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The Stand: Soul Survivors Hardcover – Jul 21 2010

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Not as dramatic Aug. 29 2010
By Derrick O'Rourke - Published on
Format: Hardcover
This volume like the others sticks faithfully to the source material but I found the most exciting parts of the original didn't come across as impactful in comic book format. The scenes just came & went too quickly. Otherwise everything you want from an adaptation of a Stephen King book is in this volume.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Maybe I'm an Idiot Dec 26 2011
By William M. Tayloe - Published on
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
This series of comics was started several years ago but isn't finished yet? I want to purchase the entire set of the Marvel rendition of "The Stand". My difficulty is trying to figure out what are the order of these books. I have
figured Volumes I and 3 because the volume number is included in their titles but what of the others?
Is the following list correct?
Vol 1 "Capt. Trips"
Vol.2 "American Nightmares"
Vol 3 "Soul Survivors"
Vol 4 "Hard Cases"
Vol 5 "No Man's Land"
Vol 6 "The Night Has Come"
I look forward to anyone correcting the above. Thanks
The Suvivors of the Plague Pull Even Closer Together (*spoilers included*) May 12 2012
By J. Hill - Published on
Format: Hardcover
The third series in Marvel's adaptation of The Stand, Soul Survivors, continues the process begun in the last series of pulling all of the characters together, this time mainly on the "good" side. The excellent artwork depicts every character in sharp detail, interpreting Stephen King's descriptions from his novel with fantastic clarity. Reading and looking at these graphic novels makes me feel like I'm seeing King's book happen right in front of me, a book I've read numerous times, gaining close familiarity with the characters and the events that transpire. Not that I'm claiming to be an expert, but after reading it and watching the movie by King and Mick Garris many times each, I've come to know the story quite well. One of the joys of this series is seeing so many of the scenes not shown in the movie, like the chaotic gunfight between the captors of Susan Stern and Dayna Jurgens and the group made up of Stu, Fran, Harold, and Glen. Not to mention the tornado that Nick and Tom escape.

Which reminds me--bringing the characters together. In the first chapter, Nick meets Tom Cullen in Oklahoma, and then decides to let Tom travel with him. After a dangerous encounter with Julie Lawry, the two are picked up by Ralph Brentner. In Chapter Two, Larry, who is alone after the death of his first road companion, Rita, meets Nadine Cross and Joe. In the third chapter, Stu's crew accepts Susan and Dayna, along with a few other survivors, into their camp after winning the insane showdown, then proceed toward Nebraska and Mother Abigail. Also, Stu and Fran finally begin their romantic relationship, but are unwittingly spied on by Harold. The fourth chapter formally introduces Mother Abigail, devoting the entire chapter to illustrating her life history and recent visions and messages from God concerning the upcoming struggle with Randall Flagg. At the end of this chapter, Nick, Tom, and Brent are the first to reach her house at Hemmingord Home, Nebraska. The last chapter features the botched appendectomy Stu and the others attempt to perform, and Mother Abigail leaving Hemmingford Home with the few who've arrived, headed for Boulder, Colorado, where the rest of the survivors will gather. Any fan of The Stand couldn't ask for a better adaptation than Marvel has put together, and this installment is no exception. They've done a truly amazing job providing a worthy companion to Stephen King's novel.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Amazing art and story! July 30 2010
By I'm Leah - Published on
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
Very true to the book, the art is wonderful! I just wish that the entire series was released at once. I dont like WAITING!
Great adaptation of a great Stephen King Novel March 20 2013
By J. Ducharme - Published on
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
Not ready to commit to the 1,000+ pages of the full version of "the Stand"? Enjoyed "The Stand" and want to re-experience it in a different way? These graphic novel versions are a great way to experience, or re-introduce yourself to the best Stephen King Novel out there. These hardcover versions are great as it packs a lot into one book. The graphics in the book are great as well.