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  • Pigpen077

    "It was Katherine Brewster who reprogrammed me and sent me back through the time displacement field." - Lance Armstrong, 1996.

    Hi.

    So time to rant on something that I actually really like because I know it'll make show fans happy.



     I fucking hate Carl so much. He's by far one of the worst characters in the comics and has become worse over time. Seriously every new issue with this little shit just makes me hate him even more. This kid is one of the most whiny little shits imaginable and the fact that he thinks he's this hardcore badass pisses me off because it's so far from the truth. I wish Carl died when Otis shot him. Fuck this kid and his whiny antics.





    The Main complant I see about Carol from the comics is that she's a weak character that ki…







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  • KatieTheAndreaFan

    WHAT IS UP DRAMAALERT NATION I'M YOUR HOST KILLEEEERRRR KEEEMSTAAAAARRRRR LEEEEEETTTSSSS GET ROOOOIIGGHT INTO THE NEWS!!!!!!!!


    Hey folks, Katie here with the Masterblog for all new one-shot The Walking Dead: The Alien by Brian K Vaughan and Marcus Martin.


    We are faced straight away with a dramatic image, a young boy being attacked and subsequently devoured by walkers in the streets of Barcelona, while the man attempting to save him barely escapes with his life thanks to the Spanish equivalent of a Kingdom guard. The issue then follows these characters, Jeff and Claudia, as they fight their way to a boat in order to reach Ibiza, from which they plan to sail to the USA. When they finally reach a boat, a scuffle with a fat sailor walker results i…



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  • Lawrenceyo

    Who Do You think Negan Kill In The Season 6 Finale? Rick Grimes Carl Grimes Glenn Rhee Daryl Dixon Eugene Porter Abraham Ford Aaron

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  • Jaga 321

    Blog No.4 - Here we go. 

    Over the the course of the next few weeks, I'll be updating this post to think about where the comics series is going and what's in store for each character. Please note, this is a lot harder to calculate, so I'm keeping it rough. By the next issue, every could have changed and this could be null and void. I'll also be taking note that the series seems to be playing out like a giant game of Age Of Enpires, so that gives us some basic idea of what is going on. 


    The overraching story looks to be split into thirds. Section one has passed. Issue 1-126. This focused on some initial problems. alongside the initial fight for survival. Part one of the story seemed to be all about creating civilisation. The prison failed, and…


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  • Pigpen077

    "You. You're afraid. That you will never be as strong as Darth Vader." - Eddie Murphy, 1986.

    So time to talk about CamTheWoot's favorite show.

    In the words of Lance Armstrong, let's go!


    You know what would've been cool? To see this actually happen. Instead we get a fucking timeskip and we don't get to see the collapse of civilization like promised by the show. So instead of showing us the collapse of civilization and the fall of the government in the time of a zombie outbreak we get boat shit with Strand being spooky because black. This to me just doesn't make any sense because if you advertise your show as "THE BEGINNING OF THE APOCALYPSE RUH ROH SCARY NICK TIME!" then actually show us the beginning of the apocalypse, not just the first co…


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  • Pops Capo
    Pops Capo's Review on "We All Fall Down" and Master Blog

    Hello, kids.

    This season started off with a solid episode, not great, but good enough. When I first heard season two would have fifteen episodes I was a little worried, because, well, the first season had a mere six episodes and they still… Somehow… Managed to have filler episodes. We had two filler episodes last season, two out of six. That's ridiculous. Imagine the number of filler episodes they would have if the season had sixteen episodes. Yep.

    It didn't take long. This episode was directed by Adam Davidson and written by Kate Barnow and Brett Leonard.


    Kids! Zombies! Excitement!

    Right away we start with exposition exposing the fact that every city in America is a burned ruin. How orig…

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  • Jaga 321

    Hi everyone, Jaga back again with another blog. I must say I'm enjoying posting these as opposed to forum topics, because otherwise I'd be clogging up the forums with all my stupid ideas and opinions. Anyways, I have to say, I've been enjoying the Michonne game very much, but I can't help but feel it's a missed opportunity. I understand her status as a character and all, and I understand her absense was a cool thing to explore, but we already knew where she was, alongside her emotional journey - as discussed with Rick in 136.

    So, as such, I believe the time skip could have been better used for a telltale game, or can be used again in the future. Here we go:

    There are so many unknown things in the time skip, that telltale could help fill in t…

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  • RYan Odin

    Greetings fellow wikians!

