Telltale has put out a tweet early this morning stating that season 2 of Telltale's The Walking Dead will be released sometime this month, accompanied by an image of Clementine and Omid together.
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Telltale Games, creator of Telltale's The Walking Dead, have reportedly begun development on an adaptation of George R. R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire, better known as Game of Thrones. While not strictly Walking Dead related, I think its nice to hear the company that makes TWD is branching out some. IGN has more information so here's a link to the article made by them.Read more >
So for this blog, I'd like to discuss what role Clementine will play in the dynamic of whatever group she becomes a part of, if she even ends up with one. Obviously someone as young as her is less likely to be taken seriously by the adults, assuming she is about 11 years old at the time of season 2. How will Telltale design their groups for Season 2 in order to give Clementine an important role in the process of survival?
Personally, I think that Telltale may give Clem a smaller group, possibly with as few as one or two other people for her to work with. Now, when I look at the only other person we've been shown from Season 2, assuming he's with Clementine, I have to say that he could work with Clementine either as an adoptive father or as …Read more >
So You guys have all seen the trailer for Season 2 of Telltale's the Walking Dead Video Game, but one of the main (in fact, only) bits of information Telltale gave us was that time has passed between seasons. (Super informative guys, way to go). The image slider below shows images of Clementine before and after the inter-season timeskip, to help compare and contrast how she has grown since we've seen her last. Personally, at the time of the second photo, I think Clementine is probably about 11 or 12 years old, meaning the timeskip was likely at least two years. My evidence for this, based on the pictures, is as follows: *Clementine's neck is much more defined. *Much less of her body fits into the shot, showing that she has grown several in…Read more >
It was recently announced at SDCC that Steven Yeun (Glenn) would be joining the cast of Avatar: the legend of Korra, as Wan, the very first avatar, and will also be starring in several of his own episodes. While this news is not strictly Walking Dead related, I felt it warranted a blog post, just so I could squeeze in how amazing avatar is as a series and how you should totally watch it on netflix if you have'nt yet because its awesome and the best western anime ever.
back to the point, this IGN article mentions Yeun's new role, and This is a link to the Legend of Korra tumblr, where a trailer for season two of the show is being showed, and where Yeun's character can be seen for, like, 2 seconds.
Edit: Steven Yuen's character is the lanky ki…Read more >