The Expanse: Origins (The Expanse Origins #1-5)

The Expanse: Origins (The Expanse Origins #1-5)

The official graphic novel tie-in to the hit SyFy television series revealing the untold origin stories of the main characters . Based on the bestselling books and tying into the hit television series, The Expanse: Origins reveals the untold genesis of the crew members of The Rocinante. As interplanetary tensions reach an all-time high, The Rocinante crew finds themselves a The official graphic novel tie-in to the hit SyFy television series revealing the untold origin stories of the main c...

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Title:The Expanse: Origins (The Expanse Origins #1-5)
Author:James S.A. Corey
Rating:
Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:1684151147
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:144 pages pages

The Expanse: Origins (The Expanse Origins #1-5) Reviews

  • Amanda
    Apr 26, 2018

    Posted at Heradas First things first, these stories follow The Expanse television series continuity and not necessarily the book series continuity. Granted, there isn't much difference between the two, but they are growing further apart as the show continues to develop the books to ...

    This book collects the four issues of The Expanse: Origins featuring the crew of the Rocinante released as digital comics and adds a new story featuring Josephus Miller written by Hallie Lambert and illustrated by Huang Danlan. Set on Ceres, Miller's backstory feels as gritty as the ch...

    This collection provides a fair amount of backstory for The Expanse series proper without significant overlap with the print novellas and includes Detective Miller's story (remember him from the early books?) which doesn't appear to be available as a standalone. Nice art and good (shor...

    not as garbage as most tie in graphics!! points for you. ...

    I am been meaning to read these *forever.* I love that there's so much background in this collection. Seeing where Alex choices came about with his family, leading to the Roci. Seeing how Holden's moral made for a thorny path in the military. Seeing Amos's past even more than his no...

  • Annie M
    Feb 22, 2018

    Posted at Heradas First things first, these stories follow The Expanse television series continuity and not necessarily the book series continuity. Granted, there isn't much difference between the two, but they are growing further apart as the show continues to develop the books to ...

    This book collects the four issues of The Expanse: Origins featuring the crew of the Rocinante released as digital comics and adds a new story featuring Josephus Miller written by Hallie Lambert and illustrated by Huang Danlan. Set on Ceres, Miller's backstory feels as gritty as the ch...

    This collection provides a fair amount of backstory for The Expanse series proper without significant overlap with the print novellas and includes Detective Miller's story (remember him from the early books?) which doesn't appear to be available as a standalone. Nice art and good (shor...

    not as garbage as most tie in graphics!! points for you. ...

    I am been meaning to read these *forever.* I love that there's so much background in this collection. Seeing where Alex choices came about with his family, leading to the Roci. Seeing how Holden's moral made for a thorny path in the military. Seeing Amos's past even more than his no...

    I loved rereading this! ...

    Origin stories are a tricky thing to pull off. You want to give insight and information into the backgrounds of characters that we love, in a few of these stories that are told in this collection the writers succeed but in more instances the stories either fall flat or offer no real cl...

    Para los adictos que estamos esperando la octava entrega de la saga este tebeo se aparece como una especie de metadona en nuestra adicción. No es lo mismo que los libros, me digo, pero algo tendrá. Pues no. No sirve como sustituto. Son cinco historias, una para cada personaje (Holden...

    not expansive Nice little bits of trivia for the characters. Not sure if the stories are written somewhere else. Holden?s, in particularly, was not very meaningful, as it hardly expands or elaborates on the character?s character. The others add to the emotional depth of the char...

    Fun back stories, nothing stellar... well figuratively speaking at least. ...

    Some of it wasn't necessary information but some of it helped too. ...

    Rating: 3.5 Stars ...

    This isn?t some deep meaningful graphic novel, but it?s a great companion if you love the series the Expanse. ...

    I like this series but this doesn?t add a lot to the series beyond what we?ve already been told. ...

    I enjoyed learning more about the back stories of these characters. Alex Kamal's story is heartbreaking, the others were about what I would have expected. I recommend this for Expanse fans. ...

    It was good. I was hoping for more background information than it gave (I've been watching the show). But it was still good. ...

    This was a really cool comic, giving some backstory to the main characters. If you enjoy the tv series or the books, its worth checking out. ...

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  • Mark
    Feb 28, 2018

    Posted at Heradas First things first, these stories follow The Expanse television series continuity and not necessarily the book series continuity. Granted, there isn't much difference between the two, but they are growing further apart as the show continues to develop the books to ...

    This book collects the four issues of The Expanse: Origins featuring the crew of the Rocinante released as digital comics and adds a new story featuring Josephus Miller written by Hallie Lambert and illustrated by Huang Danlan. Set on Ceres, Miller's backstory feels as gritty as the ch...

  • Remo
    Jul 12, 2018

    Posted at Heradas First things first, these stories follow The Expanse television series continuity and not necessarily the book series continuity. Granted, there isn't much difference between the two, but they are growing further apart as the show continues to develop the books to ...

    This book collects the four issues of The Expanse: Origins featuring the crew of the Rocinante released as digital comics and adds a new story featuring Josephus Miller written by Hallie Lambert and illustrated by Huang Danlan. Set on Ceres, Miller's backstory feels as gritty as the ch...

    This collection provides a fair amount of backstory for The Expanse series proper without significant overlap with the print novellas and includes Detective Miller's story (remember him from the early books?) which doesn't appear to be available as a standalone. Nice art and good (shor...

    not as garbage as most tie in graphics!! points for you. ...

    I am been meaning to read these *forever.* I love that there's so much background in this collection. Seeing where Alex choices came about with his family, leading to the Roci. Seeing how Holden's moral made for a thorny path in the military. Seeing Amos's past even more than his no...

    I loved rereading this! ...

    Origin stories are a tricky thing to pull off. You want to give insight and information into the backgrounds of characters that we love, in a few of these stories that are told in this collection the writers succeed but in more instances the stories either fall flat or offer no real cl...

    Para los adictos que estamos esperando la octava entrega de la saga este tebeo se aparece como una especie de metadona en nuestra adicción. No es lo mismo que los libros, me digo, pero algo tendrá. Pues no. No sirve como sustituto. Son cinco historias, una para cada personaje (Holden...

  • Pat
    Jun 06, 2018

    Posted at Heradas First things first, these stories follow The Expanse television series continuity and not necessarily the book series continuity. Granted, there isn't much difference between the two, but they are growing further apart as the show continues to develop the books to ...

    This book collects the four issues of The Expanse: Origins featuring the crew of the Rocinante released as digital comics and adds a new story featuring Josephus Miller written by Hallie Lambert and illustrated by Huang Danlan. Set on Ceres, Miller's backstory feels as gritty as the ch...

    This collection provides a fair amount of backstory for The Expanse series proper without significant overlap with the print novellas and includes Detective Miller's story (remember him from the early books?) which doesn't appear to be available as a standalone. Nice art and good (shor...

    not as garbage as most tie in graphics!! points for you. ...

    I am been meaning to read these *forever.* I love that there's so much background in this collection. Seeing where Alex choices came about with his family, leading to the Roci. Seeing how Holden's moral made for a thorny path in the military. Seeing Amos's past even more than his no...

    I loved rereading this! ...

