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“So more than six months after it was posed, the “who” question has now been answered, allowing us to consider the natural follow-up: Was it worth the wait, as Mr. Kirkman promised it would be?I’m going with “nope.” For one thing, as noted earlier, I saw no compelling reason the cliffhanger device was necessary. For another, this was not a good episode.”

   Last night episode was an obvious way to shock the viewers who were complaining about season six. I can picture the producers “Oh we need to kill Glenn now because the fans would never buy a supporting character as Abe dying. We need to fix it, people won’t buy it anymore.” Abe and Glenn’s death was since season 6? Really? Do you think I am going to believe in that talk? No, it was not since the beginning. It happened after the commentaries of the reviewers and Fandom , you got dispair because you thought the audience would buy that last episode. We didn’t and you guys got furious because of that. Guess what? It is 21st century, we have much more acess to information than before, we are adults watching Tv shows for years, we don’t buy that final and we don’t buy your excuses on Glenn’s sudden death.  A character who were on the show since the beginning deserved a better ending than that one. It was not a proper death to someone as important as him. You guys should think better before you start writing, if you were more concerned about punishing us because we criticized your job than writing an appropriate death to one of the most beloved characters, you should consider changing your career. The tantrum behavior when you guys wrote Glenn’s death was not profissional at all. Stop going to the press telling lies to the fans, the excuses are getting worse than some “certain” actor’s skills in your show. 


The season premiere of The Walking Dead was intense and heartbreaking. We’ve got a to talk about, so I’m just gonna jump in now. This is your official spoiler alert. Read on at your own risk. All hiatus long we’ve been wrestling with the question of who Negan killed. We made theories, we wrote ar…

That’s one of the best aspects of the show for me, seeing how things evolve. Daryl Dixon not existing in the comics series is a really cool element to writing the show because his presence always changes the story we’re trying to adapt whether we want it to or not. Those are really exciting things in the writers’ room, when the story starts to take over. When you do the logical thing that all these characters would be doing, it evolves naturally. I think for Carol’s character in particular a lot of those differences from the comic book version and a lot of that growth that she experienced, the strength that she’s found, has come from her relationship with Daryl Dixon. As a geek, I like to think of the television show as this alternate dimension parallel to the comic book universe, and it’s the Daryl Dixon catalyst that changed her character so much. I think it’s cool to think about that. If Daryl Dixon had been present in the comic, maybe we would have seen this character emerge. But that character wasn’t there for her, so she suffered the fate that she did.
—  Robert Kirkman, Wired.com (10/Feb/2014)
‘The Walking Dead’ Review: Season 7 Premiere Is the Show At Its Worst
Season 7 Episode 1,”The Day Will Come When You Won’t Be,” kicks off with a lot of tedious misery.
By Jeff Stone

Yeah pretty much how we were all feeling last night: ”Who needs this shit?…”

Rest In Peace

I’m so sad to say that we lost Abraham Ford and the man that has been there since day one, Glenn Rhee.
Abe, I’ll miss your funny sayings and presences. You were a total badass and I love how brave you were. Rest easy Champ.
Glenn, I don’t even know where to start. You saved Rick and have been a part of the family since then. You have come such a far way, I’m sorry you went like that. You tried to help everyone even if you could not stand them. Your beautiful soul will forever be remembered. keep an eye on Maggie and the group from above, Walker-Bait.

So when my agent and manager called they said, ‘You’ve been offered this thing on The Walking Dead. It’s to play a big bad.’ And at that time they didn’t know the character’s name 'cause I think it was supposed to be a secret. And I’m like, 'Is it fuckin’ Negan?’ And they’re like, 'I don’t know, we’re gonna have to call you back. Hang on a second.’ And I’m like, 'No, it’s fuckin’ Negan. And I’m fuckin’ doing it.’
—  Jeffrey Dean Morgan on being cast as Negan

Ezekiel, The Walking Dead   //  Image Comics

“Ezekiel (referred to as “King Ezekiel” by his fellow citizens) is the leader of a community known as The Kingdom…Ezekiel has a pet tiger named Shiva.”

Portrayed in the TV series by Khary Payton (who also does the voice of Cyborg in the Teen Titans animated series and Aqualad in Young Justice).

Story: Robert Kirkman, art: Charlie Adlard, Cliff Rathburn

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