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The Expanse Vol. 1: Origins (The Expanse Origins) (English Edition) Kindle-editie
|Lengte: 126 pagina's||Taal: Engels|
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If your a real fan of the Expanse series and books, maybe this is for you.
Background stories of the main Rocknante characters as well as Miller’s background.
It’s a graphic novel, so not a lot of depth, but does explain a few key points.
As an avid fan I really enjoyed it.
As a rabid fan of Amos Barton, I was particularly surprised by how the graphic novel handled his chapter. Very different from the rest, but also very enjoyable, and caught me off guard as it was not a “paint by the numbers” chapter.
There are a few haters leaving reviews on here, but they are all sad, lonely communists.
The paperback collects five comics, one focused on each character. If you've already read the books, then the backstories of Holden, Naomi, and Miller are already pretty well-established, and there's not much new here. Amos' childhood is even darker than I expected, although the books did hint at it.
The only really new bit concerns Alex. His character is younger on the TV show than in the books, so they've created a new storyline to clarify why he left Mars.
For fans who want more backstory, it's worth it.
“Naomi Nagata” by Georgia Lee (illustrated by Huang Danlan): This isn’t Naomi’s “origin story,” which is covered very well in the books themselves. Instead, it shows us the first introduction between Naomi and Amos prior to the events of the books/television show. I loved the growth shown by both characters even in such short, spare scenes.
Story I’d Like to See Expanded
“Josephus Miller” by Hallie Lambert (illustrated by Huang Danlan): Miller (and his hat) is one of my favorite character arcs in this series, so it was fun to get more of his background. Despite both being Belters, he and Naomi both had very different early lives. I wish we’d seen more of that in this story, rather than through the lens of adult Miller. Hopefully Corey gives us at least a novella about this at some point.