    Origin stories are a tricky thing to pull off. You want to give insight and information into the backgrounds of characters that we love, in a few of these stories that are told in this collection the writers succeed but in more instances the stories either fall flat or offer no real cl...

    Para los adictos que estamos esperando la octava entrega de la saga este tebeo se aparece como una especie de metadona en nuestra adicción. No es lo mismo que los libros, me digo, pero algo tendrá. Pues no. No sirve como sustituto. Son cinco historias, una para cada personaje (Holden...

    not expansive Nice little bits of trivia for the characters. Not sure if the stories are written somewhere else. Holden?s, in particularly, was not very meaningful, as it hardly expands or elaborates on the character?s character. The others add to the emotional depth of the char...

    Fun back stories, nothing stellar... well figuratively speaking at least. ...

    Some of it wasn't necessary information but some of it helped too. ...

    Rating: 3.5 Stars ...

    This isn?t some deep meaningful graphic novel, but it?s a great companion if you love the series the Expanse. ...

    I like this series but this doesn?t add a lot to the series beyond what we?ve already been told. ...

    I enjoyed learning more about the back stories of these characters. Alex Kamal's story is heartbreaking, the others were about what I would have expected. I recommend this for Expanse fans. ...

    It was good. I was hoping for more background information than it gave (I've been watching the show). But it was still good. ...

    This was a really cool comic, giving some backstory to the main characters. If you enjoy the tv series or the books, its worth checking out. ...

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  • Dai Kitty
    Apr 10, 2018

    Posted at Heradas First things first, these stories follow The Expanse television series continuity and not necessarily the book series continuity. Granted, there isn't much difference between the two, but they are growing further apart as the show continues to develop the books to ...

    This book collects the four issues of The Expanse: Origins featuring the crew of the Rocinante released as digital comics and adds a new story featuring Josephus Miller written by Hallie Lambert and illustrated by Huang Danlan. Set on Ceres, Miller's backstory feels as gritty as the ch...

    This collection provides a fair amount of backstory for The Expanse series proper without significant overlap with the print novellas and includes Detective Miller's story (remember him from the early books?) which doesn't appear to be available as a standalone. Nice art and good (shor...

    not as garbage as most tie in graphics!! points for you. ...

    I am been meaning to read these *forever.* I love that there's so much background in this collection. Seeing where Alex choices came about with his family, leading to the Roci. Seeing how Holden's moral made for a thorny path in the military. Seeing Amos's past even more than his no...

    I loved rereading this! ...

  • Ahdom
    Apr 19, 2018

    Posted at Heradas First things first, these stories follow The Expanse television series continuity and not necessarily the book series continuity. Granted, there isn't much difference between the two, but they are growing further apart as the show continues to develop the books to ...

    This book collects the four issues of The Expanse: Origins featuring the crew of the Rocinante released as digital comics and adds a new story featuring Josephus Miller written by Hallie Lambert and illustrated by Huang Danlan. Set on Ceres, Miller's backstory feels as gritty as the ch...

    This collection provides a fair amount of backstory for The Expanse series proper without significant overlap with the print novellas and includes Detective Miller's story (remember him from the early books?) which doesn't appear to be available as a standalone. Nice art and good (shor...

    not as garbage as most tie in graphics!! points for you. ...

    I am been meaning to read these *forever.* I love that there's so much background in this collection. Seeing where Alex choices came about with his family, leading to the Roci. Seeing how Holden's moral made for a thorny path in the military. Seeing Amos's past even more than his no...

    I loved rereading this! ...

    Origin stories are a tricky thing to pull off. You want to give insight and information into the backgrounds of characters that we love, in a few of these stories that are told in this collection the writers succeed but in more instances the stories either fall flat or offer no real cl...

    Para los adictos que estamos esperando la octava entrega de la saga este tebeo se aparece como una especie de metadona en nuestra adicción. No es lo mismo que los libros, me digo, pero algo tendrá. Pues no. No sirve como sustituto. Son cinco historias, una para cada personaje (Holden...

    not expansive Nice little bits of trivia for the characters. Not sure if the stories are written somewhere else. Holden?s, in particularly, was not very meaningful, as it hardly expands or elaborates on the character?s character. The others add to the emotional depth of the char...

    Fun back stories, nothing stellar... well figuratively speaking at least. ...

    Some of it wasn't necessary information but some of it helped too. ...

    Rating: 3.5 Stars ...

    This isn?t some deep meaningful graphic novel, but it?s a great companion if you love the series the Expanse. ...

    I like this series but this doesn?t add a lot to the series beyond what we?ve already been told. ...

    I enjoyed learning more about the back stories of these characters. Alex Kamal's story is heartbreaking, the others were about what I would have expected. I recommend this for Expanse fans. ...

    It was good. I was hoping for more background information than it gave (I've been watching the show). But it was still good. ...

    This was a really cool comic, giving some backstory to the main characters. If you enjoy the tv series or the books, its worth checking out. ...

  • Paul Runkle
    Jul 05, 2018

    Posted at Heradas First things first, these stories follow The Expanse television series continuity and not necessarily the book series continuity. Granted, there isn't much difference between the two, but they are growing further apart as the show continues to develop the books to ...

    This book collects the four issues of The Expanse: Origins featuring the crew of the Rocinante released as digital comics and adds a new story featuring Josephus Miller written by Hallie Lambert and illustrated by Huang Danlan. Set on Ceres, Miller's backstory feels as gritty as the ch...

    This collection provides a fair amount of backstory for The Expanse series proper without significant overlap with the print novellas and includes Detective Miller's story (remember him from the early books?) which doesn't appear to be available as a standalone. Nice art and good (shor...

    not as garbage as most tie in graphics!! points for you. ...

    I am been meaning to read these *forever.* I love that there's so much background in this collection. Seeing where Alex choices came about with his family, leading to the Roci. Seeing how Holden's moral made for a thorny path in the military. Seeing Amos's past even more than his no...

    I loved rereading this! ...

    Origin stories are a tricky thing to pull off. You want to give insight and information into the backgrounds of characters that we love, in a few of these stories that are told in this collection the writers succeed but in more instances the stories either fall flat or offer no real cl...

    Para los adictos que estamos esperando la octava entrega de la saga este tebeo se aparece como una especie de metadona en nuestra adicción. No es lo mismo que los libros, me digo, pero algo tendrá. Pues no. No sirve como sustituto. Son cinco historias, una para cada personaje (Holden...

    not expansive Nice little bits of trivia for the characters. Not sure if the stories are written somewhere else. Holden?s, in particularly, was not very meaningful, as it hardly expands or elaborates on the character?s character. The others add to the emotional depth of the char...

    Fun back stories, nothing stellar... well figuratively speaking at least. ...

    Some of it wasn't necessary information but some of it helped too. ...

    Rating: 3.5 Stars ...

    This isn?t some deep meaningful graphic novel, but it?s a great companion if you love the series the Expanse. ...

    I like this series but this doesn?t add a lot to the series beyond what we?ve already been told. ...

    I enjoyed learning more about the back stories of these characters. Alex Kamal's story is heartbreaking, the others were about what I would have expected. I recommend this for Expanse fans. ...

    It was good. I was hoping for more background information than it gave (I've been watching the show). But it was still good. ...

