• Let's say Fear The Walking Dead is the first companion series and both show The Walking Dead and Fear are both 2 popular AMC shows and AMC decides to renew the series license when the regular series ends AMC has another series call Rise Of The Walking Dead and it takes place in Louisiana.It will be cool to see walkers crawling up from the swamp. Now the far as the protagonist we can't have a Rick Grimes clone let's say his name is Sam, before the apocalypse happened Sam's occupation was a medical examiner and not that the zombie apocalypse starts to occur he has to to what he has to do in order to take care and make sure his family is safe. Let's say Tory Kittles will protray the role of Sam. Why not right Madison is the female Rick Grimes in Fear so let's have a black Rick Grimes I mean it's 2017 right ? That was just what I had in mind for a third Walking Dead series and as the show continues we'll get a big bad let's say Season 2, or more than likely Season 3 Now the villians have to have a different motive they can't be a clone of The governor,or Gareth from Terminus, or not even Negan. The Villian has to be far from differnt as well. They can also travel to let's say New York or another setting to survive on like The Walking Dead and Fear all the characters have to travel to one  place to another kind of like refuge sort of thing like back in season 4 Rick and the survivors found The Sanctuary after the prison was destroyed, and now it's the Hilltop same with Fear first after they traveled from LA then they wen't to Mexico. So they can do some thing like Sam and his family came fromLouisianna and the safest place is let's say Chicago and they have to find the safest place and gather enough food and water and so in order to survive.

    This is just a hypothetically question and theory if you like this theory I for one am a fanatic of The Walking Dead and I'll never get sick or bored of The Walking Dead I wouldn't at all mind a second companion series with TWD so as a fan would you tune in for a series like this if AMC hypothetically happens to get another Walking Dead series?

    I love to hear other fans thoughts.

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    • I'm afraid that would saturate the market. There's a limited amount of things you can do with one genre, and having to split them in 3 shows to avoid repetition would affect the quality and life-span of the series. Plus, unless the main series gets cancelled (Which won't happen), it won't end any time soon.

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    • I would if there's a considerable break between the end of TWD and the new show.

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    • It would be too much for the series, however at the same time I love it when they explore other survivors stories and add to the universe, if they ever did I think it'd be nice to find out fates of Webisode Survivors who disappeared such as Jamie, Billy, Sierra, Mandy, Paul, Chase, Kelly, Gabi etc.

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    • Jack7809 wrote:
      It would be too much for the series, however at the same time I love it when they explore other survivors stories and add to the universe, if they ever did I think it'd be nice to find out fates of Webisode Survivors who disappeared such as Jamie, Billy, Sierra, Mandy, Paul, Chase, Kelly, Gabi etc.

      I'm inclined to believe Sierra and Gabi are still appearing, but I could be wrong.

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    • DipsonDP wrote:
      I'm afraid that would saturate the market. There's a limited amount of things you can do with one genre, and having to split them in 3 shows to avoid repetition would affect the quality and life-span of the series. Plus, unless the main series gets cancelled (Which won't happen), it won't end any time soon.

      That's true even though realistically that makes sense to do that, but that was my biggest desire is to have another series.

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    • Jack7809 wrote:
      It would be too much for the series, however at the same time I love it when they explore other survivors stories and add to the universe, if they ever did I think it'd be nice to find out fates of Webisode Survivors who disappeared such as Jamie, Billy, Sierra, Mandy, Paul, Chase, Kelly, Gabi etc.

      I know it make sense for the show to do that which realistcally I can see that happen but as a fan my biggest desire is to have another series just to see how they can not only go along but with fates through out The Walking Dead world like not just Lousiana it can be Canada, New Orleans, New York, or even London. I would love to see how many different how they survive in TWD world and so many potential that TWD franchise could do.

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    • How about Europe? Scottish highlands, London, Paris catacombs, Kremlin, Monte Carlo, not to mention all the different cultures all of which could react differently to the walkers.

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    • I really do hope that we eventually get another show in the franchise. I don't believe another show would be over saturation, there is always many different things they can do. I don't think it should be set in the south, because fear is moving to Texas which is pretty much the same ad Louisiana. Plus the original show started in Georgia, so for me I would want something set in the north.

      Preferably a place with snow. Imagine survivors trekking through the show and all of a sudden a walker burried in the show comes out and attacks a survivor. To go even further imagine trying to escape from walkers on the ice. Think about it your trying to run from walkers, and can't keep your balance on the ice. Imagine sliding on the ice trying to get a grip on something to kil walkers and support yourself imagine the tension filled moments. An African American leader would be great too I feel if they do another series the leader should be a different race.

      Look at the other channels like CBS with the CSI franchise and NBC with the Chicago franchise. These shows don't have nearly as big of a fan base as twd, and they are still very popular and not over saturated. If these networks with these shows can do it then so can AMC with the walking dead as long as they do different things with the story.

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    • Cool suggestions. Telltale's S2 E5 did the "Walkers On Ice" concept pretty well.

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    • Well, I'm hoping we get minimal desert. FTWD has given us enough desert.

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    • PowerPiranha666 wrote:
      How about Europe? Scottish highlands, London, Paris catacombs, Kremlin, Monte Carlo, not to mention all the different cultures all of which could react differently to the walkers.

      Europe would be dope, aw man I didn't thought about Europe that will be dope to see characters from all the other countries of how they survive in TWD world. That would be awesome.

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    • JCB95 wrote:
      I really do hope that we eventually get another show in the franchise. I don't believe another show would be over saturation, there is always many different things they can do. I don't think it should be set in the south, because fear is moving to Texas which is pretty much the same ad Louisiana. Plus the original show started in Georgia, so for me I would want something set in the north.

      Preferably a place with snow. Imagine survivors trekking through the show and all of a sudden a walker burried in the show comes out and attacks a survivor. To go even further imagine trying to escape from walkers on the ice. Think about it your trying to run from walkers, and can't keep your balance on the ice. Imagine sliding on the ice trying to get a grip on something to kil walkers and support yourself imagine the tension filled moments. An African American leader would be great too I feel if they do another series the leader should be a different race.

      Look at the other channels like CBS with the CSI franchise and NBC with the Chicago franchise. These shows don't have nearly as big of a fan base as twd, and they are still very popular and not over saturated. If these networks with these shows can do it then so can AMC with the walking dead as long as they do different things with the story.

      Yeah JCB95 I'm not trying to butter you up but your idea sounds better than mine. Really, now talk about something new and different that would be dope like have the one character take some kind of ice or ice pick and stab a walker and trying to run away from the walkers and survivors are trying to survive on such a blizzard cold weather. Now talk about something fresh and different the snow idea is seriously dope and come to think of it I've never see snow with the comics nor FTWD,maybe alittle in the video game at the end of the season. But othere than that I like your theory and thinking just by the setting can make the story kind of repeatative and in order for TWD to become a franchise it also can have a different race and a different setting to make the story less repeatative.

      Good thinking JCB95 !!

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    • Kenneth Tanner wrote:
      JCB95 wrote:
      I really do hope that we eventually get another show in the franchise. I don't believe another show would be over saturation, there is always many different things they can do. I don't think it should be set in the south, because fear is moving to Texas which is pretty much the same ad Louisiana. Plus the original show started in Georgia, so for me I would want something set in the north.

      Preferably a place with snow. Imagine survivors trekking through the show and all of a sudden a walker burried in the show comes out and attacks a survivor. To go even further imagine trying to escape from walkers on the ice. Think about it your trying to run from walkers, and can't keep your balance on the ice. Imagine sliding on the ice trying to get a grip on something to kil walkers and support yourself imagine the tension filled moments. An African American leader would be great too I feel if they do another series the leader should be a different race.

      Look at the other channels like CBS with the CSI franchise and NBC with the Chicago franchise. These shows don't have nearly as big of a fan base as twd, and they are still very popular and not over saturated. If these networks with these shows can do it then so can AMC with the walking dead as long as they do different things with the story.

      Yeah JCB95 I'm not trying to butter you up but your idea sounds better than mine. Really, now talk about something new and different that would be dope like have the one character take some kind of ice or ice pick and stab a walker and trying to run away from the walkers and survivors are trying to survive on such a blizzard cold weather. Now talk about something fresh and different the snow idea is seriously dope and come to think of it I've never see snow with the comics nor FTWD,maybe alittle in the video game at the end of the season. But othere than that I like your theory and thinking just by the setting can make the story kind of repeatative and in order for TWD to become a franchise it also can have a different race and a different setting to make the story less repeatative.

      Good thinking JCB95 !!


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    • Kenneth Tanner wrote:

      JCB95 wrote:
      I really do hope that we eventually get another show in the franchise. I don't believe another show would be over saturation, there is always many different things they can do. I don't think it should be set in the south, because fear is moving to Texas which is pretty much the same ad Louisiana. Plus the original show started in Georgia, so for me I would want something set in the north.

      Preferably a place with snow. Imagine survivors trekking through the show and all of a sudden a walker burried in the show comes out and attacks a survivor. To go even further imagine trying to escape from walkers on the ice. Think about it your trying to run from walkers, and can't keep your balance on the ice. Imagine sliding on the ice trying to get a grip on something to kil walkers and support yourself imagine the tension filled moments. An African American leader would be great too I feel if they do another series the leader should be a different race.

      Look at the other channels like CBS with the CSI franchise and NBC with the Chicago franchise. These shows don't have nearly as big of a fan base as twd, and they are still very popular and not over saturated. If these networks with these shows can do it then so can AMC with the walking dead as long as they do different things with the story.

      Yeah JCB95 I'm not trying to butter you up but your idea sounds better than mine. Really, now talk about something new and different that would be dope like have the one character take some kind of ice or ice pick and stab a walker and trying to run away from the walkers and survivors are trying to survive on such a blizzard cold weather. Now talk about something fresh and different the snow idea is seriously dope and come to think of it I've never see snow with the comics nor FTWD,maybe alittle in the video game at the end of the season. But othere than that I like your theory and thinking just by the setting can make the story kind of repeatative and in order for TWD to become a franchise it also can have a different race and a different setting to make the story less repeatative.

      Good thinking JCB95 !!

      Now yes the original show doesn't feature snow along with Fear. Now I don't play the video games so I don't know if they feature snow, but the come definitely does. In the second half of volume 1 and most of volume 2 heavy features snow. The biggest part of the comics that features snow is during the now way out story arc. I'm actually thinking of writing a book series set in a zombie apocalypse and have the first 2 books feature snow.

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    • Most of Season 2 of the videogame takes place during winter, with snow.

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    • How about something about a cult? Like, the "apocalyptic visionary religious zealot" has been a villain in a lot os post-apocalyptic stories, but seldom the protagonist. What if the story focuses on a People's Temple-esque cult with a clearly unstable but very charismatic and survival-efficient leader and a group of his followers. How they struggle to survive, gather and lose followers, uphold their potentially twisted faith.

      The main character could be a cult leader, either a zealot or just a really successful conman way in over his head. Maybe the protagonist is someone who joined the cult because they had supplies after the outbreak. Maybe it's one of the followers who begins to doubt their leader's increasingly deranged actions.

      Not to mention if we are going down the "crazy cult" road this could be the first time we actually see our main characters as the shittier people in all this (Negan or the Governor is arguably worse than Rick, Carver is arguably worse than Clementine, etc).

      And it could be set in the snow. Like, they're travelling to promised land, maybe somewhere in Northern Canada (Nunavut? Yukon? Alaska?), and the conditions keep getting increasingly shitty as winter hits, and they are clearly slowly dying off, yet the leader presses on. Maybe the leader dies midway and chooses one previously unwilling follower to become his prophet. Maybe they find a Kingdom-like huge safe zone but wind up destroying it from inside.

      I think that could make a good limited series if done right and with enough originality.

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    • JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:

      JCB95 wrote:
      I really do hope that we eventually get another show in the franchise. I don't believe another show would be over saturation, there is always many different things they can do. I don't think it should be set in the south, because fear is moving to Texas which is pretty much the same ad Louisiana. Plus the original show started in Georgia, so for me I would want something set in the north.

      Preferably a place with snow. Imagine survivors trekking through the show and all of a sudden a walker burried in the show comes out and attacks a survivor. To go even further imagine trying to escape from walkers on the ice. Think about it your trying to run from walkers, and can't keep your balance on the ice. Imagine sliding on the ice trying to get a grip on something to kil walkers and support yourself imagine the tension filled moments. An African American leader would be great too I feel if they do another series the leader should be a different race.

      Look at the other channels like CBS with the CSI franchise and NBC with the Chicago franchise. These shows don't have nearly as big of a fan base as twd, and they are still very popular and not over saturated. If these networks with these shows can do it then so can AMC with the walking dead as long as they do different things with the story.

      Yeah JCB95 I'm not trying to butter you up but your idea sounds better than mine. Really, now talk about something new and different that would be dope like have the one character take some kind of ice or ice pick and stab a walker and trying to run away from the walkers and survivors are trying to survive on such a blizzard cold weather. Now talk about something fresh and different the snow idea is seriously dope and come to think of it I've never see snow with the comics nor FTWD,maybe alittle in the video game at the end of the season. But othere than that I like your theory and thinking just by the setting can make the story kind of repeatative and in order for TWD to become a franchise it also can have a different race and a different setting to make the story less repeatative.

      Good thinking JCB95 !!

      Now yes the original show doesn't feature snow along with Fear. Now I don't play the video games so I don't know if they feature snow, but the come definitely does. In the second half of volume 1 and most of volume 2 heavy features snow. The biggest part of the comics that features snow is during the now way out story arc. I'm actually thinking of writing a book series set in a zombie apocalypse and have the first 2 books feature snow.

      The game only featured a little bit of snow but that idea is still awesome. Yes I can recall there was snow in the comics. As for the show I'd like to see that aspect on the show. It's something different and fresh. You know you can check ou the demo on Youtube you don't necessary have to play the game. Trust me I'm not saying this because I'm a Walking Dead fanatic but this is another reason why I think the video game series worked is because in that series you don't have Rick clone it was about this character name Lee and this little Girl name Clementine. If you get a chance you should check it out on Youtbe The Walking Dead Season 1 Episode 1 the video game I watch the demo like as if that's another TV show. Trust man you'll enjoy the game.

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    • Kenneth Tanner wrote:

      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:

      JCB95 wrote:
      I really do hope that we eventually get another show in the franchise. I don't believe another show would be over saturation, there is always many different things they can do. I don't think it should be set in the south, because fear is moving to Texas which is pretty much the same ad Louisiana. Plus the original show started in Georgia, so for me I would want something set in the north.

      Preferably a place with snow. Imagine survivors trekking through the show and all of a sudden a walker burried in the show comes out and attacks a survivor. To go even further imagine trying to escape from walkers on the ice. Think about it your trying to run from walkers, and can't keep your balance on the ice. Imagine sliding on the ice trying to get a grip on something to kil walkers and support yourself imagine the tension filled moments. An African American leader would be great too I feel if they do another series the leader should be a different race.

      Look at the other channels like CBS with the CSI franchise and NBC with the Chicago franchise. These shows don't have nearly as big of a fan base as twd, and they are still very popular and not over saturated. If these networks with these shows can do it then so can AMC with the walking dead as long as they do different things with the story.

      Yeah JCB95 I'm not trying to butter you up but your idea sounds better than mine. Really, now talk about something new and different that would be dope like have the one character take some kind of ice or ice pick and stab a walker and trying to run away from the walkers and survivors are trying to survive on such a blizzard cold weather. Now talk about something fresh and different the snow idea is seriously dope and come to think of it I've never see snow with the comics nor FTWD,maybe alittle in the video game at the end of the season. But othere than that I like your theory and thinking just by the setting can make the story kind of repeatative and in order for TWD to become a franchise it also can have a different race and a different setting to make the story less repeatative.

      Good thinking JCB95 !!

      Now yes the original show doesn't feature snow along with Fear. Now I don't play the video games so I don't know if they feature snow, but the come definitely does. In the second half of volume 1 and most of volume 2 heavy features snow. The biggest part of the comics that features snow is during the now way out story arc. I'm actually thinking of writing a book series set in a zombie apocalypse and have the first 2 books feature snow.

      The game only featured a little bit of snow but that idea is still awesome. Yes I can recall there was snow in the comics. As for the show I'd like to see that aspect on the show. It's something different and fresh. You know you can check ou the demo on Youtube you don't necessary have to play the game. Trust me I'm not saying this because I'm a Walking Dead fanatic but this is another reason why I think the video game series worked is because in that series you don't have Rick clone it was about this character name Lee and this little Girl name Clementine. If you get a chance you should check it out on Youtbe The Walking Dead Season 1 Episode 1 the video game I watch the demo like as if that's another TV show. Trust man you'll enjoy the game.

      My story would take place in Minnesot, because they are known for having a lot of show. The lead protagonist is a man named Christopher "Chris" Douglas. Unlike Rick and Madison who have high up jobs (Cop, school guidance councilor). Chris would be a man who started a family with his wife in senior year of high school which caused him not be able to go to college. Chris would have a job as manager of a target store because Minnesota is known for target. My main focus of the story would focus on the everyday man, trying to protect his wife teenage kids and lead his group. I don't really see Rick as an everyday man, due to his background as a cop he sometimes feels more powerful than he should be. Fear did make it more like the everyday person, but it still seems a bit unrealistic. I personally would like to see a show where everyday people like myself can relate.

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    • The whole theme of family has already been done to death here to be honest. Rick, Alan, Hershel, Kenny, Madison, Travis, Javier, quite a few others.

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    • PowerPiranha666 wrote:
      The whole theme of family has already been done to death here to be honest. Rick, Alan, Hershel, Kenny, Madison, Travis, Javier, quite a few others.

      I kind of have to agree. Nobody wants to see parents be strong for their kids, followed by their kids just becoming fucked up anyway. It's been done.

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    • RazeSpear wrote:
      PowerPiranha666 wrote:
      The whole theme of family has already been done to death here to be honest. Rick, Alan, Hershel, Kenny, Madison, Travis, Javier, quite a few others.
      I kind of have to agree. Nobody wants to see parents be strong for their kids, followed by their kids just becoming fucked up anyway. It's been done.

      Plenty of other themes and questions to ask.

      You know, this obviously would never fit with the Walking Dead canon or even headcanon, but imagine a TWD-style zombie story that just completely lampoons the whole thing. Like, not zombie movies in general, just the grit of the TWD series. Something that on first glance looks like it could be a serious show but takes itself so seriously and incorporates so many cliches it becomes goofy.

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    • PowerPiranha666 wrote:
      RazeSpear wrote:
      PowerPiranha666 wrote:
      The whole theme of family has already been done to death here to be honest. Rick, Alan, Hershel, Kenny, Madison, Travis, Javier, quite a few others.
      I kind of have to agree. Nobody wants to see parents be strong for their kids, followed by their kids just becoming fucked up anyway. It's been done.
      Plenty of other themes and questions to ask.

      You know, this obviously would never fit with the Walking Dead canon or even headcanon, but imagine a TWD-style zombie story that just completely lampoons the whole thing. Like, not zombie movies in general, just the grit of the TWD series. Something that on first glance looks like it could be a serious show but takes itself so seriously and incorporates so many cliches it becomes goofy.

      Pretty much Shaun of the Dead vs Dawn of the Dead?

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    • RazeSpear wrote:
      PowerPiranha666 wrote:
      The whole theme of family has already been done to death here to be honest. Rick, Alan, Hershel, Kenny, Madison, Travis, Javier, quite a few others.
      I kind of have to agree. Nobody wants to see parents be strong for their kids, followed by their kids just becoming fucked up anyway. It's been done.

      True it does get repeative at that if it does continue that route.

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    • JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:


      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:


      JCB95 wrote:
      I really do hope that we eventually get another show in the franchise. I don't believe another show would be over saturation, there is always many different things they can do. I don't think it should be set in the south, because fear is moving to Texas which is pretty much the same ad Louisiana. Plus the original show started in Georgia, so for me I would want something set in the north.

      Preferably a place with snow. Imagine survivors trekking through the show and all of a sudden a walker burried in the show comes out and attacks a survivor. To go even further imagine trying to escape from walkers on the ice. Think about it your trying to run from walkers, and can't keep your balance on the ice. Imagine sliding on the ice trying to get a grip on something to kil walkers and support yourself imagine the tension filled moments. An African American leader would be great too I feel if they do another series the leader should be a different race.

      Look at the other channels like CBS with the CSI franchise and NBC with the Chicago franchise. These shows don't have nearly as big of a fan base as twd, and they are still very popular and not over saturated. If these networks with these shows can do it then so can AMC with the walking dead as long as they do different things with the story.

      Yeah JCB95 I'm not trying to butter you up but your idea sounds better than mine. Really, now talk about something new and different that would be dope like have the one character take some kind of ice or ice pick and stab a walker and trying to run away from the walkers and survivors are trying to survive on such a blizzard cold weather. Now talk about something fresh and different the snow idea is seriously dope and come to think of it I've never see snow with the comics nor FTWD,maybe alittle in the video game at the end of the season. But othere than that I like your theory and thinking just by the setting can make the story kind of repeatative and in order for TWD to become a franchise it also can have a different race and a different setting to make the story less repeatative.

      Good thinking JCB95 !!

      Now yes the original show doesn't feature snow along with Fear. Now I don't play the video games so I don't know if they feature snow, but the come definitely does. In the second half of volume 1 and most of volume 2 heavy features snow. The biggest part of the comics that features snow is during the now way out story arc. I'm actually thinking of writing a book series set in a zombie apocalypse and have the first 2 books feature snow.
      The game only featured a little bit of snow but that idea is still awesome. Yes I can recall there was snow in the comics. As for the show I'd like to see that aspect on the show. It's something different and fresh. You know you can check ou the demo on Youtube you don't necessary have to play the game. Trust me I'm not saying this because I'm a Walking Dead fanatic but this is another reason why I think the video game series worked is because in that series you don't have Rick clone it was about this character name Lee and this little Girl name Clementine. If you get a chance you should check it out on Youtbe The Walking Dead Season 1 Episode 1 the video game I watch the demo like as if that's another TV show. Trust man you'll enjoy the game.
      My story would take place in Minnesot, because they are known for having a lot of show. The lead protagonist is a man named Christopher "Chris" Douglas. Unlike Rick and Madison who have high up jobs (Cop, school guidance councilor). Chris would be a man who started a family with his wife in senior year of high school which caused him not be able to go to college. Chris would have a job as manager of a target store because Minnesota is known for target. My main focus of the story would focus on the everyday man, trying to protect his wife teenage kids and lead his group. I don't really see Rick as an everyday man, due to his background as a cop he sometimes feels more powerful than he should be. Fear did make it more like the everyday person, but it still seems a bit unrealistic. I personally would like to see a show where everyday people like myself can relate.

      I like that, I'm not trying to butter you up but if they made a third companion series this is the theory and story the third show should be about. Really your pitch was better than mine that makes the story less repeatative and something different and fresh, that we never seen before in The Walking Dead. I really like that.

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    • Kenneth Tanner wrote:

      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:


      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:


      JCB95 wrote:
      I really do hope that we eventually get another show in the franchise. I don't believe another show would be over saturation, there is always many different things they can do. I don't think it should be set in the south, because fear is moving to Texas which is pretty much the same ad Louisiana. Plus the original show started in Georgia, so for me I would want something set in the north.

      Preferably a place with snow. Imagine survivors trekking through the show and all of a sudden a walker burried in the show comes out and attacks a survivor. To go even further imagine trying to escape from walkers on the ice. Think about it your trying to run from walkers, and can't keep your balance on the ice. Imagine sliding on the ice trying to get a grip on something to kil walkers and support yourself imagine the tension filled moments. An African American leader would be great too I feel if they do another series the leader should be a different race.

      Look at the other channels like CBS with the CSI franchise and NBC with the Chicago franchise. These shows don't have nearly as big of a fan base as twd, and they are still very popular and not over saturated. If these networks with these shows can do it then so can AMC with the walking dead as long as they do different things with the story.

      Yeah JCB95 I'm not trying to butter you up but your idea sounds better than mine. Really, now talk about something new and different that would be dope like have the one character take some kind of ice or ice pick and stab a walker and trying to run away from the walkers and survivors are trying to survive on such a blizzard cold weather. Now talk about something fresh and different the snow idea is seriously dope and come to think of it I've never see snow with the comics nor FTWD,maybe alittle in the video game at the end of the season. But othere than that I like your theory and thinking just by the setting can make the story kind of repeatative and in order for TWD to become a franchise it also can have a different race and a different setting to make the story less repeatative.

      Good thinking JCB95 !!

      Now yes the original show doesn't feature snow along with Fear. Now I don't play the video games so I don't know if they feature snow, but the come definitely does. In the second half of volume 1 and most of volume 2 heavy features snow. The biggest part of the comics that features snow is during the now way out story arc. I'm actually thinking of writing a book series set in a zombie apocalypse and have the first 2 books feature snow.
      The game only featured a little bit of snow but that idea is still awesome. Yes I can recall there was snow in the comics. As for the show I'd like to see that aspect on the show. It's something different and fresh. You know you can check ou the demo on Youtube you don't necessary have to play the game. Trust me I'm not saying this because I'm a Walking Dead fanatic but this is another reason why I think the video game series worked is because in that series you don't have Rick clone it was about this character name Lee and this little Girl name Clementine. If you get a chance you should check it out on Youtbe The Walking Dead Season 1 Episode 1 the video game I watch the demo like as if that's another TV show. Trust man you'll enjoy the game.
      My story would take place in Minnesot, because they are known for having a lot of show. The lead protagonist is a man named Christopher "Chris" Douglas. Unlike Rick and Madison who have high up jobs (Cop, school guidance councilor). Chris would be a man who started a family with his wife in senior year of high school which caused him not be able to go to college. Chris would have a job as manager of a target store because Minnesota is known for target. My main focus of the story would focus on the everyday man, trying to protect his wife teenage kids and lead his group. I don't really see Rick as an everyday man, due to his background as a cop he sometimes feels more powerful than he should be. Fear did make it more like the everyday person, but it still seems a bit unrealistic. I personally would like to see a show where everyday people like myself can relate.

      I like that, I'm not trying to butter you up but if they made a third companion series this is the theory and story the third show should be about. Really your pitch was better than mine that makes the story less repeatative and something different and fresh, that we never seen before in The Walking Dead. I really like that.

      Thanks for the support man. I know a lot of people are saying that the family thing has been done, but my idea is different. Chris protecting his family isn't even the main story point. My idea is to focus on the entire group not make Chris the big important character. TWD focus mostly on Rick which is good, but when they do episodes like swear fans like me could care less. I'd do it where it would be a character and story that kept fans excited. Fear is god but focuses too much on the family unit to the point where nick and Alicia can never die.

      I'd have the pilot start where a group of supply runners are being chased by zombies in the middle of a blizzard. The snow is so thick that they can't see each other or the dead. They eventually make it to a mall, but one of the group is surrounded and the group is forced to leave him behind. As they fade to the opening credits you hear the survor scream, but it's felt ambiguous if they survive until later in the season. Obviously there is some other tension like the door is looked, and they need to pick the lock to get in as the dead is surrounding them but they can just barely see them.

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    • JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:

      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:


      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:



      JCB95 wrote:
      I really do hope that we eventually get another show in the franchise. I don't believe another show would be over saturation, there is always many different things they can do. I don't think it should be set in the south, because fear is moving to Texas which is pretty much the same ad Louisiana. Plus the original show started in Georgia, so for me I would want something set in the north.

      Preferably a place with snow. Imagine survivors trekking through the show and all of a sudden a walker burried in the show comes out and attacks a survivor. To go even further imagine trying to escape from walkers on the ice. Think about it your trying to run from walkers, and can't keep your balance on the ice. Imagine sliding on the ice trying to get a grip on something to kil walkers and support yourself imagine the tension filled moments. An African American leader would be great too I feel if they do another series the leader should be a different race.

      Look at the other channels like CBS with the CSI franchise and NBC with the Chicago franchise. These shows don't have nearly as big of a fan base as twd, and they are still very popular and not over saturated. If these networks with these shows can do it then so can AMC with the walking dead as long as they do different things with the story.

      Yeah JCB95 I'm not trying to butter you up but your idea sounds better than mine. Really, now talk about something new and different that would be dope like have the one character take some kind of ice or ice pick and stab a walker and trying to run away from the walkers and survivors are trying to survive on such a blizzard cold weather. Now talk about something fresh and different the snow idea is seriously dope and come to think of it I've never see snow with the comics nor FTWD,maybe alittle in the video game at the end of the season. But othere than that I like your theory and thinking just by the setting can make the story kind of repeatative and in order for TWD to become a franchise it also can have a different race and a different setting to make the story less repeatative.

      Good thinking JCB95 !!

      Now yes the original show doesn't feature snow along with Fear. Now I don't play the video games so I don't know if they feature snow, but the come definitely does. In the second half of volume 1 and most of volume 2 heavy features snow. The biggest part of the comics that features snow is during the now way out story arc. I'm actually thinking of writing a book series set in a zombie apocalypse and have the first 2 books feature snow.
      The game only featured a little bit of snow but that idea is still awesome. Yes I can recall there was snow in the comics. As for the show I'd like to see that aspect on the show. It's something different and fresh. You know you can check ou the demo on Youtube you don't necessary have to play the game. Trust me I'm not saying this because I'm a Walking Dead fanatic but this is another reason why I think the video game series worked is because in that series you don't have Rick clone it was about this character name Lee and this little Girl name Clementine. If you get a chance you should check it out on Youtbe The Walking Dead Season 1 Episode 1 the video game I watch the demo like as if that's another TV show. Trust man you'll enjoy the game.
      My story would take place in Minnesot, because they are known for having a lot of show. The lead protagonist is a man named Christopher "Chris" Douglas. Unlike Rick and Madison who have high up jobs (Cop, school guidance councilor). Chris would be a man who started a family with his wife in senior year of high school which caused him not be able to go to college. Chris would have a job as manager of a target store because Minnesota is known for target. My main focus of the story would focus on the everyday man, trying to protect his wife teenage kids and lead his group. I don't really see Rick as an everyday man, due to his background as a cop he sometimes feels more powerful than he should be. Fear did make it more like the everyday person, but it still seems a bit unrealistic. I personally would like to see a show where everyday people like myself can relate.
      I like that, I'm not trying to butter you up but if they made a third companion series this is the theory and story the third show should be about. Really your pitch was better than mine that makes the story less repeatative and something different and fresh, that we never seen before in The Walking Dead. I really like that.
      Thanks for the support man. I know a lot of people are saying that the family thing has been done, but my idea is different. Chris protecting his family isn't even the main story point. My idea is to focus on the entire group not make Chris the big important character. TWD focus mostly on Rick which is good, but when they do episodes like swear fans like me could care less. I'd do it where it would be a character and story that kept fans excited. Fear is god but focuses too much on the family unit to the point where nick and Alicia can never die.

      I'd have the pilot start where a group of supply runners are being chased by zombies in the middle of a blizzard. The snow is so thick that they can't see each other or the dead. They eventually make it to a mall, but one of the group is surrounded and the group is forced to leave him behind. As they fade to the opening credits you hear the survor scream, but it's felt ambiguous if they survive until later in the season. Obviously there is some other tension like the door is looked, and they need to pick the lock to get in as the dead is surrounding them but they can just barely see them.

      Shit man, again not just buttering you up but you should be the showrunner for the 3rd Walking Dead series.

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    • One thing though - realistically shopping malls would not last in any zombie scenario. Just saying, it's not a great hiding spot.

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    • PowerPiranha666 wrote: One thing though - realistically shopping malls would not last in any zombie scenario. Just saying, it's not a great hiding spot.

      Yes I know I didn't want to give too much away of my idea, but they would realize it's a graveyard soon enough. They only end up there in a moment of desperation trying to outrun the dead.

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    • Kenneth Tanner wrote:

      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:

      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote: Thanks man, that would be awesome, but realistically it would never happen. Maybe if I actually write a book it could become the next TWD or GOT. The only problem with my series is I have it so far in advanced planned out that it wouldn't work in TWD universe. For example one story arc I have planned is after a timeskip my survors find themselves in the middle of a war between 2 large militia/mini-nations in the D.C. Area. So it would never work since Rick is in that area.

      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:



      JCB95 wrote:
      I really do hope that we eventually get another show in the franchise. I don't believe another show would be over saturation, there is always many different things they can do. I don't think it should be set in the south, because fear is moving to Texas which is pretty much the same ad Louisiana. Plus the original show started in Georgia, so for me I would want something set in the north.

      Preferably a place with snow. Imagine survivors trekking through the show and all of a sudden a walker burried in the show comes out and attacks a survivor. To go even further imagine trying to escape from walkers on the ice. Think about it your trying to run from walkers, and can't keep your balance on the ice. Imagine sliding on the ice trying to get a grip on something to kil walkers and support yourself imagine the tension filled moments. An African American leader would be great too I feel if they do another series the leader should be a different race.

      Look at the other channels like CBS with the CSI franchise and NBC with the Chicago franchise. These shows don't have nearly as big of a fan base as twd, and they are still very popular and not over saturated. If these networks with these shows can do it then so can AMC with the walking dead as long as they do different things with the story.

      Yeah JCB95 I'm not trying to butter you up but your idea sounds better than mine. Really, now talk about something new and different that would be dope like have the one character take some kind of ice or ice pick and stab a walker and trying to run away from the walkers and survivors are trying to survive on such a blizzard cold weather. Now talk about something fresh and different the snow idea is seriously dope and come to think of it I've never see snow with the comics nor FTWD,maybe alittle in the video game at the end of the season. But othere than that I like your theory and thinking just by the setting can make the story kind of repeatative and in order for TWD to become a franchise it also can have a different race and a different setting to make the story less repeatative.

      Good thinking JCB95 !!

      Now yes the original show doesn't feature snow along with Fear. Now I don't play the video games so I don't know if they feature snow, but the come definitely does. In the second half of volume 1 and most of volume 2 heavy features snow. The biggest part of the comics that features snow is during the now way out story arc. I'm actually thinking of writing a book series set in a zombie apocalypse and have the first 2 books feature snow.
      The game only featured a little bit of snow but that idea is still awesome. Yes I can recall there was snow in the comics. As for the show I'd like to see that aspect on the show. It's something different and fresh. You know you can check ou the demo on Youtube you don't necessary have to play the game. Trust me I'm not saying this because I'm a Walking Dead fanatic but this is another reason why I think the video game series worked is because in that series you don't have Rick clone it was about this character name Lee and this little Girl name Clementine. If you get a chance you should check it out on Youtbe The Walking Dead Season 1 Episode 1 the video game I watch the demo like as if that's another TV show. Trust man you'll enjoy the game.
      My story would take place in Minnesot, because they are known for having a lot of show. The lead protagonist is a man named Christopher "Chris" Douglas. Unlike Rick and Madison who have high up jobs (Cop, school guidance councilor). Chris would be a man who started a family with his wife in senior year of high school which caused him not be able to go to college. Chris would have a job as manager of a target store because Minnesota is known for target. My main focus of the story would focus on the everyday man, trying to protect his wife teenage kids and lead his group. I don't really see Rick as an everyday man, due to his background as a cop he sometimes feels more powerful than he should be. Fear did make it more like the everyday person, but it still seems a bit unrealistic. I personally would like to see a show where everyday people like myself can relate.
      I like that, I'm not trying to butter you up but if they made a third companion series this is the theory and story the third show should be about. Really your pitch was better than mine that makes the story less repeatative and something different and fresh, that we never seen before in The Walking Dead. I really like that.
      Thanks for the support man. I know a lot of people are saying that the family thing has been done, but my idea is different. Chris protecting his family isn't even the main story point. My idea is to focus on the entire group not make Chris the big important character. TWD focus mostly on Rick which is good, but when they do episodes like swear fans like me could care less. I'd do it where it would be a character and story that kept fans excited. Fear is god but focuses too much on the family unit to the point where nick and Alicia can never die.

      I'd have the pilot start where a group of supply runners are being chased by zombies in the middle of a blizzard. The snow is so thick that they can't see each other or the dead. They eventually make it to a mall, but one of the group is surrounded and the group is forced to leave him behind. As they fade to the opening credits you hear the survor scream, but it's felt ambiguous if they survive until later in the season. Obviously there is some other tension like the door is looked, and they need to pick the lock to get in as the dead is surrounding them but they can just barely see them.

      Shit man, again not just buttering you up but you should be the showrunner for the 3rd Walking Dead series.

      Thanks man, maybe if I actually write a book it could become the next TWD or GOt, but it would probably never happen. Realistically my story would never work as another TWD series. One of the story arcs I have planned is after a timeskip my survivors get mixed up in a war between 2 militia groups/mini-nations that takes place in the D.C. Area, and starts to expand the world. It would never work because Rick is in that area.

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    • JCB95 wrote:

      PowerPiranha666 wrote: One thing though - realistically shopping malls would not last in any zombie scenario. Just saying, it's not a great hiding spot.

      Yes I know I didn't want to give too much away of my idea, but they would realize it's a graveyard soon enough. They only end up there in a moment of desperation trying to outrun the dead.

      Just as an idea (not in place of the mall one) - imagine wrestling with a walker or two on top of a cell tower, all in the middle of a blizzard. Or getting trapped in a mountain lodge in the middle of an avalanche, facing the combined danger of suffocating snow and walkers. Also I could imagine a hostile survivor or a group of hostile survivors going full Simo Hayha and blending in with the snow while taking potshots at the characters.

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    • I'm not even watching the first companion series.