    After an allegedly pretty good season opener for fear, we can now finally discuss the final coer for volume 26, I'm super excited to talk bout this one, as it could confirm one of my theories! so lets take a look at...



    Or in other words, Alpha and Negan. Together. in the same shot.

    gotta say that this looks just great, its simple, its vague and it lets room for interpretation. Kirkman want to play with out immagination again and as far as Im concerned he succceeds with flying colors, because my head is racing through all kinds of scenraios that could lead to this event or what it could mean, or what even happens on this cover.

    Not much to talk about here on the visual side, and after the crowded cover for 155 last mon…



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  • Jaga 321

    Under construction. Please return later.

    Welcome to comics or show, a series of polls where wikians can vote on the major story and character changes in the Walkign Dead, deciding what medium did what better. This covers character storylines and story monements the show may have changed. Acting potrayals do not count as it is not a concuous change.

    Sorry for bad english. It is my first and only language, I just cant spell lol.

    So - without further ado:


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  • Pops Capo
    Pops Capo's Review on "Monster" and Master Blog

    Hello, kids.

    After an okay first season, Fear The Walking Dead returns promising more action and adventure. Last season ended with the survivors taking refuge in Strand's mansion and the death of Liza. This episode was written by showrunner Dave Erickson and directed by Adam Davidson.

    Now, this is my first time reviewing a premiere episode, and that's very exciting. I'm moving up in life. After last week's hilarious finale I didn't have high hopes for Fear, considering some of the producers from that series also work on this one, but it was a pleasant surprise. Let's get going.


    The action starts a few days (or perhaps hours, judging by the state of Liza's body) after the finale. We open up with t…

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  • RickDaPrick

    Greetings Fans of The Walking Dead!

    Let's talk about what happens next in The Walking Dead,there may be some spoilers.


    After Negan escaped from his jail with the help of Brandon so they can warn the whisperers about Rick's new militia and his war against them,Negan stabs Brandon,but not in the head,in his chest,so he would reanimate and back as a walker,and someone may find him, and they will know that he helped Negan escape.and he may find the whisperers and tell them about the militia and maybe he will kill Alpha so he can lead the whisperers to Rick and then they will have and other war and maybe a big one because it will have both walkers and humans with walker skin,so there will be a very big herd.and then Rick's militia tries to defeat…



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  • Pigpen077

    "One Batch Two Batch, Penny and Dime." - David Cameron, 2008.

    Time to dive into the controversial side as I believe, I know this sounds crazy but hear me out.....

    Telltale's The Walking Dead Season 1, Season 2, and Michonne Series are NOT masterpieces.

    I know it's crazy but just hear me out or read my pointless rant which I guess is the same thing.


    Okay so Lee in season 1 is just bland and boring. He's the nice tough black man character and aside from having an awesome voice actor doesn't do much else. You can make Lee be a dick to people but other then that he's just really dumb and bland. Now Clementine on the other hand is a cool character in season 1 but in season 2 she's...she's meh at best. It's just really hard to believe that a little…


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  • RYan Odin

    Greetings fellow wikians!

    After the rollercoaster ride of a season finale, let's get back into comic territory, where cliffhangers are actually done well for example in...



    We start off with Siddiq, Paula and Annie checking the gate and get more pleasing background-character interaction as Rick expositions that Negan isn't in alexandria anymore, so the firstbig question from last issue is allready awnsered.

    meanwhile Dante is leading the ordinaries back to the hilltop, he's slowly stepping up from a persistant Romeo to an actual love-interest for Maggie, which is interesting. I personally enjoy Dantes character on it's own but I just can't pisture Maggie with anyone else but Glenn just yet so we'll so how this will play out.

    Bitchboy Brandon ge…



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  • UndeadMuse

    After the rage and disappointment of the finale wore off, I was left with time to think back on all of season 6. While it had some good moments in my opinion, there where several more that made me wonder what the people behind said moments where thinking.

    The suspense of the wolves who they where why they behaved the way they did had me psyched. Was this group a nod to the current comic group the whisperes? I had hoped so. Their attack on Alexandria really gave me hope that this group would be a thorn in our heroes side...

    Instead we got to see Carols super combat skills, and Morgan's aversion to taking down beings who literally tell him they will kill everyone they hold dear. The wasted potential of this group culminates when their leader d…

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  • Mr. Expert

    I am not going to discuss the cliffhanger - enough people have vented at it already and going over it again will raise my blood pressure through the roof. I may do at a later point but not now as it's fresh in the minds of most people whom have recently watched the finale.