    This was a really cool comic, giving some backstory to the main characters. If you enjoy the tv series or the books, its worth checking out. ...

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  • Dwarf
    Jun 01, 2018

    Posted at Heradas First things first, these stories follow The Expanse television series continuity and not necessarily the book series continuity. Granted, there isn't much difference between the two, but they are growing further apart as the show continues to develop the books to ...

    This book collects the four issues of The Expanse: Origins featuring the crew of the Rocinante released as digital comics and adds a new story featuring Josephus Miller written by Hallie Lambert and illustrated by Huang Danlan. Set on Ceres, Miller's backstory feels as gritty as the ch...

    This collection provides a fair amount of backstory for The Expanse series proper without significant overlap with the print novellas and includes Detective Miller's story (remember him from the early books?) which doesn't appear to be available as a standalone. Nice art and good (shor...

    not as garbage as most tie in graphics!! points for you. ...

    I am been meaning to read these *forever.* I love that there's so much background in this collection. Seeing where Alex choices came about with his family, leading to the Roci. Seeing how Holden's moral made for a thorny path in the military. Seeing Amos's past even more than his no...

    I loved rereading this! ...

    Origin stories are a tricky thing to pull off. You want to give insight and information into the backgrounds of characters that we love, in a few of these stories that are told in this collection the writers succeed but in more instances the stories either fall flat or offer no real cl...

    Para los adictos que estamos esperando la octava entrega de la saga este tebeo se aparece como una especie de metadona en nuestra adicción. No es lo mismo que los libros, me digo, pero algo tendrá. Pues no. No sirve como sustituto. Son cinco historias, una para cada personaje (Holden...

    not expansive Nice little bits of trivia for the characters. Not sure if the stories are written somewhere else. Holden?s, in particularly, was not very meaningful, as it hardly expands or elaborates on the character?s character. The others add to the emotional depth of the char...

    Fun back stories, nothing stellar... well figuratively speaking at least. ...

    Some of it wasn't necessary information but some of it helped too. ...

    Rating: 3.5 Stars ...

    This isn?t some deep meaningful graphic novel, but it?s a great companion if you love the series the Expanse. ...

    I like this series but this doesn?t add a lot to the series beyond what we?ve already been told. ...

    I enjoyed learning more about the back stories of these characters. Alex Kamal's story is heartbreaking, the others were about what I would have expected. I recommend this for Expanse fans. ...

    It was good. I was hoping for more background information than it gave (I've been watching the show). But it was still good. ...

    This was a really cool comic, giving some backstory to the main characters. If you enjoy the tv series or the books, its worth checking out. ...

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  • Daniel
    Feb 23, 2018

    Posted at Heradas First things first, these stories follow The Expanse television series continuity and not necessarily the book series continuity. Granted, there isn't much difference between the two, but they are growing further apart as the show continues to develop the books to ...

    This book collects the four issues of The Expanse: Origins featuring the crew of the Rocinante released as digital comics and adds a new story featuring Josephus Miller written by Hallie Lambert and illustrated by Huang Danlan. Set on Ceres, Miller's backstory feels as gritty as the ch...

    This collection provides a fair amount of backstory for The Expanse series proper without significant overlap with the print novellas and includes Detective Miller's story (remember him from the early books?) which doesn't appear to be available as a standalone. Nice art and good (shor...

  • Maria Mitchell
    Jun 03, 2018

    Posted at Heradas First things first, these stories follow The Expanse television series continuity and not necessarily the book series continuity. Granted, there isn't much difference between the two, but they are growing further apart as the show continues to develop the books to ...

    This book collects the four issues of The Expanse: Origins featuring the crew of the Rocinante released as digital comics and adds a new story featuring Josephus Miller written by Hallie Lambert and illustrated by Huang Danlan. Set on Ceres, Miller's backstory feels as gritty as the ch...

    This collection provides a fair amount of backstory for The Expanse series proper without significant overlap with the print novellas and includes Detective Miller's story (remember him from the early books?) which doesn't appear to be available as a standalone. Nice art and good (shor...

    not as garbage as most tie in graphics!! points for you. ...

    I am been meaning to read these *forever.* I love that there's so much background in this collection. Seeing where Alex choices came about with his family, leading to the Roci. Seeing how Holden's moral made for a thorny path in the military. Seeing Amos's past even more than his no...

    I loved rereading this! ...

    Origin stories are a tricky thing to pull off. You want to give insight and information into the backgrounds of characters that we love, in a few of these stories that are told in this collection the writers succeed but in more instances the stories either fall flat or offer no real cl...

    Para los adictos que estamos esperando la octava entrega de la saga este tebeo se aparece como una especie de metadona en nuestra adicción. No es lo mismo que los libros, me digo, pero algo tendrá. Pues no. No sirve como sustituto. Son cinco historias, una para cada personaje (Holden...

    not expansive Nice little bits of trivia for the characters. Not sure if the stories are written somewhere else. Holden?s, in particularly, was not very meaningful, as it hardly expands or elaborates on the character?s character. The others add to the emotional depth of the char...

    Fun back stories, nothing stellar... well figuratively speaking at least. ...

    Some of it wasn't necessary information but some of it helped too. ...

  • Peter Lam
    Apr 21, 2018

    Posted at Heradas First things first, these stories follow The Expanse television series continuity and not necessarily the book series continuity. Granted, there isn't much difference between the two, but they are growing further apart as the show continues to develop the books to ...

    This book collects the four issues of The Expanse: Origins featuring the crew of the Rocinante released as digital comics and adds a new story featuring Josephus Miller written by Hallie Lambert and illustrated by Huang Danlan. Set on Ceres, Miller's backstory feels as gritty as the ch...

    This collection provides a fair amount of backstory for The Expanse series proper without significant overlap with the print novellas and includes Detective Miller's story (remember him from the early books?) which doesn't appear to be available as a standalone. Nice art and good (shor...

    not as garbage as most tie in graphics!! points for you. ...

    I am been meaning to read these *forever.* I love that there's so much background in this collection. Seeing where Alex choices came about with his family, leading to the Roci. Seeing how Holden's moral made for a thorny path in the military. Seeing Amos's past even more than his no...

    I loved rereading this! ...

    Origin stories are a tricky thing to pull off. You want to give insight and information into the backgrounds of characters that we love, in a few of these stories that are told in this collection the writers succeed but in more instances the stories either fall flat or offer no real cl...

    Para los adictos que estamos esperando la octava entrega de la saga este tebeo se aparece como una especie de metadona en nuestra adicción. No es lo mismo que los libros, me digo, pero algo tendrá. Pues no. No sirve como sustituto. Son cinco historias, una para cada personaje (Holden...

    not expansive Nice little bits of trivia for the characters. Not sure if the stories are written somewhere else. Holden?s, in particularly, was not very meaningful, as it hardly expands or elaborates on the character?s character. The others add to the emotional depth of the char...

    Fun back stories, nothing stellar... well figuratively speaking at least. ...

    Some of it wasn't necessary information but some of it helped too. ...

    Rating: 3.5 Stars ...

    This isn?t some deep meaningful graphic novel, but it?s a great companion if you love the series the Expanse. ...

    I like this series but this doesn?t add a lot to the series beyond what we?ve already been told. ...

