Who got whacked? I think Glen might survive just so the series can still deliver a surprise. Plus, it wouldn't be the first time the series deviated from the comics with character deaths. Abraham maybe? That's my guess.
I've read some complaints about the way the episode went down. Cheap tricks. I had to think about it for a minute, but I liked it. Glenn's death in the comics was a huge event. But knowing that takes away from the possible impact in the TV show. The way they did it allowed them to recreate that same impact.
Post by geneweigel on Oct 25, 2016 14:17:45 GMT -5
I lost track of the comic after the show started. Its weird that at the 2008 Comic-Con I kept seeing Kirkman but nobody even wanted to spit on him at that time. I had read the comic up to Shane getting shot but I felt funny walking up to him even though he was the only person with no line whatsoever.
Not that my friend Henry would let me speak with anybody at that con. He kept killing the conversations to talk about non-comic shit. In retrospect, thank goodness that I brought wishy washy Bill to Lake Geneva and not him because I would have never have had that conversation about Keep on the Borderlands.
That was harrowing and intense. I picked Abraham to be the one who got killed, but so did almost everybody... and they faked me out into thinking Glenn was safe... which also probably applied to almost everybody.
That episode was well done, but I don't think I ever want to watch it again.
The whole episode was weird because it was disconnected in two separate ways. One no Rick & crew and their digestion of events and two swallowing the latest farce in dead world although this time its friendly (or is it?).
Saviors Kingdom Hilltop Alexandria
Or is there more?
Are the Wolves really dead? I was expecting more out of that.
Post by geneweigel on Nov 28, 2016 12:44:04 GMT -5
Did anybody catch the Fulci Zombie again in last night's episode? They did a tribute a few years ago of the poster zombie but last night was an expanded tribute with all the zombies being sandy and worn out on a bridge (a salute to the end of ZOMBIE). I spotted the exact duplicate and the kids didn't know what the fuck I was talking about (I have yet to introduce them into the wonder of Italian horror cinema because they're so damn critical of other good but flawed stuff.) but thank god they followed up and explained on TALKING DEAD that it was a tribute. Hey! Where's the sharks?
Alright the whole Father Gabriel thing was confusing. Were those people inside Alexandria with the note book message or did he write it? He gathers supplies then someone is in back of his car. Then they find the notebook which seemed unrelated. Then they follow a wild goose chase and get ambushed. Is this all connected?
Post by geneweigel on Feb 13, 2017 23:00:06 GMT -5
I'm still thinking paranoid from back when they had all those mysterious markings.
Walking Dead sometimes I wonder why they're so relaxed at times.
Although, if any of this shit went down, in reality, I'd make a habit of being out there everyday killing for sport with advanced specifically built melee weapons. Most likely reforged hammers to make them lucerne on 10 foot shafts with an awl pike head. Full armor. Roman style forts every ten miles and lockdowns for sleeping people individually in case of sudden death. There is no way that I would be satisfied keeping zombies within 30 miles of a zombie free zone.
I can't remember if it was the Zombie Survival Guide or World War Z (the book) where the end up developing these specialized zombie melee weapons called lobotomizers which were double bladed axes with a spade like top blade.