    My Guess as to whom the Victim of Lucille is either Aaron or (Edit) Eugene; I'll get to this later.


    Okay, so Negan's introduction is ominous and chilling, I'll say that much. However show Negan doesn't look half as imposing as Comics Negan does - this'll need to be gradually fixed next season.

    Negan moves from person to person, pointing his bat at them: first off I thought he would talk about them a bit more and take an interest. Instead he just, well... didn't.

    Now onto the Luc…



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  • NitroFreakLovesTWD

    So overall in my opinion the episode was pretty good. We got to see Maggie and Rick interact alot, something we haven't seen in a while. The way he spoke to her making it to show you that he really does care for her. The way the Saviours were blocking the roads making it seem like they were just toying with Rick and Co. Then Eugene's departure for the moment was a really emotinal scene. Seeing how he was willing to put everything on the line just to save them. Then..... THEN...... He finally showed up. Negan........ The main bad guy. The main guy who fans have been waiting too see for a very long time. The main guy who is the next real baddy since we havent had one in a long time. The guy who showed rick and Co. true fear. Negan was presen…

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  • WalkerMaimer

    WalkerMaimer's Review on "Last Day on Earth" and Master Blog


    Salutations Wikians,

    Last week's episode, "East" was ok but it got a legion of rioters at the ready. Today, I will be reviewing the season finale, "Last Day on Earth". It is written by Robert Kirkman...wait! Wut? No? Okay folks, I stand corrected, the episode is written by Scott Gimple, and Matt Negrete. And directed by Greg Nicotero.

    So without further ado let's begin!


    Alexandria is once again standing at the crossroads not from the walkers but from the Saviors. Carol left Alexandria on her own while Daryl went on a hunt for Dwight, this urged the others to find them. Morgan and Rick went to find Carol while Glenn, Michonne, and Rosita went after Daryl. Carol encountered a group of …

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  • LudwigVonKoopa22

    Okay, this episode fucking sucked. Worst finale yet.

    1. Waiting until Season 7 (6 months) to kill someone off is the laziest writing ever.

    2. Why is it called Last Day on Earth if no one died except that savior Roman? Yeah I doubt the title refers to him...

    3. Please fire Gimple.

    4. I give up on the show.

    5. 2/10 not enough bloodbath

    6. It's a Season fucking Finale, Gimple. Actually make the episode good.

    Okay, I couldn't think of any other things to rant about, so here are my top five picks for the Lucille treatment:

    1. Daryl - 99% chance

    2. Glenn - 97% chance

    3. Morgan - 75% chance

    4. Carol - 60% chance

    5. Abraham - 50% chance

    So yeah, I give up on the show, Gimple is almost worse than Mazzara, this episode is the shittiest finale in the history of T…

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  • Jettio

    Well, after the finale, I don't know if I can watch anymore. I know that sounds a bit dramatic, but honestly my trust (and every other amc fan's trust) were betrayed today. To be honest,  the best comic moment ever (IMO) was ruined. And I can't really bother waiting 6 months after that. It wasn't just the cliffhanger either; Overall Negan's introduction was disappointing. He barely had as much dialogue as in the comics and it was easy to tell that AMC were trying to rush the end. There were no in-between comments during the beating, just Negan continuously bringing the ban hammer down. Maybe they were low on budget, or maybe they ran out of time. But I honestly would've rathered wait a week than be disappointed like that. I think AMC just …

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  • JPeel

    I don't know what happened to the art form, quite sincerely, my friends. But if it wasn't dead before, this night has most certainly killed what was left of it and nailed down the coffin. For those of you who are unaware, one of the worst season finales of any show ever just aired, and yet, one of the greatest attrocites against graphic novel adaptations and the zombie genre as a whole has just been committed. I cannot, with any joy or humor in my tone, discuss the harmful nature of the piss-poor content that Scott Gimple and Robert Kirkman have just subjected us to. 


    They literally ended the episode in the MIDDLE of Negan's introduction, for one. The scene was going along great, then... 

    - cut to black.

    - roll credits. 

    From this, I am fairly…


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  • SarcasticSenseofHumor

    negan definitely did not kill rick or carl so we can eliminate those two


    it was obvious the voice wasnt a girl so you can eliminate all the girls


    and that leaves the rest LOL

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  • UndeadMuse

    I know many will express their own sentiments about tonight. I will try to do this with as little spoiler as possible since we have people who will not view tonights finale just yet, but I am angry fucking pissed off after tonight and I have to get this out of my system.