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    • JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:

      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:


      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote: Thanks man, that would be awesome, but realistically it would never happen. Maybe if I actually write a book it could become the next TWD or GOT. The only problem with my series is I have it so far in advanced planned out that it wouldn't work in TWD universe. For example one story arc I have planned is after a timeskip my survors find themselves in the middle of a war between 2 large militia/mini-nations in the D.C. Area. So it would never work since Rick is in that area.


      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:



      JCB95 wrote:
      I really do hope that we eventually get another show in the franchise. I don't believe another show would be over saturation, there is always many different things they can do. I don't think it should be set in the south, because fear is moving to Texas which is pretty much the same ad Louisiana. Plus the original show started in Georgia, so for me I would want something set in the north.

      Preferably a place with snow. Imagine survivors trekking through the show and all of a sudden a walker burried in the show comes out and attacks a survivor. To go even further imagine trying to escape from walkers on the ice. Think about it your trying to run from walkers, and can't keep your balance on the ice. Imagine sliding on the ice trying to get a grip on something to kil walkers and support yourself imagine the tension filled moments. An African American leader would be great too I feel if they do another series the leader should be a different race.

      Look at the other channels like CBS with the CSI franchise and NBC with the Chicago franchise. These shows don't have nearly as big of a fan base as twd, and they are still very popular and not over saturated. If these networks with these shows can do it then so can AMC with the walking dead as long as they do different things with the story.

      Yeah JCB95 I'm not trying to butter you up but your idea sounds better than mine. Really, now talk about something new and different that would be dope like have the one character take some kind of ice or ice pick and stab a walker and trying to run away from the walkers and survivors are trying to survive on such a blizzard cold weather. Now talk about something fresh and different the snow idea is seriously dope and come to think of it I've never see snow with the comics nor FTWD,maybe alittle in the video game at the end of the season. But othere than that I like your theory and thinking just by the setting can make the story kind of repeatative and in order for TWD to become a franchise it also can have a different race and a different setting to make the story less repeatative.

      Good thinking JCB95 !!

      Now yes the original show doesn't feature snow along with Fear. Now I don't play the video games so I don't know if they feature snow, but the come definitely does. In the second half of volume 1 and most of volume 2 heavy features snow. The biggest part of the comics that features snow is during the now way out story arc. I'm actually thinking of writing a book series set in a zombie apocalypse and have the first 2 books feature snow.
      The game only featured a little bit of snow but that idea is still awesome. Yes I can recall there was snow in the comics. As for the show I'd like to see that aspect on the show. It's something different and fresh. You know you can check ou the demo on Youtube you don't necessary have to play the game. Trust me I'm not saying this because I'm a Walking Dead fanatic but this is another reason why I think the video game series worked is because in that series you don't have Rick clone it was about this character name Lee and this little Girl name Clementine. If you get a chance you should check it out on Youtbe The Walking Dead Season 1 Episode 1 the video game I watch the demo like as if that's another TV show. Trust man you'll enjoy the game.
      My story would take place in Minnesot, because they are known for having a lot of show. The lead protagonist is a man named Christopher "Chris" Douglas. Unlike Rick and Madison who have high up jobs (Cop, school guidance councilor). Chris would be a man who started a family with his wife in senior year of high school which caused him not be able to go to college. Chris would have a job as manager of a target store because Minnesota is known for target. My main focus of the story would focus on the everyday man, trying to protect his wife teenage kids and lead his group. I don't really see Rick as an everyday man, due to his background as a cop he sometimes feels more powerful than he should be. Fear did make it more like the everyday person, but it still seems a bit unrealistic. I personally would like to see a show where everyday people like myself can relate.
      I like that, I'm not trying to butter you up but if they made a third companion series this is the theory and story the third show should be about. Really your pitch was better than mine that makes the story less repeatative and something different and fresh, that we never seen before in The Walking Dead. I really like that.
      Thanks for the support man. I know a lot of people are saying that the family thing has been done, but my idea is different. Chris protecting his family isn't even the main story point. My idea is to focus on the entire group not make Chris the big important character. TWD focus mostly on Rick which is good, but when they do episodes like swear fans like me could care less. I'd do it where it would be a character and story that kept fans excited. Fear is god but focuses too much on the family unit to the point where nick and Alicia can never die.

      I'd have the pilot start where a group of supply runners are being chased by zombies in the middle of a blizzard. The snow is so thick that they can't see each other or the dead. They eventually make it to a mall, but one of the group is surrounded and the group is forced to leave him behind. As they fade to the opening credits you hear the survor scream, but it's felt ambiguous if they survive until later in the season. Obviously there is some other tension like the door is looked, and they need to pick the lock to get in as the dead is surrounding them but they can just barely see them.

      Shit man, again not just buttering you up but you should be the showrunner for the 3rd Walking Dead series.
      Thanks man, maybe if I actually write a book it could become the next TWD or GOt, but it would probably never happen. Realistically my story would never work as another TWD series. One of the story arcs I have planned is after a timeskip my survivors get mixed up in a war between 2 militia groups/mini-nations that takes place in the D.C. Area, and starts to expand the world. It would never work because Rick is in that area.

      Then try New York.

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    • PowerPiranha666 wrote:

      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:

      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:


      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote: Thanks man, that would be awesome, but realistically it would never happen. Maybe if I actually write a book it could become the next TWD or GOT. The only problem with my series is I have it so far in advanced planned out that it wouldn't work in TWD universe. For example one story arc I have planned is after a timeskip my survors find themselves in the middle of a war between 2 large militia/mini-nations in the D.C. Area. So it would never work since Rick is in that area.


      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:



      JCB95 wrote:
      I really do hope that we eventually get another show in the franchise. I don't believe another show would be over saturation, there is always many different things they can do. I don't think it should be set in the south, because fear is moving to Texas which is pretty much the same ad Louisiana. Plus the original show started in Georgia, so for me I would want something set in the north.

      Preferably a place with snow. Imagine survivors trekking through the show and all of a sudden a walker burried in the show comes out and attacks a survivor. To go even further imagine trying to escape from walkers on the ice. Think about it your trying to run from walkers, and can't keep your balance on the ice. Imagine sliding on the ice trying to get a grip on something to kil walkers and support yourself imagine the tension filled moments. An African American leader would be great too I feel if they do another series the leader should be a different race.

      Look at the other channels like CBS with the CSI franchise and NBC with the Chicago franchise. These shows don't have nearly as big of a fan base as twd, and they are still very popular and not over saturated. If these networks with these shows can do it then so can AMC with the walking dead as long as they do different things with the story.

      Yeah JCB95 I'm not trying to butter you up but your idea sounds better than mine. Really, now talk about something new and different that would be dope like have the one character take some kind of ice or ice pick and stab a walker and trying to run away from the walkers and survivors are trying to survive on such a blizzard cold weather. Now talk about something fresh and different the snow idea is seriously dope and come to think of it I've never see snow with the comics nor FTWD,maybe alittle in the video game at the end of the season. But othere than that I like your theory and thinking just by the setting can make the story kind of repeatative and in order for TWD to become a franchise it also can have a different race and a different setting to make the story less repeatative.

      Good thinking JCB95 !!

      Now yes the original show doesn't feature snow along with Fear. Now I don't play the video games so I don't know if they feature snow, but the come definitely does. In the second half of volume 1 and most of volume 2 heavy features snow. The biggest part of the comics that features snow is during the now way out story arc. I'm actually thinking of writing a book series set in a zombie apocalypse and have the first 2 books feature snow.
      The game only featured a little bit of snow but that idea is still awesome. Yes I can recall there was snow in the comics. As for the show I'd like to see that aspect on the show. It's something different and fresh. You know you can check ou the demo on Youtube you don't necessary have to play the game. Trust me I'm not saying this because I'm a Walking Dead fanatic but this is another reason why I think the video game series worked is because in that series you don't have Rick clone it was about this character name Lee and this little Girl name Clementine. If you get a chance you should check it out on Youtbe The Walking Dead Season 1 Episode 1 the video game I watch the demo like as if that's another TV show. Trust man you'll enjoy the game.
      My story would take place in Minnesot, because they are known for having a lot of show. The lead protagonist is a man named Christopher "Chris" Douglas. Unlike Rick and Madison who have high up jobs (Cop, school guidance councilor). Chris would be a man who started a family with his wife in senior year of high school which caused him not be able to go to college. Chris would have a job as manager of a target store because Minnesota is known for target. My main focus of the story would focus on the everyday man, trying to protect his wife teenage kids and lead his group. I don't really see Rick as an everyday man, due to his background as a cop he sometimes feels more powerful than he should be. Fear did make it more like the everyday person, but it still seems a bit unrealistic. I personally would like to see a show where everyday people like myself can relate.
      I like that, I'm not trying to butter you up but if they made a third companion series this is the theory and story the third show should be about. Really your pitch was better than mine that makes the story less repeatative and something different and fresh, that we never seen before in The Walking Dead. I really like that.
      Thanks for the support man. I know a lot of people are saying that the family thing has been done, but my idea is different. Chris protecting his family isn't even the main story point. My idea is to focus on the entire group not make Chris the big important character. TWD focus mostly on Rick which is good, but when they do episodes like swear fans like me could care less. I'd do it where it would be a character and story that kept fans excited. Fear is god but focuses too much on the family unit to the point where nick and Alicia can never die.

      I'd have the pilot start where a group of supply runners are being chased by zombies in the middle of a blizzard. The snow is so thick that they can't see each other or the dead. They eventually make it to a mall, but one of the group is surrounded and the group is forced to leave him behind. As they fade to the opening credits you hear the survor scream, but it's felt ambiguous if they survive until later in the season. Obviously there is some other tension like the door is looked, and they need to pick the lock to get in as the dead is surrounding them but they can just barely see them.

      Shit man, again not just buttering you up but you should be the showrunner for the 3rd Walking Dead series.
      Thanks man, maybe if I actually write a book it could become the next TWD or GOt, but it would probably never happen. Realistically my story would never work as another TWD series. One of the story arcs I have planned is after a timeskip my survivors get mixed up in a war between 2 militia groups/mini-nations that takes place in the D.C. Area, and starts to expand the world. It would never work because Rick is in that area.

      Then try New York.

      Part of my story does take place in NY, but eventually I made it where circumstances lead my survivors to the outskirts of D.C. Around Richmond.

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    • I think the concept of TWD does have years left to explore everything, and yes, I do think it's through another show. I think we need to escape America however (something TV as a whole should listen to) so here's a few ideas:

      First of all, you want different themes. The core TWD has covered family, trust, humanity, community, hope, while Fear has covered stuff like immigration, race, power, wealth. We'll try and ignore these.

      Concept one: Nepal A group of young aid workers are trapped in Nepal as the apocalypse begins to tear apart the weak and hostile country. I think this would work well because all the characters would be young and of different cultures, so there's so mentor/kid/mother stereotypes. It's a snow setting which is different, and the environment is just as harsh as the walkers. The survivors do not share a language with the locals, so a translator is now just as important as a doctor. It's a very spiritual place, so the explanation and understanding of the dead would be fundamentally different. I like to think the survivors would eventually take shelter in a ruin for some ancient structure.

      Themes: environment, language, poverty, mysticism, culture, youth, unity, religion etc.

      Concept Two: Bunker A small team of scientists are trapped underground after what they believe to be nucular war. Now sealed into a state of the art research bunker, they must live together, while continuing their research on a deadly new virus. I think this approach would work great as a miniseries and a stealth approach. You don't market it as something to do with the waking dead, and the big twist is when the character(s) finally escape, its revealed to be the world of zombies. The show is focused more on the interactions between the scientists, all who are separated from their loved ones and have their own agendas.

      Themes: isolation, mystery, intrigue, truth, conspiracy

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    • Concept Three: Russia - fearing the infection spreading the Russian government turns totalitarian and when evacuation and quarantine fail they begin to outright massacre any citizens deemed expendable. A group of rag-tag survivors from Moscow flees into Siberian wilderness, pursued by walkers, hypothermia, and the now murderous military.

      Concept Four: Tropical Island - a group of smugglers arrive on a rich kingpin's mansion on a remote paradise island for a big drug deal and to strike it rich. Instead they arrive on the sight of a massacre, with the plague overcoming the local hotel resort and an army of walkers heading their way to the jungle. The pirates are presented with a choice - side with the kingpin, abandon the local group of survivors, and escape themselves, or choose to save the innocent tourists, provoking the combined wrath of the kingpin and the undead.

      Concept Five: Middle East - a lone Israeli soldier and a young Palestinian rebel formerly aligned with a radical terrorist group must traverse the dry, hot desert hoping to reach a fabled safe zone while political and religious odds start to come out between the two.

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    • Concert one is interesting, but for me I don't like when there is a language barrier issue because it's hard for me to read subtitles because I have a vision issue. Also I feel language topic is already addressed in season 3 of fear.

      I'm sorry but I absolutely hate the bunker concept. First of the minute someone dies they realize it's a zombie apocalypse. I'd rather see survivors encounter people from a bunker rather than follow survivors from a bunker.

      Concert three I do like, but I don't know if I could 100% support cause it's very similar to the backstory of my survivors just in the U.S.A.

      Concert four would eventually fail, because unless they end up on the right island how are they going to grow food. If you tell me they just so happen to get on an island where they can grow food I'm not going to believe it. Also there's the trade issue.

      Concert five is interesting, but again surviving in a desert has already been done in fear. Religion has also been covered in season 2 of fear. Also the concert of going to other countries was covered in fear by the group going to Mexico.

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    • It can be a limited series. My personal pick (out of the ones I did) would be concept* four.

      You can have like a 12-issue miniseries, and then end it with the last surviving tourist and the last surviving pirate murdering the kingpin, finding a yacht. The pirate then sacrifices himself to give the last survivor time to escape.

      Then we cut to several days later. The survivor wakes up aboard the yacht amid empty food cans and water canteens, and in the distance spots the skyline of Los Angeles. He/she sail up to it, only to realize the infection spread throughout North America, greeted by an army of Walkers at the beach. He/she grab a pistol with eight bullets, and prepares to face the giant hoard, leaving her fate ambiguous but presumably dead.

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    • I wonder what the hell the Amish are doing. 

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    • Concept Four is my favorite. Will throw morality into the light - save the innocent tourists and try to escape, or be greedy and go after the drugs and likely die before escaping?

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    • JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:

      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:


      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote: Thanks man, that would be awesome, but realistically it would never happen. Maybe if I actually write a book it could become the next TWD or GOT. The only problem with my series is I have it so far in advanced planned out that it wouldn't work in TWD universe. For example one story arc I have planned is after a timeskip my survors find themselves in the middle of a war between 2 large militia/mini-nations in the D.C. Area. So it would never work since Rick is in that area.


      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:



      JCB95 wrote:
      I really do hope that we eventually get another show in the franchise. I don't believe another show would be over saturation, there is always many different things they can do. I don't think it should be set in the south, because fear is moving to Texas which is pretty much the same ad Louisiana. Plus the original show started in Georgia, so for me I would want something set in the north.

      Preferably a place with snow. Imagine survivors trekking through the show and all of a sudden a walker burried in the show comes out and attacks a survivor. To go even further imagine trying to escape from walkers on the ice. Think about it your trying to run from walkers, and can't keep your balance on the ice. Imagine sliding on the ice trying to get a grip on something to kil walkers and support yourself imagine the tension filled moments. An African American leader would be great too I feel if they do another series the leader should be a different race.

      Look at the other channels like CBS with the CSI franchise and NBC with the Chicago franchise. These shows don't have nearly as big of a fan base as twd, and they are still very popular and not over saturated. If these networks with these shows can do it then so can AMC with the walking dead as long as they do different things with the story.

      Yeah JCB95 I'm not trying to butter you up but your idea sounds better than mine. Really, now talk about something new and different that would be dope like have the one character take some kind of ice or ice pick and stab a walker and trying to run away from the walkers and survivors are trying to survive on such a blizzard cold weather. Now talk about something fresh and different the snow idea is seriously dope and come to think of it I've never see snow with the comics nor FTWD,maybe alittle in the video game at the end of the season. But othere than that I like your theory and thinking just by the setting can make the story kind of repeatative and in order for TWD to become a franchise it also can have a different race and a different setting to make the story less repeatative.

      Good thinking JCB95 !!

      Now yes the original show doesn't feature snow along with Fear. Now I don't play the video games so I don't know if they feature snow, but the come definitely does. In the second half of volume 1 and most of volume 2 heavy features snow. The biggest part of the comics that features snow is during the now way out story arc. I'm actually thinking of writing a book series set in a zombie apocalypse and have the first 2 books feature snow.
      The game only featured a little bit of snow but that idea is still awesome. Yes I can recall there was snow in the comics. As for the show I'd like to see that aspect on the show. It's something different and fresh. You know you can check ou the demo on Youtube you don't necessary have to play the game. Trust me I'm not saying this because I'm a Walking Dead fanatic but this is another reason why I think the video game series worked is because in that series you don't have Rick clone it was about this character name Lee and this little Girl name Clementine. If you get a chance you should check it out on Youtbe The Walking Dead Season 1 Episode 1 the video game I watch the demo like as if that's another TV show. Trust man you'll enjoy the game.
      My story would take place in Minnesot, because they are known for having a lot of show. The lead protagonist is a man named Christopher "Chris" Douglas. Unlike Rick and Madison who have high up jobs (Cop, school guidance councilor). Chris would be a man who started a family with his wife in senior year of high school which caused him not be able to go to college. Chris would have a job as manager of a target store because Minnesota is known for target. My main focus of the story would focus on the everyday man, trying to protect his wife teenage kids and lead his group. I don't really see Rick as an everyday man, due to his background as a cop he sometimes feels more powerful than he should be. Fear did make it more like the everyday person, but it still seems a bit unrealistic. I personally would like to see a show where everyday people like myself can relate.
      I like that, I'm not trying to butter you up but if they made a third companion series this is the theory and story the third show should be about. Really your pitch was better than mine that makes the story less repeatative and something different and fresh, that we never seen before in The Walking Dead. I really like that.
      Thanks for the support man. I know a lot of people are saying that the family thing has been done, but my idea is different. Chris protecting his family isn't even the main story point. My idea is to focus on the entire group not make Chris the big important character. TWD focus mostly on Rick which is good, but when they do episodes like swear fans like me could care less. I'd do it where it would be a character and story that kept fans excited. Fear is god but focuses too much on the family unit to the point where nick and Alicia can never die.

      I'd have the pilot start where a group of supply runners are being chased by zombies in the middle of a blizzard. The snow is so thick that they can't see each other or the dead. They eventually make it to a mall, but one of the group is surrounded and the group is forced to leave him behind. As they fade to the opening credits you hear the survor scream, but it's felt ambiguous if they survive until later in the season. Obviously there is some other tension like the door is looked, and they need to pick the lock to get in as the dead is surrounding them but they can just barely see them.

      Shit man, again not just buttering you up but you should be the showrunner for the 3rd Walking Dead series.
      Thanks man, maybe if I actually write a book it could become the next TWD or GOt, but it would probably never happen. Realistically my story would never work as another TWD series. One of the story arcs I have planned is after a timeskip my survivors get mixed up in a war between 2 militia groups/mini-nations that takes place in the D.C. Area, and starts to expand the world. It would never work because Rick is in that area.

      True but your story will make a hell of a series still.

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    • Yeah. This has potential. Just don't spend too long in one location - it gets stale.

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    • And if you can include a Dropkick Murphys song somewhere in a battle scene.

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    • I think the setting should be the Family Feud stage and Steve Harvey has to protect his son Carl and wife Lori. Thoughts?

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    • RazeSpear wrote:
      I think the setting should be the Family Feud stage and Steve Harvey has to protect his son Carl and wife Lori. Thoughts?

      Something of the kind happens in a story I'm writing. Or at the very least planning out. My thing focuses on a batshit crazy group of survivors (among the few are a greaser cyborg, an ex-KGB Russian grandma, a grumpy old katana-wielding Irishman, and a pug with the brain of the United States president) on a road trip through the United States after the nuclear war occurs.

      Long story short a pretty large chunk of it takes place in Las Vegas, where the already lawless and corrupt people are unphased by the breakdown of society. So society goes on as before, albeit with little to no laws or moral restrictions. So to make it out the characters are forced to partake in  a game show, where winners get a ride out of Vegas and the losers get massacred by the audience. I'm considering basing the host off of Steve Harvey.

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    • Kenneth Tanner wrote:

      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:

      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:


      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote: Thanks man, that would be awesome, but realistically it would never happen. Maybe if I actually write a book it could become the next TWD or GOT. The only problem with my series is I have it so far in advanced planned out that it wouldn't work in TWD universe. For example one story arc I have planned is after a timeskip my survors find themselves in the middle of a war between 2 large militia/mini-nations in the D.C. Area. So it would never work since Rick is in that area.


      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:



      JCB95 wrote:
      I really do hope that we eventually get another show in the franchise. I don't believe another show would be over saturation, there is always many different things they can do. I don't think it should be set in the south, because fear is moving to Texas which is pretty much the same ad Louisiana. Plus the original show started in Georgia, so for me I would want something set in the north.

      Preferably a place with snow. Imagine survivors trekking through the show and all of a sudden a walker burried in the show comes out and attacks a survivor. To go even further imagine trying to escape from walkers on the ice. Think about it your trying to run from walkers, and can't keep your balance on the ice. Imagine sliding on the ice trying to get a grip on something to kil walkers and support yourself imagine the tension filled moments. An African American leader would be great too I feel if they do another series the leader should be a different race.

      Look at the other channels like CBS with the CSI franchise and NBC with the Chicago franchise. These shows don't have nearly as big of a fan base as twd, and they are still very popular and not over saturated. If these networks with these shows can do it then so can AMC with the walking dead as long as they do different things with the story.

      Yeah JCB95 I'm not trying to butter you up but your idea sounds better than mine. Really, now talk about something new and different that would be dope like have the one character take some kind of ice or ice pick and stab a walker and trying to run away from the walkers and survivors are trying to survive on such a blizzard cold weather. Now talk about something fresh and different the snow idea is seriously dope and come to think of it I've never see snow with the comics nor FTWD,maybe alittle in the video game at the end of the season. But othere than that I like your theory and thinking just by the setting can make the story kind of repeatative and in order for TWD to become a franchise it also can have a different race and a different setting to make the story less repeatative.

      Good thinking JCB95 !!

      Now yes the original show doesn't feature snow along with Fear. Now I don't play the video games so I don't know if they feature snow, but the come definitely does. In the second half of volume 1 and most of volume 2 heavy features snow. The biggest part of the comics that features snow is during the now way out story arc. I'm actually thinking of writing a book series set in a zombie apocalypse and have the first 2 books feature snow.
      The game only featured a little bit of snow but that idea is still awesome. Yes I can recall there was snow in the comics. As for the show I'd like to see that aspect on the show. It's something different and fresh. You know you can check ou the demo on Youtube you don't necessary have to play the game. Trust me I'm not saying this because I'm a Walking Dead fanatic but this is another reason why I think the video game series worked is because in that series you don't have Rick clone it was about this character name Lee and this little Girl name Clementine. If you get a chance you should check it out on Youtbe The Walking Dead Season 1 Episode 1 the video game I watch the demo like as if that's another TV show. Trust man you'll enjoy the game.
      My story would take place in Minnesot, because they are known for having a lot of show. The lead protagonist is a man named Christopher "Chris" Douglas. Unlike Rick and Madison who have high up jobs (Cop, school guidance councilor). Chris would be a man who started a family with his wife in senior year of high school which caused him not be able to go to college. Chris would have a job as manager of a target store because Minnesota is known for target. My main focus of the story would focus on the everyday man, trying to protect his wife teenage kids and lead his group. I don't really see Rick as an everyday man, due to his background as a cop he sometimes feels more powerful than he should be. Fear did make it more like the everyday person, but it still seems a bit unrealistic. I personally would like to see a show where everyday people like myself can relate.
      I like that, I'm not trying to butter you up but if they made a third companion series this is the theory and story the third show should be about. Really your pitch was better than mine that makes the story less repeatative and something different and fresh, that we never seen before in The Walking Dead. I really like that.
      Thanks for the support man. I know a lot of people are saying that the family thing has been done, but my idea is different. Chris protecting his family isn't even the main story point. My idea is to focus on the entire group not make Chris the big important character. TWD focus mostly on Rick which is good, but when they do episodes like swear fans like me could care less. I'd do it where it would be a character and story that kept fans excited. Fear is god but focuses too much on the family unit to the point where nick and Alicia can never die.

      I'd have the pilot start where a group of supply runners are being chased by zombies in the middle of a blizzard. The snow is so thick that they can't see each other or the dead. They eventually make it to a mall, but one of the group is surrounded and the group is forced to leave him behind. As they fade to the opening credits you hear the survor scream, but it's felt ambiguous if they survive until later in the season. Obviously there is some other tension like the door is looked, and they need to pick the lock to get in as the dead is surrounding them but they can just barely see them.

      Shit man, again not just buttering you up but you should be the showrunner for the 3rd Walking Dead series.
      Thanks man, maybe if I actually write a book it could become the next TWD or GOt, but it would probably never happen. Realistically my story would never work as another TWD series. One of the story arcs I have planned is after a timeskip my survivors get mixed up in a war between 2 militia groups/mini-nations that takes place in the D.C. Area, and starts to expand the world. It would never work because Rick is in that area.

      True but your story will make a hell of a series still.

      Thanks man one possible way I thought of to get around it is Rick is one of many dozens militia unit leaders. We never see him, but there are some vague references to a former sheriff and his unit trying to help hold back invasions along the border either the southern or western border.

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    • A bit far between Georgia and Minnesota though, don't you think?

      If you want to make references to existing canon, try Wellington, Ohio from the Telltale series.

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    • PowerPiranha666 wrote: A bit far between Georgia and Minnesota though, don't you think?

      If you want to make references to existing canon, try Wellington, Ohio from the Telltale series.

      My story starts in Minnesota, but eventually my group ends up in NY, and then eventually ends up close to Richmond. My characters would never be in one place. Book 1 takes place in Minnesota, book 2 takes place in CT, Book 3 takes place in NY/NJ.

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    • PowerPiranha666 wrote:
      RazeSpear wrote:
      I think the setting should be the Family Feud stage and Steve Harvey has to protect his son Carl and wife Lori. Thoughts?
      Something of the kind happens in a story I'm writing. Or at the very least planning out. My thing focuses on a batshit crazy group of survivors (among the few are a greaser cyborg, an ex-KGB Russian grandma, a grumpy old katana-wielding Irishman, and a pug with the brain of the United States president) on a road trip through the United States after the nuclear war occurs.

      Long story short a pretty large chunk of it takes place in Las Vegas, where the already lawless and corrupt people are unphased by the breakdown of society. So society goes on as before, albeit with little to no laws or moral restrictions. So to make it out the characters are forced to partake in  a game show, where winners get a ride out of Vegas and the losers get massacred by the audience. I'm considering basing the host off of Steve Harvey.

      I'm in.

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    • Season 1 will focus on the characters escaping Boston about a week after the nuclear war, then travelling through New England, Pennsylvania, eventually getting to a gigantic military quarantine zone in Washington DC.

      From there after that zone gets destroyed/corrupted/ Ineedtothinkthisthroughmore, we go to the swampy lands of Floribama and the bible belt. A massacre in Disneyland, post-apocalyptic mafia of New Orleans, something something Texas, reenacting the Combahee River Raid this time with a lot more assault rifles and C4. That's season 2.

      Season 3 would be subtitled Death Valley. Since a lot of important characters would be mercilessly massacred at the end of season 2, this would give us a clean slate as the protagonists get abducted and turned into the "indentured servants" of Las Vegas, a dystopia overrun with vice, lawless murder, post-apocalyptic gambling, mutated hookers and irradiated cocaine.

      Season 4 would begin in irradiated Hollywood and San Francisco, however from their after considerable rewrites I have split into two - either we take the naval route to Hawaii, complete with booze, pirating, and Alestorm, or we go up north just as the nuclear winter begins kicking in, through the great plains of Oregon, Washington and Montana, with religious cults, cowboys, and maybe a Christmas special in the middle of August.

      All to a soundtrack including (all clearly unaffordable but let me dream) Johnny Cash, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Alestorm, Ozzy Osbourne and Weird Al Yankovic.

      Probably best presented in the shape of a comic book - kind of like a less melancholic and more batshit crazy Crossed: Wish You Were Here. As my art teacher says, "comic books are movies with an unlimited budget".

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    • Other more crazy characters would include but are not limited to: (keep in mind, the story is supposed to be batshit crazy)

      -A tumblr-dwelling anime otaku fangirl who has undergone severe mutations such as gigantic eyes and unnaturally colored hair, essentially mutating her into the penultimate anime stereotype. Carries an oversized sword that (despite being made of plastic) still does considerable damage as well as her senpai's zombified head in a jar.

      -A Chinese astronaut who has just recently crashlanded on Earth after spending months in cryo-stasis, there is an entire problem with a language barrier, not to mention a completely different culture, not to mention when the nukes started flying China and 'Murica were on each other's receiving end (granted, the US was on everyone's receiving end).

      -A technological prodigy with sclerosis who spent his entire life sheltered, and despite his genius intellect has a somewhat childish outlook on the world. Shortly prior to the outbreak has essentially built a mechanical exo-suit for himself, becoming pracically a superhuman commando as well as considering himself a post-apocalyptic vigilante.

      -A Seth Rogen-looking comic book nerd who somehow developed during the apocalypse an alter ego known as Vulfstragg the Ballbusting - a comic book viking superhero. The idea is that this geek shares his body and mind with a much more pompous, comically violent and bravado-filled viking, the two personalities sort of bouncing back and forth.

      -A political speaker and social rights activist, think MLK or JFK, quickly rising up on the social ladder due to his eloquence, call for peaceful methods and the ability to relate to the masses. Problem is under his benevolent and hopeful exterior he harbors deep psychopathic tendencies, and is in fact a serial killer pre-apocalypse able to get away with his crimes. So as he assumes a higher and higher role among the group, his more twisted traits begin to surface.

      -An amateur rapper and DJ desperately trying to make it big in "the land of the opportunity" pre-apocalypse, and despite being incessantly obnoxious and relying too much on "street cred" (as well as horribly misinterpreting rap terms), is still hopeful, with an ambitious attitude, and the passion to make it big one way or another.

      -A mafia hitman out on a job to kill someone, though nobody is too clear on who, apparently still getting orders from his employers, though it is unclear whether it's coming from someone else or just him going insane. Either way even when doing dirty work he remains polite, collected, cynical, enigmatic, efficient, and surprisingly proficient with a curling iron.

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    • PowerPiranha666 wrote: Other more crazy characters would include but are not limited to: (keep in mind, the story is supposed to be batshit crazy)

      -A tumblr-dwelling anime otaku fangirl who has undergone severe mutations such as gigantic eyes and unnaturally colored hair, essentially mutating her into the penultimate anime stereotype. Carries an oversized sword that (despite being made of plastic) still does considerable damage as well as her senpai's zombified head in a jar.

      -A Chinese astronaut who has just recently crashlanded on Earth after spending months in cryo-stasis, there is an entire problem with a language barrier, not to mention a completely different culture, not to mention when the nukes started flying China and 'Murica were on each other's receiving end (granted, the US was on everyone's receiving end).

      -A technological prodigy with sclerosis who spent his entire life sheltered, and despite his genius intellect has a somewhat childish outlook on the world. Shortly prior to the outbreak has essentially built a mechanical exo-suit for himself, becoming pracically a superhuman commando as well as considering himself a post-apocalyptic vigilante.

      -A Seth Rogen-looking comic book nerd who somehow developed during the apocalypse an alter ego known as Vulfstragg the Ballbusting - a comic book viking superhero. The idea is that this geek shares his body and mind with a much more pompous, comically violent and bravado-filled viking, the two personalities sort of bouncing back and forth.

      -A political speaker and social rights activist, think MLK or JFK, quickly rising up on the social ladder due to his eloquence, call for peaceful methods and the ability to relate to the masses. Problem is under his benevolent and hopeful exterior he harbors deep psychopathic tendencies, and is in fact a serial killer pre-apocalypse able to get away with his crimes. So as he assumes a higher and higher role among the group, his more twisted traits begin to surface.

      -An amateur rapper and DJ desperately trying to make it big in "the land of the opportunity" pre-apocalypse, and despite being incessantly obnoxious and relying too much on "street cred" (as well as horribly misinterpreting rap terms), is still hopeful, with an ambitious attitude, and the passion to make it big one way or another.

      -A mafia hitman out on a job to kill someone, though nobody is too clear on who, apparently still getting orders from his employers, though it is unclear whether it's coming from someone else or just him going insane. Either way even when doing dirty work he remains polite, collected, cynical, enigmatic, efficient, and surprisingly proficient with a curling iron.

      Is this a pitch for a separate post apocalyptic story, cause there was never a nuclear bombs dropped in the world of the walking dead.

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    • PowerPiranha666 wrote:
      Season 1 will focus on the characters escaping Boston about a week after the nuclear war, then travelling through New England, Pennsylvania, eventually getting to a gigantic military quarantine zone in Washington DC.

      From there after that zone gets destroyed/corrupted/ Ineedtothinkthisthroughmore, we go to the swampy lands of Floribama and the bible belt. A massacre in Disneyland, post-apocalyptic mafia of New Orleans, something something Texas, reenacting the Combahee River Raid this time with a lot more assault rifles and C4. That's season 2.

      Season 3 would be subtitled Death Valley. Since a lot of important characters would be mercilessly massacred at the end of season 2, this would give us a clean slate as the protagonists get abducted and turned into the "indentured servants" of Las Vegas, a dystopia overrun with vice, lawless murder, post-apocalyptic gambling, mutated hookers and irradiated cocaine.

      Season 4 would begin in irradiated Hollywood and San Francisco, however from their after considerable rewrites I have split into two - either we take the naval route to Hawaii, complete with booze, pirating, and Alestorm, or we go up north just as the nuclear winter begins kicking in, through the great plains of Oregon, Washington and Montana, with religious cults, cowboys, and maybe a Christmas special in the middle of August.

      All to a soundtrack including (all clearly unaffordable but let me dream) Johnny Cash, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Alestorm, Ozzy Osbourne and Weird Al Yankovic.

      Probably best presented in the shape of a comic book - kind of like a less melancholic and more batshit crazy Crossed: Wish You Were Here. As my art teacher says, "comic books are movies with an unlimited budget".

      My only advice is to change the subtitle of Season 3. Las Vegas and Death Valley are close, but in different states.

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    • Each season takes place on the move. By car, helicopter, boat, foot, et cetera.

      Also yes, this has absolutely nothing to do with the Walking Dead. I just enjoy the concept.

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    • My first thought was to make a hardline zombie show, like TWD or Z Nation (which juding from season 1 is pretty damn good actually). But that wound up too cliched. The next idea was a parody of a reality TV show like Survivor, but with an island full of zombies. But that has already been written. Then I thought about just doing a post-apocalyptic show. Just a straight, gritty one - then I realized realistically all the characters will immediately die of rads. Next idea was a shitty parody of sitcoms like Full House and Saved by the Bell in the post-apocalypse. Again, been done before.

      So then I just decided to do a psychotic epic saga with a road trip through the post-nuclear United States, getting in a multitude of national landmarks and such. Some kooky characters, a lot of comedy intertwined with some actual dramatic setpieces. A big overarching plot connected by chapters.

      Anyhow, this is a Walking Dead wiki, so we might want to get back to that.

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    • PowerPiranha666 wrote: My first thought was to make a hardline zombie show, like TWD or Z Nation (which juding from season 1 is pretty damn good actually). But that wound up too cliched. The next idea was a parody of a reality TV show like Survivor, but with an island full of zombies. But that has already been written. Then I thought about just doing a post-apocalyptic show. Just a straight, gritty one - then I realized realistically all the characters will immediately die of rads. Next idea was a shitty parody of sitcoms like Full House and Saved by the Bell in the post-apocalypse. Again, been done before.

      So then I just decided to do a psychotic epic saga with a road trip through the post-nuclear United States, getting in a multitude of national landmarks and such. Some kooky characters, a lot of comedy intertwined with some actual dramatic setpieces. A big overarching plot connected by chapters.

      Anyhow, this is a Walking Dead wiki, so we might want to get back to that.

      Not to be rude, but your idea sounds a lot like Z Nation which is so ridiculously stupid I'm amazed it lasted 4 going on 5 seasons. I'm not saying this to put you down, this idea just doesn't fit my taste. Keep going with it because there is always an audience for everything.

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    • My idea is a zombie post apocalyptic story similar to the walking dead.

      Season 1 follows our survivors taking up camp in a target store on the outskirts of Minneapolis, Minnesota during the winter. After a group of supply runners get trapped in the city, and one is MIA the protagonist leads a group to rescue his people and search for the missing survivor. The group ends up in a medical facility while searching for the missing survivor. After a massive heard overruns their camp, the group joins the survivors they met at the hospital facility. The 2 groups decide to head east to the coast thinking its safer. They meet 2 pilots who try to fly them to the coast, and the story ends with the survivors plane getting caught in a snowstorm which causes them to crash land in CT. Throughout the season we see flashbacks that reveals how the survivors managed the fist few days of the outbreak.

      Season 2 picks up with our survivors having survived the crash. Our survivors are rescued by a group of survivors from a nearby camp set up on a college campus. The camp is run by the former dean who has taken it upon himself to look after his students who couldn't return home. Chris and the Dean Frank decide to send an expedition team to the city to look for a boat to head south. Meanwhile the group takes in new survivors. Following a devastating attack from within the survivors became divided on how to move forward. After a deal is made with another group of survivors a coup is enacted to overthrow Chris and Frank. In the ensuing case the camp is destroyed and over run leaving the survivors homeless as spring approaches. Let me know if you want to know more of my story.

