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  • Paperback: 132 pages
  • Publisher: Image Comics; First Printing edition (Dec 29 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1607064405
  • ISBN-13: 978-1607064404
  • Product Dimensions: 1.3 x 16.5 x 25.1 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 281 g
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An intense read. It's interesting to see how far the characters (the ones that's have survived anyway) have evolved over the course of the 15 volumes. This just goes to show - the Zombie apocalypse is not for the faint of heart!
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shipping is super fast!! and the comic itself is great, fast read and addicting! Different then the show which makes it more fun to read!
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A must read for any Walking Dead fan!
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HASH(0xa2a8a2a0) out of 5 stars The Zombie Epic Continues: A Chapter Of Rebuilding, Introspection, And The Importance of Community Jan. 11 2012
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The inevitable expansion of "The Walking Dead" universe continues with this collected volume in the comic franchise. Having been a huge Dead fan since the first graphic novels, I have watched the enterprise turn into an outright phenomenon. I've reviewed it all from the graphic novels, to the collectibles, to AMC's television production, to the latest incarnation--the novelization by series creator Robert Kirkman and tidy horror writer Jay Bonansinga. "The Walking Dead: Rise of the Governor." But nothing gives me more satisfaction than keeping up with the epic in its original format and here's the latest scoop on Volume 15 "We Find Ourselves.".

The last installment "No Way Out" marked a satisfying return to action, bloodlust and monster mayhem. While early sections of its story are spread among far too many characters (we need to thin the pack!), this is the chapter in which we really see Rick reclaim his leadership role making both good and bad decisions. The entire focus of the tale is taken over by a zombie horde that has discovered our little community. Things may not be as secure as our heroes had hoped and when safety is compromised--nothing will be the same again. Mutilated corpses and surprising new victims populate this episode which is an absolute game changer. But amidst all the carnage and loss, Rick has a remarkable epiphany near the end that makes one of the most powerful soliloquies the series has yet produced.

After the stunning finale of Volume 14, therefore, it made sense that we'd get a chapter of rebuilding and introspection. Unlike some, I never mind these moments of respite. To be a truly rounded epic, the series must encompass much more than mere survival. And yet, in this instance, this may be one of the least cohesive entries into the series so far. Spending much time in romantic entanglements (some work, others not-so-much) and discussions about community, the series seems poised for another major shift. This is very much about Rick and his continued search for meaning and order in the chaos that surrounds them. As he rebuilds the community, he wants to repair his own shattered psyche. There are a some nice moments, but if I'm being completely honest, some of the dialogue seemed a bit forced with way too much speechifying that lacked an organic feel. As one character threatens the hierarchy, another challenger may be emerging. We'll see where it goes. This is a quieter episode, and not a particular favorite of mine--not because it lacked zombies, but because it seemed more constructed and "written" than a natural extension of the characters we've grown to know so well. But I still relish any chance to catch up with Rick and the gang! About 3 1/2 stars. KGHarris, 1/12.
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HASH(0xa2a8a6cc) out of 5 stars A Great Addition to our collection. Feb. 14 2013
By Jessica (Jay) - Published on Amazon.com
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My husband and I will forever be fans of this comic series. The Walking Dead as been a journey of twists and turns that started getting me into comics when they first came out. Now that it is a high rated tv show I still finding myself coming back and re-reading the entire series as it will always be the best story line and my favorite. Volume 15 was slower than a lot of other volumes but still leaves you wanting more. It is still about survival and I don't find myself getting bored anytime soon.
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HASH(0xa2a8a8f4) out of 5 stars The Walking Dead: Bigger and Better Feb. 10 2012
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The Walking Dead is by far my favorite book out there. However, I can only read The Walking Dead in trade paperback form. I can't go issue by issue. The suspense is too much for me to wait several weeks for the latest installment. I'd rather wait months for the trade and get slammed with it all at once. Kirkman's writing style is superb. The characters feel very real and genuine in their struggles. No one is safe and I find it hard to predict what happens next. This particular issue was a bit on the slow side, but Kirkman never disappoints. Even if you aren't a fan of comics, The Walking Dead is a non-stop page turner from beginning to end. I've converted several people who think comics are juvenile into devout Walking Dead heads. I highly recommend this and urge you to give it a try.
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HASH(0xa2a8a7ec) out of 5 stars Come in Robert Kirkman!!! Jan. 5 2012
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SPOILER ALERT!!! I found Vol 15 slow pace refreshing but the dynamic between Rick and Andrea really threw me off. Not because it was not realistic but I feel it ruins an important dynamic of "the group". IT feels as though the story is forced (especially the kissing w/ Andrea and Rick at the end) and it's almost like it's more like the TV show with it's love triangles and what not than the graphic novel I've come to love. I enjoyed the fact that Rick and Andrea have had great respect for each other and a sort of "comradery" between the two of them up until this point that has been sacraficed for the sake of "shock value" to keep the story interesting. IT's a good read like always but I'm starting to worry that the freshness and realism that made the early vols. refreshing is starting to turn into a forced reflection of the TV show. You don't feel the love poured into this one that you do the older ones. Even the art work seemed a little "lazy" compared to Charlie's standards. Don't get me wrong, it was TWD but something was missing and has been (since vol 11) that I hope Kirkman get's back too.
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HASH(0xa2a8acb4) out of 5 stars Kirkman Is Building Up Towards Something Big Here Jan. 3 2012
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** spoiler alert ** This is the first time I finished a Walking Dead book and was not in love with it. I almost did not even get what the point of this book was because it seems like all of the loose threads that Kirkman tied up are about to unravel again. The main story line that is resolved is Carl, he will live. Rick also came to some realizations regarding his son and hopefully Carl will get the chance to be a kid again. Rick also came to realize that he had been thinking about survival the wrong way and that he now wants to live in the community and unite everyone. There was a significant amount of character development on Ricks part. One of the plot lines was that Nicholas was unhappy with Rick taking over and wanted to kill him. After a confrontation with Glenn that Rick stumbles into Nicholas is spared his life. So we get past an attempted plot to overthrow Rick, only to have Holly plant the same seed in Abraham's head. This is what I cannot get past, either the community realizes Rick and his group have real world experience that can protect them or they let them move on or kick them out. The sub-plots where someone needs to be ousted because someone else is power hungry and greedy needs to stop. I also had a feeling towards the middle something was up with Rick and Andrea because Rick was spending more time with her, still them kissing at the end was a confusing moment for me. All this time Rick has been mourning Lori and even the phone came out in this one where Lori told Rick to bugger off. Andrea has also been otherwise occupied by other love interests. So this one came a little out of left field. I rather like Andrea in the comics and shes ok on the show too. I think pairing Rick and Andrea together would work better in the books rather than the show. So it will be interesting to see where this story line goes. Overall the comic was good because Rick in some ways started to pull his self together and he has needed to do so for awhile. I saw some reviewers call this one a filler, they may be right in some aspects but I have to disagree. While the Nicholas sub-plot was weak this book is setting us up for whatever goes down with Abraham and would explain Rick's new approach to dealing with the community. Let's not forget what people may have overlooked Glenn and Maggie and now Maggie is unhappy in the community. If Glenn want's to leave for Maggie that will have an effect, especially on Ricks group and Carl. If Glenn and Maggie go so does Sophia the only real friend Carl has. There were many sub-plots that were rather subtle in this book that their significance could be easily overlooked. In the end it's the little things that could play a larger role in later books. Overall this is a solid 4 star book whose events will play a larger role in the next book.