I was planning on posting this sooner, but then real life stuff happened. You know, school, work, all that bullshit. But hey, better late than never!
Without further ado, here are my annual death predictions. This year I think most of the deaths will be minor characters, so there will probably more deaths this season than last, especially with the war coming and all.
Welcome to the final part of my Hogwarts sorting for this fandom. The last, but not least, Gryffindor!
One of the Gryffindor traits is that they are impulsive, and I think we can all agree that Daryl is probably the most impulsive character of this series. Very often, he acts before thinking and ends up putting himself or someone else in trouble. When he's angry, he acts and then feels guilty about what he did, like when he punched Negan, which resulted in Glenn's death. Or when he opened the door to a bunch of walkers...
Are you guys ready for the third part of my Walking Dead Hogwarts Sorting? Next house is Slytherin!
Before we get into this house, I want to remind people that just because you're in Slytherin doesn't mean you're a bad guy or an evil person. I don't want anyone bitching in the comments about the fact that I put some of the "good guys" here. If I put them here, it's because I think it's where they belong, no matter which side of the battles they're on. Also, this far into the apocalypse, there are no "good guys" anymore, so it doesn't even matter.
Here is the second part of the TWD Hogwarts sorting. Now we're gonna sort the characters into the Ravenclaw house.
Let's start with the most obvious character for this house, the genius Eugene. Eugene is the smartest character on this show. He might not be a fighter or the most courageous character; he's actually, as he calls himself, a coward. But he is a very valuable ally during the apocalypse, because he can make pretty much anything from scrap - from bombs, to fire, to even poison. He can be dangerous...
Well, this took long enough, but better late than never, right? Here is my (finally!) review for Season 7B.
The first half ended on a hopeful note, with Daryl reuniting with Team Family and Rick going to the Hilltop to make an alliance and to build forces to beat Negan.
The second half started strong, with Jesus taking Team Family to meet Ezekiel, which is something I was waiting for, because in the first half we haven't really seen the Kingdom again after meeting them and they are my favorite community. Bias...
I've already made a comparison with Sophia from the graphic novels and her character being put into three different characters on the TV version.
The show kind of did that with Andrea's character as well. The difference being that Andrea's character from the source material has been spread out through four characters on the TV show, but those four characters are on the show at the same time.
After Andrea's death in the TV show, the first character that started to get some of GN!Andrea was Carol.
This is a bit old, and probably irrelevant because we're so much further in the story now, but I decided to go ahead a write this anyways.
During season 4B, it was the first time our core group got separated and scattered everywhere. But what is interesting is that the entire 8 episodes focused on five specific relationships and the nature of all of these relationships is completely different.
The most obvious and easy relationship to develop is a romantic one. Here, it was giving to Sasha and Bob.
Game of Thrones is known for its famous 9th episodes, where they kill off big characters. I think The Walking Dead is having a pattern like that, but a bit different.
As we know, Scott Gimple was promoted to showrunner for the fourth season and has been the showrunner ever since. The first showrunner being Frank Darabont (first two seasons) and the second one being Glen Mazzara (third season).
Ever since Gimple has been the showrunner, he has introduced a new character or a new group every 10th episode. I thought it was interesting to look into it.
Interesting fact... Trevor Phillips being Canadian was improvised due to Steven's Canadian accent.. And he was considered to be called Simon.. Witch Steve later uses as the name his Walking Dead character.. Also, Steve said that Trevor wouldn't last long in Walking Dead. He's "too crazy" to make rational decisions..
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