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    • JCB95 wrote:

      PowerPiranha666 wrote: My first thought was to make a hardline zombie show, like TWD or Z Nation (which juding from season 1 is pretty damn good actually). But that wound up too cliched. The next idea was a parody of a reality TV show like Survivor, but with an island full of zombies. But that has already been written. Then I thought about just doing a post-apocalyptic show. Just a straight, gritty one - then I realized realistically all the characters will immediately die of rads. Next idea was a shitty parody of sitcoms like Full House and Saved by the Bell in the post-apocalypse. Again, been done before.

      So then I just decided to do a psychotic epic saga with a road trip through the post-nuclear United States, getting in a multitude of national landmarks and such. Some kooky characters, a lot of comedy intertwined with some actual dramatic setpieces. A big overarching plot connected by chapters.

      Anyhow, this is a Walking Dead wiki, so we might want to get back to that.

      Not to be rude, but your idea sounds a lot like Z Nation which is so ridiculously stupid I'm amazed it lasted 4 going on 5 seasons. I'm not saying this to put you down, this idea just doesn't fit my taste. Keep going with it because there is always an audience for everything.

      That's the thing - I like ridiculously stupid. At least it beats somber and boring (for me). Appreciate the encouragement though.

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    • PowerPiranha666 wrote:

      JCB95 wrote:

      PowerPiranha666 wrote: My first thought was to make a hardline zombie show, like TWD or Z Nation (which juding from season 1 is pretty damn good actually). But that wound up too cliched. The next idea was a parody of a reality TV show like Survivor, but with an island full of zombies. But that has already been written. Then I thought about just doing a post-apocalyptic show. Just a straight, gritty one - then I realized realistically all the characters will immediately die of rads. Next idea was a shitty parody of sitcoms like Full House and Saved by the Bell in the post-apocalypse. Again, been done before.

      So then I just decided to do a psychotic epic saga with a road trip through the post-nuclear United States, getting in a multitude of national landmarks and such. Some kooky characters, a lot of comedy intertwined with some actual dramatic setpieces. A big overarching plot connected by chapters.

      Anyhow, this is a Walking Dead wiki, so we might want to get back to that.

      Not to be rude, but your idea sounds a lot like Z Nation which is so ridiculously stupid I'm amazed it lasted 4 going on 5 seasons. I'm not saying this to put you down, this idea just doesn't fit my taste. Keep going with it because there is always an audience for everything.

      That's the thing - I like ridiculously stupid. At least it beats somber and boring (for me). Appreciate the encouragement though.

      Yeah well I absolutely hate ridiculously stupid shows, I feel they are a waste of time, I prefer shows that actually have a story to them like TWD. Everybody has their own taste and that's why there are so many different types of shows, books, etc. Good luck with your story!

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    • Ridiculously stupid does not exclude a good story. I just don't want to spend 10 episodes of unlikable poorly acted assholes dicking around on a farm. But alas, this is not a cause fo debate.

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    • PowerPiranha666 wrote:
      Concept Three: Russia - fearing the infection spreading the Russian government turns totalitarian and when evacuation and quarantine fail they begin to outright massacre any citizens deemed expendable. A group of rag-tag survivors from Moscow flees into Siberian wilderness, pursued by walkers, hypothermia, and the now murderous military.

      Concept Four: Tropical Island - a group of smugglers arrive on a rich kingpin's mansion on a remote paradise island for a big drug deal and to strike it rich. Instead they arrive on the sight of a massacre, with the plague overcoming the local hotel resort and an army of walkers heading their way to the jungle. The pirates are presented with a choice - side with the kingpin, abandon the local group of survivors, and escape themselves, or choose to save the innocent tourists, provoking the combined wrath of the kingpin and the undead.

      Concept Five: Middle East - a lone Israeli soldier and a young Palestinian rebel formerly aligned with a radical terrorist group must traverse the dry, hot desert hoping to reach a fabled safe zone while political and religious odds start to come out between the two.

      Wow these are some really good theories here PowerPiranha666

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    • JCB95 wrote:

      PowerPiranha666 wrote:

      JCB95 wrote:

      PowerPiranha666 wrote: My first thought was to make a hardline zombie show, like TWD or Z Nation (which juding from season 1 is pretty damn good actually). But that wound up too cliched. The next idea was a parody of a reality TV show like Survivor, but with an island full of zombies. But that has already been written. Then I thought about just doing a post-apocalyptic show. Just a straight, gritty one - then I realized realistically all the characters will immediately die of rads. Next idea was a shitty parody of sitcoms like Full House and Saved by the Bell in the post-apocalypse. Again, been done before.

      So then I just decided to do a psychotic epic saga with a road trip through the post-nuclear United States, getting in a multitude of national landmarks and such. Some kooky characters, a lot of comedy intertwined with some actual dramatic setpieces. A big overarching plot connected by chapters.

      Anyhow, this is a Walking Dead wiki, so we might want to get back to that.

      Not to be rude, but your idea sounds a lot like Z Nation which is so ridiculously stupid I'm amazed it lasted 4 going on 5 seasons. I'm not saying this to put you down, this idea just doesn't fit my taste. Keep going with it because there is always an audience for everything.
      That's the thing - I like ridiculously stupid. At least it beats somber and boring (for me). Appreciate the encouragement though.
      Yeah well I absolutely hate ridiculously stupid shows, I feel they are a waste of time, I prefer shows that actually have a story to them like TWD. Everybody has their own taste and that's why there are so many different types of shows, books, etc. Good luck with your story!

      I agree JCB95 Z Nation i just a goofy rip off of the Walking Dead. Z Nation is too silly I'm surprise to the people that actually watch something that is that silly.

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    • JCB95 wrote:
      My idea is a zombie post apocalyptic story similar to the walking dead.

      Season 1 follows our survivors taking up camp in a target store on the outskirts of Minneapolis, Minnesota during the winter. After a group of supply runners get trapped in the city, and one is MIA the protagonist leads a group to rescue his people and search for the missing survivor. The group ends up in a medical facility while searching for the missing survivor. After a massive heard overruns their camp, the group joins the survivors they met at the hospital facility. The 2 groups decide to head east to the coast thinking its safer. They meet 2 pilots who try to fly them to the coast, and the story ends with the survivors plane getting caught in a snowstorm which causes them to crash land in CT. Throughout the season we see flashbacks that reveals how the survivors managed the fist few days of the outbreak.

      Season 2 picks up with our survivors having survived the crash. Our survivors are rescued by a group of survivors from a nearby camp set up on a college campus. The camp is run by the former dean who has taken it upon himself to look after his students who couldn't return home. Chris and the Dean Frank decide to send an expedition team to the city to look for a boat to head south. Meanwhile the group takes in new survivors. Following a devastating attack from within the survivors became divided on how to move forward. After a deal is made with another group of survivors a coup is enacted to overthrow Chris and Frank. In the ensuing case the camp is destroyed and over run leaving the survivors homeless as spring approaches. Let me know if you want to know more of my story.

      Wow JCB95 you should become the showrunner for The next Walking Dead show. I mean it's not just the tone of if but it's more fresh and something different that we'd never seen in The Walking Dead franchise before. Like your just living your normal same old ordinary life. Working unlike an average person in a store and have a family to support and all of a sudden out of the bloom  you have an apocalypse starting to break out and Chris tries his best to save his family. That's dope, One thing I just have to ask because I love your thoughts and ideas. I'm so enthusiastic about the pitch of your story so much I have a question just one, If you happen to pick an actor to play the role of Chris who would you pick to portray your protagonist Rick Grimes sort of speak?

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    • PowerPiranha666 wrote: Ridiculously stupid does not exclude a good story. I just don't want to spend 10 episodes of unlikable poorly acted assholes dicking around on a farm. But alas, this is not a cause fo debate.

      I just have a bad taste towards ridiculously stupid shows, cause everyone I try always seems to have no story. I strongly disagree with you about season 2 also. There's a lot more going on then them sitting around on the farm. There can't always be action, and some of the scenes are very important to the story telling. I agree let's not fight we all have our own opinions.

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    • Each to their own of course. I try not to give out empty praise, but I am interested in seeing where your idea goes. It's been a while since anyone on this blasted wiki has had a legitimately interesting, creative and potentially productive conversation.

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    • Kenneth Tanner wrote:
      JCB95 wrote:
      My idea is a zombie post apocalyptic story similar to the walking dead.

      Season 1 follows our survivors taking up camp in a target store on the outskirts of Minneapolis, Minnesota during the winter. After a group of supply runners get trapped in the city, and one is MIA the protagonist leads a group to rescue his people and search for the missing survivor. The group ends up in a medical facility while searching for the missing survivor. After a massive heard overruns their camp, the group joins the survivors they met at the hospital facility. The 2 groups decide to head east to the coast thinking its safer. They meet 2 pilots who try to fly them to the coast, and the story ends with the survivors plane getting caught in a snowstorm which causes them to crash land in CT. Throughout the season we see flashbacks that reveals how the survivors managed the fist few days of the outbreak.

      Season 2 picks up with our survivors having survived the crash. Our survivors are rescued by a group of survivors from a nearby camp set up on a college campus. The camp is run by the former dean who has taken it upon himself to look after his students who couldn't return home. Chris and the Dean Frank decide to send an expedition team to the city to look for a boat to head south. Meanwhile the group takes in new survivors. Following a devastating attack from within the survivors became divided on how to move forward. After a deal is made with another group of survivors a coup is enacted to overthrow Chris and Frank. In the ensuing case the camp is destroyed and over run leaving the survivors homeless as spring approaches. Let me know if you want to know more of my story.

      Wow JCB95 you should become the showrunner for The next Walking Dead show. I mean it's not just the tone of if but it's more fresh and something different that we'd never seen in The Walking Dead franchise before. Like your just living your normal same old ordinary life. Working unlike an average person in a store and have a family to support and all of a sudden out of the bloom  you have an apocalypse starting to break out and Chris tries his best to save his family. That's dope, One thing I just have to ask because I love your thoughts and ideas. I'm so enthusiastic about the pitch of your story so much I have a question just one, If you happen to pick an actor to play the role of Chris who would you pick to portray your protagonist Rick Grimes sort of speak?

      "Like your just living your normal same old ordinary life. Working unlike an average person in a store and have a family to support and all of a sudden out of the bloom  you have an apocalypse starting to break out and Chris tries his best to save his family."

      Not trying to shit on anyone here but... Shaun of the Dead anyone?

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    • Kenneth Tanner wrote:

      JCB95 wrote:
      My idea is a zombie post apocalyptic story similar to the walking dead.

      Season 1 follows our survivors taking up camp in a target store on the outskirts of Minneapolis, Minnesota during the winter. After a group of supply runners get trapped in the city, and one is MIA the protagonist leads a group to rescue his people and search for the missing survivor. The group ends up in a medical facility while searching for the missing survivor. After a massive heard overruns their camp, the group joins the survivors they met at the hospital facility. The 2 groups decide to head east to the coast thinking its safer. They meet 2 pilots who try to fly them to the coast, and the story ends with the survivors plane getting caught in a snowstorm which causes them to crash land in CT. Throughout the season we see flashbacks that reveals how the survivors managed the fist few days of the outbreak.

      Season 2 picks up with our survivors having survived the crash. Our survivors are rescued by a group of survivors from a nearby camp set up on a college campus. The camp is run by the former dean who has taken it upon himself to look after his students who couldn't return home. Chris and the Dean Frank decide to send an expedition team to the city to look for a boat to head south. Meanwhile the group takes in new survivors. Following a devastating attack from within the survivors became divided on how to move forward. After a deal is made with another group of survivors a coup is enacted to overthrow Chris and Frank. In the ensuing case the camp is destroyed and over run leaving the survivors homeless as spring approaches. Let me know if you want to know more of my story.

      Wow JCB95 you should become the showrunner for The next Walking Dead show. I mean it's not just the tone of if but it's more fresh and something different that we'd never seen in The Walking Dead franchise before. Like your just living your normal same old ordinary life. Working unlike an average person in a store and have a family to support and all of a sudden out of the bloom  you have an apocalypse starting to break out and Chris tries his best to save his family. That's dope, One thing I just have to ask because I love your thoughts and ideas. I'm so enthusiastic about the pitch of your story so much I have a question just one, If you happen to pick an actor to play the role of Chris who would you pick to portray your protagonist Rick Grimes sort of speak?

      Well out of well known actors I might pick someone like Sullivan Stapleton or Mike Vogel or Jake McLaughlin. However if this is real life I'd probably want some unknown actor no one has ever heard. I just like the idea of an unknown actor coming up and making a name for himself. Look at Andrew Lincoln no one knew him before TWD, and I attribute a lot of TWD's success to the fact that Andrew Lincoln was an unknown actor when TWD first started.

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    • PowerPiranha666 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:
      JCB95 wrote:
      My idea is a zombie post apocalyptic story similar to the walking dead.

      Season 1 follows our survivors taking up camp in a target store on the outskirts of Minneapolis, Minnesota during the winter. After a group of supply runners get trapped in the city, and one is MIA the protagonist leads a group to rescue his people and search for the missing survivor. The group ends up in a medical facility while searching for the missing survivor. After a massive heard overruns their camp, the group joins the survivors they met at the hospital facility. The 2 groups decide to head east to the coast thinking its safer. They meet 2 pilots who try to fly them to the coast, and the story ends with the survivors plane getting caught in a snowstorm which causes them to crash land in CT. Throughout the season we see flashbacks that reveals how the survivors managed the fist few days of the outbreak.

      Season 2 picks up with our survivors having survived the crash. Our survivors are rescued by a group of survivors from a nearby camp set up on a college campus. The camp is run by the former dean who has taken it upon himself to look after his students who couldn't return home. Chris and the Dean Frank decide to send an expedition team to the city to look for a boat to head south. Meanwhile the group takes in new survivors. Following a devastating attack from within the survivors became divided on how to move forward. After a deal is made with another group of survivors a coup is enacted to overthrow Chris and Frank. In the ensuing case the camp is destroyed and over run leaving the survivors homeless as spring approaches. Let me know if you want to know more of my story.

      Wow JCB95 you should become the showrunner for The next Walking Dead show. I mean it's not just the tone of if but it's more fresh and something different that we'd never seen in The Walking Dead franchise before. Like your just living your normal same old ordinary life. Working unlike an average person in a store and have a family to support and all of a sudden out of the bloom  you have an apocalypse starting to break out and Chris tries his best to save his family. That's dope, One thing I just have to ask because I love your thoughts and ideas. I'm so enthusiastic about the pitch of your story so much I have a question just one, If you happen to pick an actor to play the role of Chris who would you pick to portray your protagonist Rick Grimes sort of speak?

      "Like your just living your normal same old ordinary life. Working unlike an average person in a store and have a family to support and all of a sudden out of the bloom  you have an apocalypse starting to break out and Chris tries his best to save his family."

      Not trying to shit on anyone here but... Shaun of the Dead anyone?

      I know nothing about that movie cause I've never watched it, cause I heard it was ridiculously stupid. Just about any apocalyptic show or movie can have the argument that the apocalypse happens out of the bloom to ordinary people living their lives. I mean they rarely show it but if you think about that's how it would realistically happen. I just write how I think my family would act being an ordinary family. Chris and his family are just 4 characters, there are many other characters with their own unique stories.

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    • 1) Don't pass judgment on that movie unless you've actually seen it, comedy does not automatically equal stupidity, and the movie does do some darker bits quite well.

      2) If you can spare the time tell me a bit about the side characters. They're usuallay the meat on the story's bones, figuratively and literally.

      3) Unless you have something like World War Z, where just about every possible operation, protocol and political climate goes south, realistically the zombie apocalypse would be over pretty quickly, especially in something like the walking dead.

      -Zombies are slow, so unless every idiot and their grandmother decides to simoltaneously trip and twist their ankle most humans (even children) will most likely be able to power walk away from the infected.

      -The Walking Dead at the very least happens in a world where zombies never became a cultural phenomenon; now there are so many preppers, militias, survivalists, guides and preparation tactics that everyone has a plan to repel the undead.

      -Contrary to popular belief the police and the military don't just collapse in one day; chances are a crowd of slow-moving easy targets won't pose as much of a threat as an actual armed foe.

      -Since the infection won't spread to animals whatever shamblers actually survive being mowed down by the well-armed, presumably armored and aggressive militia and law enforcers, wild animals would easily pick off the slow-moving decaying prey.

      -Even if society collapses and the worst-case scenario happenssomeone on 4chan mathematically proved why the zombie apocalypse would be done in less than a year.

      GM2zgOV
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    • I've just heard so many people talk about how stupid the movie is I just assumed it was a waste of my time.

      If you want to know more about the other characters I will tell more about them.

      The argument that we know about zombies so we would be prepared is a stupid argument. In society zombies are looked at as fictional so if they suddenly came true I doubt anyone would believe it's true.

      Say someone gets infected in a big city like NYC it would only take a few hours to a few days for a heard to emerge. Do you really think that the police or military would gun down zombies something everybody I would assume regards as fiction.

      I know we all say that we'd be prepared because we know about zombies but realistically would anybody really believe it since zombies are looked at as fictional. I know if I saw someone acting like a zombie I'd just think that they were crazy not a zombie.

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    • JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:

      JCB95 wrote:
      My idea is a zombie post apocalyptic story similar to the walking dead.

      Season 1 follows our survivors taking up camp in a target store on the outskirts of Minneapolis, Minnesota during the winter. After a group of supply runners get trapped in the city, and one is MIA the protagonist leads a group to rescue his people and search for the missing survivor. The group ends up in a medical facility while searching for the missing survivor. After a massive heard overruns their camp, the group joins the survivors they met at the hospital facility. The 2 groups decide to head east to the coast thinking its safer. They meet 2 pilots who try to fly them to the coast, and the story ends with the survivors plane getting caught in a snowstorm which causes them to crash land in CT. Throughout the season we see flashbacks that reveals how the survivors managed the fist few days of the outbreak.

      Season 2 picks up with our survivors having survived the crash. Our survivors are rescued by a group of survivors from a nearby camp set up on a college campus. The camp is run by the former dean who has taken it upon himself to look after his students who couldn't return home. Chris and the Dean Frank decide to send an expedition team to the city to look for a boat to head south. Meanwhile the group takes in new survivors. Following a devastating attack from within the survivors became divided on how to move forward. After a deal is made with another group of survivors a coup is enacted to overthrow Chris and Frank. In the ensuing case the camp is destroyed and over run leaving the survivors homeless as spring approaches. Let me know if you want to know more of my story.

      Wow JCB95 you should become the showrunner for The next Walking Dead show. I mean it's not just the tone of if but it's more fresh and something different that we'd never seen in The Walking Dead franchise before. Like your just living your normal same old ordinary life. Working unlike an average person in a store and have a family to support and all of a sudden out of the bloom  you have an apocalypse starting to break out and Chris tries his best to save his family. That's dope, One thing I just have to ask because I love your thoughts and ideas. I'm so enthusiastic about the pitch of your story so much I have a question just one, If you happen to pick an actor to play the role of Chris who would you pick to portray your protagonist Rick Grimes sort of speak?
      Well out of well known actors I might pick someone like Sullivan Stapleton or Mike Vogel or Jake McLaughlin. However if this is real life I'd probably want some unknown actor no one has ever heard. I just like the idea of an unknown actor coming up and making a name for himself. Look at Andrew Lincoln no one knew him before TWD, and I attribute a lot of TWD's success to the fact that Andrew Lincoln was an unknown actor when TWD first started.

      Wow on of the best nominated actors ! Cool, Jake McLaughlin was good as hell in Safe House. He's a talented actor. That's also true Andrew Lincoln wasn't well know when the show first came out. 

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    • Kenneth Tanner wrote:
      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:


      JCB95 wrote:
      My idea is a zombie post apocalyptic story similar to the walking dead.

      Season 1 follows our survivors taking up camp in a target store on the outskirts of Minneapolis, Minnesota during the winter. After a group of supply runners get trapped in the city, and one is MIA the protagonist leads a group to rescue his people and search for the missing survivor. The group ends up in a medical facility while searching for the missing survivor. After a massive heard overruns their camp, the group joins the survivors they met at the hospital facility. The 2 groups decide to head east to the coast thinking its safer. They meet 2 pilots who try to fly them to the coast, and the story ends with the survivors plane getting caught in a snowstorm which causes them to crash land in CT. Throughout the season we see flashbacks that reveals how the survivors managed the fist few days of the outbreak.

      Season 2 picks up with our survivors having survived the crash. Our survivors are rescued by a group of survivors from a nearby camp set up on a college campus. The camp is run by the former dean who has taken it upon himself to look after his students who couldn't return home. Chris and the Dean Frank decide to send an expedition team to the city to look for a boat to head south. Meanwhile the group takes in new survivors. Following a devastating attack from within the survivors became divided on how to move forward. After a deal is made with another group of survivors a coup is enacted to overthrow Chris and Frank. In the ensuing case the camp is destroyed and over run leaving the survivors homeless as spring approaches. Let me know if you want to know more of my story.

      Wow JCB95 you should become the showrunner for The next Walking Dead show. I mean it's not just the tone of if but it's more fresh and something different that we'd never seen in The Walking Dead franchise before. Like your just living your normal same old ordinary life. Working unlike an average person in a store and have a family to support and all of a sudden out of the bloom  you have an apocalypse starting to break out and Chris tries his best to save his family. That's dope, One thing I just have to ask because I love your thoughts and ideas. I'm so enthusiastic about the pitch of your story so much I have a question just one, If you happen to pick an actor to play the role of Chris who would you pick to portray your protagonist Rick Grimes sort of speak?
      Well out of well known actors I might pick someone like Sullivan Stapleton or Mike Vogel or Jake McLaughlin. However if this is real life I'd probably want some unknown actor no one has ever heard. I just like the idea of an unknown actor coming up and making a name for himself. Look at Andrew Lincoln no one knew him before TWD, and I attribute a lot of TWD's success to the fact that Andrew Lincoln was an unknown actor when TWD first started.
      Wow on of the best nominated actors ! Cool, Those actors are really good suggestions to play Chris. I can see one of them that will fit the Rick Grimes moment in your series. Jake McLaughlin was good as hell in Safe House. I can see as Mike Vogel as a perfect leader in your story. He's a talented actor. Sullivan Stapleton is another good choice. He killed it in 300: Rise Of An Empire imagine translating his leadership in the apocalypse. That would be dope. You also have good taste in actor choices JCB95.  That's also true Andrew Lincoln wasn't well know when the show first came out. 


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    • Kenneth Tanner wrote:

      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:

      JCB95 wrote:
      My idea is a zombie post apocalyptic story similar to the walking dead.

      Season 1 follows our survivors taking up camp in a target store on the outskirts of Minneapolis, Minnesota during the winter. After a group of supply runners get trapped in the city, and one is MIA the protagonist leads a group to rescue his people and search for the missing survivor. The group ends up in a medical facility while searching for the missing survivor. After a massive heard overruns their camp, the group joins the survivors they met at the hospital facility. The 2 groups decide to head east to the coast thinking its safer. They meet 2 pilots who try to fly them to the coast, and the story ends with the survivors plane getting caught in a snowstorm which causes them to crash land in CT. Throughout the season we see flashbacks that reveals how the survivors managed the fist few days of the outbreak.

      Season 2 picks up with our survivors having survived the crash. Our survivors are rescued by a group of survivors from a nearby camp set up on a college campus. The camp is run by the former dean who has taken it upon himself to look after his students who couldn't return home. Chris and the Dean Frank decide to send an expedition team to the city to look for a boat to head south. Meanwhile the group takes in new survivors. Following a devastating attack from within the survivors became divided on how to move forward. After a deal is made with another group of survivors a coup is enacted to overthrow Chris and Frank. In the ensuing case the camp is destroyed and over run leaving the survivors homeless as spring approaches. Let me know if you want to know more of my story.

      Wow JCB95 you should become the showrunner for The next Walking Dead show. I mean it's not just the tone of if but it's more fresh and something different that we'd never seen in The Walking Dead franchise before. Like your just living your normal same old ordinary life. Working unlike an average person in a store and have a family to support and all of a sudden out of the bloom  you have an apocalypse starting to break out and Chris tries his best to save his family. That's dope, One thing I just have to ask because I love your thoughts and ideas. I'm so enthusiastic about the pitch of your story so much I have a question just one, If you happen to pick an actor to play the role of Chris who would you pick to portray your protagonist Rick Grimes sort of speak?
      Well out of well known actors I might pick someone like Sullivan Stapleton or Mike Vogel or Jake McLaughlin. However if this is real life I'd probably want some unknown actor no one has ever heard. I just like the idea of an unknown actor coming up and making a name for himself. Look at Andrew Lincoln no one knew him before TWD, and I attribute a lot of TWD's success to the fact that Andrew Lincoln was an unknown actor when TWD first started.

      Wow on of the best nominated actors ! Cool, Jake McLaughlin was good as hell in Safe House. He's a talented actor. That's also true Andrew Lincoln wasn't well know when the show first came out. 

      Yeah if I could have a chance to make this into a show Jake McLaughlin would be my first choice. Second would be Sullivan Stapleton would be my second choice and Mike Vogel would be my last choice.

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    • So some people have asked me to explain some of the other characters in my pitch.so here are some of the other characters.

      Lance Cooke is a former volunteer firefighter and Chris' childhood best friend.

      Cameron Bell a former employee of Chris who flunked out of school and was disowned by his family.

      John Malcolm a college student who has raised in foster care, and lived with his best friend.

      Stephanie Carmichael a college graduate who returned home to take over her family's law firm. She lost her who family except for her teenage sister Emma

      Jack Coleman a retired bus driver who lost his wife 3 years prior to the apocalypse. After losing his son to the dead he gave up on life before being saved by Chris.

      Mike & Zoe Heartford Mike is John's best friend. On their way home from the airport Mike's parents parents were killed in an accident a few days before the outbreak.

      Mark Chambers is a former mechanic who lost his parents in a robbery. Due to that he was forced to put college on hold to raise his brother Tyler.

      Victor Rodriguez is a former surgeon who recently divorced his wife. When the outbreak happened he was called to help treat the infected and try and look for a cure. (There is no cure in my story)

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    • Good cast, good cast. Just make sure Chris isn't a Gary Stu. I feel like a lot of TWD protagonists just kind of have a hard time driving an interesting narrative.

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    • Who is Gary Stu?

      As for having characters drive an interesting narrative I think it's up to ourselves to decide if we are interested in the story and it is up to the creators to put characters fans care about in the story they tell. However that doesn't automatically guarantee that episode will be good. For example I hate Carol so any episode that she is the main focus I don't care about. In my opinion TWD does have some of the most interesting and best story of any show on tv, the biggest problem the show has is the structure.

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    • A Gary Stu is the male equivalent of the term Mary Sue - used to describe an unrealistically perfect character with little to no flaws who overcomes his/her journey without much discernable change or challenge along the way.

      On another note, I feel like most of these actors are kind of too attractive - you know, too Hollywood. You want a regular guy, pick somebody who would meet the quota. Not ugly or repulsive, but about average in terms of looks and physique

      Also elaborate on the structure bit please.

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    • Take for instinct the Tara episode last season that was a really poorly structured episode. If they took her episode and say The Well and blended the two episodes you'd have 2 episodes that are well structured. Since since Morgan and Carol have large fan bases which attract more people for that episode. Another example would be to blend episodes 11 & 12 into 2 episodes that way for those 2 episodes fans can look forward to seeing Rick and michone even if they don't like Eugene.

      This is What hurts the show the most is when they focus on one community or less than 5 main characters. This is what I mean by structure having episodes that only focus on one community or select few characters.

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    • Alright, I can definitely agree with you on that. Anyhow, good luck writing. I hope it turns out well whenever you finish (if at all), and that you will share with us upon completion.

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    • How would you feel if showrunners randomly generated names for who would die before writing a season and adapted the story based on that?

      Would you despise them for it? Praise them for ridding the show of character plot armor? Something else entirely?

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    • RazeSpear wrote:
      How would you feel if showrunners randomly generated names for who would die before writing a season and adapted the story based on that?

      Would you despise them for it? Praise them for ridding the show of character plot armor? Something else entirely?

      That definitely could work, and actually seems like a good idea. However, that would inevitably hurt the story sometime if it is completely random. Like, Negan can't die in Season 7 or Volume 18. Maybe you can occasionally risk someone like Rick and Negan from time to time when the story could support such a death, but not always. 

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    • Then just toss all the secondary characters and two important charactes in and see who comes out. Now I want to see a Wheel of Fortune version of TWD with Robert Kirkman in a cocktail dress spinning the wheel.

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    • JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:

      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:


      JCB95 wrote:
      My idea is a zombie post apocalyptic story similar to the walking dead.

      Season 1 follows our survivors taking up camp in a target store on the outskirts of Minneapolis, Minnesota during the winter. After a group of supply runners get trapped in the city, and one is MIA the protagonist leads a group to rescue his people and search for the missing survivor. The group ends up in a medical facility while searching for the missing survivor. After a massive heard overruns their camp, the group joins the survivors they met at the hospital facility. The 2 groups decide to head east to the coast thinking its safer. They meet 2 pilots who try to fly them to the coast, and the story ends with the survivors plane getting caught in a snowstorm which causes them to crash land in CT. Throughout the season we see flashbacks that reveals how the survivors managed the fist few days of the outbreak.

      Season 2 picks up with our survivors having survived the crash. Our survivors are rescued by a group of survivors from a nearby camp set up on a college campus. The camp is run by the former dean who has taken it upon himself to look after his students who couldn't return home. Chris and the Dean Frank decide to send an expedition team to the city to look for a boat to head south. Meanwhile the group takes in new survivors. Following a devastating attack from within the survivors became divided on how to move forward. After a deal is made with another group of survivors a coup is enacted to overthrow Chris and Frank. In the ensuing case the camp is destroyed and over run leaving the survivors homeless as spring approaches. Let me know if you want to know more of my story.

      Wow JCB95 you should become the showrunner for The next Walking Dead show. I mean it's not just the tone of if but it's more fresh and something different that we'd never seen in The Walking Dead franchise before. Like your just living your normal same old ordinary life. Working unlike an average person in a store and have a family to support and all of a sudden out of the bloom  you have an apocalypse starting to break out and Chris tries his best to save his family. That's dope, One thing I just have to ask because I love your thoughts and ideas. I'm so enthusiastic about the pitch of your story so much I have a question just one, If you happen to pick an actor to play the role of Chris who would you pick to portray your protagonist Rick Grimes sort of speak?
      Well out of well known actors I might pick someone like Sullivan Stapleton or Mike Vogel or Jake McLaughlin. However if this is real life I'd probably want some unknown actor no one has ever heard. I just like the idea of an unknown actor coming up and making a name for himself. Look at Andrew Lincoln no one knew him before TWD, and I attribute a lot of TWD's success to the fact that Andrew Lincoln was an unknown actor when TWD first started.
      Wow on of the best nominated actors ! Cool, Jake McLaughlin was good as hell in Safe House. He's a talented actor. That's also true Andrew Lincoln wasn't well know when the show first came out. 
      Yeah if I could have a chance to make this into a show Jake McLaughlin would be my first choice. Second would be Sullivan Stapleton would be my second choice and Mike Vogel would be my last choice.

      Yeah I think Jake will kill it as the leader (next Rick Grimes).Hey I was thinking Stephanie Bennett can play Chris's wife named Barb. She can be the (Lori Grimes) for your story. HEHE tell you what JCB95 I feel like we're getiing the casting recovered like we're actually doing the series. lol

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    • Kenneth Tanner wrote:

      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:

      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:


      JCB95 wrote:
      My idea is a zombie post apocalyptic story similar to the walking dead.

      Season 1 follows our survivors taking up camp in a target store on the outskirts of Minneapolis, Minnesota during the winter. After a group of supply runners get trapped in the city, and one is MIA the protagonist leads a group to rescue his people and search for the missing survivor. The group ends up in a medical facility while searching for the missing survivor. After a massive heard overruns their camp, the group joins the survivors they met at the hospital facility. The 2 groups decide to head east to the coast thinking its safer. They meet 2 pilots who try to fly them to the coast, and the story ends with the survivors plane getting caught in a snowstorm which causes them to crash land in CT. Throughout the season we see flashbacks that reveals how the survivors managed the fist few days of the outbreak.

      Season 2 picks up with our survivors having survived the crash. Our survivors are rescued by a group of survivors from a nearby camp set up on a college campus. The camp is run by the former dean who has taken it upon himself to look after his students who couldn't return home. Chris and the Dean Frank decide to send an expedition team to the city to look for a boat to head south. Meanwhile the group takes in new survivors. Following a devastating attack from within the survivors became divided on how to move forward. After a deal is made with another group of survivors a coup is enacted to overthrow Chris and Frank. In the ensuing case the camp is destroyed and over run leaving the survivors homeless as spring approaches. Let me know if you want to know more of my story.

      Wow JCB95 you should become the showrunner for The next Walking Dead show. I mean it's not just the tone of if but it's more fresh and something different that we'd never seen in The Walking Dead franchise before. Like your just living your normal same old ordinary life. Working unlike an average person in a store and have a family to support and all of a sudden out of the bloom  you have an apocalypse starting to break out and Chris tries his best to save his family. That's dope, One thing I just have to ask because I love your thoughts and ideas. I'm so enthusiastic about the pitch of your story so much I have a question just one, If you happen to pick an actor to play the role of Chris who would you pick to portray your protagonist Rick Grimes sort of speak?
      Well out of well known actors I might pick someone like Sullivan Stapleton or Mike Vogel or Jake McLaughlin. However if this is real life I'd probably want some unknown actor no one has ever heard. I just like the idea of an unknown actor coming up and making a name for himself. Look at Andrew Lincoln no one knew him before TWD, and I attribute a lot of TWD's success to the fact that Andrew Lincoln was an unknown actor when TWD first started.
      Wow on of the best nominated actors ! Cool, Jake McLaughlin was good as hell in Safe House. He's a talented actor. That's also true Andrew Lincoln wasn't well know when the show first came out. 
      Yeah if I could have a chance to make this into a show Jake McLaughlin would be my first choice. Second would be Sullivan Stapleton would be my second choice and Mike Vogel would be my last choice.

      Yeah I think Jake will kill it as the leader (next Rick Grimes).Hey I was thinking Stephanie Bennett can play Chris's wife named Barb. She can be the (Lori Grimes) for your story. HEHE tell you what JCB95 I feel like we're getiing the casting recovered like we're actually doing the series. lol

      Yeah it's a start at least. I don't really know Stephanie Bennett, but looked her up and saw she was an actor on the freedom show shadow hunters. For me I'd prefer not to cast an actress from Freeform if this was a real. From what I've seen from shows on that network they are mainly teen dramas, and the actors are amateur in my opinion. Freefom show in my opinion are similar to the CW shows which are weak with weak actors. Also I had named Chris' wife Amanda.

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    • JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:


      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:


      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:



      JCB95 wrote:
      My idea is a zombie post apocalyptic story similar to the walking dead.

      Season 1 follows our survivors taking up camp in a target store on the outskirts of Minneapolis, Minnesota during the winter. After a group of supply runners get trapped in the city, and one is MIA the protagonist leads a group to rescue his people and search for the missing survivor. The group ends up in a medical facility while searching for the missing survivor. After a massive heard overruns their camp, the group joins the survivors they met at the hospital facility. The 2 groups decide to head east to the coast thinking its safer. They meet 2 pilots who try to fly them to the coast, and the story ends with the survivors plane getting caught in a snowstorm which causes them to crash land in CT. Throughout the season we see flashbacks that reveals how the survivors managed the fist few days of the outbreak.

      Season 2 picks up with our survivors having survived the crash. Our survivors are rescued by a group of survivors from a nearby camp set up on a college campus. The camp is run by the former dean who has taken it upon himself to look after his students who couldn't return home. Chris and the Dean Frank decide to send an expedition team to the city to look for a boat to head south. Meanwhile the group takes in new survivors. Following a devastating attack from within the survivors became divided on how to move forward. After a deal is made with another group of survivors a coup is enacted to overthrow Chris and Frank. In the ensuing case the camp is destroyed and over run leaving the survivors homeless as spring approaches. Let me know if you want to know more of my story.

      Wow JCB95 you should become the showrunner for The next Walking Dead show. I mean it's not just the tone of if but it's more fresh and something different that we'd never seen in The Walking Dead franchise before. Like your just living your normal same old ordinary life. Working unlike an average person in a store and have a family to support and all of a sudden out of the bloom  you have an apocalypse starting to break out and Chris tries his best to save his family. That's dope, One thing I just have to ask because I love your thoughts and ideas. I'm so enthusiastic about the pitch of your story so much I have a question just one, If you happen to pick an actor to play the role of Chris who would you pick to portray your protagonist Rick Grimes sort of speak?
      Well out of well known actors I might pick someone like Sullivan Stapleton or Mike Vogel or Jake McLaughlin. However if this is real life I'd probably want some unknown actor no one has ever heard. I just like the idea of an unknown actor coming up and making a name for himself. Look at Andrew Lincoln no one knew him before TWD, and I attribute a lot of TWD's success to the fact that Andrew Lincoln was an unknown actor when TWD first started.
      Wow on of the best nominated actors ! Cool, Jake McLaughlin was good as hell in Safe House. He's a talented actor. That's also true Andrew Lincoln wasn't well know when the show first came out. 
      Yeah if I could have a chance to make this into a show Jake McLaughlin would be my first choice. Second would be Sullivan Stapleton would be my second choice and Mike Vogel would be my last choice.
      Yeah I think Jake will kill it as the leader (next Rick Grimes).Hey I was thinking Stephanie Bennett can play Chris's wife named Barb. She can be the (Lori Grimes) for your story. HEHE tell you what JCB95 I feel like we're getiing the casting recovered like we're actually doing the series. lol
      Yeah it's a start at least. I don't really know Stephanie Bennett, but looked her up and saw she was an actor on the freedom show shadow hunters. For me I'd prefer not to cast an actress from Freeform if this was a real. From what I've seen from shows on that network they are mainly teen dramas, and the actors are amateur in my opinion. Freefom show in my opinion are similar to the CW shows which are weak with weak actors. Also I had named Chris' wife Amanda.