    I enjoyed learning more about the back stories of these characters. Alex Kamal's story is heartbreaking, the others were about what I would have expected. I recommend this for Expanse fans. ...

    It was good. I was hoping for more background information than it gave (I've been watching the show). But it was still good. ...

    This was a really cool comic, giving some backstory to the main characters. If you enjoy the tv series or the books, its worth checking out. ...

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  • Periklis
    Feb 25, 2018

    Posted at Heradas First things first, these stories follow The Expanse television series continuity and not necessarily the book series continuity. Granted, there isn't much difference between the two, but they are growing further apart as the show continues to develop the books to ...

    This book collects the four issues of The Expanse: Origins featuring the crew of the Rocinante released as digital comics and adds a new story featuring Josephus Miller written by Hallie Lambert and illustrated by Huang Danlan. Set on Ceres, Miller's backstory feels as gritty as the ch...

    This collection provides a fair amount of backstory for The Expanse series proper without significant overlap with the print novellas and includes Detective Miller's story (remember him from the early books?) which doesn't appear to be available as a standalone. Nice art and good (shor...

    not as garbage as most tie in graphics!! points for you. ...

    I am been meaning to read these *forever.* I love that there's so much background in this collection. Seeing where Alex choices came about with his family, leading to the Roci. Seeing how Holden's moral made for a thorny path in the military. Seeing Amos's past even more than his no...

    I loved rereading this! ...

    Origin stories are a tricky thing to pull off. You want to give insight and information into the backgrounds of characters that we love, in a few of these stories that are told in this collection the writers succeed but in more instances the stories either fall flat or offer no real cl...

    Para los adictos que estamos esperando la octava entrega de la saga este tebeo se aparece como una especie de metadona en nuestra adicción. No es lo mismo que los libros, me digo, pero algo tendrá. Pues no. No sirve como sustituto. Son cinco historias, una para cada personaje (Holden...

    not expansive Nice little bits of trivia for the characters. Not sure if the stories are written somewhere else. Holden?s, in particularly, was not very meaningful, as it hardly expands or elaborates on the character?s character. The others add to the emotional depth of the char...

    Fun back stories, nothing stellar... well figuratively speaking at least. ...

    Some of it wasn't necessary information but some of it helped too. ...

    Rating: 3.5 Stars ...

    This isn?t some deep meaningful graphic novel, but it?s a great companion if you love the series the Expanse. ...

    I like this series but this doesn?t add a lot to the series beyond what we?ve already been told. ...

    I enjoyed learning more about the back stories of these characters. Alex Kamal's story is heartbreaking, the others were about what I would have expected. I recommend this for Expanse fans. ...

    It was good. I was hoping for more background information than it gave (I've been watching the show). But it was still good. ...

    This was a really cool comic, giving some backstory to the main characters. If you enjoy the tv series or the books, its worth checking out. ...

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  • Kevin Kelsey
    Feb 13, 2018

    Posted at Heradas First things first, these stories follow The Expanse television series continuity and not necessarily the book series continuity. Granted, there isn't much difference between the two, but they are growing further apart as the show continues to develop the books to ...

  • Svenja
    May 27, 2018

    Posted at Heradas First things first, these stories follow The Expanse television series continuity and not necessarily the book series continuity. Granted, there isn't much difference between the two, but they are growing further apart as the show continues to develop the books to ...

    This book collects the four issues of The Expanse: Origins featuring the crew of the Rocinante released as digital comics and adds a new story featuring Josephus Miller written by Hallie Lambert and illustrated by Huang Danlan. Set on Ceres, Miller's backstory feels as gritty as the ch...

    This collection provides a fair amount of backstory for The Expanse series proper without significant overlap with the print novellas and includes Detective Miller's story (remember him from the early books?) which doesn't appear to be available as a standalone. Nice art and good (shor...

    not as garbage as most tie in graphics!! points for you. ...

    I am been meaning to read these *forever.* I love that there's so much background in this collection. Seeing where Alex choices came about with his family, leading to the Roci. Seeing how Holden's moral made for a thorny path in the military. Seeing Amos's past even more than his no...

    I loved rereading this! ...

    Origin stories are a tricky thing to pull off. You want to give insight and information into the backgrounds of characters that we love, in a few of these stories that are told in this collection the writers succeed but in more instances the stories either fall flat or offer no real cl...

    Para los adictos que estamos esperando la octava entrega de la saga este tebeo se aparece como una especie de metadona en nuestra adicción. No es lo mismo que los libros, me digo, pero algo tendrá. Pues no. No sirve como sustituto. Son cinco historias, una para cada personaje (Holden...

    not expansive Nice little bits of trivia for the characters. Not sure if the stories are written somewhere else. Holden?s, in particularly, was not very meaningful, as it hardly expands or elaborates on the character?s character. The others add to the emotional depth of the char...

    Fun back stories, nothing stellar... well figuratively speaking at least. ...

    Some of it wasn't necessary information but some of it helped too. ...

    Rating: 3.5 Stars ...

    This isn?t some deep meaningful graphic novel, but it?s a great companion if you love the series the Expanse. ...

    I like this series but this doesn?t add a lot to the series beyond what we?ve already been told. ...

    I enjoyed learning more about the back stories of these characters. Alex Kamal's story is heartbreaking, the others were about what I would have expected. I recommend this for Expanse fans. ...

    It was good. I was hoping for more background information than it gave (I've been watching the show). But it was still good. ...

    This was a really cool comic, giving some backstory to the main characters. If you enjoy the tv series or the books, its worth checking out. ...

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  • Doug
    May 22, 2018

    Posted at Heradas First things first, these stories follow The Expanse television series continuity and not necessarily the book series continuity. Granted, there isn't much difference between the two, but they are growing further apart as the show continues to develop the books to ...

    This book collects the four issues of The Expanse: Origins featuring the crew of the Rocinante released as digital comics and adds a new story featuring Josephus Miller written by Hallie Lambert and illustrated by Huang Danlan. Set on Ceres, Miller's backstory feels as gritty as the ch...

    This collection provides a fair amount of backstory for The Expanse series proper without significant overlap with the print novellas and includes Detective Miller's story (remember him from the early books?) which doesn't appear to be available as a standalone. Nice art and good (shor...

    not as garbage as most tie in graphics!! points for you. ...

    I am been meaning to read these *forever.* I love that there's so much background in this collection. Seeing where Alex choices came about with his family, leading to the Roci. Seeing how Holden's moral made for a thorny path in the military. Seeing Amos's past even more than his no...

    I loved rereading this! ...

    Origin stories are a tricky thing to pull off. You want to give insight and information into the backgrounds of characters that we love, in a few of these stories that are told in this collection the writers succeed but in more instances the stories either fall flat or offer no real cl...

    Para los adictos que estamos esperando la octava entrega de la saga este tebeo se aparece como una especie de metadona en nuestra adicción. No es lo mismo que los libros, me digo, pero algo tendrá. Pues no. No sirve como sustituto. Son cinco historias, una para cada personaje (Holden...

    not expansive Nice little bits of trivia for the characters. Not sure if the stories are written somewhere else. Holden?s, in particularly, was not very meaningful, as it hardly expands or elaborates on the character?s character. The others add to the emotional depth of the char...

    Fun back stories, nothing stellar... well figuratively speaking at least. ...