    I put up with the "wheres Glenn" bull shit, heck that was after their several "wheres so in so storylines" like Sophia and Beth blah blah. Speculating about characters is fine when you only have to wait a few weeks tops to figure out. Even though the Glenn bs pushed me towards the edge of my rope as it is.


    I need to make it clear I get they do not wish to follow the comics source materials verbatim. I get that it may seem fun to them to have people spending months speculatin…



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  • Pigpen077

    "You can only throw me in the mud so many times before I'm dirty" - Alfred Hitchcock, 1977

    Probably my favorite quote by him. Anyways welcome kids, Jews and show fans for another installment of me ranting over a poorly written cable television series that rapes its source material. Last time I talked about how the show likes to fail at adapting characters and events along with how Daryl's done some really dumb things. Oh and too many flashbacks and how Rick and his friends are fucking lunatics.


    The show just loves its fucking memes. Everywhere you look and everywhere there's a place where TWD memes are being produced. I've never seen a show that loves memes this much. Christ the show forcefeeds memes at this point with the classic food memes…


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  • RYan Odin

    Greetings fellow wikians!

    I decided to depart from my regular blog series to present you with some very special news, because Negans wife has been revealed!

    Thats right no Harem in the TV-series becasue as we all know: violence on TV is okay as long as it isnt sexual.

    SO lets get started!


    Weeeellll its Maggie.

    And I got prove! since I totally Am the most dedicated fan of the TV-series (duh) Ive used my several connections to get a leeked picture of Negan, Maggie and Hershel JR. (he is known as Bruce in the TV-series Spoiler).

    You wana see it?

    well Im technically not allowed to show you... but well I cant leave my fellow wikians hanging can I?










    YOu thought I were joking were you?

    Sily ol RAyn OrDian pulling your leg ?

    But clearly this is 100% legit an…











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  • Jaga 321

    Note: this is personal ideas based upon my ideas, the show, and the comics.


    Rick isn't exactly that big of a deal despite his importance to the show. What does matter however, is his relationships in the war. It is at this point in the show that Jesus becomes his right hand, but in the show many of his most trusted allies are still alive, so more of a 'war council' may be formed, made up of Him, Jesus, Daryl, Abe and Maggie.

    Another key element for Rick is morality. A key theme in S6, it's clear Morgan will have some sort of effect on Rick, causing him to save Negan. Depenending if Morgan survives season 6, either their conflict will continue into the war, or Rick will learn the lessons from the now-dead Morgan.

    At the start of S7 he's going …



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  • Loganw1999

    Who do you guys think is going to die in the season 6 Finale? Personally I think it's going to be Daryl, with a few minor characters sprinkled in like Tobin and the sort. Possibly Abraham as well. What do you guys think?

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  • WalkerMaimer

    WalkerMaimer's Review on "East" and Master Blog


    Salutations Wikians,

    Just to prove that I am not yet dead...I'm back to give you this week's Master Blog that is inferior than the previous two you've read.

    Anyways....

    Last week's episode, "Twice as Far" was shocking mixed with disappointment. Today, I will be reviewing the penultimate episode of the sixth season, "East".It is written by Channing Powell, and Scott Gimple. And directed by Michael Satrazemis.

    So without further ado let's begin!


    Despite of their "successful" assault on one of The Saviors' Outpost, Alexandria is still on alert. Two groups ventured out for the community. Abraham is with Eugene while Daryl is with Rosita and Denise. Everything turns out to be fine until Eugene and Abrah…

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  • Jettio

    Something that I realised

    March 28, 2016 by Jettio

    Well, earlier today I was scrolling through IMDb (as I do) and decided to look at the cast for Last Day On Earth (seeing if any new people were in there). And I found something that has basically confirmed for me Glenn's death. Scott Wilson (Hershel), Jeffrey DeMunn (Dale) and Juan Gabriel Pajera (Morales) are all listed. Now, unless Hershel sewed his head back on, Dale got some fix-your-guts potion from Snape, and Morales, well, he could actually still be alive, these guys are most likely hallucinations. Now, who would hallucinate these three specifically? Glenn. This has led me to believe that Glenn will take his comic counterpart's death. Or maybe he'll die another way during the episode. But unless IMDb is unreliable (haha funny joke),…

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  • ArmandMaes

    The next episode

    March 28, 2016 by ArmandMaes

    The peace has not returned yet. According to me Rick and his team will face even more violence now! A strange refugee group killed the only doctor Alexandria has and more will be killed by them. I think the refugees will plan an evasion on Alexandria. To get around that evasion, Rick and his crew will have to plan a strategie to make sure that no one will get hurt.