      True, actually well first off I'll introduce my interest, I'm a horror fan and I saw her work in Leprechaun: Origins. She wasn't half bad. But it's up to you and your story. That's so funny my last girlfriend's name was Amanda. I liked Amanda better than Barb by the way. I'll say the only decent shows I've seen was Vampire Diaries which ended actually. Also The Originals which the next season is their last season unfortunetly :( I guess it make sense because what can happen to the Mikelsons family? Other than that I barely watch That channel. I guess when The Originals end I probably wouldn't watch The CW anymore

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    • Kenneth Tanner wrote:

      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:


      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:


      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:



      JCB95 wrote:
      My idea is a zombie post apocalyptic story similar to the walking dead.

      Season 1 follows our survivors taking up camp in a target store on the outskirts of Minneapolis, Minnesota during the winter. After a group of supply runners get trapped in the city, and one is MIA the protagonist leads a group to rescue his people and search for the missing survivor. The group ends up in a medical facility while searching for the missing survivor. After a massive heard overruns their camp, the group joins the survivors they met at the hospital facility. The 2 groups decide to head east to the coast thinking its safer. They meet 2 pilots who try to fly them to the coast, and the story ends with the survivors plane getting caught in a snowstorm which causes them to crash land in CT. Throughout the season we see flashbacks that reveals how the survivors managed the fist few days of the outbreak.

      Season 2 picks up with our survivors having survived the crash. Our survivors are rescued by a group of survivors from a nearby camp set up on a college campus. The camp is run by the former dean who has taken it upon himself to look after his students who couldn't return home. Chris and the Dean Frank decide to send an expedition team to the city to look for a boat to head south. Meanwhile the group takes in new survivors. Following a devastating attack from within the survivors became divided on how to move forward. After a deal is made with another group of survivors a coup is enacted to overthrow Chris and Frank. In the ensuing case the camp is destroyed and over run leaving the survivors homeless as spring approaches. Let me know if you want to know more of my story.

      Wow JCB95 you should become the showrunner for The next Walking Dead show. I mean it's not just the tone of if but it's more fresh and something different that we'd never seen in The Walking Dead franchise before. Like your just living your normal same old ordinary life. Working unlike an average person in a store and have a family to support and all of a sudden out of the bloom  you have an apocalypse starting to break out and Chris tries his best to save his family. That's dope, One thing I just have to ask because I love your thoughts and ideas. I'm so enthusiastic about the pitch of your story so much I have a question just one, If you happen to pick an actor to play the role of Chris who would you pick to portray your protagonist Rick Grimes sort of speak?
      Well out of well known actors I might pick someone like Sullivan Stapleton or Mike Vogel or Jake McLaughlin. However if this is real life I'd probably want some unknown actor no one has ever heard. I just like the idea of an unknown actor coming up and making a name for himself. Look at Andrew Lincoln no one knew him before TWD, and I attribute a lot of TWD's success to the fact that Andrew Lincoln was an unknown actor when TWD first started.
      Wow on of the best nominated actors ! Cool, Jake McLaughlin was good as hell in Safe House. He's a talented actor. That's also true Andrew Lincoln wasn't well know when the show first came out. 
      Yeah if I could have a chance to make this into a show Jake McLaughlin would be my first choice. Second would be Sullivan Stapleton would be my second choice and Mike Vogel would be my last choice.
      Yeah I think Jake will kill it as the leader (next Rick Grimes).Hey I was thinking Stephanie Bennett can play Chris's wife named Barb. She can be the (Lori Grimes) for your story. HEHE tell you what JCB95 I feel like we're getiing the casting recovered like we're actually doing the series. lol
      Yeah it's a start at least. I don't really know Stephanie Bennett, but looked her up and saw she was an actor on the freedom show shadow hunters. For me I'd prefer not to cast an actress from Freeform if this was a real. From what I've seen from shows on that network they are mainly teen dramas, and the actors are amateur in my opinion. Freefom show in my opinion are similar to the CW shows which are weak with weak actors. Also I had named Chris' wife Amanda.

      True, actually well first off I'll introduce my interest, I'm a horror fan and I saw her work in Leprechaun: Origins. She wasn't half bad. But it's up to you and your story. That's so funny my last girlfriend's name was Amanda. I liked Amanda better than Barb by the way. I'll say the only decent shows I've seen was Vampire Diaries which ended actually. Also The Originals which the next season is their last season unfortunetly :( I guess it make sense because what can happen to the Mikelsons family? Other than that I barely watch That channel. I guess when The Originals end I probably wouldn't watch The CW anymore

      For I'd choice either Stana Katic from ABC's Castle or Maggie Grace from Lost

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      RazeSpear wrote:
      How would you feel if showrunners randomly generated names for who would die before writing a season and adapted the story based on that?

      Would you despise them for it? Praise them for ridding the show of character plot armor? Something else entirely?

      That definitely could work, and actually seems like a good idea. However, that would inevitably hurt the story sometime if it is completely random. Like, Negan can't die in Season 7 or Volume 18. Maybe you can occasionally risk someone like Rick and Negan from time to time when the story could support such a death, but not always. 

      Well put.

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    • RazeSpear wrote:

      DipsonDP wrote:
      RazeSpear wrote:
      How would you feel if showrunners randomly generated names for who would die before writing a season and adapted the story based on that?

      Would you despise them for it? Praise them for ridding the show of character plot armor? Something else entirely?

      That definitely could work, and actually seems like a good idea. However, that would inevitably hurt the story sometime if it is completely random. Like, Negan can't die in Season 7 or Volume 18. Maybe you can occasionally risk someone like Rick and Negan from time to time when the story could support such a death, but not always. 

      Well put.

      I think that it'd be a horrible mistake for them to randomly pick who dies. The show begins developing these characters at least a season before they die take Eric for example they began developing him in the second half of season 7 leading up to his death. Another example is you can't just kill off a character like Maggie who needs to live for comic material. Carl in my opinion doesn't count cause I saw AMC played a role in his death and made Gimple write him out.

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    • JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:

      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:


      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:



      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:



      JCB95 wrote:
      My idea is a zombie post apocalyptic story similar to the walking dead.

      Season 1 follows our survivors taking up camp in a target store on the outskirts of Minneapolis, Minnesota during the winter. After a group of supply runners get trapped in the city, and one is MIA the protagonist leads a group to rescue his people and search for the missing survivor. The group ends up in a medical facility while searching for the missing survivor. After a massive heard overruns their camp, the group joins the survivors they met at the hospital facility. The 2 groups decide to head east to the coast thinking its safer. They meet 2 pilots who try to fly them to the coast, and the story ends with the survivors plane getting caught in a snowstorm which causes them to crash land in CT. Throughout the season we see flashbacks that reveals how the survivors managed the fist few days of the outbreak.

      Season 2 picks up with our survivors having survived the crash. Our survivors are rescued by a group of survivors from a nearby camp set up on a college campus. The camp is run by the former dean who has taken it upon himself to look after his students who couldn't return home. Chris and the Dean Frank decide to send an expedition team to the city to look for a boat to head south. Meanwhile the group takes in new survivors. Following a devastating attack from within the survivors became divided on how to move forward. After a deal is made with another group of survivors a coup is enacted to overthrow Chris and Frank. In the ensuing case the camp is destroyed and over run leaving the survivors homeless as spring approaches. Let me know if you want to know more of my story.

      Wow JCB95 you should become the showrunner for The next Walking Dead show. I mean it's not just the tone of if but it's more fresh and something different that we'd never seen in The Walking Dead franchise before. Like your just living your normal same old ordinary life. Working unlike an average person in a store and have a family to support and all of a sudden out of the bloom  you have an apocalypse starting to break out and Chris tries his best to save his family. That's dope, One thing I just have to ask because I love your thoughts and ideas. I'm so enthusiastic about the pitch of your story so much I have a question just one, If you happen to pick an actor to play the role of Chris who would you pick to portray your protagonist Rick Grimes sort of speak?
      Well out of well known actors I might pick someone like Sullivan Stapleton or Mike Vogel or Jake McLaughlin. However if this is real life I'd probably want some unknown actor no one has ever heard. I just like the idea of an unknown actor coming up and making a name for himself. Look at Andrew Lincoln no one knew him before TWD, and I attribute a lot of TWD's success to the fact that Andrew Lincoln was an unknown actor when TWD first started.
      Wow on of the best nominated actors ! Cool, Jake McLaughlin was good as hell in Safe House. He's a talented actor. That's also true Andrew Lincoln wasn't well know when the show first came out. 
      Yeah if I could have a chance to make this into a show Jake McLaughlin would be my first choice. Second would be Sullivan Stapleton would be my second choice and Mike Vogel would be my last choice.
      Yeah I think Jake will kill it as the leader (next Rick Grimes).Hey I was thinking Stephanie Bennett can play Chris's wife named Barb. She can be the (Lori Grimes) for your story. HEHE tell you what JCB95 I feel like we're getiing the casting recovered like we're actually doing the series. lol
      Yeah it's a start at least. I don't really know Stephanie Bennett, but looked her up and saw she was an actor on the freedom show shadow hunters. For me I'd prefer not to cast an actress from Freeform if this was a real. From what I've seen from shows on that network they are mainly teen dramas, and the actors are amateur in my opinion. Freefom show in my opinion are similar to the CW shows which are weak with weak actors. Also I had named Chris' wife Amanda.
      True, actually well first off I'll introduce my interest, I'm a horror fan and I saw her work in Leprechaun: Origins. She wasn't half bad. But it's up to you and your story. That's so funny my last girlfriend's name was Amanda. I liked Amanda better than Barb by the way. I'll say the only decent shows I've seen was Vampire Diaries which ended actually. Also The Originals which the next season is their last season unfortunetly :( I guess it make sense because what can happen to the Mikelsons family? Other than that I barely watch That channel. I guess when The Originals end I probably wouldn't watch The CW anymore
      For I'd choice either Stana Katic from ABC's Castle or Maggie Grace from Lost

      Castle and Lost are great shows, that's even better. Yeah Stana Katic or Maggie Grace are both  darn good actress. You have good tastes in choosing actors and actresses my friend.

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    • Kenneth Tanner wrote:

      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:

      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:


      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:



      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:



      JCB95 wrote:
      My idea is a zombie post apocalyptic story similar to the walking dead.

      Season 1 follows our survivors taking up camp in a target store on the outskirts of Minneapolis, Minnesota during the winter. After a group of supply runners get trapped in the city, and one is MIA the protagonist leads a group to rescue his people and search for the missing survivor. The group ends up in a medical facility while searching for the missing survivor. After a massive heard overruns their camp, the group joins the survivors they met at the hospital facility. The 2 groups decide to head east to the coast thinking its safer. They meet 2 pilots who try to fly them to the coast, and the story ends with the survivors plane getting caught in a snowstorm which causes them to crash land in CT. Throughout the season we see flashbacks that reveals how the survivors managed the fist few days of the outbreak.

      Season 2 picks up with our survivors having survived the crash. Our survivors are rescued by a group of survivors from a nearby camp set up on a college campus. The camp is run by the former dean who has taken it upon himself to look after his students who couldn't return home. Chris and the Dean Frank decide to send an expedition team to the city to look for a boat to head south. Meanwhile the group takes in new survivors. Following a devastating attack from within the survivors became divided on how to move forward. After a deal is made with another group of survivors a coup is enacted to overthrow Chris and Frank. In the ensuing case the camp is destroyed and over run leaving the survivors homeless as spring approaches. Let me know if you want to know more of my story.

      Wow JCB95 you should become the showrunner for The next Walking Dead show. I mean it's not just the tone of if but it's more fresh and something different that we'd never seen in The Walking Dead franchise before. Like your just living your normal same old ordinary life. Working unlike an average person in a store and have a family to support and all of a sudden out of the bloom  you have an apocalypse starting to break out and Chris tries his best to save his family. That's dope, One thing I just have to ask because I love your thoughts and ideas. I'm so enthusiastic about the pitch of your story so much I have a question just one, If you happen to pick an actor to play the role of Chris who would you pick to portray your protagonist Rick Grimes sort of speak?
      Well out of well known actors I might pick someone like Sullivan Stapleton or Mike Vogel or Jake McLaughlin. However if this is real life I'd probably want some unknown actor no one has ever heard. I just like the idea of an unknown actor coming up and making a name for himself. Look at Andrew Lincoln no one knew him before TWD, and I attribute a lot of TWD's success to the fact that Andrew Lincoln was an unknown actor when TWD first started.
      Wow on of the best nominated actors ! Cool, Jake McLaughlin was good as hell in Safe House. He's a talented actor. That's also true Andrew Lincoln wasn't well know when the show first came out. 
      Yeah if I could have a chance to make this into a show Jake McLaughlin would be my first choice. Second would be Sullivan Stapleton would be my second choice and Mike Vogel would be my last choice.
      Yeah I think Jake will kill it as the leader (next Rick Grimes).Hey I was thinking Stephanie Bennett can play Chris's wife named Barb. She can be the (Lori Grimes) for your story. HEHE tell you what JCB95 I feel like we're getiing the casting recovered like we're actually doing the series. lol
      Yeah it's a start at least. I don't really know Stephanie Bennett, but looked her up and saw she was an actor on the freedom show shadow hunters. For me I'd prefer not to cast an actress from Freeform if this was a real. From what I've seen from shows on that network they are mainly teen dramas, and the actors are amateur in my opinion. Freefom show in my opinion are similar to the CW shows which are weak with weak actors. Also I had named Chris' wife Amanda.
      True, actually well first off I'll introduce my interest, I'm a horror fan and I saw her work in Leprechaun: Origins. She wasn't half bad. But it's up to you and your story. That's so funny my last girlfriend's name was Amanda. I liked Amanda better than Barb by the way. I'll say the only decent shows I've seen was Vampire Diaries which ended actually. Also The Originals which the next season is their last season unfortunetly :( I guess it make sense because what can happen to the Mikelsons family? Other than that I barely watch That channel. I guess when The Originals end I probably wouldn't watch The CW anymore
      For I'd choice either Stana Katic from ABC's Castle or Maggie Grace from Lost

      Castle and Lost are great shows, that's even better. Yeah Stana Katic or Maggie Grace are both  darn good actress. You have good tastes in choosing actors and actresses my friend.

      Thanks I got my 2 lead characters fictionally cast now I just have to go the rest of the characters.

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    • JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:

      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:


      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:



      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:



      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:




      JCB95 wrote:
      My idea is a zombie post apocalyptic story similar to the walking dead.

      Season 1 follows our survivors taking up camp in a target store on the outskirts of Minneapolis, Minnesota during the winter. After a group of supply runners get trapped in the city, and one is MIA the protagonist leads a group to rescue his people and search for the missing survivor. The group ends up in a medical facility while searching for the missing survivor. After a massive heard overruns their camp, the group joins the survivors they met at the hospital facility. The 2 groups decide to head east to the coast thinking its safer. They meet 2 pilots who try to fly them to the coast, and the story ends with the survivors plane getting caught in a snowstorm which causes them to crash land in CT. Throughout the season we see flashbacks that reveals how the survivors managed the fist few days of the outbreak.

      Season 2 picks up with our survivors having survived the crash. Our survivors are rescued by a group of survivors from a nearby camp set up on a college campus. The camp is run by the former dean who has taken it upon himself to look after his students who couldn't return home. Chris and the Dean Frank decide to send an expedition team to the city to look for a boat to head south. Meanwhile the group takes in new survivors. Following a devastating attack from within the survivors became divided on how to move forward. After a deal is made with another group of survivors a coup is enacted to overthrow Chris and Frank. In the ensuing case the camp is destroyed and over run leaving the survivors homeless as spring approaches. Let me know if you want to know more of my story.

      Wow JCB95 you should become the showrunner for The next Walking Dead show. I mean it's not just the tone of if but it's more fresh and something different that we'd never seen in The Walking Dead franchise before. Like your just living your normal same old ordinary life. Working unlike an average person in a store and have a family to support and all of a sudden out of the bloom  you have an apocalypse starting to break out and Chris tries his best to save his family. That's dope, One thing I just have to ask because I love your thoughts and ideas. I'm so enthusiastic about the pitch of your story so much I have a question just one, If you happen to pick an actor to play the role of Chris who would you pick to portray your protagonist Rick Grimes sort of speak?
      Well out of well known actors I might pick someone like Sullivan Stapleton or Mike Vogel or Jake McLaughlin. However if this is real life I'd probably want some unknown actor no one has ever heard. I just like the idea of an unknown actor coming up and making a name for himself. Look at Andrew Lincoln no one knew him before TWD, and I attribute a lot of TWD's success to the fact that Andrew Lincoln was an unknown actor when TWD first started.
      Wow on of the best nominated actors ! Cool, Jake McLaughlin was good as hell in Safe House. He's a talented actor. That's also true Andrew Lincoln wasn't well know when the show first came out. 
      Yeah if I could have a chance to make this into a show Jake McLaughlin would be my first choice. Second would be Sullivan Stapleton would be my second choice and Mike Vogel would be my last choice.
      Yeah I think Jake will kill it as the leader (next Rick Grimes).Hey I was thinking Stephanie Bennett can play Chris's wife named Barb. She can be the (Lori Grimes) for your story. HEHE tell you what JCB95 I feel like we're getiing the casting recovered like we're actually doing the series. lol
      Yeah it's a start at least. I don't really know Stephanie Bennett, but looked her up and saw she was an actor on the freedom show shadow hunters. For me I'd prefer not to cast an actress from Freeform if this was a real. From what I've seen from shows on that network they are mainly teen dramas, and the actors are amateur in my opinion. Freefom show in my opinion are similar to the CW shows which are weak with weak actors. Also I had named Chris' wife Amanda.
      True, actually well first off I'll introduce my interest, I'm a horror fan and I saw her work in Leprechaun: Origins. She wasn't half bad. But it's up to you and your story. That's so funny my last girlfriend's name was Amanda. I liked Amanda better than Barb by the way. I'll say the only decent shows I've seen was Vampire Diaries which ended actually. Also The Originals which the next season is their last season unfortunetly :( I guess it make sense because what can happen to the Mikelsons family? Other than that I barely watch That channel. I guess when The Originals end I probably wouldn't watch The CW anymore
      For I'd choice either Stana Katic from ABC's Castle or Maggie Grace from Lost
      Castle and Lost are great shows, that's even better. Yeah Stana Katic or Maggie Grace are both  darn good actress. You have good tastes in choosing actors and actresses my friend.
      Thanks I got my 2 lead characters fictionally cast now I just have to go the rest of the characters.

      Sweet !!

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    • I would totally watch a third The Walking Dead show if it had snow, somewhere up north in America like Wyoming, and if it had relatable, realistic, and intresting characters. 

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    • ZOMBIVERSE wrote:
      I would totally watch a third The Walking Dead show if it had snow, somewhere up north in America like Wyoming, and if it had relatable, realistic, and intresting characters. 

      I agree if the setting took place in the winter with Snow I would be more than likely to watch. No doubt, that would be something new and fresh for not only for TWD franchise but to see how can they survive in the blizzard. How can they survive in the Ice and the snow and how can the stay warm from the coldness with the Herd or if you want to call Horde of walkers on top of the blizzardness makes the show even more fierce than the original series itself to be honest. I really like this idea Zombiverse. I really think the snow idea should be done if a third The Walking Dead show happens. 

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      JCB95 wrote:
      My idea is a zombie post apocalyptic story similar to the walking dead.

      Season 1 follows our survivors taking up camp in a target store on the outskirts of Minneapolis, Minnesota during the winter. After a group of supply runners get trapped in the city, and one is MIA the protagonist leads a group to rescue his people and search for the missing survivor. The group ends up in a medical facility while searching for the missing survivor. After a massive heard overruns their camp, the group joins the survivors they met at the hospital facility. The 2 groups decide to head east to the coast thinking its safer. They meet 2 pilots who try to fly them to the coast, and the story ends with the survivors plane getting caught in a snowstorm which causes them to crash land in CT. Throughout the season we see flashbacks that reveals how the survivors managed the fist few days of the outbreak.

      Season 2 picks up with our survivors having survived the crash. Our survivors are rescued by a group of survivors from a nearby camp set up on a college campus. The camp is run by the former dean who has taken it upon himself to look after his students who couldn't return home. Chris and the Dean Frank decide to send an expedition team to the city to look for a boat to head south. Meanwhile the group takes in new survivors. Following a devastating attack from within the survivors became divided on how to move forward. After a deal is made with another group of survivors a coup is enacted to overthrow Chris and Frank. In the ensuing case the camp is destroyed and over run leaving the survivors homeless as spring approaches. Let me know if you want to know more of my story.

      Wow JCB95 you should become the showrunner for The next Walking Dead show. I mean it's not just the tone of if but it's more fresh and something different that we'd never seen in The Walking Dead franchise before. Like your just living your normal same old ordinary life. Working unlike an average person in a store and have a family to support and all of a sudden out of the bloom  you have an apocalypse starting to break out and Chris tries his best to save his family. That's dope, One thing I just have to ask because I love your thoughts and ideas. I'm so enthusiastic about the pitch of your story so much I have a question just one, If you happen to pick an actor to play the role of Chris who would you pick to portray your protagonist Rick Grimes sort of speak?
      Well out of well known actors I might pick someone like Sullivan Stapleton or Mike Vogel or Jake McLaughlin. However if this is real life I'd probably want some unknown actor no one has ever heard. I just like the idea of an unknown actor coming up and making a name for himself. Look at Andrew Lincoln no one knew him before TWD, and I attribute a lot of TWD's success to the fact that Andrew Lincoln was an unknown actor when TWD first started.
      Wow on of the best nominated actors ! Cool, Jake McLaughlin was good as hell in Safe House. He's a talented actor. That's also true Andrew Lincoln wasn't well know when the show first came out. 
      Yeah if I could have a chance to make this into a show Jake McLaughlin would be my first choice. Second would be Sullivan Stapleton would be my second choice and Mike Vogel would be my last choice.
      Yeah I think Jake will kill it as the leader (next Rick Grimes).Hey I was thinking Stephanie Bennett can play Chris's wife named Barb. She can be the (Lori Grimes) for your story. HEHE tell you what JCB95 I feel like we're getiing the casting recovered like we're actually doing the series. lol
      Yeah it's a start at least. I don't really know Stephanie Bennett, but looked her up and saw she was an actor on the freedom show shadow hunters. For me I'd prefer not to cast an actress from Freeform if this was a real. From what I've seen from shows on that network they are mainly teen dramas, and the actors are amateur in my opinion. Freefom show in my opinion are similar to the CW shows which are weak with weak actors. Also I had named Chris' wife Amanda.
      True, actually well first off I'll introduce my interest, I'm a horror fan and I saw her work in Leprechaun: Origins. She wasn't half bad. But it's up to you and your story. That's so funny my last girlfriend's name was Amanda. I liked Amanda better than Barb by the way. I'll say the only decent shows I've seen was Vampire Diaries which ended actually. Also The Originals which the next season is their last season unfortunetly :( I guess it make sense because what can happen to the Mikelsons family? Other than that I barely watch That channel. I guess when The Originals end I probably wouldn't watch The CW anymore
      For I'd choice either Stana Katic from ABC's Castle or Maggie Grace from Lost
      Castle and Lost are great shows, that's even better. Yeah Stana Katic or Maggie Grace are both  darn good actress. You have good tastes in choosing actors and actresses my friend.
      Thanks I got my 2 lead characters fictionally cast now I just have to go the rest of the characters.

      Sweet !!

      Other actors I have in mind are Chris Wood, Shawn Ashmore, Colin Ford, Jeff Fahey, and Tracy Spiridakos.

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      JCB95 wrote:
      My idea is a zombie post apocalyptic story similar to the walking dead.

      Season 1 follows our survivors taking up camp in a target store on the outskirts of Minneapolis, Minnesota during the winter. After a group of supply runners get trapped in the city, and one is MIA the protagonist leads a group to rescue his people and search for the missing survivor. The group ends up in a medical facility while searching for the missing survivor. After a massive heard overruns their camp, the group joins the survivors they met at the hospital facility. The 2 groups decide to head east to the coast thinking its safer. They meet 2 pilots who try to fly them to the coast, and the story ends with the survivors plane getting caught in a snowstorm which causes them to crash land in CT. Throughout the season we see flashbacks that reveals how the survivors managed the fist few days of the outbreak.

      Season 2 picks up with our survivors having survived the crash. Our survivors are rescued by a group of survivors from a nearby camp set up on a college campus. The camp is run by the former dean who has taken it upon himself to look after his students who couldn't return home. Chris and the Dean Frank decide to send an expedition team to the city to look for a boat to head south. Meanwhile the group takes in new survivors. Following a devastating attack from within the survivors became divided on how to move forward. After a deal is made with another group of survivors a coup is enacted to overthrow Chris and Frank. In the ensuing case the camp is destroyed and over run leaving the survivors homeless as spring approaches. Let me know if you want to know more of my story.

      Wow JCB95 you should become the showrunner for The next Walking Dead show. I mean it's not just the tone of if but it's more fresh and something different that we'd never seen in The Walking Dead franchise before. Like your just living your normal same old ordinary life. Working unlike an average person in a store and have a family to support and all of a sudden out of the bloom  you have an apocalypse starting to break out and Chris tries his best to save his family. That's dope, One thing I just have to ask because I love your thoughts and ideas. I'm so enthusiastic about the pitch of your story so much I have a question just one, If you happen to pick an actor to play the role of Chris who would you pick to portray your protagonist Rick Grimes sort of speak?
      Well out of well known actors I might pick someone like Sullivan Stapleton or Mike Vogel or Jake McLaughlin. However if this is real life I'd probably want some unknown actor no one has ever heard. I just like the idea of an unknown actor coming up and making a name for himself. Look at Andrew Lincoln no one knew him before TWD, and I attribute a lot of TWD's success to the fact that Andrew Lincoln was an unknown actor when TWD first started.
      Wow on of the best nominated actors ! Cool, Jake McLaughlin was good as hell in Safe House. He's a talented actor. That's also true Andrew Lincoln wasn't well know when the show first came out. 
      Yeah if I could have a chance to make this into a show Jake McLaughlin would be my first choice. Second would be Sullivan Stapleton would be my second choice and Mike Vogel would be my last choice.
      Yeah I think Jake will kill it as the leader (next Rick Grimes).Hey I was thinking Stephanie Bennett can play Chris's wife named Barb. She can be the (Lori Grimes) for your story. HEHE tell you what JCB95 I feel like we're getiing the casting recovered like we're actually doing the series. lol
      Yeah it's a start at least. I don't really know Stephanie Bennett, but looked her up and saw she was an actor on the freedom show shadow hunters. For me I'd prefer not to cast an actress from Freeform if this was a real. From what I've seen from shows on that network they are mainly teen dramas, and the actors are amateur in my opinion. Freefom show in my opinion are similar to the CW shows which are weak with weak actors. Also I had named Chris' wife Amanda.
      True, actually well first off I'll introduce my interest, I'm a horror fan and I saw her work in Leprechaun: Origins. She wasn't half bad. But it's up to you and your story. That's so funny my last girlfriend's name was Amanda. I liked Amanda better than Barb by the way. I'll say the only decent shows I've seen was Vampire Diaries which ended actually. Also The Originals which the next season is their last season unfortunetly :( I guess it make sense because what can happen to the Mikelsons family? Other than that I barely watch That channel. I guess when The Originals end I probably wouldn't watch The CW anymore
      For I'd choice either Stana Katic from ABC's Castle or Maggie Grace from Lost
      Castle and Lost are great shows, that's even better. Yeah Stana Katic or Maggie Grace are both  darn good actress. You have good tastes in choosing actors and actresses my friend.
      Thanks I got my 2 lead characters fictionally cast now I just have to go the rest of the characters.
      Sweet !!
      Other actors I have in mind are Chris Wood, Shawn Ashmore, Colin Ford, Jeff Fahey, and Tracy Spiridakos.

      Yeah !!! Chris Wood was good in Containment. Shawn Ashmore seems pretty good.Say no more Colin Ford would be perfect. He killed it in Supernatrual. I just looked up Jeff Fahey cause I honestly don't know his movies and other acts he did but he has the fit for the lead. Tracy Spiridakos is a darn good actress. I've seen her in Goblin and she killed it. Hey man that's the whole set for your story. Hey man you seriously should totally be the show runner and produce of the next Walking Dead series ! 

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      My idea is a zombie post apocalyptic story similar to the walking dead.

      Season 1 follows our survivors taking up camp in a target store on the outskirts of Minneapolis, Minnesota during the winter. After a group of supply runners get trapped in the city, and one is MIA the protagonist leads a group to rescue his people and search for the missing survivor. The group ends up in a medical facility while searching for the missing survivor. After a massive heard overruns their camp, the group joins the survivors they met at the hospital facility. The 2 groups decide to head east to the coast thinking its safer. They meet 2 pilots who try to fly them to the coast, and the story ends with the survivors plane getting caught in a snowstorm which causes them to crash land in CT. Throughout the season we see flashbacks that reveals how the survivors managed the fist few days of the outbreak.

      Season 2 picks up with our survivors having survived the crash. Our survivors are rescued by a group of survivors from a nearby camp set up on a college campus. The camp is run by the former dean who has taken it upon himself to look after his students who couldn't return home. Chris and the Dean Frank decide to send an expedition team to the city to look for a boat to head south. Meanwhile the group takes in new survivors. Following a devastating attack from within the survivors became divided on how to move forward. After a deal is made with another group of survivors a coup is enacted to overthrow Chris and Frank. In the ensuing case the camp is destroyed and over run leaving the survivors homeless as spring approaches. Let me know if you want to know more of my story.

      Wow JCB95 you should become the showrunner for The next Walking Dead show. I mean it's not just the tone of if but it's more fresh and something different that we'd never seen in The Walking Dead franchise before. Like your just living your normal same old ordinary life. Working unlike an average person in a store and have a family to support and all of a sudden out of the bloom  you have an apocalypse starting to break out and Chris tries his best to save his family. That's dope, One thing I just have to ask because I love your thoughts and ideas. I'm so enthusiastic about the pitch of your story so much I have a question just one, If you happen to pick an actor to play the role of Chris who would you pick to portray your protagonist Rick Grimes sort of speak?
      Well out of well known actors I might pick someone like Sullivan Stapleton or Mike Vogel or Jake McLaughlin. However if this is real life I'd probably want some unknown actor no one has ever heard. I just like the idea of an unknown actor coming up and making a name for himself. Look at Andrew Lincoln no one knew him before TWD, and I attribute a lot of TWD's success to the fact that Andrew Lincoln was an unknown actor when TWD first started.
      Wow on of the best nominated actors ! Cool, Jake McLaughlin was good as hell in Safe House. He's a talented actor. That's also true Andrew Lincoln wasn't well know when the show first came out. 
      Yeah if I could have a chance to make this into a show Jake McLaughlin would be my first choice. Second would be Sullivan Stapleton would be my second choice and Mike Vogel would be my last choice.
      Yeah I think Jake will kill it as the leader (next Rick Grimes).Hey I was thinking Stephanie Bennett can play Chris's wife named Barb. She can be the (Lori Grimes) for your story. HEHE tell you what JCB95 I feel like we're getiing the casting recovered like we're actually doing the series. lol
      Yeah it's a start at least. I don't really know Stephanie Bennett, but looked her up and saw she was an actor on the freedom show shadow hunters. For me I'd prefer not to cast an actress from Freeform if this was a real. From what I've seen from shows on that network they are mainly teen dramas, and the actors are amateur in my opinion. Freefom show in my opinion are similar to the CW shows which are weak with weak actors. Also I had named Chris' wife Amanda.
      True, actually well first off I'll introduce my interest, I'm a horror fan and I saw her work in Leprechaun: Origins. She wasn't half bad. But it's up to you and your story. That's so funny my last girlfriend's name was Amanda. I liked Amanda better than Barb by the way. I'll say the only decent shows I've seen was Vampire Diaries which ended actually. Also The Originals which the next season is their last season unfortunetly :( I guess it make sense because what can happen to the Mikelsons family? Other than that I barely watch That channel. I guess when The Originals end I probably wouldn't watch The CW anymore
      For I'd choice either Stana Katic from ABC's Castle or Maggie Grace from Lost
      Castle and Lost are great shows, that's even better. Yeah Stana Katic or Maggie Grace are both  darn good actress. You have good tastes in choosing actors and actresses my friend.
      Thanks I got my 2 lead characters fictionally cast now I just have to go the rest of the characters.
      Sweet !!
      Other actors I have in mind are Chris Wood, Shawn Ashmore, Colin Ford, Jeff Fahey, and Tracy Spiridakos.

      Yeah !!! Chris Wood was good in Containment. Shawn Ashmore seems pretty good.Say no more Colin Ford would be perfect. He killed it in Supernatrual. I just looked up Jeff Fahey cause I honestly don't know his movies and other acts he did but he has the fit for the lead. Tracy Spiridakos is a darn good actress. I've seen her in Goblin and she killed it. Hey man that's the whole set for your story. Hey man you seriously should totally be the show runner and produce of the next Walking Dead series ! 

      Yeah Chris Wood was amazing in containment. He did a good job portraying a man who is cool and collective in times of chaos but also a caring person willing to sacrifice himself. He would portray Lance Cooke Chris' best friend, right hand, and brother figure kind of like the Shane of my story.

      Ashmore is a good actor too he would portray Cameron Bell a much more weaker version of Daryl. I thought he was good in The Following and did a good job portraying a reliable partner.

      Yeah I like Colin Ford for portraying John Malcolm similar to Glenn, but much more stronger when it comes to killing people. I really liked him on under the dome, and he did a good Jo b portraying a young adult who was disconnected from his family similar to John's backstory.

      Fahey would portray Jack Coleman, a bit of a twist on Dale. In under the dome he did a good job portraying a good hearted moral compass character which is what jack would be. He also appeared as a guest star on NBC's revolution where he did a good job portraying a fighter and man willing to sacrifice himself.

      Spiridakos would portray Stephanie Carmichael a younger version Andrea. I really liked her performance on Revolution too, and since both are be post apocalyptic stories I feel she would be a great warrior type character.

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      My idea is a zombie post apocalyptic story similar to the walking dead.

      Season 1 follows our survivors taking up camp in a target store on the outskirts of Minneapolis, Minnesota during the winter. After a group of supply runners get trapped in the city, and one is MIA the protagonist leads a group to rescue his people and search for the missing survivor. The group ends up in a medical facility while searching for the missing survivor. After a massive heard overruns their camp, the group joins the survivors they met at the hospital facility. The 2 groups decide to head east to the coast thinking its safer. They meet 2 pilots who try to fly them to the coast, and the story ends with the survivors plane getting caught in a snowstorm which causes them to crash land in CT. Throughout the season we see flashbacks that reveals how the survivors managed the fist few days of the outbreak.

      Season 2 picks up with our survivors having survived the crash. Our survivors are rescued by a group of survivors from a nearby camp set up on a college campus. The camp is run by the former dean who has taken it upon himself to look after his students who couldn't return home. Chris and the Dean Frank decide to send an expedition team to the city to look for a boat to head south. Meanwhile the group takes in new survivors. Following a devastating attack from within the survivors became divided on how to move forward. After a deal is made with another group of survivors a coup is enacted to overthrow Chris and Frank. In the ensuing case the camp is destroyed and over run leaving the survivors homeless as spring approaches. Let me know if you want to know more of my story.