  • Jenn Gerber
    May 12, 2018

    Posted at Heradas First things first, these stories follow The Expanse television series continuity and not necessarily the book series continuity. Granted, there isn't much difference between the two, but they are growing further apart as the show continues to develop the books to ...

    This book collects the four issues of The Expanse: Origins featuring the crew of the Rocinante released as digital comics and adds a new story featuring Josephus Miller written by Hallie Lambert and illustrated by Huang Danlan. Set on Ceres, Miller's backstory feels as gritty as the ch...

    This collection provides a fair amount of backstory for The Expanse series proper without significant overlap with the print novellas and includes Detective Miller's story (remember him from the early books?) which doesn't appear to be available as a standalone. Nice art and good (shor...

    not as garbage as most tie in graphics!! points for you. ...

    I am been meaning to read these *forever.* I love that there's so much background in this collection. Seeing where Alex choices came about with his family, leading to the Roci. Seeing how Holden's moral made for a thorny path in the military. Seeing Amos's past even more than his no...

    I loved rereading this! ...

    Origin stories are a tricky thing to pull off. You want to give insight and information into the backgrounds of characters that we love, in a few of these stories that are told in this collection the writers succeed but in more instances the stories either fall flat or offer no real cl...

    Para los adictos que estamos esperando la octava entrega de la saga este tebeo se aparece como una especie de metadona en nuestra adicción. No es lo mismo que los libros, me digo, pero algo tendrá. Pues no. No sirve como sustituto. Son cinco historias, una para cada personaje (Holden...

    not expansive Nice little bits of trivia for the characters. Not sure if the stories are written somewhere else. Holden?s, in particularly, was not very meaningful, as it hardly expands or elaborates on the character?s character. The others add to the emotional depth of the char...

    Fun back stories, nothing stellar... well figuratively speaking at least. ...

    Some of it wasn't necessary information but some of it helped too. ...

    Rating: 3.5 Stars ...

    This isn?t some deep meaningful graphic novel, but it?s a great companion if you love the series the Expanse. ...

    I like this series but this doesn?t add a lot to the series beyond what we?ve already been told. ...

    I enjoyed learning more about the back stories of these characters. Alex Kamal's story is heartbreaking, the others were about what I would have expected. I recommend this for Expanse fans. ...

    It was good. I was hoping for more background information than it gave (I've been watching the show). But it was still good. ...

  • T
    Jul 10, 2018

    Posted at Heradas First things first, these stories follow The Expanse television series continuity and not necessarily the book series continuity. Granted, there isn't much difference between the two, but they are growing further apart as the show continues to develop the books to ...

    This book collects the four issues of The Expanse: Origins featuring the crew of the Rocinante released as digital comics and adds a new story featuring Josephus Miller written by Hallie Lambert and illustrated by Huang Danlan. Set on Ceres, Miller's backstory feels as gritty as the ch...

    This collection provides a fair amount of backstory for The Expanse series proper without significant overlap with the print novellas and includes Detective Miller's story (remember him from the early books?) which doesn't appear to be available as a standalone. Nice art and good (shor...

    not as garbage as most tie in graphics!! points for you. ...

    I am been meaning to read these *forever.* I love that there's so much background in this collection. Seeing where Alex choices came about with his family, leading to the Roci. Seeing how Holden's moral made for a thorny path in the military. Seeing Amos's past even more than his no...

    I loved rereading this! ...

    Origin stories are a tricky thing to pull off. You want to give insight and information into the backgrounds of characters that we love, in a few of these stories that are told in this collection the writers succeed but in more instances the stories either fall flat or offer no real cl...

    Para los adictos que estamos esperando la octava entrega de la saga este tebeo se aparece como una especie de metadona en nuestra adicción. No es lo mismo que los libros, me digo, pero algo tendrá. Pues no. No sirve como sustituto. Son cinco historias, una para cada personaje (Holden...

    not expansive Nice little bits of trivia for the characters. Not sure if the stories are written somewhere else. Holden?s, in particularly, was not very meaningful, as it hardly expands or elaborates on the character?s character. The others add to the emotional depth of the char...

    Fun back stories, nothing stellar... well figuratively speaking at least. ...

    Some of it wasn't necessary information but some of it helped too. ...

    Rating: 3.5 Stars ...

    This isn?t some deep meaningful graphic novel, but it?s a great companion if you love the series the Expanse. ...

    I like this series but this doesn?t add a lot to the series beyond what we?ve already been told. ...

    I enjoyed learning more about the back stories of these characters. Alex Kamal's story is heartbreaking, the others were about what I would have expected. I recommend this for Expanse fans. ...

    It was good. I was hoping for more background information than it gave (I've been watching the show). But it was still good. ...

    This was a really cool comic, giving some backstory to the main characters. If you enjoy the tv series or the books, its worth checking out. ...

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  • Nick (RemusReads)
    Jun 23, 2018

    Posted at Heradas First things first, these stories follow The Expanse television series continuity and not necessarily the book series continuity. Granted, there isn't much difference between the two, but they are growing further apart as the show continues to develop the books to ...

    This book collects the four issues of The Expanse: Origins featuring the crew of the Rocinante released as digital comics and adds a new story featuring Josephus Miller written by Hallie Lambert and illustrated by Huang Danlan. Set on Ceres, Miller's backstory feels as gritty as the ch...

    This collection provides a fair amount of backstory for The Expanse series proper without significant overlap with the print novellas and includes Detective Miller's story (remember him from the early books?) which doesn't appear to be available as a standalone. Nice art and good (shor...

    not as garbage as most tie in graphics!! points for you. ...

    I am been meaning to read these *forever.* I love that there's so much background in this collection. Seeing where Alex choices came about with his family, leading to the Roci. Seeing how Holden's moral made for a thorny path in the military. Seeing Amos's past even more than his no...

    I loved rereading this! ...

    Origin stories are a tricky thing to pull off. You want to give insight and information into the backgrounds of characters that we love, in a few of these stories that are told in this collection the writers succeed but in more instances the stories either fall flat or offer no real cl...

    Para los adictos que estamos esperando la octava entrega de la saga este tebeo se aparece como una especie de metadona en nuestra adicción. No es lo mismo que los libros, me digo, pero algo tendrá. Pues no. No sirve como sustituto. Son cinco historias, una para cada personaje (Holden...

    not expansive Nice little bits of trivia for the characters. Not sure if the stories are written somewhere else. Holden?s, in particularly, was not very meaningful, as it hardly expands or elaborates on the character?s character. The others add to the emotional depth of the char...

    Fun back stories, nothing stellar... well figuratively speaking at least. ...

    Some of it wasn't necessary information but some of it helped too. ...

    Rating: 3.5 Stars ...

  • Jennifer Taylor
    Mar 23, 2018

    Posted at Heradas First things first, these stories follow The Expanse television series continuity and not necessarily the book series continuity. Granted, there isn't much difference between the two, but they are growing further apart as the show continues to develop the books to ...

    This book collects the four issues of The Expanse: Origins featuring the crew of the Rocinante released as digital comics and adds a new story featuring Josephus Miller written by Hallie Lambert and illustrated by Huang Danlan. Set on Ceres, Miller's backstory feels as gritty as the ch...