    Can't wait for the next episode!

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  • ThomasDoughnut

    Hey guys, I'm back with another post and this time I want to talk about Carols future and if her character is running out of time. So Carol is personally one of my favorite characters and portrays the best how this apocolypse can really change people. Since Season 4, she has become a total bada** and has saved the entire group and many people on multiple occasions. However since the beginning of season 6B, all of the people she's killed has started to weigh down on her. For example, when she killed Owen they showed the instant regret in her face due to the realization that he's a good man and people could change (sacrificed himself for Denise). After that we could see that she has started keeping track of the people she has killed. In the …

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  • BernieBoi

    6 CHARACTERS THAT DARYL DIXON KILLED


    Hey, yes. It's me. I thought you were leaving for good. I know what I might said back then, but i just gotta do this. I've been talking to my own goddamn self for the last week, ever since that 14th episode of the current season of the TV series, about my freakin annoyance of the much-beloved character named; Daryl Dixon.

    First of all, Who is Daryl Dixon? well, Daryl Dixon is a character created just for the show by Darabont, aka the showrunner who busted his nuts for the show to be made only to be fired and his departure from the show gave birth to Mazzaraverse which butchered the prison storyline from the comic. Yes, i've read the comic, and fucking hell...

    Bern, hating on Daryl Dixon is nothing new. I know,…


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  • Pigpen077

    Hi.

    So it's been a while hasn't it? Too long.

    Anyways let's just get right into me ranting about the show because that's never been done before. *neither has whining about show fans*



    These people fucking slaughter other people like The Wolves did and The Saviors...well not TV Saviors because they're so fucking pussified it actually hurts. These people straight up make some of the dumbest moves ever and yet people route for them. Hell when Gabriel "betrayed" the group in S5 I don't fucking blame him, all he's seen from them is them slaughtering about seven people in his church when they already have them captured at gunpoint. Not to mention everyone is bipolar as fuck and are unbeatable brutes!




    Not gonna rant about Daryl because it's already be…






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  • RYan Odin

    Greetings fellow wikians

    After the moderate success of my "Ryan-reviews" series which deals with the comic series and new releases of covers, I finally have enpugh confidence to write more frequently. So this time Im coming to you with a continuation of a previousblog of mine (http://walkingdead.wikia.com/wiki/User_blog:RYan_Odin/Top_5_better_TV-charakters.) which Ill call:

    3 more charakters which are better in the TV-series than  then they are in the comics.

    Most of us deem the TV-series inferior to the comics, myself included, but even I have to admit that some charakters in the TV-series are just better executed than their comic-counterparts.

    Now you have to beware 2 things before reading this blog:

    1. This is only my opinion so if you disag…

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  • QueenOfHearts2

    During the past few episodes theres been a considerable amount of screentime for Rosita, usually this means they'll be killed off I.E:

    Dale (S2E11), T-Dog (S3E4), Andrea (S3E14), Hershel (S4E5) and the latest casualty Denise (S6E14)

    Now, how about since it seems more logical to give Rosita Denise's CS death that she gets captured in Ep 15 due to the promo and is taken to Negan who enforces her to become one of his wives, This would lead to a larger story arc and the possible reunion of Abraham & Rosita which leads into S7 as the group try and get her back, similar to a Beth situation but maybe successful?





    As of right now, especially with Dwight's early interactions with her it may be possible, also hindering the group slightly as Negan takes fondne…





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  • Mr. Expert

    Season 2 lacked any real direction beyond escaping Howe's Hardware, evidenced the shambles that was "Amid The Ruins". Now the group is even smaller after Rebecca's anticlimactic death, and a bunch of Russians now smell the survivor's blood...


    The opening was odd given the ending of the previous episode: the cliffhanger? The episode begins and the group have suffered no causalities but the Russians are basically defeated. I absolutely loathed it. The Russians drop like flies and Jane unsurprisingly returns "for Clem". Heroine's return my ass.

