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  • Paperback: 136 pages
  • Publisher: Image Comics (Jan. 20 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1607060221
  • ISBN-13: 978-1607060222
  • Product Dimensions: 25.9 x 16.9 x 0.7 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 322 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #19,905 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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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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I liked this volume, but it just wasn't as good as the others. It's worth purchasing and it still keeps you wanting to read, but it just doesn't compare to the others. A bit of a let down? Yes. But is it still a godly series? For sure! Worth buying, and much cheaper than the store bought copies.
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This along with rest of the comic series is just incredibly captivating. I recommend buying every issue as I find the comic series is filled with just a few more spices than the tv series and trust me, they're massive spices!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Von Mandragora on Jan. 27 2009
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This waiting....such a pain...finally released!!!!!
Episode 9 is available folks and its GOOD!
I have all The walking dead serie, you always feel kinda ''sad'' when its over. You say to yourself, ''way too fast'', since it was TOO GOOD.

Its the kind of thing you never want it to finish.
Just received walking dead 9 this morning,and i couldnt stop myself from reading it...i simply could not stop. I cant say this one is the best of the serie, because they all are PERFECTS.
But i really felt this one was special, a fresh breeze really welcomed, after all Rick's unfortunated events and sad misadventures in the previous one.
The Walking Dead is not just the best zombie story of ALL TIME, its also a great novel on human psychology the way they would react in a horrible disaster.
I collect everything about zombies, and Walking Dead is WAY BEYOND THAT, its quite something else.
It has a very special spot in my huge undead collection (movies, books, video games,action toys)
ITS SUPERIOR quality from anything else you've ever seen.
So, what are you waiting for?
Order all those books now!! You REALLY won't regret it and will be proud owner of this cult addition in your shelves.
Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlar really know what they are doing.
It also follow Max Brook's Zombie survival guide perfectly.
Its so well done and contain masterful beautiful artwork, you wont be able to stop reading once you've started it and wont be able to keep your eyes off it,always searching for all those beautifuls little details in all these pictures drawn..
BRAVO!!! 5 stars on 5. Can'T wait for the 10th episode...
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful
Pause that Refreshes Jan. 17 2009
By Joseph Boone - Published on Amazon.com
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The Walking Dead is Robert Kirkman's ongoing series that attempts to make the ultimate zombie movie in comic book form. In the process, he shows the effect that living in post-zombie-apocalypse world has on people. This volume reprints issues 49-54 of the ongoing series. Following the devastating events of The Walking Dead, Vol. 8: Made to Suffer (v. 8), the story starts off with Rick and his son Carl trying to find a place of relative safety as well as make their peace with what has happened to them.

Most volumes of Walking Dead have a fair amount of action, and this one is no exception. But in terms of story, this is definitely a pause of sorts. It serves partly as an epilog to what has come before, and equally as a prolog to a major new direction in the series as it moves forward. After the nonstop tension of the past few volumes, this is a welcome break that serves the reader well. We meet some interesting new characters and the survivors undertake a major new mission that will open the book up to a number of new possibilities in future volumes.

Overall, this is an easy book to recommend to readers who have followed the series up to this point. The story moves along at a good pace and there are some great moments featuring Carl and Rick. As much as I've enjoyed where Walking Dead has gone in past chapters, I'm equally curious to read more about what's still to come.
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Picking up the pieces Jan. 17 2009
By Patrick S. Dorazio - Published on Amazon.com
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After the violent explosion that was Volume 8 of this series it was to be expected that this segment of the story about Rick would be told with a little bit of a softer touch.
Rick and Carl are struggling to move on after the massacre at the prison and Michonne is off wandering by herself, killing the remnants of the zombies left at the prison.
Rick and Carl both get to face their fears and try to cope with the loss of everyone they knew, not knowing if anyone at all survived but knowing that Lori is gone from them. Each of them faces this in their own way and Robert Kirkman's compelling storyline reminds me that while the zombie action and full on mayhem of Volume 8 was part of the reason I really enjoy this series the smaller, quieter moments of everyone trying to retain some sense of humanity also make this series great.
The story leads us to some new people who perhaps are going to inject a spark of hope into the small group that Rick, Carl, and Michonne come together with, but that remains to be seen. Given the ups and downs that Rick has faced I can't say that I blame him when he tells Carl that he should trust no one and never, ever let his guard down.
The saga continues with wonderful storytelling and keeps me wondering what is next for Rick and the few survivors of prison as they hit the road once again.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
A Necessary Pause March 9 2009
By Plebeianprint - Published on Amazon.com
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while it's true that this volume is slower than the last three, it is necessarily so. the intimacy present in volume 9 serves as the after-dinner cigarette to help stimulate digestion of the roller coaster ride of recent events. Kirkman is not slipping, and the series isn't going to stagnate; the focus of this story is changing into something more personal and real, if that was possible.