    This collection provides a fair amount of backstory for The Expanse series proper without significant overlap with the print novellas and includes Detective Miller's story (remember him from the early books?) which doesn't appear to be available as a standalone. Nice art and good (shor...

    not as garbage as most tie in graphics!! points for you. ...

    I am been meaning to read these *forever.* I love that there's so much background in this collection. Seeing where Alex choices came about with his family, leading to the Roci. Seeing how Holden's moral made for a thorny path in the military. Seeing Amos's past even more than his no...

    I loved rereading this! ...

    Origin stories are a tricky thing to pull off. You want to give insight and information into the backgrounds of characters that we love, in a few of these stories that are told in this collection the writers succeed but in more instances the stories either fall flat or offer no real cl...

    Para los adictos que estamos esperando la octava entrega de la saga este tebeo se aparece como una especie de metadona en nuestra adicción. No es lo mismo que los libros, me digo, pero algo tendrá. Pues no. No sirve como sustituto. Son cinco historias, una para cada personaje (Holden...

    not expansive Nice little bits of trivia for the characters. Not sure if the stories are written somewhere else. Holden?s, in particularly, was not very meaningful, as it hardly expands or elaborates on the character?s character. The others add to the emotional depth of the char...

    Fun back stories, nothing stellar... well figuratively speaking at least. ...

    Some of it wasn't necessary information but some of it helped too. ...

    Rating: 3.5 Stars ...

    This isn?t some deep meaningful graphic novel, but it?s a great companion if you love the series the Expanse. ...

    I like this series but this doesn?t add a lot to the series beyond what we?ve already been told. ...

    I enjoyed learning more about the back stories of these characters. Alex Kamal's story is heartbreaking, the others were about what I would have expected. I recommend this for Expanse fans. ...

  • Marianne
    Mar 01, 2018

    Posted at Heradas First things first, these stories follow The Expanse television series continuity and not necessarily the book series continuity. Granted, there isn't much difference between the two, but they are growing further apart as the show continues to develop the books to ...

    This book collects the four issues of The Expanse: Origins featuring the crew of the Rocinante released as digital comics and adds a new story featuring Josephus Miller written by Hallie Lambert and illustrated by Huang Danlan. Set on Ceres, Miller's backstory feels as gritty as the ch...

    This collection provides a fair amount of backstory for The Expanse series proper without significant overlap with the print novellas and includes Detective Miller's story (remember him from the early books?) which doesn't appear to be available as a standalone. Nice art and good (shor...

    not as garbage as most tie in graphics!! points for you. ...

    I am been meaning to read these *forever.* I love that there's so much background in this collection. Seeing where Alex choices came about with his family, leading to the Roci. Seeing how Holden's moral made for a thorny path in the military. Seeing Amos's past even more than his no...

    I loved rereading this! ...

    Origin stories are a tricky thing to pull off. You want to give insight and information into the backgrounds of characters that we love, in a few of these stories that are told in this collection the writers succeed but in more instances the stories either fall flat or offer no real cl...

    Para los adictos que estamos esperando la octava entrega de la saga este tebeo se aparece como una especie de metadona en nuestra adicción. No es lo mismo que los libros, me digo, pero algo tendrá. Pues no. No sirve como sustituto. Son cinco historias, una para cada personaje (Holden...

    not expansive Nice little bits of trivia for the characters. Not sure if the stories are written somewhere else. Holden?s, in particularly, was not very meaningful, as it hardly expands or elaborates on the character?s character. The others add to the emotional depth of the char...

    Fun back stories, nothing stellar... well figuratively speaking at least. ...

    Some of it wasn't necessary information but some of it helped too. ...

    Rating: 3.5 Stars ...

    This isn?t some deep meaningful graphic novel, but it?s a great companion if you love the series the Expanse. ...

    I like this series but this doesn?t add a lot to the series beyond what we?ve already been told. ...

    I enjoyed learning more about the back stories of these characters. Alex Kamal's story is heartbreaking, the others were about what I would have expected. I recommend this for Expanse fans. ...

    It was good. I was hoping for more background information than it gave (I've been watching the show). But it was still good. ...

    This was a really cool comic, giving some backstory to the main characters. If you enjoy the tv series or the books, its worth checking out. ...

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  • k
    Feb 14, 2018

    Posted at Heradas First things first, these stories follow The Expanse television series continuity and not necessarily the book series continuity. Granted, there isn't much difference between the two, but they are growing further apart as the show continues to develop the books to ...

    This book collects the four issues of The Expanse: Origins featuring the crew of the Rocinante released as digital comics and adds a new story featuring Josephus Miller written by Hallie Lambert and illustrated by Huang Danlan. Set on Ceres, Miller's backstory feels as gritty as the ch...

    This collection provides a fair amount of backstory for The Expanse series proper without significant overlap with the print novellas and includes Detective Miller's story (remember him from the early books?) which doesn't appear to be available as a standalone. Nice art and good (shor...

    not as garbage as most tie in graphics!! points for you. ...

  • Brad Bell
    Jul 03, 2018

    Posted at Heradas First things first, these stories follow The Expanse television series continuity and not necessarily the book series continuity. Granted, there isn't much difference between the two, but they are growing further apart as the show continues to develop the books to ...

    This book collects the four issues of The Expanse: Origins featuring the crew of the Rocinante released as digital comics and adds a new story featuring Josephus Miller written by Hallie Lambert and illustrated by Huang Danlan. Set on Ceres, Miller's backstory feels as gritty as the ch...

    This collection provides a fair amount of backstory for The Expanse series proper without significant overlap with the print novellas and includes Detective Miller's story (remember him from the early books?) which doesn't appear to be available as a standalone. Nice art and good (shor...

    not as garbage as most tie in graphics!! points for you. ...

    I am been meaning to read these *forever.* I love that there's so much background in this collection. Seeing where Alex choices came about with his family, leading to the Roci. Seeing how Holden's moral made for a thorny path in the military. Seeing Amos's past even more than his no...

    I loved rereading this! ...

    Origin stories are a tricky thing to pull off. You want to give insight and information into the backgrounds of characters that we love, in a few of these stories that are told in this collection the writers succeed but in more instances the stories either fall flat or offer no real cl...

  • Hugo
    Jun 16, 2018

    Posted at Heradas First things first, these stories follow The Expanse television series continuity and not necessarily the book series continuity. Granted, there isn't much difference between the two, but they are growing further apart as the show continues to develop the books to ...

    This book collects the four issues of The Expanse: Origins featuring the crew of the Rocinante released as digital comics and adds a new story featuring Josephus Miller written by Hallie Lambert and illustrated by Huang Danlan. Set on Ceres, Miller's backstory feels as gritty as the ch...

    This collection provides a fair amount of backstory for The Expanse series proper without significant overlap with the print novellas and includes Detective Miller's story (remember him from the early books?) which doesn't appear to be available as a standalone. Nice art and good (shor...

    not as garbage as most tie in graphics!! points for you. ...

    I am been meaning to read these *forever.* I love that there's so much background in this collection. Seeing where Alex choices came about with his family, leading to the Roci. Seeing how Holden's moral made for a thorny path in the military. Seeing Amos's past even more than his no...

    I loved rereading this! ...