      Wow JCB95 you should become the showrunner for The next Walking Dead show. I mean it's not just the tone of if but it's more fresh and something different that we'd never seen in The Walking Dead franchise before. Like your just living your normal same old ordinary life. Working unlike an average person in a store and have a family to support and all of a sudden out of the bloom  you have an apocalypse starting to break out and Chris tries his best to save his family. That's dope, One thing I just have to ask because I love your thoughts and ideas. I'm so enthusiastic about the pitch of your story so much I have a question just one, If you happen to pick an actor to play the role of Chris who would you pick to portray your protagonist Rick Grimes sort of speak?
      Well out of well known actors I might pick someone like Sullivan Stapleton or Mike Vogel or Jake McLaughlin. However if this is real life I'd probably want some unknown actor no one has ever heard. I just like the idea of an unknown actor coming up and making a name for himself. Look at Andrew Lincoln no one knew him before TWD, and I attribute a lot of TWD's success to the fact that Andrew Lincoln was an unknown actor when TWD first started.
      Wow on of the best nominated actors ! Cool, Jake McLaughlin was good as hell in Safe House. He's a talented actor. That's also true Andrew Lincoln wasn't well know when the show first came out. 
      Yeah if I could have a chance to make this into a show Jake McLaughlin would be my first choice. Second would be Sullivan Stapleton would be my second choice and Mike Vogel would be my last choice.
      Yeah I think Jake will kill it as the leader (next Rick Grimes).Hey I was thinking Stephanie Bennett can play Chris's wife named Barb. She can be the (Lori Grimes) for your story. HEHE tell you what JCB95 I feel like we're getiing the casting recovered like we're actually doing the series. lol
      Yeah it's a start at least. I don't really know Stephanie Bennett, but looked her up and saw she was an actor on the freedom show shadow hunters. For me I'd prefer not to cast an actress from Freeform if this was a real. From what I've seen from shows on that network they are mainly teen dramas, and the actors are amateur in my opinion. Freefom show in my opinion are similar to the CW shows which are weak with weak actors. Also I had named Chris' wife Amanda.
      True, actually well first off I'll introduce my interest, I'm a horror fan and I saw her work in Leprechaun: Origins. She wasn't half bad. But it's up to you and your story. That's so funny my last girlfriend's name was Amanda. I liked Amanda better than Barb by the way. I'll say the only decent shows I've seen was Vampire Diaries which ended actually. Also The Originals which the next season is their last season unfortunetly :( I guess it make sense because what can happen to the Mikelsons family? Other than that I barely watch That channel. I guess when The Originals end I probably wouldn't watch The CW anymore
      For I'd choice either Stana Katic from ABC's Castle or Maggie Grace from Lost
      Castle and Lost are great shows, that's even better. Yeah Stana Katic or Maggie Grace are both  darn good actress. You have good tastes in choosing actors and actresses my friend.
      Thanks I got my 2 lead characters fictionally cast now I just have to go the rest of the characters.
      Sweet !!
      Other actors I have in mind are Chris Wood, Shawn Ashmore, Colin Ford, Jeff Fahey, and Tracy Spiridakos.
      Yeah !!! Chris Wood was good in Containment. Shawn Ashmore seems pretty good.Say no more Colin Ford would be perfect. He killed it in Supernatrual. I just looked up Jeff Fahey cause I honestly don't know his movies and other acts he did but he has the fit for the lead. Tracy Spiridakos is a darn good actress. I've seen her in Goblin and she killed it. Hey man that's the whole set for your story. Hey man you seriously should totally be the show runner and produce of the next Walking Dead series ! 
      Yeah Chris Wood was amazing in containment. He did a good job portraying a man who is cool and collective in times of chaos but also a caring person willing to sacrifice himself. He would portray Lance Cooke Chris' best friend, right hand, and brother figure kind of like the Shane of my story.

      Ashmore is a good actor too he would portray Cameron Bell a much more weaker version of Daryl. I thought he was good in The Following and did a good job portraying a reliable partner.

      Yeah I like Colin Ford for portraying John Malcolm similar to Glenn, but much more stronger when it comes to killing people. I really liked him on under the dome, and he did a good Jo b portraying a young adult who was disconnected from his family similar to John's backstory.

      Fahey would portray Jack Coleman, a bit of a twist on Dale. In under the dome he did a good job portraying a good hearted moral compass character which is what jack would be. He also appeared as a guest star on NBC's revolution where he did a good job portraying a fighter and man willing to sacrifice himself.

      Spiridakos would portray Stephanie Carmichael a younger version Andrea. I really liked her performance on Revolution too, and since both are be post apocalyptic stories I feel she would be a great warrior type character.

      Wow JCB95 I love the way how you connect the dots to each per character from the originals series from your series. So that's the sypnosis of your story. Ashmore would make a nice Daryl type character which as Cameron Bell, only Daryl has more balls.What is really funny I was thinking and get ready to tell you if you want you can have Siridasoks to fit Andrea's spot on your story and you have as that which her character name is Stephanie. I really like that JCB95 I really like that.That is dope. To tell you the truth I would actually would want to see this as the third Walking Dead Series in fact AMC needs to have this story of your published if they decided to make a second companion series or if you wanna call it the third Walking Dead series this is how the show should turn out. I mean the casting is extraodinary the sypnosis of each per character is just as intriguging. I love it JCB95 I actually want to see this story really be in developed. 

      Also I thought about this if you like this idea. I thought of this title and find it better than Rise Of The Walking Dead. I got this from Martin from the Terminus back in Season 5 and throw it with the words I scabbled up myself. I thought this could be the title of your third Walking Dead series story "Cold Bodies Among Us". The group can also call the Walkers AKA zombies Cold Bodies. That can be your version of your survivors call them the walkers by calling them Cold Bodies.

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      I'm sorry. Cold Bodies just sounds ridiculous.

      Then what's your idea for the title.

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      I'm sorry. Cold Bodies just sounds ridiculous.
      Then what's your idea for the title.

      Definitely a one-worder. Screaming "cold bodies" takes too long.

      Here are the synonyms for "corpse" according to Thesaurus:

      -Body

      -Cadaver

      -Carcass

      -Remains

      -Carrion

      -Deceased

      -Departed

      -Stiff

      -Mort

      If one of the characters is a joker/comic relief he can refer to a couple as "icepops" for a small break of humor.

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      JCB95 wrote:
      My idea is a zombie post apocalyptic story similar to the walking dead.

      Season 1 follows our survivors taking up camp in a target store on the outskirts of Minneapolis, Minnesota during the winter. After a group of supply runners get trapped in the city, and one is MIA the protagonist leads a group to rescue his people and search for the missing survivor. The group ends up in a medical facility while searching for the missing survivor. After a massive heard overruns their camp, the group joins the survivors they met at the hospital facility. The 2 groups decide to head east to the coast thinking its safer. They meet 2 pilots who try to fly them to the coast, and the story ends with the survivors plane getting caught in a snowstorm which causes them to crash land in CT. Throughout the season we see flashbacks that reveals how the survivors managed the fist few days of the outbreak.

      Season 2 picks up with our survivors having survived the crash. Our survivors are rescued by a group of survivors from a nearby camp set up on a college campus. The camp is run by the former dean who has taken it upon himself to look after his students who couldn't return home. Chris and the Dean Frank decide to send an expedition team to the city to look for a boat to head south. Meanwhile the group takes in new survivors. Following a devastating attack from within the survivors became divided on how to move forward. After a deal is made with another group of survivors a coup is enacted to overthrow Chris and Frank. In the ensuing case the camp is destroyed and over run leaving the survivors homeless as spring approaches. Let me know if you want to know more of my story.

      Wow JCB95 you should become the showrunner for The next Walking Dead show. I mean it's not just the tone of if but it's more fresh and something different that we'd never seen in The Walking Dead franchise before. Like your just living your normal same old ordinary life. Working unlike an average person in a store and have a family to support and all of a sudden out of the bloom  you have an apocalypse starting to break out and Chris tries his best to save his family. That's dope, One thing I just have to ask because I love your thoughts and ideas. I'm so enthusiastic about the pitch of your story so much I have a question just one, If you happen to pick an actor to play the role of Chris who would you pick to portray your protagonist Rick Grimes sort of speak?
      Well out of well known actors I might pick someone like Sullivan Stapleton or Mike Vogel or Jake McLaughlin. However if this is real life I'd probably want some unknown actor no one has ever heard. I just like the idea of an unknown actor coming up and making a name for himself. Look at Andrew Lincoln no one knew him before TWD, and I attribute a lot of TWD's success to the fact that Andrew Lincoln was an unknown actor when TWD first started.
      Wow on of the best nominated actors ! Cool, Jake McLaughlin was good as hell in Safe House. He's a talented actor. That's also true Andrew Lincoln wasn't well know when the show first came out. 
      Yeah if I could have a chance to make this into a show Jake McLaughlin would be my first choice. Second would be Sullivan Stapleton would be my second choice and Mike Vogel would be my last choice.
      Yeah I think Jake will kill it as the leader (next Rick Grimes).Hey I was thinking Stephanie Bennett can play Chris's wife named Barb. She can be the (Lori Grimes) for your story. HEHE tell you what JCB95 I feel like we're getiing the casting recovered like we're actually doing the series. lol
      Yeah it's a start at least. I don't really know Stephanie Bennett, but looked her up and saw she was an actor on the freedom show shadow hunters. For me I'd prefer not to cast an actress from Freeform if this was a real. From what I've seen from shows on that network they are mainly teen dramas, and the actors are amateur in my opinion. Freefom show in my opinion are similar to the CW shows which are weak with weak actors. Also I had named Chris' wife Amanda.
      True, actually well first off I'll introduce my interest, I'm a horror fan and I saw her work in Leprechaun: Origins. She wasn't half bad. But it's up to you and your story. That's so funny my last girlfriend's name was Amanda. I liked Amanda better than Barb by the way. I'll say the only decent shows I've seen was Vampire Diaries which ended actually. Also The Originals which the next season is their last season unfortunetly :( I guess it make sense because what can happen to the Mikelsons family? Other than that I barely watch That channel. I guess when The Originals end I probably wouldn't watch The CW anymore
      For I'd choice either Stana Katic from ABC's Castle or Maggie Grace from Lost
      Castle and Lost are great shows, that's even better. Yeah Stana Katic or Maggie Grace are both  darn good actress. You have good tastes in choosing actors and actresses my friend.
      Thanks I got my 2 lead characters fictionally cast now I just have to go the rest of the characters.
      Sweet !!
      Other actors I have in mind are Chris Wood, Shawn Ashmore, Colin Ford, Jeff Fahey, and Tracy Spiridakos.
      Yeah !!! Chris Wood was good in Containment. Shawn Ashmore seems pretty good.Say no more Colin Ford would be perfect. He killed it in Supernatrual. I just looked up Jeff Fahey cause I honestly don't know his movies and other acts he did but he has the fit for the lead. Tracy Spiridakos is a darn good actress. I've seen her in Goblin and she killed it. Hey man that's the whole set for your story. Hey man you seriously should totally be the show runner and produce of the next Walking Dead series ! 
      Yeah Chris Wood was amazing in containment. He did a good job portraying a man who is cool and collective in times of chaos but also a caring person willing to sacrifice himself. He would portray Lance Cooke Chris' best friend, right hand, and brother figure kind of like the Shane of my story.

      Ashmore is a good actor too he would portray Cameron Bell a much more weaker version of Daryl. I thought he was good in The Following and did a good job portraying a reliable partner.

      Yeah I like Colin Ford for portraying John Malcolm similar to Glenn, but much more stronger when it comes to killing people. I really liked him on under the dome, and he did a good Jo b portraying a young adult who was disconnected from his family similar to John's backstory.

      Fahey would portray Jack Coleman, a bit of a twist on Dale. In under the dome he did a good job portraying a good hearted moral compass character which is what jack would be. He also appeared as a guest star on NBC's revolution where he did a good job portraying a fighter and man willing to sacrifice himself.

      Spiridakos would portray Stephanie Carmichael a younger version Andrea. I really liked her performance on Revolution too, and since both are be post apocalyptic stories I feel she would be a great warrior type character.

      Wow JCB95 I love the way how you connect the dots to each per character from the originals series from your series. So that's the sypnosis of your story. Ashmore would make a nice Daryl type character which as Cameron Bell, only Daryl has more balls.What is really funny I was thinking and get ready to tell you if you want you can have Siridasoks to fit Andrea's spot on your story and you have as that which her character name is Stephanie. I really like that JCB95 I really like that.That is dope. To tell you the truth I would actually would want to see this as the third Walking Dead Series in fact AMC needs to have this story of your published if they decided to make a second companion series or if you wanna call it the third Walking Dead series this is how the show should turn out. I mean the casting is extraodinary the sypnosis of each per character is just as intriguging. I love it JCB95 I actually want to see this story really be in developed. 

      Also I thought about this if you like this idea. I thought of this title and find it better than Rise Of The Walking Dead. I got this from Martin from the Terminus back in Season 5 and throw it with the words I scabbled up myself. I thought this could be the title of your third Walking Dead series story "Cold Bodies Among Us". The group can also call the Walkers AKA zombies Cold Bodies. That can be your version of your survivors call them the walkers by calling them Cold Bodies.

      Thanks for your feedback and support. As for the title I'm still working on that. Right now I have a placeholder title of This Rising Dead. I'm trying to find a good three word title. I do like the idea of calling them cold bodies due to the sob aspect. It's not my favorite name but it's better than anything I've come up with.

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      I'm sorry. Cold Bodies just sounds ridiculous.
      Then what's your idea for the title.

      Definitely a one-worder. Screaming "cold bodies" takes too long.

      Here are the synonyms for "corpse" according to Thesaurus:

      -Body

      -Cadaver

      -Carcass

      -Remains

      -Carrion

      -Deceased

      -Departed

      -Stiff

      -Mort

      If one of the characters is a joker/comic relief he can refer to a couple as "icepops" for a small break of humor.

      I respect the help but all these suggestions suck. They just sound real cliche or like something that doesn't sound natural. The best one is Stiff, but still sounds stupid for a zombie nickname.

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    • It just needs to be something quick. One to maybe two syllable. You're not gonna scream "COLD BODIES" while being torn apart. Also Warm Bodies was a terrible movie so you might not want to make affiliations to that.

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      My idea is a zombie post apocalyptic story similar to the walking dead.

      Season 1 follows our survivors taking up camp in a target store on the outskirts of Minneapolis, Minnesota during the winter. After a group of supply runners get trapped in the city, and one is MIA the protagonist leads a group to rescue his people and search for the missing survivor. The group ends up in a medical facility while searching for the missing survivor. After a massive heard overruns their camp, the group joins the survivors they met at the hospital facility. The 2 groups decide to head east to the coast thinking its safer. They meet 2 pilots who try to fly them to the coast, and the story ends with the survivors plane getting caught in a snowstorm which causes them to crash land in CT. Throughout the season we see flashbacks that reveals how the survivors managed the fist few days of the outbreak.

      Season 2 picks up with our survivors having survived the crash. Our survivors are rescued by a group of survivors from a nearby camp set up on a college campus. The camp is run by the former dean who has taken it upon himself to look after his students who couldn't return home. Chris and the Dean Frank decide to send an expedition team to the city to look for a boat to head south. Meanwhile the group takes in new survivors. Following a devastating attack from within the survivors became divided on how to move forward. After a deal is made with another group of survivors a coup is enacted to overthrow Chris and Frank. In the ensuing case the camp is destroyed and over run leaving the survivors homeless as spring approaches. Let me know if you want to know more of my story.

      Wow JCB95 you should become the showrunner for The next Walking Dead show. I mean it's not just the tone of if but it's more fresh and something different that we'd never seen in The Walking Dead franchise before. Like your just living your normal same old ordinary life. Working unlike an average person in a store and have a family to support and all of a sudden out of the bloom  you have an apocalypse starting to break out and Chris tries his best to save his family. That's dope, One thing I just have to ask because I love your thoughts and ideas. I'm so enthusiastic about the pitch of your story so much I have a question just one, If you happen to pick an actor to play the role of Chris who would you pick to portray your protagonist Rick Grimes sort of speak?
      Well out of well known actors I might pick someone like Sullivan Stapleton or Mike Vogel or Jake McLaughlin. However if this is real life I'd probably want some unknown actor no one has ever heard. I just like the idea of an unknown actor coming up and making a name for himself. Look at Andrew Lincoln no one knew him before TWD, and I attribute a lot of TWD's success to the fact that Andrew Lincoln was an unknown actor when TWD first started.
      Wow on of the best nominated actors ! Cool, Jake McLaughlin was good as hell in Safe House. He's a talented actor. That's also true Andrew Lincoln wasn't well know when the show first came out. 
      Yeah if I could have a chance to make this into a show Jake McLaughlin would be my first choice. Second would be Sullivan Stapleton would be my second choice and Mike Vogel would be my last choice.
      Yeah I think Jake will kill it as the leader (next Rick Grimes).Hey I was thinking Stephanie Bennett can play Chris's wife named Barb. She can be the (Lori Grimes) for your story. HEHE tell you what JCB95 I feel like we're getiing the casting recovered like we're actually doing the series. lol
      Yeah it's a start at least. I don't really know Stephanie Bennett, but looked her up and saw she was an actor on the freedom show shadow hunters. For me I'd prefer not to cast an actress from Freeform if this was a real. From what I've seen from shows on that network they are mainly teen dramas, and the actors are amateur in my opinion. Freefom show in my opinion are similar to the CW shows which are weak with weak actors. Also I had named Chris' wife Amanda.
      True, actually well first off I'll introduce my interest, I'm a horror fan and I saw her work in Leprechaun: Origins. She wasn't half bad. But it's up to you and your story. That's so funny my last girlfriend's name was Amanda. I liked Amanda better than Barb by the way. I'll say the only decent shows I've seen was Vampire Diaries which ended actually. Also The Originals which the next season is their last season unfortunetly :( I guess it make sense because what can happen to the Mikelsons family? Other than that I barely watch That channel. I guess when The Originals end I probably wouldn't watch The CW anymore
      For I'd choice either Stana Katic from ABC's Castle or Maggie Grace from Lost
      Castle and Lost are great shows, that's even better. Yeah Stana Katic or Maggie Grace are both  darn good actress. You have good tastes in choosing actors and actresses my friend.
      Thanks I got my 2 lead characters fictionally cast now I just have to go the rest of the characters.
      Sweet !!
      Other actors I have in mind are Chris Wood, Shawn Ashmore, Colin Ford, Jeff Fahey, and Tracy Spiridakos.
      Yeah !!! Chris Wood was good in Containment. Shawn Ashmore seems pretty good.Say no more Colin Ford would be perfect. He killed it in Supernatrual. I just looked up Jeff Fahey cause I honestly don't know his movies and other acts he did but he has the fit for the lead. Tracy Spiridakos is a darn good actress. I've seen her in Goblin and she killed it. Hey man that's the whole set for your story. Hey man you seriously should totally be the show runner and produce of the next Walking Dead series ! 
      Yeah Chris Wood was amazing in containment. He did a good job portraying a man who is cool and collective in times of chaos but also a caring person willing to sacrifice himself. He would portray Lance Cooke Chris' best friend, right hand, and brother figure kind of like the Shane of my story.

      Ashmore is a good actor too he would portray Cameron Bell a much more weaker version of Daryl. I thought he was good in The Following and did a good job portraying a reliable partner.

      Yeah I like Colin Ford for portraying John Malcolm similar to Glenn, but much more stronger when it comes to killing people. I really liked him on under the dome, and he did a good Jo b portraying a young adult who was disconnected from his family similar to John's backstory.

      Fahey would portray Jack Coleman, a bit of a twist on Dale. In under the dome he did a good job portraying a good hearted moral compass character which is what jack would be. He also appeared as a guest star on NBC's revolution where he did a good job portraying a fighter and man willing to sacrifice himself.

      Spiridakos would portray Stephanie Carmichael a younger version Andrea. I really liked her performance on Revolution too, and since both are be post apocalyptic stories I feel she would be a great warrior type character.

      Wow JCB95 I love the way how you connect the dots to each per character from the originals series from your series. So that's the sypnosis of your story. Ashmore would make a nice Daryl type character which as Cameron Bell, only Daryl has more balls.What is really funny I was thinking and get ready to tell you if you want you can have Siridasoks to fit Andrea's spot on your story and you have as that which her character name is Stephanie. I really like that JCB95 I really like that.That is dope. To tell you the truth I would actually would want to see this as the third Walking Dead Series in fact AMC needs to have this story of your published if they decided to make a second companion series or if you wanna call it the third Walking Dead series this is how the show should turn out. I mean the casting is extraodinary the sypnosis of each per character is just as intriguging. I love it JCB95 I actually want to see this story really be in developed. 

      Also I thought about this if you like this idea. I thought of this title and find it better than Rise Of The Walking Dead. I got this from Martin from the Terminus back in Season 5 and throw it with the words I scabbled up myself. I thought this could be the title of your third Walking Dead series story "Cold Bodies Among Us". The group can also call the Walkers AKA zombies Cold Bodies. That can be your version of your survivors call them the walkers by calling them Cold Bodies.

      Thanks for your feedback and support. As for the title I'm still working on that. Right now I have a placeholder title of This Rising Dead. I'm trying to find a good three word title. I do like the idea of calling them cold bodies due to the sob aspect. It's not my favorite name but it's better than anything I've come up with.

      Love It This Rising Dead sonunds 100 times better. But yeah Cold Bodies does sound too long I guess lets see you can call the walkers bloodsuckers it's a quicker name for the walkers.Bloodsuckers is a better name for them.

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      JCB95 wrote:
      My idea is a zombie post apocalyptic story similar to the walking dead.

      Season 1 follows our survivors taking up camp in a target store on the outskirts of Minneapolis, Minnesota during the winter. After a group of supply runners get trapped in the city, and one is MIA the protagonist leads a group to rescue his people and search for the missing survivor. The group ends up in a medical facility while searching for the missing survivor. After a massive heard overruns their camp, the group joins the survivors they met at the hospital facility. The 2 groups decide to head east to the coast thinking its safer. They meet 2 pilots who try to fly them to the coast, and the story ends with the survivors plane getting caught in a snowstorm which causes them to crash land in CT. Throughout the season we see flashbacks that reveals how the survivors managed the fist few days of the outbreak.

      Season 2 picks up with our survivors having survived the crash. Our survivors are rescued by a group of survivors from a nearby camp set up on a college campus. The camp is run by the former dean who has taken it upon himself to look after his students who couldn't return home. Chris and the Dean Frank decide to send an expedition team to the city to look for a boat to head south. Meanwhile the group takes in new survivors. Following a devastating attack from within the survivors became divided on how to move forward. After a deal is made with another group of survivors a coup is enacted to overthrow Chris and Frank. In the ensuing case the camp is destroyed and over run leaving the survivors homeless as spring approaches. Let me know if you want to know more of my story.

      Wow JCB95 you should become the showrunner for The next Walking Dead show. I mean it's not just the tone of if but it's more fresh and something different that we'd never seen in The Walking Dead franchise before. Like your just living your normal same old ordinary life. Working unlike an average person in a store and have a family to support and all of a sudden out of the bloom  you have an apocalypse starting to break out and Chris tries his best to save his family. That's dope, One thing I just have to ask because I love your thoughts and ideas. I'm so enthusiastic about the pitch of your story so much I have a question just one, If you happen to pick an actor to play the role of Chris who would you pick to portray your protagonist Rick Grimes sort of speak?
      Well out of well known actors I might pick someone like Sullivan Stapleton or Mike Vogel or Jake McLaughlin. However if this is real life I'd probably want some unknown actor no one has ever heard. I just like the idea of an unknown actor coming up and making a name for himself. Look at Andrew Lincoln no one knew him before TWD, and I attribute a lot of TWD's success to the fact that Andrew Lincoln was an unknown actor when TWD first started.
      Wow on of the best nominated actors ! Cool, Jake McLaughlin was good as hell in Safe House. He's a talented actor. That's also true Andrew Lincoln wasn't well know when the show first came out. 
      Yeah if I could have a chance to make this into a show Jake McLaughlin would be my first choice. Second would be Sullivan Stapleton would be my second choice and Mike Vogel would be my last choice.
      Yeah I think Jake will kill it as the leader (next Rick Grimes).Hey I was thinking Stephanie Bennett can play Chris's wife named Barb. She can be the (Lori Grimes) for your story. HEHE tell you what JCB95 I feel like we're getiing the casting recovered like we're actually doing the series. lol
      Yeah it's a start at least. I don't really know Stephanie Bennett, but looked her up and saw she was an actor on the freedom show shadow hunters. For me I'd prefer not to cast an actress from Freeform if this was a real. From what I've seen from shows on that network they are mainly teen dramas, and the actors are amateur in my opinion. Freefom show in my opinion are similar to the CW shows which are weak with weak actors. Also I had named Chris' wife Amanda.
      True, actually well first off I'll introduce my interest, I'm a horror fan and I saw her work in Leprechaun: Origins. She wasn't half bad. But it's up to you and your story. That's so funny my last girlfriend's name was Amanda. I liked Amanda better than Barb by the way. I'll say the only decent shows I've seen was Vampire Diaries which ended actually. Also The Originals which the next season is their last season unfortunetly :( I guess it make sense because what can happen to the Mikelsons family? Other than that I barely watch That channel. I guess when The Originals end I probably wouldn't watch The CW anymore
      For I'd choice either Stana Katic from ABC's Castle or Maggie Grace from Lost
      Castle and Lost are great shows, that's even better. Yeah Stana Katic or Maggie Grace are both  darn good actress. You have good tastes in choosing actors and actresses my friend.
      Thanks I got my 2 lead characters fictionally cast now I just have to go the rest of the characters.
      Sweet !!
      Other actors I have in mind are Chris Wood, Shawn Ashmore, Colin Ford, Jeff Fahey, and Tracy Spiridakos.
      Yeah !!! Chris Wood was good in Containment. Shawn Ashmore seems pretty good.Say no more Colin Ford would be perfect. He killed it in Supernatrual. I just looked up Jeff Fahey cause I honestly don't know his movies and other acts he did but he has the fit for the lead. Tracy Spiridakos is a darn good actress. I've seen her in Goblin and she killed it. Hey man that's the whole set for your story. Hey man you seriously should totally be the show runner and produce of the next Walking Dead series ! 
      Yeah Chris Wood was amazing in containment. He did a good job portraying a man who is cool and collective in times of chaos but also a caring person willing to sacrifice himself. He would portray Lance Cooke Chris' best friend, right hand, and brother figure kind of like the Shane of my story.

      Ashmore is a good actor too he would portray Cameron Bell a much more weaker version of Daryl. I thought he was good in The Following and did a good job portraying a reliable partner.

      Yeah I like Colin Ford for portraying John Malcolm similar to Glenn, but much more stronger when it comes to killing people. I really liked him on under the dome, and he did a good Jo b portraying a young adult who was disconnected from his family similar to John's backstory.

      Fahey would portray Jack Coleman, a bit of a twist on Dale. In under the dome he did a good job portraying a good hearted moral compass character which is what jack would be. He also appeared as a guest star on NBC's revolution where he did a good job portraying a fighter and man willing to sacrifice himself.

      Spiridakos would portray Stephanie Carmichael a younger version Andrea. I really liked her performance on Revolution too, and since both are be post apocalyptic stories I feel she would be a great warrior type character.

      Wow JCB95 I love the way how you connect the dots to each per character from the originals series from your series. So that's the sypnosis of your story. Ashmore would make a nice Daryl type character which as Cameron Bell, only Daryl has more balls.What is really funny I was thinking and get ready to tell you if you want you can have Siridasoks to fit Andrea's spot on your story and you have as that which her character name is Stephanie. I really like that JCB95 I really like that.That is dope. To tell you the truth I would actually would want to see this as the third Walking Dead Series in fact AMC needs to have this story of your published if they decided to make a second companion series or if you wanna call it the third Walking Dead series this is how the show should turn out. I mean the casting is extraodinary the sypnosis of each per character is just as intriguging. I love it JCB95 I actually want to see this story really be in developed. 

      Also I thought about this if you like this idea. I thought of this title and find it better than Rise Of The Walking Dead. I got this from Martin from the Terminus back in Season 5 and throw it with the words I scabbled up myself. I thought this could be the title of your third Walking Dead series story "Cold Bodies Among Us". The group can also call the Walkers AKA zombies Cold Bodies. That can be your version of your survivors call them the walkers by calling them Cold Bodies.

      Thanks for your feedback and support. As for the title I'm still working on that. Right now I have a placeholder title of This Rising Dead. I'm trying to find a good three word title. I do like the idea of calling them cold bodies due to the sob aspect. It's not my favorite name but it's better than anything I've come up with.

      Love It This Rising Dead sonunds 100 times better. But yeah Cold Bodies does sound too long I guess lets see you can call the walkers bloodsuckers it's a quicker name for the walkers.Bloodsuckers is a better name for them.

      Bloodsuckers is a better name however there is one issue I see with that name. For me at least when I hear bloodsuckers I automatically think of vampires. So for that simple reason I would probably go with something different that way people don't think it's a vampire show.

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      Well on z nation they yell out puppets and kittens when attacked by zombies. Half the time the zombies are running, and they always have time to prepare and fight and don't get torn apart.

      I never said I like how Z Nation calls its zombies. In case you haven't noticed that show doesn't exactly take itself super seriously.

      Husks is another option, but that's taken by Killing Floor. Reavers/Reapers? Too Firefly/Mass Effect.

      Honestly if everyone refers to them as just "Bodies", that would be quick enough, but provided with enough build up and pacing could be used for effective and kind of a surreal atmosphere, since "body" isn't a word we often associate with a threat, like "walker" was before TWD.

      It's your story, so you are free to do as you wish obviously.

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      JCB95 wrote:
      My idea is a zombie post apocalyptic story similar to the walking dead.

      Season 1 follows our survivors taking up camp in a target store on the outskirts of Minneapolis, Minnesota during the winter. After a group of supply runners get trapped in the city, and one is MIA the protagonist leads a group to rescue his people and search for the missing survivor. The group ends up in a medical facility while searching for the missing survivor. After a massive heard overruns their camp, the group joins the survivors they met at the hospital facility. The 2 groups decide to head east to the coast thinking its safer. They meet 2 pilots who try to fly them to the coast, and the story ends with the survivors plane getting caught in a snowstorm which causes them to crash land in CT. Throughout the season we see flashbacks that reveals how the survivors managed the fist few days of the outbreak.

      Season 2 picks up with our survivors having survived the crash. Our survivors are rescued by a group of survivors from a nearby camp set up on a college campus. The camp is run by the former dean who has taken it upon himself to look after his students who couldn't return home. Chris and the Dean Frank decide to send an expedition team to the city to look for a boat to head south. Meanwhile the group takes in new survivors. Following a devastating attack from within the survivors became divided on how to move forward. After a deal is made with another group of survivors a coup is enacted to overthrow Chris and Frank. In the ensuing case the camp is destroyed and over run leaving the survivors homeless as spring approaches. Let me know if you want to know more of my story.

      Wow JCB95 you should become the showrunner for The next Walking Dead show. I mean it's not just the tone of if but it's more fresh and something different that we'd never seen in The Walking Dead franchise before. Like your just living your normal same old ordinary life. Working unlike an average person in a store and have a family to support and all of a sudden out of the bloom  you have an apocalypse starting to break out and Chris tries his best to save his family. That's dope, One thing I just have to ask because I love your thoughts and ideas. I'm so enthusiastic about the pitch of your story so much I have a question just one, If you happen to pick an actor to play the role of Chris who would you pick to portray your protagonist Rick Grimes sort of speak?
      Well out of well known actors I might pick someone like Sullivan Stapleton or Mike Vogel or Jake McLaughlin. However if this is real life I'd probably want some unknown actor no one has ever heard. I just like the idea of an unknown actor coming up and making a name for himself. Look at Andrew Lincoln no one knew him before TWD, and I attribute a lot of TWD's success to the fact that Andrew Lincoln was an unknown actor when TWD first started.
      Wow on of the best nominated actors ! Cool, Jake McLaughlin was good as hell in Safe House. He's a talented actor. That's also true Andrew Lincoln wasn't well know when the show first came out. 
      Yeah if I could have a chance to make this into a show Jake McLaughlin would be my first choice. Second would be Sullivan Stapleton would be my second choice and Mike Vogel would be my last choice.
      Yeah I think Jake will kill it as the leader (next Rick Grimes).Hey I was thinking Stephanie Bennett can play Chris's wife named Barb. She can be the (Lori Grimes) for your story. HEHE tell you what JCB95 I feel like we're getiing the casting recovered like we're actually doing the series. lol
      Yeah it's a start at least. I don't really know Stephanie Bennett, but looked her up and saw she was an actor on the freedom show shadow hunters. For me I'd prefer not to cast an actress from Freeform if this was a real. From what I've seen from shows on that network they are mainly teen dramas, and the actors are amateur in my opinion. Freefom show in my opinion are similar to the CW shows which are weak with weak actors. Also I had named Chris' wife Amanda.
      True, actually well first off I'll introduce my interest, I'm a horror fan and I saw her work in Leprechaun: Origins. She wasn't half bad. But it's up to you and your story. That's so funny my last girlfriend's name was Amanda. I liked Amanda better than Barb by the way. I'll say the only decent shows I've seen was Vampire Diaries which ended actually. Also The Originals which the next season is their last season unfortunetly :( I guess it make sense because what can happen to the Mikelsons family? Other than that I barely watch That channel. I guess when The Originals end I probably wouldn't watch The CW anymore
      For I'd choice either Stana Katic from ABC's Castle or Maggie Grace from Lost
      Castle and Lost are great shows, that's even better. Yeah Stana Katic or Maggie Grace are both  darn good actress. You have good tastes in choosing actors and actresses my friend.
      Thanks I got my 2 lead characters fictionally cast now I just have to go the rest of the characters.
      Sweet !!
      Other actors I have in mind are Chris Wood, Shawn Ashmore, Colin Ford, Jeff Fahey, and Tracy Spiridakos.
      Yeah !!! Chris Wood was good in Containment. Shawn Ashmore seems pretty good.Say no more Colin Ford would be perfect. He killed it in Supernatrual. I just looked up Jeff Fahey cause I honestly don't know his movies and other acts he did but he has the fit for the lead. Tracy Spiridakos is a darn good actress. I've seen her in Goblin and she killed it. Hey man that's the whole set for your story. Hey man you seriously should totally be the show runner and produce of the next Walking Dead series ! 
      Yeah Chris Wood was amazing in containment. He did a good job portraying a man who is cool and collective in times of chaos but also a caring person willing to sacrifice himself. He would portray Lance Cooke Chris' best friend, right hand, and brother figure kind of like the Shane of my story.

      Ashmore is a good actor too he would portray Cameron Bell a much more weaker version of Daryl. I thought he was good in The Following and did a good job portraying a reliable partner.

      Yeah I like Colin Ford for portraying John Malcolm similar to Glenn, but much more stronger when it comes to killing people. I really liked him on under the dome, and he did a good Jo b portraying a young adult who was disconnected from his family similar to John's backstory.

      Fahey would portray Jack Coleman, a bit of a twist on Dale. In under the dome he did a good job portraying a good hearted moral compass character which is what jack would be. He also appeared as a guest star on NBC's revolution where he did a good job portraying a fighter and man willing to sacrifice himself.

      Spiridakos would portray Stephanie Carmichael a younger version Andrea. I really liked her performance on Revolution too, and since both are be post apocalyptic stories I feel she would be a great warrior type character.

      Wow JCB95 I love the way how you connect the dots to each per character from the originals series from your series. So that's the sypnosis of your story. Ashmore would make a nice Daryl type character which as Cameron Bell, only Daryl has more balls.What is really funny I was thinking and get ready to tell you if you want you can have Siridasoks to fit Andrea's spot on your story and you have as that which her character name is Stephanie. I really like that JCB95 I really like that.That is dope. To tell you the truth I would actually would want to see this as the third Walking Dead Series in fact AMC needs to have this story of your published if they decided to make a second companion series or if you wanna call it the third Walking Dead series this is how the show should turn out. I mean the casting is extraodinary the sypnosis of each per character is just as intriguging. I love it JCB95 I actually want to see this story really be in developed. 

      Also I thought about this if you like this idea. I thought of this title and find it better than Rise Of The Walking Dead. I got this from Martin from the Terminus back in Season 5 and throw it with the words I scabbled up myself. I thought this could be the title of your third Walking Dead series story "Cold Bodies Among Us". The group can also call the Walkers AKA zombies Cold Bodies. That can be your version of your survivors call them the walkers by calling them Cold Bodies.

      Thanks for your feedback and support. As for the title I'm still working on that. Right now I have a placeholder title of This Rising Dead. I'm trying to find a good three word title. I do like the idea of calling them cold bodies due to the sob aspect. It's not my favorite name but it's better than anything I've come up with.
      Love It This Rising Dead sonunds 100 times better. But yeah Cold Bodies does sound too long I guess lets see you can call the walkers bloodsuckers it's a quicker name for the walkers.Bloodsuckers is a better name for them.
      Bloodsuckers is a better name however there is one issue I see with that name. For me at least when I hear bloodsuckers I automatically think of vampires. So for that simple reason I would probably go with something different that way people don't think it's a vampire show.

      That's true hey maybe this is even better how about called your walkers this "the Undeads"

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      Well on z nation they yell out puppets and kittens when attacked by zombies. Half the time the zombies are running, and they always have time to prepare and fight and don't get torn apart.

      I never said I like how Z Nation calls its zombies. In case you haven't noticed that show doesn't exactly take itself super seriously.

      Husks is another option, but that's taken by Killing Floor. Reavers/Reapers? Too Firefly/Mass Effect.

      Honestly if everyone refers to them as just "Bodies", that would be quick enough, but provided with enough build up and pacing could be used for effective and kind of a surreal atmosphere, since "body" isn't a word we often associate with a threat, like "walker" was before TWD.

      It's your story, so you are free to do as you wish obviously.

      I never said you liked Z nation I was just using the show as an example.

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      My idea is a zombie post apocalyptic story similar to the walking dead.

      Season 1 follows our survivors taking up camp in a target store on the outskirts of Minneapolis, Minnesota during the winter. After a group of supply runners get trapped in the city, and one is MIA the protagonist leads a group to rescue his people and search for the missing survivor. The group ends up in a medical facility while searching for the missing survivor. After a massive heard overruns their camp, the group joins the survivors they met at the hospital facility. The 2 groups decide to head east to the coast thinking its safer. They meet 2 pilots who try to fly them to the coast, and the story ends with the survivors plane getting caught in a snowstorm which causes them to crash land in CT. Throughout the season we see flashbacks that reveals how the survivors managed the fist few days of the outbreak.

      Season 2 picks up with our survivors having survived the crash. Our survivors are rescued by a group of survivors from a nearby camp set up on a college campus. The camp is run by the former dean who has taken it upon himself to look after his students who couldn't return home. Chris and the Dean Frank decide to send an expedition team to the city to look for a boat to head south. Meanwhile the group takes in new survivors. Following a devastating attack from within the survivors became divided on how to move forward. After a deal is made with another group of survivors a coup is enacted to overthrow Chris and Frank. In the ensuing case the camp is destroyed and over run leaving the survivors homeless as spring approaches. Let me know if you want to know more of my story.

