It’s a Cherokee Rose. The story is that when American soldiers were moving Indians off their land on the Trail of Tears, the Cherokee mothers were grieving and crying so much ‘cause they were losing their little ones along the way from exposure and disease and starvation. A lot of them just disappeared. So the elders, they said a prayer; asked for a sign to uplift the mothers’ spirits, give them strength and hope. The next day this rose started to grow right where the mothers’ tears fell.

Listen. I know no one likes to hear negativity towards Glenn but I have express this: I’m a hundred percent certain that Glenn was the victim during the season finale. If he was not, I would be pleasantly surprised. I have come to this conclusion based of filming appearances, projects the actor has been working on, hints dropped by the actor or his castmates, and gut instinct. Personally, I think Steven has had an incredible run in the series and am massively proud of him for his accomplishments. He has taken this opportunity to grow as an actor, establish connections which have resulted into several more projects and opportunities for him. Yes, it’s unfortunate that the writers had not given his character the proper attention and development that Glenn and Steven deserve, but hopefully they can learn from their mistakes and better develop some of the other or newer characters.

Death knows no borders on the latest key art for Fear the Walking Dead. The hit series returns on August 21 on AMC to resume the second season.

A Fear the Walking Dead panel with the cast and executive producers will take place at San Diego Comic-Con on Friday, July 22 at 12pm in Hall H.

Created by Robert Kirkman (The Walking Dead) and Dave Erickson (Sons of Anarchy), Fear the Walking Dead stars Kim Dickens, Cliff Curtis, Frank Dillane, Alycia Debnam-Carey, Mercedes Mason, Lorenzo James Henrie, and Colman Domingo.