It took me a long time to write this, but after the Carl bullshit they pulled, I really wasn't in the mood, so I decided to wait after the holidays. So here I am.
Last season ended with both Team Family and the Saviors ready to go to war.
The premiere was so forgettable that I had to look up my own weekly review I did for it. It was really underwhelming. I did like the fighting stuff, but there was basically no depth to the episode. Just shooting and yelling and killing.
#10: RICK GRIMES:
Yeah.. He's number 10.
I just feel very mixed about him at this stage.. I liked him in season 3.. But he just started becoming TOO brutal at the point of Alaxandria. To the point of being no better than the villains.. And now. And than he spent a bunch of time just moping.. And now, Rick is back.. But not sure how I feel anymore..
#9: ABRAHAM FORDE:
What's not to love about him..
Damn you for killing him off!.. Damn you!
This is an extended version of a comment I left on a link after it was revealed that Morgan would be the crossover character between TWD & FTWD.
I'm not all that enthusiastic about the idea, but it is technically possible given the two timelines. The way I see it, it could go down one of three ways. But first, a look at what happened when with Morgan:
[i]-Day 60: Morgan and his son Duane met Rick in King County, Georgia.
This article is to celebrate Bibi69, TWD Queen, FINALLY receiving her well-deserved red Fanatic medal in the TWD spot! This is an honor well, well overdue and it is awesome to see someone who truly is a TWD fanatic finally actually acknowledged by Fanpop's medal system.
Bibi has been this spot's most regular contributor for a long time now. She shares TWD content constantly throughout the seasons, as well as during the hiatuses; her finger constantly on the TWD pulse! Her dedication to the show and this club are to be admired.
Deadline has revealed via AMC Network's quarterly earnings call with Wall Street analysts that AMC is developing a new Walking Dead spinoff. The project is in "active development" but COO Ed Carroll declined to share additional details.