      Wow JCB95 you should become the showrunner for The next Walking Dead show. I mean it's not just the tone of if but it's more fresh and something different that we'd never seen in The Walking Dead franchise before. Like your just living your normal same old ordinary life. Working unlike an average person in a store and have a family to support and all of a sudden out of the bloom  you have an apocalypse starting to break out and Chris tries his best to save his family. That's dope, One thing I just have to ask because I love your thoughts and ideas. I'm so enthusiastic about the pitch of your story so much I have a question just one, If you happen to pick an actor to play the role of Chris who would you pick to portray your protagonist Rick Grimes sort of speak?
      Well out of well known actors I might pick someone like Sullivan Stapleton or Mike Vogel or Jake McLaughlin. However if this is real life I'd probably want some unknown actor no one has ever heard. I just like the idea of an unknown actor coming up and making a name for himself. Look at Andrew Lincoln no one knew him before TWD, and I attribute a lot of TWD's success to the fact that Andrew Lincoln was an unknown actor when TWD first started.
      Wow on of the best nominated actors ! Cool, Jake McLaughlin was good as hell in Safe House. He's a talented actor. That's also true Andrew Lincoln wasn't well know when the show first came out. 
      Yeah if I could have a chance to make this into a show Jake McLaughlin would be my first choice. Second would be Sullivan Stapleton would be my second choice and Mike Vogel would be my last choice.
      Yeah I think Jake will kill it as the leader (next Rick Grimes).Hey I was thinking Stephanie Bennett can play Chris's wife named Barb. She can be the (Lori Grimes) for your story. HEHE tell you what JCB95 I feel like we're getiing the casting recovered like we're actually doing the series. lol
      Yeah it's a start at least. I don't really know Stephanie Bennett, but looked her up and saw she was an actor on the freedom show shadow hunters. For me I'd prefer not to cast an actress from Freeform if this was a real. From what I've seen from shows on that network they are mainly teen dramas, and the actors are amateur in my opinion. Freefom show in my opinion are similar to the CW shows which are weak with weak actors. Also I had named Chris' wife Amanda.
      True, actually well first off I'll introduce my interest, I'm a horror fan and I saw her work in Leprechaun: Origins. She wasn't half bad. But it's up to you and your story. That's so funny my last girlfriend's name was Amanda. I liked Amanda better than Barb by the way. I'll say the only decent shows I've seen was Vampire Diaries which ended actually. Also The Originals which the next season is their last season unfortunetly :( I guess it make sense because what can happen to the Mikelsons family? Other than that I barely watch That channel. I guess when The Originals end I probably wouldn't watch The CW anymore
      For I'd choice either Stana Katic from ABC's Castle or Maggie Grace from Lost
      Castle and Lost are great shows, that's even better. Yeah Stana Katic or Maggie Grace are both  darn good actress. You have good tastes in choosing actors and actresses my friend.
      Thanks I got my 2 lead characters fictionally cast now I just have to go the rest of the characters.
      Sweet !!
      Other actors I have in mind are Chris Wood, Shawn Ashmore, Colin Ford, Jeff Fahey, and Tracy Spiridakos.
      Yeah !!! Chris Wood was good in Containment. Shawn Ashmore seems pretty good.Say no more Colin Ford would be perfect. He killed it in Supernatrual. I just looked up Jeff Fahey cause I honestly don't know his movies and other acts he did but he has the fit for the lead. Tracy Spiridakos is a darn good actress. I've seen her in Goblin and she killed it. Hey man that's the whole set for your story. Hey man you seriously should totally be the show runner and produce of the next Walking Dead series ! 
      Yeah Chris Wood was amazing in containment. He did a good job portraying a man who is cool and collective in times of chaos but also a caring person willing to sacrifice himself. He would portray Lance Cooke Chris' best friend, right hand, and brother figure kind of like the Shane of my story.

      Ashmore is a good actor too he would portray Cameron Bell a much more weaker version of Daryl. I thought he was good in The Following and did a good job portraying a reliable partner.

      Yeah I like Colin Ford for portraying John Malcolm similar to Glenn, but much more stronger when it comes to killing people. I really liked him on under the dome, and he did a good Jo b portraying a young adult who was disconnected from his family similar to John's backstory.

      Fahey would portray Jack Coleman, a bit of a twist on Dale. In under the dome he did a good job portraying a good hearted moral compass character which is what jack would be. He also appeared as a guest star on NBC's revolution where he did a good job portraying a fighter and man willing to sacrifice himself.

      Spiridakos would portray Stephanie Carmichael a younger version Andrea. I really liked her performance on Revolution too, and since both are be post apocalyptic stories I feel she would be a great warrior type character.

      Wow JCB95 I love the way how you connect the dots to each per character from the originals series from your series. So that's the sypnosis of your story. Ashmore would make a nice Daryl type character which as Cameron Bell, only Daryl has more balls.What is really funny I was thinking and get ready to tell you if you want you can have Siridasoks to fit Andrea's spot on your story and you have as that which her character name is Stephanie. I really like that JCB95 I really like that.That is dope. To tell you the truth I would actually would want to see this as the third Walking Dead Series in fact AMC needs to have this story of your published if they decided to make a second companion series or if you wanna call it the third Walking Dead series this is how the show should turn out. I mean the casting is extraodinary the sypnosis of each per character is just as intriguging. I love it JCB95 I actually want to see this story really be in developed. 

      Also I thought about this if you like this idea. I thought of this title and find it better than Rise Of The Walking Dead. I got this from Martin from the Terminus back in Season 5 and throw it with the words I scabbled up myself. I thought this could be the title of your third Walking Dead series story "Cold Bodies Among Us". The group can also call the Walkers AKA zombies Cold Bodies. That can be your version of your survivors call them the walkers by calling them Cold Bodies.

      Thanks for your feedback and support. As for the title I'm still working on that. Right now I have a placeholder title of This Rising Dead. I'm trying to find a good three word title. I do like the idea of calling them cold bodies due to the sob aspect. It's not my favorite name but it's better than anything I've come up with.
      Love It This Rising Dead sonunds 100 times better. But yeah Cold Bodies does sound too long I guess lets see you can call the walkers bloodsuckers it's a quicker name for the walkers.Bloodsuckers is a better name for them.
      Bloodsuckers is a better name however there is one issue I see with that name. For me at least when I hear bloodsuckers I automatically think of vampires. So for that simple reason I would probably go with something different that way people don't think it's a vampire show.

      That's true hey maybe this is even better how about called your walkers this "the Undeads"

      I like that one but instead of the undeads, I'd probably refer to them as just undead. Like if they are approaching someone yells we got undeads or undead approaching. Since the beginning of my story takes place in snow I'd probably also want a nickname having something to do with snow or ice. Some ideas I have are freezers or maybe icemen as a reference to iceman from the X-Men comics. When a large group like heard aprouches they refer to them as ice packs or ice packers.

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      My idea is a zombie post apocalyptic story similar to the walking dead.

      Season 1 follows our survivors taking up camp in a target store on the outskirts of Minneapolis, Minnesota during the winter. After a group of supply runners get trapped in the city, and one is MIA the protagonist leads a group to rescue his people and search for the missing survivor. The group ends up in a medical facility while searching for the missing survivor. After a massive heard overruns their camp, the group joins the survivors they met at the hospital facility. The 2 groups decide to head east to the coast thinking its safer. They meet 2 pilots who try to fly them to the coast, and the story ends with the survivors plane getting caught in a snowstorm which causes them to crash land in CT. Throughout the season we see flashbacks that reveals how the survivors managed the fist few days of the outbreak.

      Season 2 picks up with our survivors having survived the crash. Our survivors are rescued by a group of survivors from a nearby camp set up on a college campus. The camp is run by the former dean who has taken it upon himself to look after his students who couldn't return home. Chris and the Dean Frank decide to send an expedition team to the city to look for a boat to head south. Meanwhile the group takes in new survivors. Following a devastating attack from within the survivors became divided on how to move forward. After a deal is made with another group of survivors a coup is enacted to overthrow Chris and Frank. In the ensuing case the camp is destroyed and over run leaving the survivors homeless as spring approaches. Let me know if you want to know more of my story.

      Wow JCB95 you should become the showrunner for The next Walking Dead show. I mean it's not just the tone of if but it's more fresh and something different that we'd never seen in The Walking Dead franchise before. Like your just living your normal same old ordinary life. Working unlike an average person in a store and have a family to support and all of a sudden out of the bloom  you have an apocalypse starting to break out and Chris tries his best to save his family. That's dope, One thing I just have to ask because I love your thoughts and ideas. I'm so enthusiastic about the pitch of your story so much I have a question just one, If you happen to pick an actor to play the role of Chris who would you pick to portray your protagonist Rick Grimes sort of speak?
      Well out of well known actors I might pick someone like Sullivan Stapleton or Mike Vogel or Jake McLaughlin. However if this is real life I'd probably want some unknown actor no one has ever heard. I just like the idea of an unknown actor coming up and making a name for himself. Look at Andrew Lincoln no one knew him before TWD, and I attribute a lot of TWD's success to the fact that Andrew Lincoln was an unknown actor when TWD first started.
      Wow on of the best nominated actors ! Cool, Jake McLaughlin was good as hell in Safe House. He's a talented actor. That's also true Andrew Lincoln wasn't well know when the show first came out. 
      Yeah if I could have a chance to make this into a show Jake McLaughlin would be my first choice. Second would be Sullivan Stapleton would be my second choice and Mike Vogel would be my last choice.
      Yeah I think Jake will kill it as the leader (next Rick Grimes).Hey I was thinking Stephanie Bennett can play Chris's wife named Barb. She can be the (Lori Grimes) for your story. HEHE tell you what JCB95 I feel like we're getiing the casting recovered like we're actually doing the series. lol
      Yeah it's a start at least. I don't really know Stephanie Bennett, but looked her up and saw she was an actor on the freedom show shadow hunters. For me I'd prefer not to cast an actress from Freeform if this was a real. From what I've seen from shows on that network they are mainly teen dramas, and the actors are amateur in my opinion. Freefom show in my opinion are similar to the CW shows which are weak with weak actors. Also I had named Chris' wife Amanda.
      True, actually well first off I'll introduce my interest, I'm a horror fan and I saw her work in Leprechaun: Origins. She wasn't half bad. But it's up to you and your story. That's so funny my last girlfriend's name was Amanda. I liked Amanda better than Barb by the way. I'll say the only decent shows I've seen was Vampire Diaries which ended actually. Also The Originals which the next season is their last season unfortunetly :( I guess it make sense because what can happen to the Mikelsons family? Other than that I barely watch That channel. I guess when The Originals end I probably wouldn't watch The CW anymore
      For I'd choice either Stana Katic from ABC's Castle or Maggie Grace from Lost
      Castle and Lost are great shows, that's even better. Yeah Stana Katic or Maggie Grace are both  darn good actress. You have good tastes in choosing actors and actresses my friend.
      Thanks I got my 2 lead characters fictionally cast now I just have to go the rest of the characters.
      Sweet !!
      Other actors I have in mind are Chris Wood, Shawn Ashmore, Colin Ford, Jeff Fahey, and Tracy Spiridakos.
      Yeah !!! Chris Wood was good in Containment. Shawn Ashmore seems pretty good.Say no more Colin Ford would be perfect. He killed it in Supernatrual. I just looked up Jeff Fahey cause I honestly don't know his movies and other acts he did but he has the fit for the lead. Tracy Spiridakos is a darn good actress. I've seen her in Goblin and she killed it. Hey man that's the whole set for your story. Hey man you seriously should totally be the show runner and produce of the next Walking Dead series ! 
      Yeah Chris Wood was amazing in containment. He did a good job portraying a man who is cool and collective in times of chaos but also a caring person willing to sacrifice himself. He would portray Lance Cooke Chris' best friend, right hand, and brother figure kind of like the Shane of my story.

      Ashmore is a good actor too he would portray Cameron Bell a much more weaker version of Daryl. I thought he was good in The Following and did a good job portraying a reliable partner.

      Yeah I like Colin Ford for portraying John Malcolm similar to Glenn, but much more stronger when it comes to killing people. I really liked him on under the dome, and he did a good Jo b portraying a young adult who was disconnected from his family similar to John's backstory.

      Fahey would portray Jack Coleman, a bit of a twist on Dale. In under the dome he did a good job portraying a good hearted moral compass character which is what jack would be. He also appeared as a guest star on NBC's revolution where he did a good job portraying a fighter and man willing to sacrifice himself.

      Spiridakos would portray Stephanie Carmichael a younger version Andrea. I really liked her performance on Revolution too, and since both are be post apocalyptic stories I feel she would be a great warrior type character.

      Wow JCB95 I love the way how you connect the dots to each per character from the originals series from your series. So that's the sypnosis of your story. Ashmore would make a nice Daryl type character which as Cameron Bell, only Daryl has more balls.What is really funny I was thinking and get ready to tell you if you want you can have Siridasoks to fit Andrea's spot on your story and you have as that which her character name is Stephanie. I really like that JCB95 I really like that.That is dope. To tell you the truth I would actually would want to see this as the third Walking Dead Series in fact AMC needs to have this story of your published if they decided to make a second companion series or if you wanna call it the third Walking Dead series this is how the show should turn out. I mean the casting is extraodinary the sypnosis of each per character is just as intriguging. I love it JCB95 I actually want to see this story really be in developed. 

      Also I thought about this if you like this idea. I thought of this title and find it better than Rise Of The Walking Dead. I got this from Martin from the Terminus back in Season 5 and throw it with the words I scabbled up myself. I thought this could be the title of your third Walking Dead series story "Cold Bodies Among Us". The group can also call the Walkers AKA zombies Cold Bodies. That can be your version of your survivors call them the walkers by calling them Cold Bodies.

      Thanks for your feedback and support. As for the title I'm still working on that. Right now I have a placeholder title of This Rising Dead. I'm trying to find a good three word title. I do like the idea of calling them cold bodies due to the sob aspect. It's not my favorite name but it's better than anything I've come up with.
      Love It This Rising Dead sonunds 100 times better. But yeah Cold Bodies does sound too long I guess lets see you can call the walkers bloodsuckers it's a quicker name for the walkers.Bloodsuckers is a better name for them.
      Bloodsuckers is a better name however there is one issue I see with that name. For me at least when I hear bloodsuckers I automatically think of vampires. So for that simple reason I would probably go with something different that way people don't think it's a vampire show.
      That's true hey maybe this is even better how about called your walkers this "the Undeads"
      I like that one but instead of the undeads, I'd probably refer to them as just undead. Like if they are approaching someone yells we got undeads or undead approaching. Since the beginning of my story takes place in snow I'd probably also want a nickname having something to do with snow or ice. Some ideas I have are freezers or maybe icemen as a reference to iceman from the X-Men comics. When a large group like heard aprouches they refer to them as ice packs or ice packers.

      I like that that's hot !! So you came up with your confirm title yet?

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      My idea is a zombie post apocalyptic story similar to the walking dead.

      Season 1 follows our survivors taking up camp in a target store on the outskirts of Minneapolis, Minnesota during the winter. After a group of supply runners get trapped in the city, and one is MIA the protagonist leads a group to rescue his people and search for the missing survivor. The group ends up in a medical facility while searching for the missing survivor. After a massive heard overruns their camp, the group joins the survivors they met at the hospital facility. The 2 groups decide to head east to the coast thinking its safer. They meet 2 pilots who try to fly them to the coast, and the story ends with the survivors plane getting caught in a snowstorm which causes them to crash land in CT. Throughout the season we see flashbacks that reveals how the survivors managed the fist few days of the outbreak.

      Season 2 picks up with our survivors having survived the crash. Our survivors are rescued by a group of survivors from a nearby camp set up on a college campus. The camp is run by the former dean who has taken it upon himself to look after his students who couldn't return home. Chris and the Dean Frank decide to send an expedition team to the city to look for a boat to head south. Meanwhile the group takes in new survivors. Following a devastating attack from within the survivors became divided on how to move forward. After a deal is made with another group of survivors a coup is enacted to overthrow Chris and Frank. In the ensuing case the camp is destroyed and over run leaving the survivors homeless as spring approaches. Let me know if you want to know more of my story.

      Wow JCB95 you should become the showrunner for The next Walking Dead show. I mean it's not just the tone of if but it's more fresh and something different that we'd never seen in The Walking Dead franchise before. Like your just living your normal same old ordinary life. Working unlike an average person in a store and have a family to support and all of a sudden out of the bloom  you have an apocalypse starting to break out and Chris tries his best to save his family. That's dope, One thing I just have to ask because I love your thoughts and ideas. I'm so enthusiastic about the pitch of your story so much I have a question just one, If you happen to pick an actor to play the role of Chris who would you pick to portray your protagonist Rick Grimes sort of speak?
      Well out of well known actors I might pick someone like Sullivan Stapleton or Mike Vogel or Jake McLaughlin. However if this is real life I'd probably want some unknown actor no one has ever heard. I just like the idea of an unknown actor coming up and making a name for himself. Look at Andrew Lincoln no one knew him before TWD, and I attribute a lot of TWD's success to the fact that Andrew Lincoln was an unknown actor when TWD first started.
      Wow on of the best nominated actors ! Cool, Jake McLaughlin was good as hell in Safe House. He's a talented actor. That's also true Andrew Lincoln wasn't well know when the show first came out. 
      Yeah if I could have a chance to make this into a show Jake McLaughlin would be my first choice. Second would be Sullivan Stapleton would be my second choice and Mike Vogel would be my last choice.
      Yeah I think Jake will kill it as the leader (next Rick Grimes).Hey I was thinking Stephanie Bennett can play Chris's wife named Barb. She can be the (Lori Grimes) for your story. HEHE tell you what JCB95 I feel like we're getiing the casting recovered like we're actually doing the series. lol
      Yeah it's a start at least. I don't really know Stephanie Bennett, but looked her up and saw she was an actor on the freedom show shadow hunters. For me I'd prefer not to cast an actress from Freeform if this was a real. From what I've seen from shows on that network they are mainly teen dramas, and the actors are amateur in my opinion. Freefom show in my opinion are similar to the CW shows which are weak with weak actors. Also I had named Chris' wife Amanda.
      True, actually well first off I'll introduce my interest, I'm a horror fan and I saw her work in Leprechaun: Origins. She wasn't half bad. But it's up to you and your story. That's so funny my last girlfriend's name was Amanda. I liked Amanda better than Barb by the way. I'll say the only decent shows I've seen was Vampire Diaries which ended actually. Also The Originals which the next season is their last season unfortunetly :( I guess it make sense because what can happen to the Mikelsons family? Other than that I barely watch That channel. I guess when The Originals end I probably wouldn't watch The CW anymore
      For I'd choice either Stana Katic from ABC's Castle or Maggie Grace from Lost
      Castle and Lost are great shows, that's even better. Yeah Stana Katic or Maggie Grace are both  darn good actress. You have good tastes in choosing actors and actresses my friend.
      Thanks I got my 2 lead characters fictionally cast now I just have to go the rest of the characters.
      Sweet !!
      Other actors I have in mind are Chris Wood, Shawn Ashmore, Colin Ford, Jeff Fahey, and Tracy Spiridakos.
      Yeah !!! Chris Wood was good in Containment. Shawn Ashmore seems pretty good.Say no more Colin Ford would be perfect. He killed it in Supernatrual. I just looked up Jeff Fahey cause I honestly don't know his movies and other acts he did but he has the fit for the lead. Tracy Spiridakos is a darn good actress. I've seen her in Goblin and she killed it. Hey man that's the whole set for your story. Hey man you seriously should totally be the show runner and produce of the next Walking Dead series ! 
      Yeah Chris Wood was amazing in containment. He did a good job portraying a man who is cool and collective in times of chaos but also a caring person willing to sacrifice himself. He would portray Lance Cooke Chris' best friend, right hand, and brother figure kind of like the Shane of my story.

      Ashmore is a good actor too he would portray Cameron Bell a much more weaker version of Daryl. I thought he was good in The Following and did a good job portraying a reliable partner.

      Yeah I like Colin Ford for portraying John Malcolm similar to Glenn, but much more stronger when it comes to killing people. I really liked him on under the dome, and he did a good Jo b portraying a young adult who was disconnected from his family similar to John's backstory.

      Fahey would portray Jack Coleman, a bit of a twist on Dale. In under the dome he did a good job portraying a good hearted moral compass character which is what jack would be. He also appeared as a guest star on NBC's revolution where he did a good job portraying a fighter and man willing to sacrifice himself.

      Spiridakos would portray Stephanie Carmichael a younger version Andrea. I really liked her performance on Revolution too, and since both are be post apocalyptic stories I feel she would be a great warrior type character.

      Wow JCB95 I love the way how you connect the dots to each per character from the originals series from your series. So that's the sypnosis of your story. Ashmore would make a nice Daryl type character which as Cameron Bell, only Daryl has more balls.What is really funny I was thinking and get ready to tell you if you want you can have Siridasoks to fit Andrea's spot on your story and you have as that which her character name is Stephanie. I really like that JCB95 I really like that.That is dope. To tell you the truth I would actually would want to see this as the third Walking Dead Series in fact AMC needs to have this story of your published if they decided to make a second companion series or if you wanna call it the third Walking Dead series this is how the show should turn out. I mean the casting is extraodinary the sypnosis of each per character is just as intriguging. I love it JCB95 I actually want to see this story really be in developed. 

      Also I thought about this if you like this idea. I thought of this title and find it better than Rise Of The Walking Dead. I got this from Martin from the Terminus back in Season 5 and throw it with the words I scabbled up myself. I thought this could be the title of your third Walking Dead series story "Cold Bodies Among Us". The group can also call the Walkers AKA zombies Cold Bodies. That can be your version of your survivors call them the walkers by calling them Cold Bodies.

      Thanks for your feedback and support. As for the title I'm still working on that. Right now I have a placeholder title of This Rising Dead. I'm trying to find a good three word title. I do like the idea of calling them cold bodies due to the sob aspect. It's not my favorite name but it's better than anything I've come up with.
      Love It This Rising Dead sonunds 100 times better. But yeah Cold Bodies does sound too long I guess lets see you can call the walkers bloodsuckers it's a quicker name for the walkers.Bloodsuckers is a better name for them.
      Bloodsuckers is a better name however there is one issue I see with that name. For me at least when I hear bloodsuckers I automatically think of vampires. So for that simple reason I would probably go with something different that way people don't think it's a vampire show.
      That's true hey maybe this is even better how about called your walkers this "the Undeads"
      I like that one but instead of the undeads, I'd probably refer to them as just undead. Like if they are approaching someone yells we got undeads or undead approaching. Since the beginning of my story takes place in snow I'd probably also want a nickname having something to do with snow or ice. Some ideas I have are freezers or maybe icemen as a reference to iceman from the X-Men comics. When a large group like heard aprouches they refer to them as ice packs or ice packers.

      I like that that's hot !! So you came up with your confirm title yet?

      Yeah I guess these are the official names of the walkers in my universe. Thanks again for the support! Some other actors I have in mind for the show are are Charlie Rowe, Rolland Buck III, Matt Cedeño, Brian Tee, and Eoin Macken.

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    • Agreed with the oversaturation part. There's already too many The Walking Dead content. Theres the video games, two shows, webisodes. There's a lot.

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    • Icemen it is then. Welp, this is coming together faster than expected.

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    • JuniperAlien wrote: Agreed with the oversaturation part. There's already too many The Walking Dead content. Theres the video games, two shows, webisodes. There's a lot.

      I've said it before and I'll say it again the franchise is not overrated. Video games are a great way to grow the Fanbase for fans who don't watch the show. Only having tv shows isn't over station look at the CSI franchise and Chicago franchise they are both very popular shows on regular channels and no one ever complains about over saturation. If those networks can do it with less popular shows than so can AMC. As for the webisodes are they really that popular I feel like like no one talks or cares about them. I feel like there just there to say hey look new content. So in conclusion no I don't believe that the franchise is over saturated.

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    • JCB95 wrote: Agreed with the oversaturation part. There's already too many The Walking Dead content. Theres the video games, two shows, webisodes. There's a lot. I've said it before and I'll say it again the franchise is not overrated. Video games are a great way to grow the Fanbase for fans who don't watch the show. Only having tv shows isn't over station look at the CSI franchise and Chicago franchise they are both very popular shows on regular channels and no one ever complains about over saturation. If those networks can do it with less popular shows than so can AMC. As for the webisodes are they really that popular I feel like like no one talks or cares about them. I feel like there just there to say hey look new content. So in conclusion no I don't believe that the franchise is over saturated.


      Yeah, but CSI and Chicago aren't about zombies. Those are too completely different genres. Also, oversaturated and overrated are two different completely different things. To keep the same theme going on about survivors in a zombie apocalypse might die out pretty quick. A perfect example would be the Resident Evil franchise. To try and keep people interested they slowly transitioned into an action game and started introducing running, exploding, jumping, all crazy sorts of infected creatures. It wasn't the same. I'm not saying they can't pull it off, but I think it would be a very difficult thing to do.

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    • JuniperAlien wrote:

      JCB95 wrote: Agreed with the oversaturation part. There's already too many The Walking Dead content. Theres the video games, two shows, webisodes. There's a lot. I've said it before and I'll say it again the franchise is not overrated. Video games are a great way to grow the Fanbase for fans who don't watch the show. Only having tv shows isn't over station look at the CSI franchise and Chicago franchise they are both very popular shows on regular channels and no one ever complains about over saturation. If those networks can do it with less popular shows than so can AMC. As for the webisodes are they really that popular I feel like like no one talks or cares about them. I feel like there just there to say hey look new content. So in conclusion no I don't believe that the franchise is over saturated.


      Yeah, but CSI and Chicago aren't about zombies. Those are too completely different genres. Also, oversaturated and overrated are two different completely different things. To keep the same theme going on about survivors in a zombie apocalypse might die out pretty quick. A perfect example would be the Resident Evil franchise. To try and keep people interested they slowly transitioned into an action game and started introducing running, exploding, jumping, all crazy sorts of infected creatures. It wasn't the same. I'm not saying they can't pull it off, but I think it would be a very difficult thing to do.

      JuniperAlien wrote:

      JCB95 wrote: Agreed with the oversaturation part. There's already too many The Walking Dead content. Theres the video games, two shows, webisodes. There's a lot. I've said it before and I'll say it again the franchise is not overrated. Video games are a great way to grow the Fanbase for fans who don't watch the show. Only having tv shows isn't over station look at the CSI franchise and Chicago franchise they are both very popular shows on regular channels and no one ever complains about over saturation. If those networks can do it with less popular shows than so can AMC. As for the webisodes are they really that popular I feel like like no one talks or cares about them. I feel like there just there to say hey look new content. So in conclusion no I don't believe that the franchise is over saturated.


      Yeah, but CSI and Chicago aren't about zombies. Those are too completely different genres. Also, oversaturated and overrated are two different completely different things. To keep the same theme going on about survivors in a zombie apocalypse might die out pretty quick. A perfect example would be the Resident Evil franchise. To try and keep people interested they slowly transitioned into an action game and started introducing running, exploding, jumping, all crazy sorts of infected creatures. It wasn't the same. I'm not saying they can't pull it off, but I think it would be a very difficult thing to do.

      Yes the CSI and Chicago franchises are different genres but the CSI franchise is sort of like TWD in a way. Where the Chicago franchise focuses on different professions in each show the CSI franchise can sort of relate. For example the CSI franchise has the CSI agents investigating crime in a different city in each spinoff. TWD spinoff would just be a different cast of survivors surviving in a different area sort of the same thing. I know it's a stretch but if you look at it this way they are sort of similar.

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    • JCB95 wrote: Yes the CSI and Chicago franchises are different genres but the CSI franchise is sort of like TWD in a way. Where the Chicago franchise focuses on different professions in each show the CSI franchise can sort of relate. For example the CSI franchise has the CSI agents investigating crime in a different city in each spinoff. TWD spinoff would just be a different cast of survivors surviving in a different area sort of the same thing. I know it's a stretch but if you look at it this way they are sort of similar.

      CSI doesn't really interest me tbh. So I can't comment on similarities. All I know is that it isn't apocalypse based or anything. Possibly TWD could pull off an anthology series or something. Not exactly sure what could work at this point. Before the infection (Fear) is a wonderful idea, but where else can you go after you've told a story after the apocalypse and early apocalypse? There's not much else to explore without it all ultimately being about survival.

      One thing I favor about Fear is that a lot of the narrative is taken off walkers/infected being the threat and it is more focused on other people being the enemy. I don't really see what else could come from it that would set it apart from the others.

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    • JuniperAlien wrote:

      JCB95 wrote: Yes the CSI and Chicago franchises are different genres but the CSI franchise is sort of like TWD in a way. Where the Chicago franchise focuses on different professions in each show the CSI franchise can sort of relate. For example the CSI franchise has the CSI agents investigating crime in a different city in each spinoff. TWD spinoff would just be a different cast of survivors surviving in a different area sort of the same thing. I know it's a stretch but if you look at it this way they are sort of similar.

      CSI doesn't really interest me tbh. So I can't comment on similarities. All I know is that it isn't apocalypse based or anything. Possibly TWD could pull off an anthology series or something. Not exactly sure what could work at this point. Before the infection (Fear) is a wonderful idea, but where else can you go after you've told a story after the apocalypse and early apocalypse? There's not much else to explore without it all ultimately being about survival.

      One thing I favor about Fear is that a lot of the narrative is taken off walkers/infected being the threat and it is more focused on other people being the enemy. I don't really see what else could come from it that would set it apart from the others.

      There is always more they can do especially with the walking dead. All they have to do is put survivors in a new location, and different environments. As for fear being better because the humans are more of a threat I strongly disagree. This is a show about people surviving the ZOMBIE! Apocalypse we need the zombies without it fear just becomes another post apocalyptic show like The CW's The 100.

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    • In all honesty though, since when have Walkers actually posed a threat on TWD or in media in general?

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    • PowerPiranha666 wrote: In all honesty though, since when have Walkers actually posed a threat on TWD or in media in general?

      Season 1 the heard that attacked and destroyed the original camp, and killed Amy,Ed and Jim.

      Season 2 the heard that scared away Sophia and got her killed. Then at the end of the season how about the heard that invaded the farm and got Jimmy and Patricia killed.

      Season 3 the truck of walkers that the governor let in that nearly got Hershel killed not to mention the fact that the prison was basically overrun by walkers plus the ones Andrew let in that got Lori and T-Dog killed.

      Season 4 the prison was constantly about to be breached by walkers at the fence. Also not to mention the time the kid Patrick died of the flu and killed multiple people overnight. Then later when all the people exposed to the flu started turning Glenn, Hershel, Lizzie and Maggie almost nearly got killed. Also Tyrese almost got killed in a heard while getting medicine. How about in the second half when a heard separated Beth and Daryl or the ones that invaded the grove. Then there were the ones that nearly killed Glenn in Tara in the tunnel while looking for Maggie.

      Season 5 the heard that invaded and destroyed terminus. The heard that attacked Abe's group while trying to get to D.C. The heard that attacked the group on the way to Alexandria. The heard that killed Noah. The heard that the wolves set up that trapped Aaron and Daryl.

      Season 6 the first half was almost entirely focused on the danger aspect of the walkers. Alexandria was overrun and Deanna, Sam, Jessie, and Ron were all killed.

      Season 7 the roadblock that negan took Rick back to Rick nearly got killed. The heard the saviors lured into the hilltop. The walkers that separated health and Tara.

      Season 8 the heard that the militia lead to the sanctuary that destroyed and overran the sanctuary.

      The zombies have aWays been a Theat at some point in each season what show have you been watching?

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    • JCB95 wrote: There is always more they can do especially with the walking dead. All they have to do is put survivors in a new location, and different environments. As for fear being better because the humans are more of a threat I strongly disagree. This is a show about people surviving the ZOMBIE! Apocalypse we need the zombies without it fear just becomes another post apocalyptic show like The CW's The 100.

      K, that's cool. I respect your opinion, but I don't really see how a new show could be any different than what they have out now tbh. The concept of it all will be the same: Survivors. Survivors look for a safe place. Finds safe place. Safe place either turns out to be totalitarian or there's a horde of zombies on the way. People die. Lol, what else are you expecting? If they come out with someone else, you'll be watching/reading/playing the same thing, just with a different set of characters and a different location. That isn't new, lol. It's overkill. Oversaturated. Overdone.

      And I didn't say the walkers weren't ever a threat. There's just more of an emphasis on human threats than there are walkers in Fear. Same with TWD as the seasons went on (e.g. Negan? lol).

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    • JuniperAlien wrote:

      JCB95 wrote: There is always more they can do especially with the walking dead. All they have to do is put survivors in a new location, and different environments. As for fear being better because the humans are more of a threat I strongly disagree. This is a show about people surviving the ZOMBIE! Apocalypse we need the zombies without it fear just becomes another post apocalyptic show like The CW's The 100.

      K, that's cool. I respect your opinion, but I don't really see how a new show could be any different than what they have out now tbh. The concept of it all will be the same: Survivors. Survivors look for a safe place. Finds safe place. Safe place either turns out to be totalitarian or there's a horde of zombies on the way. People die. Lol, what else are you expecting? If they come out with someone else, you'll be watching/reading/playing the same thing, just with a different set of characters and a different location. That isn't new, lol. It's overkill. Oversaturated. Overdone.

      And I didn't say the walkers weren't ever a threat. There's just more of an emphasis on human threats than there are walkers in Fear. Same with TWD as the seasons went on (e.g. Negan? lol).

      Yes the idea of finding shelter then something goes bad is always going to happen but as long as the writers and creators do different and interesting stuff leading up to it then you have an opportunity to to grab new viewers. New location different characters with different backstories also make a possible new show more interesting. In the end TWD is here to stay we will most likely get another show in the franchise eventually. Also by your logic we should never again get another zombie movie, Show or comic cause wouldn't that too oversaturate the zombie genre.

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    • JCB95 wrote:

      JuniperAlien wrote:

      JCB95 wrote: There is always more they can do especially with the walking dead. All they have to do is put survivors in a new location, and different environments. As for fear being better because the humans are more of a threat I strongly disagree. This is a show about people surviving the ZOMBIE! Apocalypse we need the zombies without it fear just becomes another post apocalyptic show like The CW's The 100.
      K, that's cool. I respect your opinion, but I don't really see how a new show could be any different than what they have out now tbh. The concept of it all will be the same: Survivors. Survivors look for a safe place. Finds safe place. Safe place either turns out to be totalitarian or there's a horde of zombies on the way. People die. Lol, what else are you expecting? If they come out with someone else, you'll be watching/reading/playing the same thing, just with a different set of characters and a different location. That isn't new, lol. It's overkill. Oversaturated. Overdone.

      And I didn't say the walkers weren't ever a threat. There's just more of an emphasis on human threats than there are walkers in Fear. Same with TWD as the seasons went on (e.g. Negan? lol).

      Yes the idea of finding shelter then something goes bad is always going to happen but as long as the writers and creators do different and interesting stuff leading up to it then you have an opportunity to to grab new viewers. New location different characters with different backstories also make a possible new show more interesting. In the end TWD is here to stay we will most likely get another show in the franchise eventually. Also by your logic we should never again get another zombie movie, Show or comic cause wouldn't that too oversaturate the zombie genre.

      I don't know, wouldn't it be cool if TWD completely changed tune and Rick and Negan team up to find the new world's best diners? Gareth's BBQ? King Ezekiel's Pomegranate Stand? Eastman's House of Cheese? Be open-minded.

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    • RazeSpear wrote:I don't know, wouldn't it be cool if TWD completely changed tune and Rick and Negan team up to find the new world's best diners? Gareth's BBQ? King Ezekiel's Pomegranate Stand? Eastman's House of Cheese? Be open-minded.

      omg someone contact the producers rn

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    • JuniperAlien wrote:
      RazeSpear wrote:I don't know, wouldn't it be cool if TWD completely changed tune and Rick and Negan team up to find the new world's best diners? Gareth's BBQ? King Ezekiel's Pomegranate Stand? Eastman's House of Cheese? Be open-minded.
      omg someone contact the producers rn

      I forgot Jerry's Kingdom Cobbler, how silly of me.

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    • JuniperAlien wrote:
      JCB95 wrote: There is always more they can do especially with the walking dead. All they have to do is put survivors in a new location, and different environments. As for fear being better because the humans are more of a threat I strongly disagree. This is a show about people surviving the ZOMBIE! Apocalypse we need the zombies without it fear just becomes another post apocalyptic show like The CW's The 100.
      K, that's cool. I respect your opinion, but I don't really see how a new show could be any different than what they have out now tbh. The concept of it all will be the same: Survivors. Survivors look for a safe place. Finds safe place. Safe place either turns out to be totalitarian or there's a horde of zombies on the way. People die. Lol, what else are you expecting? If they come out with someone else, you'll be watching/reading/playing the same thing, just with a different set of characters and a different location. That isn't new, lol. It's overkill. Oversaturated. Overdone.

      And I didn't say the walkers weren't ever a threat. There's just more of an emphasis on human threats than there are walkers in Fear. Same with TWD as the seasons went on (e.g. Negan? lol).

      Yeah but come on man! I don't know maybe it's me that is addictive to TWD franchise and never get tired of it but as a fan I have to be honest. Who ever mention this in the earlier comments I can agree a million times more. If CBS can do it with CSI?, Hell AMC sure as hell can do it with The Walking Dead. 

