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  • Paperback: 132 pages
  • Publisher: Image Comics (Dec 27 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1607064405
  • ISBN-13: 978-1607064404
  • Product Dimensions: 25.6 x 16.9 x 0.7 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 281 g
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #15,792 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Tammy Sieben on March 22 2012
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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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By amanda on June 25 2013
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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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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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A Great Addition to our collection. Feb. 14 2013
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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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so cool Jan. 9 2013
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our daughter is a lover of walking dead and she is very thrilled with the product...shipped quickly and well packaged!
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The Walking Dead: Bigger and Better Feb. 10 2012
By Jon Walker - Published on Amazon.com
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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.
5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Slow moving but brings up good questions. Jan. 3 2012
By Mr. Thomas A. Murphy - Published on Amazon.com
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Like others have noted, there isn't much action in this one. However, what I liked:

Why does one person, not elected by the main group of people, get to tell others what to do? Why do *I* have to be the ditchdigger? The person that comes across as the minor 'bad guy' in this story...WAS FREAKIN RIGHT! Am I seeing something there that the author didn't intend? I don't think so... The fact he apologised to Rick afterword and said he'd tow the line didn't make him wrong. He just caved because he had no choice. He didn't have people behind him and lacked the skills to communicate what he thought was wrong and so realized that he had to surrender or die.

Rick has waxed philosophically about worrying becoming a bad guy for many of the past volumes...but he just dodged a bullet here. Even though he dodged it he still talked about how worthless the guy was. Rick, man, the man was not weak and worthless. The fact that you think so means you are really skirting becoming something very bad. Not Governor bad but still bad.

Rick is not a good leader. He is a good 'technical' leader which is important but he is the suck for getting everyone on the same track and raising morale. Cohesion is not a strength of his :)

That's the thing I love about this series...the flawed Rick :)

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