowing if anyone else is still alive. As they find a house to recover in, Rick gets very sick to the point that Carl thinks he is about to turn. When Michonne shows up, they decide to go back to Hershel's farm in which they find a huge surprise waiting for them but the journey doesn't end there as they all leave to find a much safer haven wherever that maybe now. I really loved the scenes with Carl coming into his own just trying to figure stuff out at such a young age in this new scary world. This volume was a breath of fresh air after the last one but I know that much scarier people are on the way for the group. Since I have been reading these books from my local Public Library, it has made me want to go buy every single volume to date just to have them around! Thank You to Robert Kirkman for having the scene on the TV series between Rick and Carl just as powerful as it was in the comics! I borrowed this book from my local Public Library.
SleepDreamWrite More than 1 year ago
Can’t stop reading. Series keeps getting interesting. Good volume.
Sean_From_OHIO More than 1 year ago
This book, and for that part the entire series, is so full of sadness. Here we see what happens after the devastating events from the last volume. Seeing a large chunk of this through young Carl's eyes was amazing. The range of emotions that he goes through rings true for someone so young. The art was dark and moody while conveying the grossness of the Walkers. My only problem with this collection was how easy "the gang" as able to get back together. It was more convenient than plausible even in an implausible world.
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Early on in the series Rick attempts to put a through a walker head but a man stops him saving "save it for when you need it" with an epthasis on need. At first you think he meant another walker but by now you realize what he meant. A way to escape the suffering and heartbreak of the hellish world they live on. Welcome to the Walking Dead
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I didn't know I liked comics. Well, perhaps I don't really. I don't know. I LOVE this story of The Walking Dead. Is it possible to be "too impressed?" It is for me. The amazing story line that Kirkman delivers is one to easily latch on to, stay interested, and stay amazed. It is a comic strip for sure, but this world created that these poor people live in, goes to show how much one can change, develop, or better yet become. You feel right there with this special group....not trusting strangers, mourning losses, getting angry at unfortunate events, being afraid....this is intense, personal, and so well written. Not for the faint of heart, but recommended 100% to anyone looking for a world to feel attached to, and one you can identify and relate to come the intense events of all imagination in this captivating tale of zombie apocalypse. I chose to review this specific volume because it might be the most touching to me personally, with several close seconds.
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