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    • RazeSpear wrote:
      JuniperAlien wrote:
      RazeSpear wrote:I don't know, wouldn't it be cool if TWD completely changed tune and Rick and Negan team up to find the new world's best diners? Gareth's BBQ? King Ezekiel's Pomegranate Stand? Eastman's House of Cheese? Be open-minded.
      omg someone contact the producers rn
      I forgot Jerry's Kingdom Cobbler, how silly of me.

      Or hosted a Walker beauty pageant. Or ran around the woods with shaky cam enabled trying to find sasquatch. Or made an entire show jacking off about bikes-ohwaitNormanReedusalreadydidthat.

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    • Kenneth Tanner wrote: Yeah but come on man! I don't know maybe it's me that is addictive to TWD franchise and never get tired of it but as a fan I have to be honest. Who ever mention this in the earlier comments I can agree a million times more. If CBS can do it with CSI?, Hell AMC sure as hell can do it with The Walking Dead.

      I like the series too and I'd probably still watch it nonetheless, but I'm not gonna sit here and say it won't ruin the franchise if it becomes too much, lol. Haven't you ever heard the saying, "Too much of anything is bad."?

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    • JuniperAlien wrote:
      Kenneth Tanner wrote: Yeah but come on man! I don't know maybe it's me that is addictive to TWD franchise and never get tired of it but as a fan I have to be honest. Who ever mention this in the earlier comments I can agree a million times more. If CBS can do it with CSI?, Hell AMC sure as hell can do it with The Walking Dead.
      I like the series too and I'd probably still watch it nonetheless, but I'm not gonna sit here and say it won't ruin the franchise if it becomes too much, lol. Haven't you ever heard the saying, "Too much of anything is bad."?

      Too much guac and chips is not a thing. Educate yourself.

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    • RazeSpear wrote: Too much guac and chips is not a thing. Educate yourself.

      um sir, have you submitted your pitch to amc yet wtf r u waiting for. i know i said different but I never even though about food. Im just. I cant even-ugh.

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    • RazeSpear wrote:

      Too much guac and chips is not a thing. Educate yourself.

      Maybe not as a choice, but too much could kill you i guess.

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    • RazeSpear wrote:
      JuniperAlien wrote:
      Kenneth Tanner wrote: Yeah but come on man! I don't know maybe it's me that is addictive to TWD franchise and never get tired of it but as a fan I have to be honest. Who ever mention this in the earlier comments I can agree a million times more. If CBS can do it with CSI?, Hell AMC sure as hell can do it with The Walking Dead.
      I like the series too and I'd probably still watch it nonetheless, but I'm not gonna sit here and say it won't ruin the franchise if it becomes too much, lol. Haven't you ever heard the saying, "Too much of anything is bad."?
      Too much guac and chips is not a thing. Educate yourself.

      Try chocolate pie and vanilla ice cream, ye mediocre simpletons

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    • iKenneth Tanner wrote:
      Let's say Fear The Walking Dead is the first companion series and both show The Walking Dead and Fear are both 2 popular AMC shows and AMC decides to renew the series license when the regular series ends AMC has another series call Rise Of The Walking Dead and it takes place in Louisiana.It will be cool to see walkers crawling up from the swamp. Now the far as the protagonist we can't have a Rick Grimes clone let's say his name is Sam, before the apocalypse happened Sam's occupation was a medical examiner and not that the zombie apocalypse starts to occur he has to to what he has to do in order to take care and make sure his family is safe. Let's say Tory Kittles will protray the role of Sam. Why not right Madison is the female Rick Grimes in Fear so let's have a black Rick Grimes I mean it's 2017 right ? That was just what I had in mind for a third Walking Dead series and as the show continues we'll get a big bad let's say Season 2, or more than likely Season 3 Now the villians have to have a different motive they can't be a clone of The governor,or Gareth from Terminus, or not even Negan. The Villian has to be far from differnt as well. They can also travel to let's say New York or another setting to survive on like The Walking Dead and Fear all the characters have to travel to one  place to another kind of like refuge sort of thing like back in season 4 Rick and the survivors found The Sanctuary after the prison was destroyed, and now it's the Hilltop same with Fear first after they traveled from LA then they wen't to Mexico. So they can do some thing like Sam and his family came fromLouisianna and the safest place is let's say Chicago and they have to find the safest place and gather enough food and water and so in order to survive.

      This is just a hypothetically question and theory if you like this theory I for one am a fanatic of The Walking Dead and I'll never get sick or bored of The Walking Dead I wouldn't at all mind a second companion series with TWD so as a fan would you tune in for a series like this if AMC hypothetically happens to get another Walking Dead series?

      I love to hear other fans thoughts.

      I'd watch so long as it's not in Louisana it has to be in Washinngton, Oregon, or even Massachusetts 

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    • Narutorulez wrote:

      iKenneth Tanner wrote:
      Let's say Fear The Walking Dead is the first companion series and both show The Walking Dead and Fear are both 2 popular AMC shows and AMC decides to renew the series license when the regular series ends AMC has another series call Rise Of The Walking Dead and it takes place in Louisiana.It will be cool to see walkers crawling up from the swamp. Now the far as the protagonist we can't have a Rick Grimes clone let's say his name is Sam, before the apocalypse happened Sam's occupation was a medical examiner and not that the zombie apocalypse starts to occur he has to to what he has to do in order to take care and make sure his family is safe. Let's say Tory Kittles will protray the role of Sam. Why not right Madison is the female Rick Grimes in Fear so let's have a black Rick Grimes I mean it's 2017 right ? That was just what I had in mind for a third Walking Dead series and as the show continues we'll get a big bad let's say Season 2, or more than likely Season 3 Now the villians have to have a different motive they can't be a clone of The governor,or Gareth from Terminus, or not even Negan. The Villian has to be far from differnt as well. They can also travel to let's say New York or another setting to survive on like The Walking Dead and Fear all the characters have to travel to one  place to another kind of like refuge sort of thing like back in season 4 Rick and the survivors found The Sanctuary after the prison was destroyed, and now it's the Hilltop same with Fear first after they traveled from LA then they wen't to Mexico. So they can do some thing like Sam and his family came fromLouisianna and the safest place is let's say Chicago and they have to find the safest place and gather enough food and water and so in order to survive.

      This is just a hypothetically question and theory if you like this theory I for one am a fanatic of The Walking Dead and I'll never get sick or bored of The Walking Dead I wouldn't at all mind a second companion series with TWD so as a fan would you tune in for a series like this if AMC hypothetically happens to get another Walking Dead series?

      I love to hear other fans thoughts.

      I'd watch so long as it's not in Louisana it has to be in Washinngton, Oregon, or even Massachusetts 

      You should read my pitch it might be of interest to you.

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    • JCB95 wrote:

      Narutorulez wrote:

      iKenneth Tanner wrote:
      Let's say Fear The Walking Dead is the first companion series and both show The Walking Dead and Fear are both 2 popular AMC shows and AMC decides to renew the series license when the regular series ends AMC has another series call Rise Of The Walking Dead and it takes place in Louisiana.It will be cool to see walkers crawling up from the swamp. Now the far as the protagonist we can't have a Rick Grimes clone let's say his name is Sam, before the apocalypse happened Sam's occupation was a medical examiner and not that the zombie apocalypse starts to occur he has to to what he has to do in order to take care and make sure his family is safe. Let's say Tory Kittles will protray the role of Sam. Why not right Madison is the female Rick Grimes in Fear so let's have a black Rick Grimes I mean it's 2017 right ? That was just what I had in mind for a third Walking Dead series and as the show continues we'll get a big bad let's say Season 2, or more than likely Season 3 Now the villians have to have a different motive they can't be a clone of The governor,or Gareth from Terminus, or not even Negan. The Villian has to be far from differnt as well. They can also travel to let's say New York or another setting to survive on like The Walking Dead and Fear all the characters have to travel to one  place to another kind of like refuge sort of thing like back in season 4 Rick and the survivors found The Sanctuary after the prison was destroyed, and now it's the Hilltop same with Fear first after they traveled from LA then they wen't to Mexico. So they can do some thing like Sam and his family came fromLouisianna and the safest place is let's say Chicago and they have to find the safest place and gather enough food and water and so in order to survive.

      This is just a hypothetically question and theory if you like this theory I for one am a fanatic of The Walking Dead and I'll never get sick or bored of The Walking Dead I wouldn't at all mind a second companion series with TWD so as a fan would you tune in for a series like this if AMC hypothetically happens to get another Walking Dead series?

      I love to hear other fans thoughts.

      I'd watch so long as it's not in Louisana it has to be in Washinngton, Oregon, or even Massachusetts 
      You should read my pitch it might be of interest to you.

      I'm more than interesting after finding out the casting and characters. Just one more question have you have any Villians Big-bads in mind like The Governor or Negan or The Whispers?

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    • Kenneth Tanner wrote:

      JCB95 wrote:

      Narutorulez wrote:

      iKenneth Tanner wrote:
      Let's say Fear The Walking Dead is the first companion series and both show The Walking Dead and Fear are both 2 popular AMC shows and AMC decides to renew the series license when the regular series ends AMC has another series call Rise Of The Walking Dead and it takes place in Louisiana.It will be cool to see walkers crawling up from the swamp. Now the far as the protagonist we can't have a Rick Grimes clone let's say his name is Sam, before the apocalypse happened Sam's occupation was a medical examiner and not that the zombie apocalypse starts to occur he has to to what he has to do in order to take care and make sure his family is safe. Let's say Tory Kittles will protray the role of Sam. Why not right Madison is the female Rick Grimes in Fear so let's have a black Rick Grimes I mean it's 2017 right ? That was just what I had in mind for a third Walking Dead series and as the show continues we'll get a big bad let's say Season 2, or more than likely Season 3 Now the villians have to have a different motive they can't be a clone of The governor,or Gareth from Terminus, or not even Negan. The Villian has to be far from differnt as well. They can also travel to let's say New York or another setting to survive on like The Walking Dead and Fear all the characters have to travel to one  place to another kind of like refuge sort of thing like back in season 4 Rick and the survivors found The Sanctuary after the prison was destroyed, and now it's the Hilltop same with Fear first after they traveled from LA then they wen't to Mexico. So they can do some thing like Sam and his family came fromLouisianna and the safest place is let's say Chicago and they have to find the safest place and gather enough food and water and so in order to survive.

      This is just a hypothetically question and theory if you like this theory I for one am a fanatic of The Walking Dead and I'll never get sick or bored of The Walking Dead I wouldn't at all mind a second companion series with TWD so as a fan would you tune in for a series like this if AMC hypothetically happens to get another Walking Dead series?

      I love to hear other fans thoughts.

      I'd watch so long as it's not in Louisana it has to be in Washinngton, Oregon, or even Massachusetts 
      You should read my pitch it might be of interest to you.

      I'm more than interesting after finding out the casting and characters. Just one more question have you have any Villians Big-bads in mind like The Governor or Negan or The Whispers?

      The first villain I have is a guy named Tobias Holt he's a leader of a motorcycle gang who joins the group but is a driving point to show how you can't trust everyone.

      The second villain I have would be Lance who after seeing how Chris and Frank are pointing the group in potential danger enacts a coup to try and overthrow and kill all the loyalists that side with Chris, Frank and another character that would be introduced in season 2 named Roger.

      Season 3 would find the survivors in a military base possibly West Point. A minor villain would be one of the surviving soldiers who doesn't trust or think the group is value to them. However the big bad of season 3 would be a man named Alvin West. (Name may change due to the fact that I just realized it sounds similar to the actor Adam west.) West would be the leader of a camps makeshift militia hunting down former members of his camp. The former members who I refer to as the rebels end up crossing paths with and joining Chris after they rescued a couple members of Chris's group who were separated when the last camp got destroyed by lance's failed coup. West is a serial killer who escaped prison at the onset of the outbreak and now can kill in a law free world. West also brands the people he kills. The rebels didn't like the way their former camp was run so they planned to kill all the leaders (with a Bomb), but the plan failed and killed the leaders wife.

      Season 4 would start with the survivors joining a group of church survivors. However after realizing that the survors are being forced to to hand over survivors to another group Chris helps rescue both his people and the church survivors. The villain would be a man named Deacon Price the former secretary of the DOD who blames himself for the fall of the U.s.A and has become obsessed with finding a cure after losing his wife to the dead and that his son has a terminal illness and will die soon. He kidnaps survors and demands the church survivors offer him their people so he can run tests to find a cure. (Remember no cure) At the same time one of the church survivors believes that the apocalypse is the act of God and secretly plans to deliver all the survivors to God since they believe the apocalypse is the rapture.

      These would be the first set of antagonists in the first 4 seasons. This is the stage I refer to as the beginning of the apocalypse. After this there is a couple year timeskip were the world and the villains get bigger and have more elaborate plans. If you want to know more about them ask and you shall receive.

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    • However the big bad of season 3 would be a man named Alvin West. (Name may change due to the fact that I just realized it sounds similar to the actor Adam west.) 

      Adam East

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    • JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:


      JCB95 wrote:

      Narutorulez wrote:


      iKenneth Tanner wrote:
      Let's say Fear The Walking Dead is the first companion series and both show The Walking Dead and Fear are both 2 popular AMC shows and AMC decides to renew the series license when the regular series ends AMC has another series call Rise Of The Walking Dead and it takes place in Louisiana.It will be cool to see walkers crawling up from the swamp. Now the far as the protagonist we can't have a Rick Grimes clone let's say his name is Sam, before the apocalypse happened Sam's occupation was a medical examiner and not that the zombie apocalypse starts to occur he has to to what he has to do in order to take care and make sure his family is safe. Let's say Tory Kittles will protray the role of Sam. Why not right Madison is the female Rick Grimes in Fear so let's have a black Rick Grimes I mean it's 2017 right ? That was just what I had in mind for a third Walking Dead series and as the show continues we'll get a big bad let's say Season 2, or more than likely Season 3 Now the villians have to have a different motive they can't be a clone of The governor,or Gareth from Terminus, or not even Negan. The Villian has to be far from differnt as well. They can also travel to let's say New York or another setting to survive on like The Walking Dead and Fear all the characters have to travel to one  place to another kind of like refuge sort of thing like back in season 4 Rick and the survivors found The Sanctuary after the prison was destroyed, and now it's the Hilltop same with Fear first after they traveled from LA then they wen't to Mexico. So they can do some thing like Sam and his family came fromLouisianna and the safest place is let's say Chicago and they have to find the safest place and gather enough food and water and so in order to survive.

      This is just a hypothetically question and theory if you like this theory I for one am a fanatic of The Walking Dead and I'll never get sick or bored of The Walking Dead I wouldn't at all mind a second companion series with TWD so as a fan would you tune in for a series like this if AMC hypothetically happens to get another Walking Dead series?

      I love to hear other fans thoughts.

      I'd watch so long as it's not in Louisana it has to be in Washinngton, Oregon, or even Massachusetts 
      You should read my pitch it might be of interest to you.
      I'm more than interesting after finding out the casting and characters. Just one more question have you have any Villians Big-bads in mind like The Governor or Negan or The Whispers?
      The first villain I have is a guy named Tobias Holt he's a leader of a motorcycle gang who joins the group but is a driving point to show how you can't trust everyone.

      The second villain I have would be Lance who after seeing how Chris and Frank are pointing the group in potential danger enacts a coup to try and overthrow and kill all the loyalists that side with Chris, Frank and another character that would be introduced in season 2 named Roger.

      Season 3 would find the survivors in a military base possibly West Point. A minor villain would be one of the surviving soldiers who doesn't trust or think the group is value to them. However the big bad of season 3 would be a man named Alvin West. (Name may change due to the fact that I just realized it sounds similar to the actor Adam west.) West would be the leader of a camps makeshift militia hunting down former members of his camp. The former members who I refer to as the rebels end up crossing paths with and joining Chris after they rescued a couple members of Chris's group who were separated when the last camp got destroyed by lance's failed coup. West is a serial killer who escaped prison at the onset of the outbreak and now can kill in a law free world. West also brands the people he kills. The rebels didn't like the way their former camp was run so they planned to kill all the leaders (with a Bomb), but the plan failed and killed the leaders wife.

      Season 4 would start with the survivors joining a group of church survivors. However after realizing that the survors are being forced to to hand over survivors to another group Chris helps rescue both his people and the church survivors. The villain would be a man named Deacon Price the former secretary of the DOD who blames himself for the fall of the U.s.A and has become obsessed with finding a cure after losing his wife to the dead and that his son has a terminal illness and will die soon. He kidnaps survors and demands the church survivors offer him their people so he can run tests to find a cure. (Remember no cure) At the same time one of the church survivors believes that the apocalypse is the act of God and secretly plans to deliver all the survivors to God since they believe the apocalypse is the rapture.

      These would be the first set of antagonists in the first 4 seasons. This is the stage I refer to as the beginning of the apocalypse. After this there is a couple year timeskip were the world and the villains get bigger and have more elaborate plans. If you want to know more about them ask and you shall receive.

      Dude that's dope as hell !!!!

      OMG I so want to get into you story even if you happen to make it as a fan series on the wiki page all these ideas you have for you is amazing !! I mean really, as for the idea for the villian to be a secretary and him cracking up that is just genius and that idea devates this villain from a clone of The governor. I love that ! Also Alvin West's character too ! If a third series happen with TWD I would seriously want this type of villian to be on the show. I mean that is just totally unique !

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    • Kenneth Tanner wrote:

      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:


      JCB95 wrote:

      Narutorulez wrote:


      iKenneth Tanner wrote:
      Let's say Fear The Walking Dead is the first companion series and both show The Walking Dead and Fear are both 2 popular AMC shows and AMC decides to renew the series license when the regular series ends AMC has another series call Rise Of The Walking Dead and it takes place in Louisiana.It will be cool to see walkers crawling up from the swamp. Now the far as the protagonist we can't have a Rick Grimes clone let's say his name is Sam, before the apocalypse happened Sam's occupation was a medical examiner and not that the zombie apocalypse starts to occur he has to to what he has to do in order to take care and make sure his family is safe. Let's say Tory Kittles will protray the role of Sam. Why not right Madison is the female Rick Grimes in Fear so let's have a black Rick Grimes I mean it's 2017 right ? That was just what I had in mind for a third Walking Dead series and as the show continues we'll get a big bad let's say Season 2, or more than likely Season 3 Now the villians have to have a different motive they can't be a clone of The governor,or Gareth from Terminus, or not even Negan. The Villian has to be far from differnt as well. They can also travel to let's say New York or another setting to survive on like The Walking Dead and Fear all the characters have to travel to one  place to another kind of like refuge sort of thing like back in season 4 Rick and the survivors found The Sanctuary after the prison was destroyed, and now it's the Hilltop same with Fear first after they traveled from LA then they wen't to Mexico. So they can do some thing like Sam and his family came fromLouisianna and the safest place is let's say Chicago and they have to find the safest place and gather enough food and water and so in order to survive.

      This is just a hypothetically question and theory if you like this theory I for one am a fanatic of The Walking Dead and I'll never get sick or bored of The Walking Dead I wouldn't at all mind a second companion series with TWD so as a fan would you tune in for a series like this if AMC hypothetically happens to get another Walking Dead series?

      I love to hear other fans thoughts.

      I'd watch so long as it's not in Louisana it has to be in Washinngton, Oregon, or even Massachusetts 
      You should read my pitch it might be of interest to you.
      I'm more than interesting after finding out the casting and characters. Just one more question have you have any Villians Big-bads in mind like The Governor or Negan or The Whispers?
      The first villain I have is a guy named Tobias Holt he's a leader of a motorcycle gang who joins the group but is a driving point to show how you can't trust everyone.

      The second villain I have would be Lance who after seeing how Chris and Frank are pointing the group in potential danger enacts a coup to try and overthrow and kill all the loyalists that side with Chris, Frank and another character that would be introduced in season 2 named Roger.

      Season 3 would find the survivors in a military base possibly West Point. A minor villain would be one of the surviving soldiers who doesn't trust or think the group is value to them. However the big bad of season 3 would be a man named Alvin West. (Name may change due to the fact that I just realized it sounds similar to the actor Adam west.) West would be the leader of a camps makeshift militia hunting down former members of his camp. The former members who I refer to as the rebels end up crossing paths with and joining Chris after they rescued a couple members of Chris's group who were separated when the last camp got destroyed by lance's failed coup. West is a serial killer who escaped prison at the onset of the outbreak and now can kill in a law free world. West also brands the people he kills. The rebels didn't like the way their former camp was run so they planned to kill all the leaders (with a Bomb), but the plan failed and killed the leaders wife.

      Season 4 would start with the survivors joining a group of church survivors. However after realizing that the survors are being forced to to hand over survivors to another group Chris helps rescue both his people and the church survivors. The villain would be a man named Deacon Price the former secretary of the DOD who blames himself for the fall of the U.s.A and has become obsessed with finding a cure after losing his wife to the dead and that his son has a terminal illness and will die soon. He kidnaps survors and demands the church survivors offer him their people so he can run tests to find a cure. (Remember no cure) At the same time one of the church survivors believes that the apocalypse is the act of God and secretly plans to deliver all the survivors to God since they believe the apocalypse is the rapture.

      These would be the first set of antagonists in the first 4 seasons. This is the stage I refer to as the beginning of the apocalypse. After this there is a couple year timeskip were the world and the villains get bigger and have more elaborate plans. If you want to know more about them ask and you shall receive.

      Dude that's dope as hell !!!!

      OMG I so want to get into you story even if you happen to make it as a fan series on the wiki page all these ideas you have for you is amazing !! I mean really, as for the idea for the villian to be a secretary and him cracking up that is just genius and that idea devates this villain from a clone of The governor. I love that ! Also Alvin West's character too ! If a third series happen with TWD I would seriously want this type of villian to be on the show. I mean that is just totally unique !

      Thanks I was afraid West would be seen as too similar to the governor I'm glad to hear that you think West is a unique character.

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    • JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:

      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:


      JCB95 wrote:

      Narutorulez wrote:



      iKenneth Tanner wrote:
      Let's say Fear The Walking Dead is the first companion series and both show The Walking Dead and Fear are both 2 popular AMC shows and AMC decides to renew the series license when the regular series ends AMC has another series call Rise Of The Walking Dead and it takes place in Louisiana.It will be cool to see walkers crawling up from the swamp. Now the far as the protagonist we can't have a Rick Grimes clone let's say his name is Sam, before the apocalypse happened Sam's occupation was a medical examiner and not that the zombie apocalypse starts to occur he has to to what he has to do in order to take care and make sure his family is safe. Let's say Tory Kittles will protray the role of Sam. Why not right Madison is the female Rick Grimes in Fear so let's have a black Rick Grimes I mean it's 2017 right ? That was just what I had in mind for a third Walking Dead series and as the show continues we'll get a big bad let's say Season 2, or more than likely Season 3 Now the villians have to have a different motive they can't be a clone of The governor,or Gareth from Terminus, or not even Negan. The Villian has to be far from differnt as well. They can also travel to let's say New York or another setting to survive on like The Walking Dead and Fear all the characters have to travel to one  place to another kind of like refuge sort of thing like back in season 4 Rick and the survivors found The Sanctuary after the prison was destroyed, and now it's the Hilltop same with Fear first after they traveled from LA then they wen't to Mexico. So they can do some thing like Sam and his family came fromLouisianna and the safest place is let's say Chicago and they have to find the safest place and gather enough food and water and so in order to survive.

      This is just a hypothetically question and theory if you like this theory I for one am a fanatic of The Walking Dead and I'll never get sick or bored of The Walking Dead I wouldn't at all mind a second companion series with TWD so as a fan would you tune in for a series like this if AMC hypothetically happens to get another Walking Dead series?

      I love to hear other fans thoughts.

      I'd watch so long as it's not in Louisana it has to be in Washinngton, Oregon, or even Massachusetts 
      You should read my pitch it might be of interest to you.
      I'm more than interesting after finding out the casting and characters. Just one more question have you have any Villians Big-bads in mind like The Governor or Negan or The Whispers?
      The first villain I have is a guy named Tobias Holt he's a leader of a motorcycle gang who joins the group but is a driving point to show how you can't trust everyone.

      The second villain I have would be Lance who after seeing how Chris and Frank are pointing the group in potential danger enacts a coup to try and overthrow and kill all the loyalists that side with Chris, Frank and another character that would be introduced in season 2 named Roger.

      Season 3 would find the survivors in a military base possibly West Point. A minor villain would be one of the surviving soldiers who doesn't trust or think the group is value to them. However the big bad of season 3 would be a man named Alvin West. (Name may change due to the fact that I just realized it sounds similar to the actor Adam west.) West would be the leader of a camps makeshift militia hunting down former members of his camp. The former members who I refer to as the rebels end up crossing paths with and joining Chris after they rescued a couple members of Chris's group who were separated when the last camp got destroyed by lance's failed coup. West is a serial killer who escaped prison at the onset of the outbreak and now can kill in a law free world. West also brands the people he kills. The rebels didn't like the way their former camp was run so they planned to kill all the leaders (with a Bomb), but the plan failed and killed the leaders wife.

      Season 4 would start with the survivors joining a group of church survivors. However after realizing that the survors are being forced to to hand over survivors to another group Chris helps rescue both his people and the church survivors. The villain would be a man named Deacon Price the former secretary of the DOD who blames himself for the fall of the U.s.A and has become obsessed with finding a cure after losing his wife to the dead and that his son has a terminal illness and will die soon. He kidnaps survors and demands the church survivors offer him their people so he can run tests to find a cure. (Remember no cure) At the same time one of the church survivors believes that the apocalypse is the act of God and secretly plans to deliver all the survivors to God since they believe the apocalypse is the rapture.

      These would be the first set of antagonists in the first 4 seasons. This is the stage I refer to as the beginning of the apocalypse. After this there is a couple year timeskip were the world and the villains get bigger and have more elaborate plans. If you want to know more about them ask and you shall receive.

      Dude that's dope as hell !!!!

      OMG I so want to get into you story even if you happen to make it as a fan series on the wiki page all these ideas you have for you is amazing !! I mean really, as for the idea for the villian to be a secretary and him cracking up that is just genius and that idea devates this villain from a clone of The governor. I love that ! Also Alvin West's character too ! If a third series happen with TWD I would seriously want this type of villian to be on the show. I mean that is just totally unique !

      Thanks I was afraid West would be seen as too similar to the governor I'm glad to hear that you think West is a unique character.

      Even though the aspect of him is some what simialar that would still work like it can be like an Army or some king of veitrian war people who can be the governor type and Alvin's character still devates himself from a The governor clone sort of speak. I was also thinking you can add another antagonist in Season 5 of your story and they are called the Flesh Corpse. They can somewhat be The Hunters/Terminus and also The Whispers type group for your story and this guy name Keith Abernathy who eats people and human flesh and The Flesh Corpse also wears a human face flesh and Keith has a chainsaw kind of like Leatherface from Texas Chainsaw Massacre within the apocalypse. Keith tells Chris as Chris is killing him while wearing maybe to make you story more epic you can have Keith kill off one of the female survivors of Chris group and Chris hunts for revenge and survival. But as for my pitch before Chris takes action on to kill Keith he tells Chris "You have no idea what it's like to be hungry with no food and survival and how it feels like to be damned. I was about to kidnap one of your kids as well and maybe how about your daughter, Your Daughter seems to have pretty tainted meat. Chris says "Okay you sick Bastard" as he took out this meat cleaver on the kitchen counter wear Keith chops off his victims limbs. The Keith add "Oh you know I was wondering what would've taste like eating your sons liver with onions.Chris replies "Eat this you sick fuck !" and he decapitates Keith's head and stomps his head with anger. Chirs and survivors are continuing off to survive. Then in the mean time we can figure out what's next for Season 6. In fact you can have that as the cliffhanger ending for Season 5 and figure out where can we go from there on to Season 6.

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    • Kenneth Tanner wrote:

      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:

      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:


      JCB95 wrote:

      Narutorulez wrote:



      iKenneth Tanner wrote:
      Let's say Fear The Walking Dead is the first companion series and both show The Walking Dead and Fear are both 2 popular AMC shows and AMC decides to renew the series license when the regular series ends AMC has another series call Rise Of The Walking Dead and it takes place in Louisiana.It will be cool to see walkers crawling up from the swamp. Now the far as the protagonist we can't have a Rick Grimes clone let's say his name is Sam, before the apocalypse happened Sam's occupation was a medical examiner and not that the zombie apocalypse starts to occur he has to to what he has to do in order to take care and make sure his family is safe. Let's say Tory Kittles will protray the role of Sam. Why not right Madison is the female Rick Grimes in Fear so let's have a black Rick Grimes I mean it's 2017 right ? That was just what I had in mind for a third Walking Dead series and as the show continues we'll get a big bad let's say Season 2, or more than likely Season 3 Now the villians have to have a different motive they can't be a clone of The governor,or Gareth from Terminus, or not even Negan. The Villian has to be far from differnt as well. They can also travel to let's say New York or another setting to survive on like The Walking Dead and Fear all the characters have to travel to one  place to another kind of like refuge sort of thing like back in season 4 Rick and the survivors found The Sanctuary after the prison was destroyed, and now it's the Hilltop same with Fear first after they traveled from LA then they wen't to Mexico. So they can do some thing like Sam and his family came fromLouisianna and the safest place is let's say Chicago and they have to find the safest place and gather enough food and water and so in order to survive.

      This is just a hypothetically question and theory if you like this theory I for one am a fanatic of The Walking Dead and I'll never get sick or bored of The Walking Dead I wouldn't at all mind a second companion series with TWD so as a fan would you tune in for a series like this if AMC hypothetically happens to get another Walking Dead series?

      I love to hear other fans thoughts.

      I'd watch so long as it's not in Louisana it has to be in Washinngton, Oregon, or even Massachusetts 
      You should read my pitch it might be of interest to you.
      I'm more than interesting after finding out the casting and characters. Just one more question have you have any Villians Big-bads in mind like The Governor or Negan or The Whispers?
      The first villain I have is a guy named Tobias Holt he's a leader of a motorcycle gang who joins the group but is a driving point to show how you can't trust everyone.

      The second villain I have would be Lance who after seeing how Chris and Frank are pointing the group in potential danger enacts a coup to try and overthrow and kill all the loyalists that side with Chris, Frank and another character that would be introduced in season 2 named Roger.

      Season 3 would find the survivors in a military base possibly West Point. A minor villain would be one of the surviving soldiers who doesn't trust or think the group is value to them. However the big bad of season 3 would be a man named Alvin West. (Name may change due to the fact that I just realized it sounds similar to the actor Adam west.) West would be the leader of a camps makeshift militia hunting down former members of his camp. The former members who I refer to as the rebels end up crossing paths with and joining Chris after they rescued a couple members of Chris's group who were separated when the last camp got destroyed by lance's failed coup. West is a serial killer who escaped prison at the onset of the outbreak and now can kill in a law free world. West also brands the people he kills. The rebels didn't like the way their former camp was run so they planned to kill all the leaders (with a Bomb), but the plan failed and killed the leaders wife.

      Season 4 would start with the survivors joining a group of church survivors. However after realizing that the survors are being forced to to hand over survivors to another group Chris helps rescue both his people and the church survivors. The villain would be a man named Deacon Price the former secretary of the DOD who blames himself for the fall of the U.s.A and has become obsessed with finding a cure after losing his wife to the dead and that his son has a terminal illness and will die soon. He kidnaps survors and demands the church survivors offer him their people so he can run tests to find a cure. (Remember no cure) At the same time one of the church survivors believes that the apocalypse is the act of God and secretly plans to deliver all the survivors to God since they believe the apocalypse is the rapture.

      These would be the first set of antagonists in the first 4 seasons. This is the stage I refer to as the beginning of the apocalypse. After this there is a couple year timeskip were the world and the villains get bigger and have more elaborate plans. If you want to know more about them ask and you shall receive.

      Dude that's dope as hell !!!!

      OMG I so want to get into you story even if you happen to make it as a fan series on the wiki page all these ideas you have for you is amazing !! I mean really, as for the idea for the villian to be a secretary and him cracking up that is just genius and that idea devates this villain from a clone of The governor. I love that ! Also Alvin West's character too ! If a third series happen with TWD I would seriously want this type of villian to be on the show. I mean that is just totally unique !

      Thanks I was afraid West would be seen as too similar to the governor I'm glad to hear that you think West is a unique character.

      Even though the aspect of him is some what simialar that would still work like it can be like an Army or some king of veitrian war people who can be the governor type and Alvin's character still devates himself from a The governor clone sort of speak. I was also thinking you can add another antagonist in Season 5 of your story and they are called the Flesh Corpse. They can somewhat be The Hunters/Terminus and also The Whispers type group for your story and this guy name Keith Abernathy who eats people and human flesh and The Flesh Corpse also wears a human face flesh and Keith has a chainsaw kind of like Leatherface from Texas Chainsaw Massacre within the apocalypse. Keith tells Chris as Chris is killing him while wearing maybe to make you story more epic you can have Keith kill off one of the female survivors of Chris group and Chris hunts for revenge and survival. But as for my pitch before Chris takes action on to kill Keith he tells Chris "You have no idea what it's like to be hungry with no food and survival and how it feels like to be damned. I was about to kidnap one of your kids as well and maybe how about your daughter, Your Daughter seems to have pretty tainted meat. Chris says "Okay you sick Bastard" as he took out this meat cleaver on the kitchen counter wear Keith chops off his victims limbs. The Keith add "Oh you know I was wondering what would've taste like eating your sons liver with onions.Chris replies "Eat this you sick fuck !" and he decapitates Keith's head and stomps his head with anger. Chirs and survivors are continuing off to survive. Then in the mean time we can figure out what's next for Season 6. In fact you can have that as the cliffhanger ending for Season 5 and figure out where can we go from there on to Season 6.

      Thanks and I like your pitch idea howev I fear it'd be looked at as too close to the hunters/terminus. Also at that point there is already a character named Keith Baker who was introduced in season 3 as a member of the rebels.

      Season 5 would begin 5-6 years after season 4 and introduce Chris and the survivors to a larger world. The big bad of the season would be the Ramos Republic a militia/mini nation. Republic is led by commander Ramos I can't reveal a lot about the commander because there is a big misled about who the commander is. The commander and their top lieutenants are the big bad of the season and eventually lead to the next big bad of season 6.

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    • JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:

      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:


      JCB95 wrote:

      Kenneth Tanner wrote:



      JCB95 wrote:

      Narutorulez wrote:



      iKenneth Tanner wrote:
      Let's say Fear The Walking Dead is the first companion series and both show The Walking Dead and Fear are both 2 popular AMC shows and AMC decides to renew the series license when the regular series ends AMC has another series call Rise Of The Walking Dead and it takes place in Louisiana.It will be cool to see walkers crawling up from the swamp. Now the far as the protagonist we can't have a Rick Grimes clone let's say his name is Sam, before the apocalypse happened Sam's occupation was a medical examiner and not that the zombie apocalypse starts to occur he has to to what he has to do in order to take care and make sure his family is safe. Let's say Tory Kittles will protray the role of Sam. Why not right Madison is the female Rick Grimes in Fear so let's have a black Rick Grimes I mean it's 2017 right ? That was just what I had in mind for a third Walking Dead series and as the show continues we'll get a big bad let's say Season 2, or more than likely Season 3 Now the villians have to have a different motive they can't be a clone of The governor,or Gareth from Terminus, or not even Negan. The Villian has to be far from differnt as well. They can also travel to let's say New York or another setting to survive on like The Walking Dead and Fear all the characters have to travel to one  place to another kind of like refuge sort of thing like back in season 4 Rick and the survivors found The Sanctuary after the prison was destroyed, and now it's the Hilltop same with Fear first after they traveled from LA then they wen't to Mexico. So they can do some thing like Sam and his family came fromLouisianna and the safest place is let's say Chicago and they have to find the safest place and gather enough food and water and so in order to survive.

      This is just a hypothetically question and theory if you like this theory I for one am a fanatic of The Walking Dead and I'll never get sick or bored of The Walking Dead I wouldn't at all mind a second companion series with TWD so as a fan would you tune in for a series like this if AMC hypothetically happens to get another Walking Dead series?

      I love to hear other fans thoughts.

      I'd watch so long as it's not in Louisana it has to be in Washinngton, Oregon, or even Massachusetts 
      You should read my pitch it might be of interest to you.
      I'm more than interesting after finding out the casting and characters. Just one more question have you have any Villians Big-bads in mind like The Governor or Negan or The Whispers?
      The first villain I have is a guy named Tobias Holt he's a leader of a motorcycle gang who joins the group but is a driving point to show how you can't trust everyone.

      The second villain I have would be Lance who after seeing how Chris and Frank are pointing the group in potential danger enacts a coup to try and overthrow and kill all the loyalists that side with Chris, Frank and another character that would be introduced in season 2 named Roger.

      Season 3 would find the survivors in a military base possibly West Point. A minor villain would be one of the surviving soldiers who doesn't trust or think the group is value to them. However the big bad of season 3 would be a man named Alvin West. (Name may change due to the fact that I just realized it sounds similar to the actor Adam west.) West would be the leader of a camps makeshift militia hunting down former members of his camp. The former members who I refer to as the rebels end up crossing paths with and joining Chris after they rescued a couple members of Chris's group who were separated when the last camp got destroyed by lance's failed coup. West is a serial killer who escaped prison at the onset of the outbreak and now can kill in a law free world. West also brands the people he kills. The rebels didn't like the way their former camp was run so they planned to kill all the leaders (with a Bomb), but the plan failed and killed the leaders wife.