    Then the game forces Clem to become Ms. Moral-Highground when Kenny takes Ringleader Russian as a human shield, because... Why?! If anything the human shield idea is good to get an enemy to surrender. De…



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  • JPeel

    In Sunday night's episode of The Walking Dead, we saw our friendly-neighborhood doctor, Denise Cloyd, reunite with her twin brother in the backroom of their family-owned pharmacy. This absolutely brilliant idea drew from a similar scenario in the first episode of Telltale's Season 1 video game. 



    Lee's encounter with his twin brother, who is too rotten to walk, confirms his fear that his family is dead.





    From the very beginning, Denise's interest in venturing out to the pharmacy simply feels out-of-character for her. Although we don't exactly know what she's been doing throughout these intervals of time, apart from treating Carl's eye wound, we soon find that she's not just attempting to overcome her fears. Her request to visit the pharmacy com…







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  • Pops Capo
    Pops Capo's Review on "Twice as Far" and Master Blog

    Hello kids,

    After last week's episode I was hoping this one wouldn't be pure filler, and thankfully it wasn't. This episode was directed by Alrick Riley, written by Matt Negrete and is the fourteenth episode of season six.

    Around three years ago we were watching the fourteenth episode of season three, "Prey." Let that sink in for a moment.


    Oh look, Olivia still exists. I didn't even remember.

    The episode starts showing the day to day in Alexandria. Morgan is working on a cell, which looks suspiciously like a certain cell from the comics. Oh look, Rosita and... Spencer? Eh, screw it, TV Eugene sucks anyway.

    What's up with the silly scene transitions? Man, they keep trying to be artful and keep …

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  • Polari101010

    In the show's 6 year run, where do you think the writing team, actors and the crew created their best episodes ever aired? Also which season overall do you think stands as the strongest against the current 6 in terms of story, pacing, tone and so on. Personally some of the best episodes to me include Days Gone Bye, Better Angels, Killer Within, Arrow on the Doorpost, Internment, Too Far Gone, After, among many others. In terms of best season in my opinion it's difficult since each season succeeds on its own but if I had to boil it down to one Season 4 is the one the comes to mind with Season 6 (so far) riding alongside it. 

    Conversely, I'm curious to see where the show went wrong in terms of episodes/seasons in your opinion. 

    Not a new discu…

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  • RYan Odin

    Greetings fellow wikians!

    After the snorefest that was "The same boat"  I now return aong you with another review, this time we're going to look at the cover for issue 155 which I personally am super excited for, so lets take a lookt at the...


    Now this gets me excided right away, as we can see tons of sidecharacters.

    Aside from our wardogs Dwight, Laura and Gabriel, we also see the rest of the army including Manga, Yumiko and Kelly and more in the background Breanna and Paula.

    After Michonne and Aaron (supposedly) on the last cover, this issue seems to focus on another front of the "slaughter", or both groups have individual objectives but anyway I love the depiction of minor characters on covers, it heps us to not forget about them.

    Also we ha…


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  • CamTheWoot

    CamTheWoot's Review on "The Same Boat" and Master Blog


    Ahoy Wiki people,

    So, Maimer's out doin' his work today; and thus I'll be filling his shoes and writing the master blog. This week, I will be reviewing the thirteenth episode of the sixth season, "The Same Boat". It is written by Angela Kang. And directed by Billy Gierhart.

    So let's get on with it, shall we?




    What an unnecessary adventure this episode was. Completely and utterly pointless. Not quite the most fatuous and irrelevant episode the show's ever given us, but it's certainly up there.

    So the episode starts off with Carol and Maggie walking around in the woods, a siren going off after the events of the last episode. Or maybe that's the soundstrack? Anyway; for the sake of dramatic eff…


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  • Scotsoulgem

    I'm just going to list whos safe and who I think is in danger for the rest of the season, just the more prominent people  (for example not people like Bertie, Andy, Oliva, Scott)and whatnot based on comic deaths, amount of recent screentime, and just my opinion, not counting the saviors


    Pretty obvious why its one or the other clearly one will get Lucille'd, and although I could see Negan surprising us and killing both of them, or turning around and killing Michonne or Maggie, I do doubt it, both do have lots of Evidence that they will get the Lucille treatment, so Its hard to say which, but I do hope its Daryl (and if it is, I hope after Negan does it he flips off conveniently in the direction of the camera)


    and thats about it for now



    Will b…




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  • Jettio

    Well, as we are nearing the Season 6 Finale, I thought I would make a little blog displaying my opinions about the events that would take place in Episode 14, 15 and 16, but mainly what deaths would occur.