    Origin stories are a tricky thing to pull off. You want to give insight and information into the backgrounds of characters that we love, in a few of these stories that are told in this collection the writers succeed but in more instances the stories either fall flat or offer no real cl...

    Para los adictos que estamos esperando la octava entrega de la saga este tebeo se aparece como una especie de metadona en nuestra adicción. No es lo mismo que los libros, me digo, pero algo tendrá. Pues no. No sirve como sustituto. Son cinco historias, una para cada personaje (Holden...

    not expansive Nice little bits of trivia for the characters. Not sure if the stories are written somewhere else. Holden?s, in particularly, was not very meaningful, as it hardly expands or elaborates on the character?s character. The others add to the emotional depth of the char...

  • Heidi
    Feb 19, 2018

    Posted at Heradas First things first, these stories follow The Expanse television series continuity and not necessarily the book series continuity. Granted, there isn't much difference between the two, but they are growing further apart as the show continues to develop the books to ...

    This book collects the four issues of The Expanse: Origins featuring the crew of the Rocinante released as digital comics and adds a new story featuring Josephus Miller written by Hallie Lambert and illustrated by Huang Danlan. Set on Ceres, Miller's backstory feels as gritty as the ch...

    This collection provides a fair amount of backstory for The Expanse series proper without significant overlap with the print novellas and includes Detective Miller's story (remember him from the early books?) which doesn't appear to be available as a standalone. Nice art and good (shor...

    not as garbage as most tie in graphics!! points for you. ...

    I am been meaning to read these *forever.* I love that there's so much background in this collection. Seeing where Alex choices came about with his family, leading to the Roci. Seeing how Holden's moral made for a thorny path in the military. Seeing Amos's past even more than his no...

    I loved rereading this! ...

    Origin stories are a tricky thing to pull off. You want to give insight and information into the backgrounds of characters that we love, in a few of these stories that are told in this collection the writers succeed but in more instances the stories either fall flat or offer no real cl...

    Para los adictos que estamos esperando la octava entrega de la saga este tebeo se aparece como una especie de metadona en nuestra adicción. No es lo mismo que los libros, me digo, pero algo tendrá. Pues no. No sirve como sustituto. Son cinco historias, una para cada personaje (Holden...

    not expansive Nice little bits of trivia for the characters. Not sure if the stories are written somewhere else. Holden?s, in particularly, was not very meaningful, as it hardly expands or elaborates on the character?s character. The others add to the emotional depth of the char...

    Fun back stories, nothing stellar... well figuratively speaking at least. ...

    Some of it wasn't necessary information but some of it helped too. ...

    Rating: 3.5 Stars ...

    This isn?t some deep meaningful graphic novel, but it?s a great companion if you love the series the Expanse. ...

    I like this series but this doesn?t add a lot to the series beyond what we?ve already been told. ...

  • Mark
    May 13, 2018

    Posted at Heradas First things first, these stories follow The Expanse television series continuity and not necessarily the book series continuity. Granted, there isn't much difference between the two, but they are growing further apart as the show continues to develop the books to ...

    This book collects the four issues of The Expanse: Origins featuring the crew of the Rocinante released as digital comics and adds a new story featuring Josephus Miller written by Hallie Lambert and illustrated by Huang Danlan. Set on Ceres, Miller's backstory feels as gritty as the ch...

    This collection provides a fair amount of backstory for The Expanse series proper without significant overlap with the print novellas and includes Detective Miller's story (remember him from the early books?) which doesn't appear to be available as a standalone. Nice art and good (shor...

    not as garbage as most tie in graphics!! points for you. ...

    I am been meaning to read these *forever.* I love that there's so much background in this collection. Seeing where Alex choices came about with his family, leading to the Roci. Seeing how Holden's moral made for a thorny path in the military. Seeing Amos's past even more than his no...

    I loved rereading this! ...

    Origin stories are a tricky thing to pull off. You want to give insight and information into the backgrounds of characters that we love, in a few of these stories that are told in this collection the writers succeed but in more instances the stories either fall flat or offer no real cl...

    Para los adictos que estamos esperando la octava entrega de la saga este tebeo se aparece como una especie de metadona en nuestra adicción. No es lo mismo que los libros, me digo, pero algo tendrá. Pues no. No sirve como sustituto. Son cinco historias, una para cada personaje (Holden...

    not expansive Nice little bits of trivia for the characters. Not sure if the stories are written somewhere else. Holden?s, in particularly, was not very meaningful, as it hardly expands or elaborates on the character?s character. The others add to the emotional depth of the char...

    Fun back stories, nothing stellar... well figuratively speaking at least. ...

    Some of it wasn't necessary information but some of it helped too. ...

    Rating: 3.5 Stars ...

    This isn?t some deep meaningful graphic novel, but it?s a great companion if you love the series the Expanse. ...

    I like this series but this doesn?t add a lot to the series beyond what we?ve already been told. ...

    I enjoyed learning more about the back stories of these characters. Alex Kamal's story is heartbreaking, the others were about what I would have expected. I recommend this for Expanse fans. ...

    It was good. I was hoping for more background information than it gave (I've been watching the show). But it was still good. ...

    This was a really cool comic, giving some backstory to the main characters. If you enjoy the tv series or the books, its worth checking out. ...

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  • Cara
    Jun 30, 2018

    Posted at Heradas First things first, these stories follow The Expanse television series continuity and not necessarily the book series continuity. Granted, there isn't much difference between the two, but they are growing further apart as the show continues to develop the books to ...

    This book collects the four issues of The Expanse: Origins featuring the crew of the Rocinante released as digital comics and adds a new story featuring Josephus Miller written by Hallie Lambert and illustrated by Huang Danlan. Set on Ceres, Miller's backstory feels as gritty as the ch...

    This collection provides a fair amount of backstory for The Expanse series proper without significant overlap with the print novellas and includes Detective Miller's story (remember him from the early books?) which doesn't appear to be available as a standalone. Nice art and good (shor...

    not as garbage as most tie in graphics!! points for you. ...

    I am been meaning to read these *forever.* I love that there's so much background in this collection. Seeing where Alex choices came about with his family, leading to the Roci. Seeing how Holden's moral made for a thorny path in the military. Seeing Amos's past even more than his no...

    I loved rereading this! ...

    Origin stories are a tricky thing to pull off. You want to give insight and information into the backgrounds of characters that we love, in a few of these stories that are told in this collection the writers succeed but in more instances the stories either fall flat or offer no real cl...

    Para los adictos que estamos esperando la octava entrega de la saga este tebeo se aparece como una especie de metadona en nuestra adicción. No es lo mismo que los libros, me digo, pero algo tendrá. Pues no. No sirve como sustituto. Son cinco historias, una para cada personaje (Holden...

    not expansive Nice little bits of trivia for the characters. Not sure if the stories are written somewhere else. Holden?s, in particularly, was not very meaningful, as it hardly expands or elaborates on the character?s character. The others add to the emotional depth of the char...

    Fun back stories, nothing stellar... well figuratively speaking at least. ...

    Some of it wasn't necessary information but some of it helped too. ...

    Rating: 3.5 Stars ...

    This isn?t some deep meaningful graphic novel, but it?s a great companion if you love the series the Expanse. ...

