AMC’s The Walking Dead

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While scavenging for supplies and ways for the group to survive, Eugene and Abraham have a come to Jesus meeting. Daryl and Rosita take Denise for a joyride to show her what the real world looks like. What she discovers leaves her with emotions she isn’t sure how to deal with. Daryl and Rosita learn a thing or two from Denise as well. Spoiler Alert in 5…4…3…2…1.

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Jesus shows the crew that the world is a much larger place than they first thought. Rick has to have ‘the talk’ with Carl about Michonne. The crew decided whether they should trust Jesus and follow him back to his camp to discuss trade. This episode could be pivotal to the group’s future so if you haven’t caught up yet, stop reading here. If you have watched last night’s episode and you would like to read and discuss, please continue. Spoilers in 5…4…3…2…1.

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Daryl and Rick work on their bromance with an epic road trip that not only brings a bit of cardio, but another possible Alexandrian. Michonne goes for a hike through the woods with Spencer on what seems to be a wild goose chase. Carl and Enid have a lovely picnic in the woods and their first lover’s spat. So if you haven’t watched tonight’s episode, stop reading now because there are spoilers ahead and you really don’t want this episode ruined for you. 5…4…3…2…1. (more…)

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Back in the fall on The Walking Dead, Glenn died. He fell off a dumpster, pulled his “oh no, they’re eating my guts!” face whilst walkers feasted on entrails as he lay on the ground, and no one was able to raise him on the radio. When his name was removed from the opening credits for the next few weeks, it seemed only a matter of time before Maggie would have to chop his shuffling little head off. Then – SPOILERS – it turned out he wasn’t dead after all, and viewers were NOT happy. (more…)

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While people may be talking about The Walking Dead, Robert Kirkman has another contender coming out of the gate. Outcast, a title out of Skybound/Image comics, is Kirkman and artist Paul Azteca’s excorcism-themed project; centered around protagonist Kyle Barnes, a young man who has been plagued by demonic possession all his life. Now, with the help of the Reverend Anderson, a preacher with personal demons of his own, Kyle embarks on a journey to find answers and regain the normal life he lost. (more…)

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During last night’s incredible season five finale of The Walking Dead, Robert Kirkman and AMC premiered the first footage from the new spinoff series Fear the Walking Dead that should hit our television screens this summer. That’s right, no more hiatus and waiting for Walker lovers. Once one series season ends, the other will start right back up. (more…)

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Deanna and her family sit in a darkened room mourning Aidan’s loss. She puts on one of his mixed cds and Nine Inch Nails’ “Somewhat Damaged” beings to play.

The opening is intercut with shots of Carol making a tuna casserole for the grieving family. In one of these shots, we see that Sam has come to visit her again. We also see Sasha in the lookout tower. Carol leaves the casserole on Deanna’s front porch.  Deanna finds it, reads the note and goes inside without the dish. She burns the note.  (more…)

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The SDCC14 The Walking Dead panel is currently happening and AMC has joined in by posting the new season five SDCC trailer just shown at the panel. Holy crap this season looks to be action packed, with lots of twists and turns! There’s still a couple of months to go until the October 12th premiere of AMC and Robert Kirkman‘s The Walking Dead Season Five. (more…)

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The Walking Dead television series has had its share of ups and downs but it’s come a long way since the stagnation of season 2. Its originality and scope have only heightened with every passing year and fans of the comic book seem to be just as thrilled and randomly surprised as followers of the television series. The taboo project of “Zombie TV” has grown to become more commonplace, with shows like In The Flesh, the SyFy original Z Nation, and the failed Amazon Zombieland spinoff. All of this is because of the success of The Walking Dead, a long-lasting stalwart of visual horror and, most of all, entertainment. And according to Robert Kirkman, the visionary behind it all, things are about to get even better. (more…)