Okay, wow. So The Walking Dead sent us to the mid-season break with a pretty explosive episode. A lot of the different plot threads out there came to a head, and a few new ones were introduced. While I liked the episode overall, there was one glaring flaw that really bugged me about it. Let’s… Read more »
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The barn full of zombies remains filled with zombies, Sophia remains missing, and the specter of getting kicked off the farm is still hovering over Rick’s head, but in the penultimate episode before the mid-season break, it feels like a lot is happening. Sure, it helps that there were two zombie encounters this week, one… Read more »
Wow, seems like quite a lot got introduced last night, from some more in-depth discussion about how reasonable it is to continue to search for Sophia, to Daryl’s hallucinating Merle who in turn tried to undermine the strength of the group, on up to Glenn stumbling into the otherwise normal Hershel’s barn full of zombies…. Read more »
There’s a lot of zombie stuff out there, and most of it is crap. People like to jump on bandwagons and produce quick tie-ins rather than investing love and effort into their creations. Luckily for you, I’m here to help separate the wheat from the chaff. Check back every Friday, when I’m going to share… Read more »
After last week’s explosive episode, this week slows down quite a bit to let us spend some time with our characters. And to my surprise, the show actually does a pretty decent job at it.
This is what The Walking Dead should be doing every week. A good balance of action, creeps, and a little bit of character drama (even if The Walking Dead isn’t very good at that last one just yet). Let’s start with the character drama since that’s the least developed, and consequently least interesting. We get… Read more »
Book Two picks up where Book One left off, with the group outside the gates of a giant, zombie-filled prison. Getting into and securing that prison becomes the big push of the first half of the book, while living within those walls and dealing with other survivors – some of whom are prisoners who were… Read more »
After a good deal of zombie action last week, we slow down quite a bit for Bloodletting. That’s not to say there wasn’t tension this time around, it’s just that it was primarily focused around Carl’s gunshot wound.