however, this volume is not without its shockers, surprises and scares (though they are scares of a different nature). it is one part epilogue, one part prologue (and two parts awesome).
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Series stays amazing. Feb. 7 2009
By Robert Beveridge - Published on Amazon.com
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Robert Kirkman, The Walking Dead: Here We Remain (Image, 2009)

Note: this review contains major spoilers for Made to Suffer, the previous book in the series, and possibly books five, six, and seven as well. If you're planning on reading the series and haven't gotten that far yet, skip this review. (And if you're not reading this series, you darned well should be.)

After the apocalypse that was Made to Suffer, the eighth book in Kirkman's excellent series, Rick and Michonne, who previously went their separate ways, are left to pick up the pieces in Here We Remain. As we open, just after the events of the last book, Michonne has come across the remains of the RV, while Rick and Cal, the only two survivors from the last stand at the prison, have fled into the woods and are simply looking for a place to rest. They find it, and with it, a miracle: a working telephone, which Rick uses to communicate with what seems to be another small band of survivors. But that's far from the only revelation to be found here. Here We Remain is a volume of setup, as Kirkman switches major storylines, but it's very good setup. It's often how authors handle this kind of volume, where nothing huge happens, that shows the real strength of an ongoing series; it should be no surprise to anyone who's been around since day one, but if you needed any more evidence, here it is; The Walking Dead is one of the strongest series going today. Highly recommended. ****
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
A chance to catch your breath May 30 2012
By TW Brown, Author, Editor, and Reviewer - Published on Amazon.com
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After the gut-wrenching conclusion of volume eight, Made to Suffer, you might be a bit reluctant to crack open volume nine, Here We Remain. If Robert Kirkman has done anything, he's proven that he is a fearless storyteller. He refuses to coddle the reader. The series up to now has been harsh, gritty, and real.

Here We Remain feels like a chance to catch your breath. Unlike volume seven, The Calm Before, where you are actually warned that there are bad things happening so take a moment to find your `Happy Place", this chapter of the story feels like a bit of a reset button having been pressed.

Some time is spent allowing Rick's son, Carl, to take center stage. Kirkman does a remarkable job of capturing the resilience of children while balancing it with their fragility. It is painfully realistic and, once more, confirms his place as the new master of the genre.

A handful of the cast remain after the raid, led by the Governor, against the prison. With everybody scattered to the winds, this episode details the slow coagulation of the remaining members of the group once led by Rick Grimes. There are a few new dynamics introduced, including an unsettling bit centered around a telephone.

Some new faces arrive to fill the vacancies created by the climactic conclusion of Made to Suffer Sergeant Abraham Ford and two companions, one of which claims to know how to "cure" the problem of the dead returning.

This far into the story, the reader is probably just as skeptical of newcomers as the characters. It doesn't help that Sergeant Ford is a bit scary looking. Judging by appearances, he seems like a problem. Perhaps we've become just a little bit gun-shy. I blame Mister Kirkman.

Here We Remain is a chance to catch your breath in this series. It maintains the tension, adds depth to some characters, and introduces others. A purpose is now introduced beyond mere survival. Can there really be a cure? all any of us can do is pick up volume ten.

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