    First off, Episode 14. According to the preview, we are going to find out more about Dwight's return and may possibly have Abraham's infamous death, straight out of Issue 98. But will it be Abraham taking the arrow to the head? So far it looks like that, as Abraham has now left Rosita to be with Sasha. But in the comics, Eugene is the one in the love triangle, as Sasha does not exist in the Comics Universe. So this little detail could definitly change the whole scene. Abraham may take his counterpart's death, but the reason I doubt this i…

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  • Polari101010

    As the YouTube channel Trevschan2 discussed in several YouTube videos, since Rick and his band of survivors massacred 10's of Negan's men in episode 12 along with Daryl killing the biker gang in episode 9, Negan killing just one of Rick's group would seem uneven (or unreasonable by Negan's standards) and he might possibly consider killing maybe 2 or 3 of Ricks group or what have you. 

    The two characters that are the most hyped for this iconic death are Daryl and Glenn. If Negan ends up deciding killing one member isn't enough of a message to get Rick in line, how many survivors to you think Negan will publicly bash in a utterly brutal fashion? 

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  • Polari101010

    When The Walking Dead show eventually comes to an end, whenever that may be, what do you think would be the best way or the best place to bring the show to a satisfying conclusion. No matter which way you look at it there will people that will hate it and people that will love it.

    Despite it being the zombie drama that never ends, how or when would you wrap it up?

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  • Polari101010

    Given the titles for the remaining episodes and their respective descriptions being released it is reasonable to assume that Abraham will die similar to his comic counterpart at the hands of Dwight in Episode 15 as the description for episode 16 states a major loss having taken place and Eugene being captured by Dwight. 

    Comic readers will know that this correlates with the events in the comics where Eugene is captured by Dwight and his men when they ambush them on a patrolling exercise with Abraham dying in the process. 

    Since the show has been following the plot lines of the comics at a closer level in recent episodes it would be safe to assume Abraham will die in episode 15. I frankly cannot see any other way for Eugene to be captured by …

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  • WalkerMaimer

    WalkerMaimer's Review on "Not Tomorrow Yet" and Master Blog


    Salutations Wikians,

    Last week's episode, "Knots Untie" was such a treat. Today, I will be reviewing the twelfth episode of the sixth season, "Not Tomorrow Yet". It is written by Seth Hoffman. And directed by Greg Nicotero.

    So without further ado let's begin!


    Jesus tells of his community to Rick and a few others. They then decide to head out to this "community". Along the way, they encounter a wreckage that according to Jesus came from his community. The group rescues the survivors and continues with their journey to Jesus' community, The Hilltop. Rick and company was "greeted" by Gregory, the leader of the community, they try to establish a trade deal with him but failed. After Grego…

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  • XD1

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    Twenty (20) Lucky Prize winners will receive the following:

    • One (1) Steam® download code redeemable online for one (1) free copy of: The Walk…
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  • RYan Odin

    Greetings fellow wikians!

    Different name, same Blog series, no Im still not getting tired. So this month right back in scedule, we're taking a look at...



    Wow this issue was much better than it seemed, once again I was really surprised (maybe Im just too pessmistic?) we had a load of great development and an astounding surprise at the end!

    lets start where last issue ended, with Eugene: the interaktion with the "Radio-stranger" is gorgeous. It's the first time since Ricks hallucination that we got something like this and it's really great. Eugene and the stranger seem to be at the same level based on intelligence alltough he seems a little too causcious, not sure yet if he is threat or allie.

    Now that I mentioned it I gotta adress it: Is he/she…



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  • Gearslover01

    Currently in the show, our main ladies consist of:
    - Carol
    - Maggie
    - Michonne
    - Sasha
    - Tara
    - Rosita
    - Enid

    At this point in comics as the show is currently at, Carol is dead, Andrea and Sophia are alive, and Tara, Sasha, and Enid technically don't exist.

    Now, it terms of mapping out how the female characters in the show will follow certain paths from the comics, I think I have found a clear picture.

    - Michonne: It's clear now TV Michonne has taken Comic Andrea's role Mrs. Grimes as well as the third protagonist behind Rick and Carl. So, like Comic Andrea, Michonne will oversee Alexandria and will continue to be Rick's right hand (wo)man.

    - Maggie: Maggie is here to stay in her comic counterpart, what with being Deanna's protege and her recent dea…









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