      Season 4 would start with the survivors joining a group of church survivors. However after realizing that the survors are being forced to to hand over survivors to another group Chris helps rescue both his people and the church survivors. The villain would be a man named Deacon Price the former secretary of the DOD who blames himself for the fall of the U.s.A and has become obsessed with finding a cure after losing his wife to the dead and that his son has a terminal illness and will die soon. He kidnaps survors and demands the church survivors offer him their people so he can run tests to find a cure. (Remember no cure) At the same time one of the church survivors believes that the apocalypse is the act of God and secretly plans to deliver all the survivors to God since they believe the apocalypse is the rapture.

      These would be the first set of antagonists in the first 4 seasons. This is the stage I refer to as the beginning of the apocalypse. After this there is a couple year timeskip were the world and the villains get bigger and have more elaborate plans. If you want to know more about them ask and you shall receive.

      Dude that's dope as hell !!!!

      OMG I so want to get into you story even if you happen to make it as a fan series on the wiki page all these ideas you have for you is amazing !! I mean really, as for the idea for the villian to be a secretary and him cracking up that is just genius and that idea devates this villain from a clone of The governor. I love that ! Also Alvin West's character too ! If a third series happen with TWD I would seriously want this type of villian to be on the show. I mean that is just totally unique !

      Thanks I was afraid West would be seen as too similar to the governor I'm glad to hear that you think West is a unique character.
      Even though the aspect of him is some what simialar that would still work like it can be like an Army or some king of veitrian war people who can be the governor type and Alvin's character still devates himself from a The governor clone sort of speak. I was also thinking you can add another antagonist in Season 5 of your story and they are called the Flesh Corpse. They can somewhat be The Hunters/Terminus and also The Whispers type group for your story and this guy name Keith Abernathy who eats people and human flesh and The Flesh Corpse also wears a human face flesh and Keith has a chainsaw kind of like Leatherface from Texas Chainsaw Massacre within the apocalypse. Keith tells Chris as Chris is killing him while wearing maybe to make you story more epic you can have Keith kill off one of the female survivors of Chris group and Chris hunts for revenge and survival. But as for my pitch before Chris takes action on to kill Keith he tells Chris "You have no idea what it's like to be hungry with no food and survival and how it feels like to be damned. I was about to kidnap one of your kids as well and maybe how about your daughter, Your Daughter seems to have pretty tainted meat. Chris says "Okay you sick Bastard" as he took out this meat cleaver on the kitchen counter wear Keith chops off his victims limbs. The Keith add "Oh you know I was wondering what would've taste like eating your sons liver with onions.Chris replies "Eat this you sick fuck !" and he decapitates Keith's head and stomps his head with anger. Chirs and survivors are continuing off to survive. Then in the mean time we can figure out what's next for Season 6. In fact you can have that as the cliffhanger ending for Season 5 and figure out where can we go from there on to Season 6.
      Thanks and I like your pitch idea howev I fear it'd be looked at as too close to the hunters/terminus. Also at that point there is already a character named Keith Baker who was introduced in season 3 as a member of the rebels.

      Season 5 would begin 5-6 years after season 4 and introduce Chris and the survivors to a larger world. The big bad of the season would be the Ramos Republic a militia/mini nation. Republic is led by commander Ramos I can't reveal a lot about the commander because there is a big misled about who the commander is. The commander and their top lieutenants are the big bad of the season and eventually lead to the next big bad of season 6.

      Cool that's even better !! That will really devate the story from the original series. Even though adding the TCM aspect on the villian it's still similiar to The Hunters/Terminus like you said. A Militia/mini nation aspect would be perfect. That makes this villian more unique and that dosen't make the story as a clone TWD series.

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      Let's say Fear The Walking Dead is the first companion series and both show The Walking Dead and Fear are both 2 popular AMC shows and AMC decides to renew the series license when the regular series ends AMC has another series call Rise Of The Walking Dead and it takes place in Louisiana.It will be cool to see walkers crawling up from the swamp. Now the far as the protagonist we can't have a Rick Grimes clone let's say his name is Sam, before the apocalypse happened Sam's occupation was a medical examiner and not that the zombie apocalypse starts to occur he has to to what he has to do in order to take care and make sure his family is safe. Let's say Tory Kittles will protray the role of Sam. Why not right Madison is the female Rick Grimes in Fear so let's have a black Rick Grimes I mean it's 2017 right ? That was just what I had in mind for a third Walking Dead series and as the show continues we'll get a big bad let's say Season 2, or more than likely Season 3 Now the villians have to have a different motive they can't be a clone of The governor,or Gareth from Terminus, or not even Negan. The Villian has to be far from differnt as well. They can also travel to let's say New York or another setting to survive on like The Walking Dead and Fear all the characters have to travel to one  place to another kind of like refuge sort of thing like back in season 4 Rick and the survivors found The Sanctuary after the prison was destroyed, and now it's the Hilltop same with Fear first after they traveled from LA then they wen't to Mexico. So they can do some thing like Sam and his family came fromLouisianna and the safest place is let's say Chicago and they have to find the safest place and gather enough food and water and so in order to survive.

      This is just a hypothetically question and theory if you like this theory I for one am a fanatic of The Walking Dead and I'll never get sick or bored of The Walking Dead I wouldn't at all mind a second companion series with TWD so as a fan would you tune in for a series like this if AMC hypothetically happens to get another Walking Dead series?

      I love to hear other fans thoughts.

      I'd watch so long as it's not in Louisana it has to be in Washinngton, Oregon, or even Massachusetts 
      You should read my pitch it might be of interest to you.
      I'm more than interesting after finding out the casting and characters. Just one more question have you have any Villians Big-bads in mind like The Governor or Negan or The Whispers?
      The first villain I have is a guy named Tobias Holt he's a leader of a motorcycle gang who joins the group but is a driving point to show how you can't trust everyone.

      The second villain I have would be Lance who after seeing how Chris and Frank are pointing the group in potential danger enacts a coup to try and overthrow and kill all the loyalists that side with Chris, Frank and another character that would be introduced in season 2 named Roger.

      Season 3 would find the survivors in a military base possibly West Point. A minor villain would be one of the surviving soldiers who doesn't trust or think the group is value to them. However the big bad of season 3 would be a man named Alvin West. (Name may change due to the fact that I just realized it sounds similar to the actor Adam west.) West would be the leader of a camps makeshift militia hunting down former members of his camp. The former members who I refer to as the rebels end up crossing paths with and joining Chris after they rescued a couple members of Chris's group who were separated when the last camp got destroyed by lance's failed coup. West is a serial killer who escaped prison at the onset of the outbreak and now can kill in a law free world. West also brands the people he kills. The rebels didn't like the way their former camp was run so they planned to kill all the leaders (with a Bomb), but the plan failed and killed the leaders wife.

      Season 4 would start with the survivors joining a group of church survivors. However after realizing that the survors are being forced to to hand over survivors to another group Chris helps rescue both his people and the church survivors. The villain would be a man named Deacon Price the former secretary of the DOD who blames himself for the fall of the U.s.A and has become obsessed with finding a cure after losing his wife to the dead and that his son has a terminal illness and will die soon. He kidnaps survors and demands the church survivors offer him their people so he can run tests to find a cure. (Remember no cure) At the same time one of the church survivors believes that the apocalypse is the act of God and secretly plans to deliver all the survivors to God since they believe the apocalypse is the rapture.

      These would be the first set of antagonists in the first 4 seasons. This is the stage I refer to as the beginning of the apocalypse. After this there is a couple year timeskip were the world and the villains get bigger and have more elaborate plans. If you want to know more about them ask and you shall receive.

      Dude that's dope as hell !!!!

      OMG I so want to get into you story even if you happen to make it as a fan series on the wiki page all these ideas you have for you is amazing !! I mean really, as for the idea for the villian to be a secretary and him cracking up that is just genius and that idea devates this villain from a clone of The governor. I love that ! Also Alvin West's character too ! If a third series happen with TWD I would seriously want this type of villian to be on the show. I mean that is just totally unique !

      Thanks I was afraid West would be seen as too similar to the governor I'm glad to hear that you think West is a unique character.
      Even though the aspect of him is some what simialar that would still work like it can be like an Army or some king of veitrian war people who can be the governor type and Alvin's character still devates himself from a The governor clone sort of speak. I was also thinking you can add another antagonist in Season 5 of your story and they are called the Flesh Corpse. They can somewhat be The Hunters/Terminus and also The Whispers type group for your story and this guy name Keith Abernathy who eats people and human flesh and The Flesh Corpse also wears a human face flesh and Keith has a chainsaw kind of like Leatherface from Texas Chainsaw Massacre within the apocalypse. Keith tells Chris as Chris is killing him while wearing maybe to make you story more epic you can have Keith kill off one of the female survivors of Chris group and Chris hunts for revenge and survival. But as for my pitch before Chris takes action on to kill Keith he tells Chris "You have no idea what it's like to be hungry with no food and survival and how it feels like to be damned. I was about to kidnap one of your kids as well and maybe how about your daughter, Your Daughter seems to have pretty tainted meat. Chris says "Okay you sick Bastard" as he took out this meat cleaver on the kitchen counter wear Keith chops off his victims limbs. The Keith add "Oh you know I was wondering what would've taste like eating your sons liver with onions.Chris replies "Eat this you sick fuck !" and he decapitates Keith's head and stomps his head with anger. Chirs and survivors are continuing off to survive. Then in the mean time we can figure out what's next for Season 6. In fact you can have that as the cliffhanger ending for Season 5 and figure out where can we go from there on to Season 6.
      Thanks and I like your pitch idea howev I fear it'd be looked at as too close to the hunters/terminus. Also at that point there is already a character named Keith Baker who was introduced in season 3 as a member of the rebels.

      Season 5 would begin 5-6 years after season 4 and introduce Chris and the survivors to a larger world. The big bad of the season would be the Ramos Republic a militia/mini nation. Republic is led by commander Ramos I can't reveal a lot about the commander because there is a big misled about who the commander is. The commander and their top lieutenants are the big bad of the season and eventually lead to the next big bad of season 6.

      Cool that's even better !! That will really devate the story from the original series. Even though adding the TCM aspect on the villian it's still similiar to The Hunters/Terminus like you said. A Militia/mini nation aspect would be perfect. That makes this villian more unique and that dosen't make the story as a clone TWD series.

      Thanks the Ramos Republic is also only one of six nations. The others would be the Florida Federation also known as the southern raiders led by a chancellor. The Ohio union led by a president very similar to the former U.S. The Republic of Texas led by a General. The Nafive Tribunal Lands led by a native chief. Finally the The Oregon commonwealth led by a governor.

      At the end of season 5 Chris and the commander would find themselves facing the same enemy in the Florida federation. This leads Chris to form an uneasy alliance with Ramos and join the Republic to battle the federation in a large scale war along the southeastern coast of the U.S.A.

      I know at this point it's sounding less like a zombie show, but trust me they are still a threat. At this point they would have become a manageable threat, but still hold a threat in the way the nations use them against enemies plus in everyday survival.

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      iKenneth Tanner wrote:
      Let's say Fear The Walking Dead is the first companion series and both show The Walking Dead and Fear are both 2 popular AMC shows and AMC decides to renew the series license when the regular series ends AMC has another series call Rise Of The Walking Dead and it takes place in Louisiana.It will be cool to see walkers crawling up from the swamp. Now the far as the protagonist we can't have a Rick Grimes clone let's say his name is Sam, before the apocalypse happened Sam's occupation was a medical examiner and not that the zombie apocalypse starts to occur he has to to what he has to do in order to take care and make sure his family is safe. Let's say Tory Kittles will protray the role of Sam. Why not right Madison is the female Rick Grimes in Fear so let's have a black Rick Grimes I mean it's 2017 right ? That was just what I had in mind for a third Walking Dead series and as the show continues we'll get a big bad let's say Season 2, or more than likely Season 3 Now the villians have to have a different motive they can't be a clone of The governor,or Gareth from Terminus, or not even Negan. The Villian has to be far from differnt as well. They can also travel to let's say New York or another setting to survive on like The Walking Dead and Fear all the characters have to travel to one  place to another kind of like refuge sort of thing like back in season 4 Rick and the survivors found The Sanctuary after the prison was destroyed, and now it's the Hilltop same with Fear first after they traveled from LA then they wen't to Mexico. So they can do some thing like Sam and his family came fromLouisianna and the safest place is let's say Chicago and they have to find the safest place and gather enough food and water and so in order to survive.

      This is just a hypothetically question and theory if you like this theory I for one am a fanatic of The Walking Dead and I'll never get sick or bored of The Walking Dead I wouldn't at all mind a second companion series with TWD so as a fan would you tune in for a series like this if AMC hypothetically happens to get another Walking Dead series?

      I love to hear other fans thoughts.

      I'd watch so long as it's not in Louisana it has to be in Washinngton, Oregon, or even Massachusetts 
      You should read my pitch it might be of interest to you.
      I'm more than interesting after finding out the casting and characters. Just one more question have you have any Villians Big-bads in mind like The Governor or Negan or The Whispers?
      The first villain I have is a guy named Tobias Holt he's a leader of a motorcycle gang who joins the group but is a driving point to show how you can't trust everyone.

      The second villain I have would be Lance who after seeing how Chris and Frank are pointing the group in potential danger enacts a coup to try and overthrow and kill all the loyalists that side with Chris, Frank and another character that would be introduced in season 2 named Roger.

      Season 3 would find the survivors in a military base possibly West Point. A minor villain would be one of the surviving soldiers who doesn't trust or think the group is value to them. However the big bad of season 3 would be a man named Alvin West. (Name may change due to the fact that I just realized it sounds similar to the actor Adam west.) West would be the leader of a camps makeshift militia hunting down former members of his camp. The former members who I refer to as the rebels end up crossing paths with and joining Chris after they rescued a couple members of Chris's group who were separated when the last camp got destroyed by lance's failed coup. West is a serial killer who escaped prison at the onset of the outbreak and now can kill in a law free world. West also brands the people he kills. The rebels didn't like the way their former camp was run so they planned to kill all the leaders (with a Bomb), but the plan failed and killed the leaders wife.

      Season 4 would start with the survivors joining a group of church survivors. However after realizing that the survors are being forced to to hand over survivors to another group Chris helps rescue both his people and the church survivors. The villain would be a man named Deacon Price the former secretary of the DOD who blames himself for the fall of the U.s.A and has become obsessed with finding a cure after losing his wife to the dead and that his son has a terminal illness and will die soon. He kidnaps survors and demands the church survivors offer him their people so he can run tests to find a cure. (Remember no cure) At the same time one of the church survivors believes that the apocalypse is the act of God and secretly plans to deliver all the survivors to God since they believe the apocalypse is the rapture.

      These would be the first set of antagonists in the first 4 seasons. This is the stage I refer to as the beginning of the apocalypse. After this there is a couple year timeskip were the world and the villains get bigger and have more elaborate plans. If you want to know more about them ask and you shall receive.

      Dude that's dope as hell !!!!

      OMG I so want to get into you story even if you happen to make it as a fan series on the wiki page all these ideas you have for you is amazing !! I mean really, as for the idea for the villian to be a secretary and him cracking up that is just genius and that idea devates this villain from a clone of The governor. I love that ! Also Alvin West's character too ! If a third series happen with TWD I would seriously want this type of villian to be on the show. I mean that is just totally unique !

      Thanks I was afraid West would be seen as too similar to the governor I'm glad to hear that you think West is a unique character.
      Even though the aspect of him is some what simialar that would still work like it can be like an Army or some king of veitrian war people who can be the governor type and Alvin's character still devates himself from a The governor clone sort of speak. I was also thinking you can add another antagonist in Season 5 of your story and they are called the Flesh Corpse. They can somewhat be The Hunters/Terminus and also The Whispers type group for your story and this guy name Keith Abernathy who eats people and human flesh and The Flesh Corpse also wears a human face flesh and Keith has a chainsaw kind of like Leatherface from Texas Chainsaw Massacre within the apocalypse. Keith tells Chris as Chris is killing him while wearing maybe to make you story more epic you can have Keith kill off one of the female survivors of Chris group and Chris hunts for revenge and survival. But as for my pitch before Chris takes action on to kill Keith he tells Chris "You have no idea what it's like to be hungry with no food and survival and how it feels like to be damned. I was about to kidnap one of your kids as well and maybe how about your daughter, Your Daughter seems to have pretty tainted meat. Chris says "Okay you sick Bastard" as he took out this meat cleaver on the kitchen counter wear Keith chops off his victims limbs. The Keith add "Oh you know I was wondering what would've taste like eating your sons liver with onions.Chris replies "Eat this you sick fuck !" and he decapitates Keith's head and stomps his head with anger. Chirs and survivors are continuing off to survive. Then in the mean time we can figure out what's next for Season 6. In fact you can have that as the cliffhanger ending for Season 5 and figure out where can we go from there on to Season 6.
      Thanks and I like your pitch idea howev I fear it'd be looked at as too close to the hunters/terminus. Also at that point there is already a character named Keith Baker who was introduced in season 3 as a member of the rebels.

      Season 5 would begin 5-6 years after season 4 and introduce Chris and the survivors to a larger world. The big bad of the season would be the Ramos Republic a militia/mini nation. Republic is led by commander Ramos I can't reveal a lot about the commander because there is a big misled about who the commander is. The commander and their top lieutenants are the big bad of the season and eventually lead to the next big bad of season 6.

      Cool that's even better !! That will really devate the story from the original series. Even though adding the TCM aspect on the villian it's still similiar to The Hunters/Terminus like you said. A Militia/mini nation aspect would be perfect. That makes this villian more unique and that dosen't make the story as a clone TWD series.
      Thanks the Ramos Republic is also only one of six nations. The others would be the Florida Federation also known as the southern raiders led by a chancellor. The Ohio union led by a president very similar to the former U.S. The Republic of Texas led by a General. The Nafive Tribunal Lands led by a native chief. Finally the The Oregon commonwealth led by a governor.

      At the end of season 5 Chris and the commander would find themselves facing the same enemy in the Florida federation. This leads Chris to form an uneasy alliance with Ramos and join the Republic to battle the federation in a large scale war along the southeastern coast of the U.S.A.

      I know at this point it's sounding less like a zombie show, but trust me they are still a threat. At this point they would have become a manageable threat, but still hold a threat in the way the nations use them against enemies plus in everyday survival.

      If you want to know the truth, see. That's another reason why I'm into The Walking Dead so much. In fact the point of The Walking Dead is about survival. Yeah sure you have to have zombies. But when you do a zombie show as for The Walking Dead  it's more to it than zombies being slaughterd the point is, it's the story and the concept that counts. In other words survival through the undead and humans. Your not safe within either one of them and actually the humans are more fierce than the dead. Which it's true because I mean you can take a knife or some kind of weapon and easily kill them. Humans you just don't know who to trust. That's what makes The Walking Dead epic. Yeah it's a zombie show but it's not just about zombies it's about people surviving through the dead and humans. By the way that's interesting about the villian is kind of a politic sort of thing were like you mention about this group The Oregon Commonwealth which was led from the governor. I like the cause and effect for these enemies and what are their motives. That's dope, That's the thing about The Walking Dead it's about survival. You know something JCB95? To bad realistically you won't be the showrunner for the third The Walking Dead series but, it would be cool to have this actually story on this TWD wiki as a fanfiction series. I would even go to even read such an interesting story like this even if you made it as a fan-mad series. I really enjoy some of the details to your story.

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      JCB95 wrote:

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      iKenneth Tanner wrote:
      Let's say Fear The Walking Dead is the first companion series and both show The Walking Dead and Fear are both 2 popular AMC shows and AMC decides to renew the series license when the regular series ends AMC has another series call Rise Of The Walking Dead and it takes place in Louisiana.It will be cool to see walkers crawling up from the swamp. Now the far as the protagonist we can't have a Rick Grimes clone let's say his name is Sam, before the apocalypse happened Sam's occupation was a medical examiner and not that the zombie apocalypse starts to occur he has to to what he has to do in order to take care and make sure his family is safe. Let's say Tory Kittles will protray the role of Sam. Why not right Madison is the female Rick Grimes in Fear so let's have a black Rick Grimes I mean it's 2017 right ? That was just what I had in mind for a third Walking Dead series and as the show continues we'll get a big bad let's say Season 2, or more than likely Season 3 Now the villians have to have a different motive they can't be a clone of The governor,or Gareth from Terminus, or not even Negan. The Villian has to be far from differnt as well. They can also travel to let's say New York or another setting to survive on like The Walking Dead and Fear all the characters have to travel to one  place to another kind of like refuge sort of thing like back in season 4 Rick and the survivors found The Sanctuary after the prison was destroyed, and now it's the Hilltop same with Fear first after they traveled from LA then they wen't to Mexico. So they can do some thing like Sam and his family came fromLouisianna and the safest place is let's say Chicago and they have to find the safest place and gather enough food and water and so in order to survive.

      This is just a hypothetically question and theory if you like this theory I for one am a fanatic of The Walking Dead and I'll never get sick or bored of The Walking Dead I wouldn't at all mind a second companion series with TWD so as a fan would you tune in for a series like this if AMC hypothetically happens to get another Walking Dead series?

      I love to hear other fans thoughts.

      I'd watch so long as it's not in Louisana it has to be in Washinngton, Oregon, or even Massachusetts 
      You should read my pitch it might be of interest to you.
      I'm more than interesting after finding out the casting and characters. Just one more question have you have any Villians Big-bads in mind like The Governor or Negan or The Whispers?
      The first villain I have is a guy named Tobias Holt he's a leader of a motorcycle gang who joins the group but is a driving point to show how you can't trust everyone.

      The second villain I have would be Lance who after seeing how Chris and Frank are pointing the group in potential danger enacts a coup to try and overthrow and kill all the loyalists that side with Chris, Frank and another character that would be introduced in season 2 named Roger.

      Season 3 would find the survivors in a military base possibly West Point. A minor villain would be one of the surviving soldiers who doesn't trust or think the group is value to them. However the big bad of season 3 would be a man named Alvin West. (Name may change due to the fact that I just realized it sounds similar to the actor Adam west.) West would be the leader of a camps makeshift militia hunting down former members of his camp. The former members who I refer to as the rebels end up crossing paths with and joining Chris after they rescued a couple members of Chris's group who were separated when the last camp got destroyed by lance's failed coup. West is a serial killer who escaped prison at the onset of the outbreak and now can kill in a law free world. West also brands the people he kills. The rebels didn't like the way their former camp was run so they planned to kill all the leaders (with a Bomb), but the plan failed and killed the leaders wife.

      Season 4 would start with the survivors joining a group of church survivors. However after realizing that the survors are being forced to to hand over survivors to another group Chris helps rescue both his people and the church survivors. The villain would be a man named Deacon Price the former secretary of the DOD who blames himself for the fall of the U.s.A and has become obsessed with finding a cure after losing his wife to the dead and that his son has a terminal illness and will die soon. He kidnaps survors and demands the church survivors offer him their people so he can run tests to find a cure. (Remember no cure) At the same time one of the church survivors believes that the apocalypse is the act of God and secretly plans to deliver all the survivors to God since they believe the apocalypse is the rapture.

      These would be the first set of antagonists in the first 4 seasons. This is the stage I refer to as the beginning of the apocalypse. After this there is a couple year timeskip were the world and the villains get bigger and have more elaborate plans. If you want to know more about them ask and you shall receive.

      Dude that's dope as hell !!!!

      OMG I so want to get into you story even if you happen to make it as a fan series on the wiki page all these ideas you have for you is amazing !! I mean really, as for the idea for the villian to be a secretary and him cracking up that is just genius and that idea devates this villain from a clone of The governor. I love that ! Also Alvin West's character too ! If a third series happen with TWD I would seriously want this type of villian to be on the show. I mean that is just totally unique !

      Thanks I was afraid West would be seen as too similar to the governor I'm glad to hear that you think West is a unique character.
      Even though the aspect of him is some what simialar that would still work like it can be like an Army or some king of veitrian war people who can be the governor type and Alvin's character still devates himself from a The governor clone sort of speak. I was also thinking you can add another antagonist in Season 5 of your story and they are called the Flesh Corpse. They can somewhat be The Hunters/Terminus and also The Whispers type group for your story and this guy name Keith Abernathy who eats people and human flesh and The Flesh Corpse also wears a human face flesh and Keith has a chainsaw kind of like Leatherface from Texas Chainsaw Massacre within the apocalypse. Keith tells Chris as Chris is killing him while wearing maybe to make you story more epic you can have Keith kill off one of the female survivors of Chris group and Chris hunts for revenge and survival. But as for my pitch before Chris takes action on to kill Keith he tells Chris "You have no idea what it's like to be hungry with no food and survival and how it feels like to be damned. I was about to kidnap one of your kids as well and maybe how about your daughter, Your Daughter seems to have pretty tainted meat. Chris says "Okay you sick Bastard" as he took out this meat cleaver on the kitchen counter wear Keith chops off his victims limbs. The Keith add "Oh you know I was wondering what would've taste like eating your sons liver with onions.Chris replies "Eat this you sick fuck !" and he decapitates Keith's head and stomps his head with anger. Chirs and survivors are continuing off to survive. Then in the mean time we can figure out what's next for Season 6. In fact you can have that as the cliffhanger ending for Season 5 and figure out where can we go from there on to Season 6.
      Thanks and I like your pitch idea howev I fear it'd be looked at as too close to the hunters/terminus. Also at that point there is already a character named Keith Baker who was introduced in season 3 as a member of the rebels.

      Season 5 would begin 5-6 years after season 4 and introduce Chris and the survivors to a larger world. The big bad of the season would be the Ramos Republic a militia/mini nation. Republic is led by commander Ramos I can't reveal a lot about the commander because there is a big misled about who the commander is. The commander and their top lieutenants are the big bad of the season and eventually lead to the next big bad of season 6.

      Cool that's even better !! That will really devate the story from the original series. Even though adding the TCM aspect on the villian it's still similiar to The Hunters/Terminus like you said. A Militia/mini nation aspect would be perfect. That makes this villian more unique and that dosen't make the story as a clone TWD series.
      Thanks the Ramos Republic is also only one of six nations. The others would be the Florida Federation also known as the southern raiders led by a chancellor. The Ohio union led by a president very similar to the former U.S. The Republic of Texas led by a General. The Nafive Tribunal Lands led by a native chief. Finally the The Oregon commonwealth led by a governor.

      At the end of season 5 Chris and the commander would find themselves facing the same enemy in the Florida federation. This leads Chris to form an uneasy alliance with Ramos and join the Republic to battle the federation in a large scale war along the southeastern coast of the U.S.A.

      I know at this point it's sounding less like a zombie show, but trust me they are still a threat. At this point they would have become a manageable threat, but still hold a threat in the way the nations use them against enemies plus in everyday survival.

      If you want to know the truth, see. That's another reason why I'm into The Walking Dead so much. In fact the point of The Walking Dead is about survival. Yeah sure you have to have zombies. But when you do a zombie show as for The Walking Dead  it's more to it than zombies being slaughterd the point is, it's the story and the concept that counts. In other words survival through the undead and humans. Your not safe within either one of them and actually the humans are more fierce than the dead. Which it's true because I mean you can take a knife or some kind of weapon and easily kill them. Humans you just don't know who to trust. That's what makes The Walking Dead epic. Yeah it's a zombie show but it's not just about zombies it's about people surviving through the dead and humans. By the way that's interesting about the villian is kind of a politic sort of thing were like you mention about this group The Oregon Commonwealth which was led from the governor. I like the cause and effect for these enemies and what are their motives. That's dope, That's the thing about The Walking Dead it's about survival. You know something JCB95? To bad realistically you won't be the showrunner for the third The Walking Dead series but, it would be cool to have this actually story on this TWD wiki as a fanfiction series. I would even go to even read such an interesting story like this even if you made it as a fan-mad series. I really enjoy some of the details to your story.

      Thanks yeah realistically I know I'd never be showrunner. I wish I did know someone in the industry so that I could make this a reality. I don't know if this wiki allows fan created content, I'll look into that and if not maybe I'll create a new thread or wiki page.

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      Too much guac and chips is not a thing. Educate yourself.

      Maybe not as a choice, but too much could kill you i guess.

      Are you implying I have physical limitations? You wouldn't like me when I'm triggered.

      *snorts sugar from a box of Sour Patch Kids*

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      Let's say Fear The Walking Dead is the first companion series and both show The Walking Dead and Fear are both 2 popular AMC shows and AMC decides to renew the series license when the regular series ends AMC has another series call Rise Of The Walking Dead and it takes place in Louisiana.It will be cool to see walkers crawling up from the swamp. Now the far as the protagonist we can't have a Rick Grimes clone let's say his name is Sam, before the apocalypse happened Sam's occupation was a medical examiner and not that the zombie apocalypse starts to occur he has to to what he has to do in order to take care and make sure his family is safe. Let's say Tory Kittles will protray the role of Sam. Why not right Madison is the female Rick Grimes in Fear so let's have a black Rick Grimes I mean it's 2017 right ? That was just what I had in mind for a third Walking Dead series and as the show continues we'll get a big bad let's say Season 2, or more than likely Season 3 Now the villians have to have a different motive they can't be a clone of The governor,or Gareth from Terminus, or not even Negan. The Villian has to be far from differnt as well. They can also travel to let's say New York or another setting to survive on like The Walking Dead and Fear all the characters have to travel to one  place to another kind of like refuge sort of thing like back in season 4 Rick and the survivors found The Sanctuary after the prison was destroyed, and now it's the Hilltop same with Fear first after they traveled from LA then they wen't to Mexico. So they can do some thing like Sam and his family came fromLouisianna and the safest place is let's say Chicago and they have to find the safest place and gather enough food and water and so in order to survive.

      This is just a hypothetically question and theory if you like this theory I for one am a fanatic of The Walking Dead and I'll never get sick or bored of The Walking Dead I wouldn't at all mind a second companion series with TWD so as a fan would you tune in for a series like this if AMC hypothetically happens to get another Walking Dead series?

      I love to hear other fans thoughts.

      I'd watch so long as it's not in Louisana it has to be in Washinngton, Oregon, or even Massachusetts 
      You should read my pitch it might be of interest to you.
      I'm more than interesting after finding out the casting and characters. Just one more question have you have any Villians Big-bads in mind like The Governor or Negan or The Whispers?
      The first villain I have is a guy named Tobias Holt he's a leader of a motorcycle gang who joins the group but is a driving point to show how you can't trust everyone.

      The second villain I have would be Lance who after seeing how Chris and Frank are pointing the group in potential danger enacts a coup to try and overthrow and kill all the loyalists that side with Chris, Frank and another character that would be introduced in season 2 named Roger.

      Season 3 would find the survivors in a military base possibly West Point. A minor villain would be one of the surviving soldiers who doesn't trust or think the group is value to them. However the big bad of season 3 would be a man named Alvin West. (Name may change due to the fact that I just realized it sounds similar to the actor Adam west.) West would be the leader of a camps makeshift militia hunting down former members of his camp. The former members who I refer to as the rebels end up crossing paths with and joining Chris after they rescued a couple members of Chris's group who were separated when the last camp got destroyed by lance's failed coup. West is a serial killer who escaped prison at the onset of the outbreak and now can kill in a law free world. West also brands the people he kills. The rebels didn't like the way their former camp was run so they planned to kill all the leaders (with a Bomb), but the plan failed and killed the leaders wife.

      Season 4 would start with the survivors joining a group of church survivors. However after realizing that the survors are being forced to to hand over survivors to another group Chris helps rescue both his people and the church survivors. The villain would be a man named Deacon Price the former secretary of the DOD who blames himself for the fall of the U.s.A and has become obsessed with finding a cure after losing his wife to the dead and that his son has a terminal illness and will die soon. He kidnaps survors and demands the church survivors offer him their people so he can run tests to find a cure. (Remember no cure) At the same time one of the church survivors believes that the apocalypse is the act of God and secretly plans to deliver all the survivors to God since they believe the apocalypse is the rapture.

      These would be the first set of antagonists in the first 4 seasons. This is the stage I refer to as the beginning of the apocalypse. After this there is a couple year timeskip were the world and the villains get bigger and have more elaborate plans. If you want to know more about them ask and you shall receive.

      Dude that's dope as hell !!!!

      OMG I so want to get into you story even if you happen to make it as a fan series on the wiki page all these ideas you have for you is amazing !! I mean really, as for the idea for the villian to be a secretary and him cracking up that is just genius and that idea devates this villain from a clone of The governor. I love that ! Also Alvin West's character too ! If a third series happen with TWD I would seriously want this type of villian to be on the show. I mean that is just totally unique !

      Thanks I was afraid West would be seen as too similar to the governor I'm glad to hear that you think West is a unique character.
      Even though the aspect of him is some what simialar that would still work like it can be like an Army or some king of veitrian war people who can be the governor type and Alvin's character still devates himself from a The governor clone sort of speak. I was also thinking you can add another antagonist in Season 5 of your story and they are called the Flesh Corpse. They can somewhat be The Hunters/Terminus and also The Whispers type group for your story and this guy name Keith Abernathy who eats people and human flesh and The Flesh Corpse also wears a human face flesh and Keith has a chainsaw kind of like Leatherface from Texas Chainsaw Massacre within the apocalypse. Keith tells Chris as Chris is killing him while wearing maybe to make you story more epic you can have Keith kill off one of the female survivors of Chris group and Chris hunts for revenge and survival. But as for my pitch before Chris takes action on to kill Keith he tells Chris "You have no idea what it's like to be hungry with no food and survival and how it feels like to be damned. I was about to kidnap one of your kids as well and maybe how about your daughter, Your Daughter seems to have pretty tainted meat. Chris says "Okay you sick Bastard" as he took out this meat cleaver on the kitchen counter wear Keith chops off his victims limbs. The Keith add "Oh you know I was wondering what would've taste like eating your sons liver with onions.Chris replies "Eat this you sick fuck !" and he decapitates Keith's head and stomps his head with anger. Chirs and survivors are continuing off to survive. Then in the mean time we can figure out what's next for Season 6. In fact you can have that as the cliffhanger ending for Season 5 and figure out where can we go from there on to Season 6.
      Thanks and I like your pitch idea howev I fear it'd be looked at as too close to the hunters/terminus. Also at that point there is already a character named Keith Baker who was introduced in season 3 as a member of the rebels.

      Season 5 would begin 5-6 years after season 4 and introduce Chris and the survivors to a larger world. The big bad of the season would be the Ramos Republic a militia/mini nation. Republic is led by commander Ramos I can't reveal a lot about the commander because there is a big misled about who the commander is. The commander and their top lieutenants are the big bad of the season and eventually lead to the next big bad of season 6.

      Cool that's even better !! That will really devate the story from the original series. Even though adding the TCM aspect on the villian it's still similiar to The Hunters/Terminus like you said. A Militia/mini nation aspect would be perfect. That makes this villian more unique and that dosen't make the story as a clone TWD series.
      Thanks the Ramos Republic is also only one of six nations. The others would be the Florida Federation also known as the southern raiders led by a chancellor. The Ohio union led by a president very similar to the former U.S. The Republic of Texas led by a General. The Nafive Tribunal Lands led by a native chief. Finally the The Oregon commonwealth led by a governor.

      At the end of season 5 Chris and the commander would find themselves facing the same enemy in the Florida federation. This leads Chris to form an uneasy alliance with Ramos and join the Republic to battle the federation in a large scale war along the southeastern coast of the U.S.A.

      I know at this point it's sounding less like a zombie show, but trust me they are still a threat. At this point they would have become a manageable threat, but still hold a threat in the way the nations use them against enemies plus in everyday survival.

      If you want to know the truth, see. That's another reason why I'm into The Walking Dead so much. In fact the point of The Walking Dead is about survival. Yeah sure you have to have zombies. But when you do a zombie show as for The Walking Dead  it's more to it than zombies being slaughterd the point is, it's the story and the concept that counts. In other words survival through the undead and humans. Your not safe within either one of them and actually the humans are more fierce than the dead. Which it's true because I mean you can take a knife or some kind of weapon and easily kill them. Humans you just don't know who to trust. That's what makes The Walking Dead epic. Yeah it's a zombie show but it's not just about zombies it's about people surviving through the dead and humans. By the way that's interesting about the villian is kind of a politic sort of thing were like you mention about this group The Oregon Commonwealth which was led from the governor. I like the cause and effect for these enemies and what are their motives. That's dope, That's the thing about The Walking Dead it's about survival. You know something JCB95? To bad realistically you won't be the showrunner for the third The Walking Dead series but, it would be cool to have this actually story on this TWD wiki as a fanfiction series. I would even go to even read such an interesting story like this even if you made it as a fan-mad series. I really enjoy some of the details to your story.
      Thanks yeah realistically I know I'd never be showrunner. I wish I did know someone in the industry so that I could make this a reality. I don't know if this wiki allows fan created content, I'll look into that and if not maybe I'll create a new thread or wiki page.

      Really I mean if you want you can even start a fan-made series on your blog right here on this wiki. I mean from each detail to detail of your story sounds not only epic but it not only blends in with TWD universe. But you deviate each per character from the original series and turned into an unclone The Walking Dead. Like far as the protagonist, the other characters far as connecting the dots one character is weaker than Daryl and one character that resembles Glenn I forgot the names but the character you created that so suppose to be the Glenn type character I assume he's going to be Chris's left arm for the group which is dope and at the same time you divated his character from Gleen as well.  I mean you have no idea what you have JCB95,hell even if you just put this story on your blog and just make a fan-made series to this story. It's just to good to just throw away. I'm not saying this just to butter you up even the casting is just extraordinary. I know one thing AMC is sure as hell missing out on a good showrunner which is you my friend. I love this story!

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    • Go on Fanfiction.net. Or Wattpad if your standards are low enough. I'd read that. Everyone would read that.

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