  • Rebecca Bramwell
    May 28, 2018

    Posted at Heradas First things first, these stories follow The Expanse television series continuity and not necessarily the book series continuity. Granted, there isn't much difference between the two, but they are growing further apart as the show continues to develop the books to ...

    This book collects the four issues of The Expanse: Origins featuring the crew of the Rocinante released as digital comics and adds a new story featuring Josephus Miller written by Hallie Lambert and illustrated by Huang Danlan. Set on Ceres, Miller's backstory feels as gritty as the ch...

    This collection provides a fair amount of backstory for The Expanse series proper without significant overlap with the print novellas and includes Detective Miller's story (remember him from the early books?) which doesn't appear to be available as a standalone. Nice art and good (shor...

    not as garbage as most tie in graphics!! points for you. ...

    I am been meaning to read these *forever.* I love that there's so much background in this collection. Seeing where Alex choices came about with his family, leading to the Roci. Seeing how Holden's moral made for a thorny path in the military. Seeing Amos's past even more than his no...

    I loved rereading this! ...

    Origin stories are a tricky thing to pull off. You want to give insight and information into the backgrounds of characters that we love, in a few of these stories that are told in this collection the writers succeed but in more instances the stories either fall flat or offer no real cl...

    Para los adictos que estamos esperando la octava entrega de la saga este tebeo se aparece como una especie de metadona en nuestra adicción. No es lo mismo que los libros, me digo, pero algo tendrá. Pues no. No sirve como sustituto. Son cinco historias, una para cada personaje (Holden...

    not expansive Nice little bits of trivia for the characters. Not sure if the stories are written somewhere else. Holden?s, in particularly, was not very meaningful, as it hardly expands or elaborates on the character?s character. The others add to the emotional depth of the char...

    Fun back stories, nothing stellar... well figuratively speaking at least. ...

    Some of it wasn't necessary information but some of it helped too. ...

    Rating: 3.5 Stars ...

    This isn?t some deep meaningful graphic novel, but it?s a great companion if you love the series the Expanse. ...

    I like this series but this doesn?t add a lot to the series beyond what we?ve already been told. ...

    I enjoyed learning more about the back stories of these characters. Alex Kamal's story is heartbreaking, the others were about what I would have expected. I recommend this for Expanse fans. ...

    It was good. I was hoping for more background information than it gave (I've been watching the show). But it was still good. ...

    This was a really cool comic, giving some backstory to the main characters. If you enjoy the tv series or the books, its worth checking out. ...

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  • Chris
    Jun 10, 2018

    Posted at Heradas First things first, these stories follow The Expanse television series continuity and not necessarily the book series continuity. Granted, there isn't much difference between the two, but they are growing further apart as the show continues to develop the books to ...

    This book collects the four issues of The Expanse: Origins featuring the crew of the Rocinante released as digital comics and adds a new story featuring Josephus Miller written by Hallie Lambert and illustrated by Huang Danlan. Set on Ceres, Miller's backstory feels as gritty as the ch...

    This collection provides a fair amount of backstory for The Expanse series proper without significant overlap with the print novellas and includes Detective Miller's story (remember him from the early books?) which doesn't appear to be available as a standalone. Nice art and good (shor...

    not as garbage as most tie in graphics!! points for you. ...

    I am been meaning to read these *forever.* I love that there's so much background in this collection. Seeing where Alex choices came about with his family, leading to the Roci. Seeing how Holden's moral made for a thorny path in the military. Seeing Amos's past even more than his no...

    I loved rereading this! ...

    Origin stories are a tricky thing to pull off. You want to give insight and information into the backgrounds of characters that we love, in a few of these stories that are told in this collection the writers succeed but in more instances the stories either fall flat or offer no real cl...

    Para los adictos que estamos esperando la octava entrega de la saga este tebeo se aparece como una especie de metadona en nuestra adicción. No es lo mismo que los libros, me digo, pero algo tendrá. Pues no. No sirve como sustituto. Son cinco historias, una para cada personaje (Holden...

    not expansive Nice little bits of trivia for the characters. Not sure if the stories are written somewhere else. Holden?s, in particularly, was not very meaningful, as it hardly expands or elaborates on the character?s character. The others add to the emotional depth of the char...

    Fun back stories, nothing stellar... well figuratively speaking at least. ...

    Some of it wasn't necessary information but some of it helped too. ...

    Rating: 3.5 Stars ...

    This isn?t some deep meaningful graphic novel, but it?s a great companion if you love the series the Expanse. ...

    I like this series but this doesn?t add a lot to the series beyond what we?ve already been told. ...

    I enjoyed learning more about the back stories of these characters. Alex Kamal's story is heartbreaking, the others were about what I would have expected. I recommend this for Expanse fans. ...

    It was good. I was hoping for more background information than it gave (I've been watching the show). But it was still good. ...

    This was a really cool comic, giving some backstory to the main characters. If you enjoy the tv series or the books, its worth checking out. ...

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  • Loutre Julien
    Jul 05, 2018

    Posted at Heradas First things first, these stories follow The Expanse television series continuity and not necessarily the book series continuity. Granted, there isn't much difference between the two, but they are growing further apart as the show continues to develop the books to ...

    This book collects the four issues of The Expanse: Origins featuring the crew of the Rocinante released as digital comics and adds a new story featuring Josephus Miller written by Hallie Lambert and illustrated by Huang Danlan. Set on Ceres, Miller's backstory feels as gritty as the ch...

    This collection provides a fair amount of backstory for The Expanse series proper without significant overlap with the print novellas and includes Detective Miller's story (remember him from the early books?) which doesn't appear to be available as a standalone. Nice art and good (shor...

    not as garbage as most tie in graphics!! points for you. ...

    I am been meaning to read these *forever.* I love that there's so much background in this collection. Seeing where Alex choices came about with his family, leading to the Roci. Seeing how Holden's moral made for a thorny path in the military. Seeing Amos's past even more than his no...

    I loved rereading this! ...

    Origin stories are a tricky thing to pull off. You want to give insight and information into the backgrounds of characters that we love, in a few of these stories that are told in this collection the writers succeed but in more instances the stories either fall flat or offer no real cl...

    Para los adictos que estamos esperando la octava entrega de la saga este tebeo se aparece como una especie de metadona en nuestra adicción. No es lo mismo que los libros, me digo, pero algo tendrá. Pues no. No sirve como sustituto. Son cinco historias, una para cada personaje (Holden...

    not expansive Nice little bits of trivia for the characters. Not sure if the stories are written somewhere else. Holden?s, in particularly, was not very meaningful, as it hardly expands or elaborates on the character?s character. The others add to the emotional depth of the char...

    Fun back stories, nothing stellar... well figuratively speaking at least. ...

    Some of it wasn't necessary information but some of it helped too. ...

    Rating: 3.5 Stars ...

    This isn?t some deep meaningful graphic novel, but it?s a great companion if you love the series the Expanse. ...

    I like this series but this doesn?t add a lot to the series beyond what we?ve already been told. ...

    I enjoyed learning more about the back stories of these characters. Alex Kamal's story is heartbreaking, the others were about what I would have expected. I recommend this for Expanse fans. ...

    It was good. I was hoping for more background information than it gave (I've been watching the show). But it was still good. ...

    This was a really cool comic, giving some backstory to the main characters. If you enjoy the tv series or the books, its worth checking out. ...

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