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Wow...That was just terrible. I don't even want to explain it. You either get it or you don't. All I wish for right now is a comeback of Frank Darabont and AMC allowing him anything he would want to do. Seriously. Right now this series is going down hill.
Let me know if you agree or how you see this series at this point in comparison to the golden age that was S1 and S2 and what you think needs to change in order to re-establish that sense of greatness.
Neilow (talk) 10:15, February 25, 2013 (UTC)Read more >
First of all it's interesting to see how different discussions are on there. It's kinda refreshing because they seem to be more fast paced and emotional but at the same time I've come to realize that this also destroys your relationship with this series. It's just stupid arguing over spoilers and rumors and whatnot. Especially those Andrea haters...wtf is wrong with those people? Kinda crazy actually. From now on I won't be spending a single thought on what might happen and what could be better in the TWD universe. It just doesn't lead to anything good. It doesn't make sense. And so I've learned my lesson :D. From now on let's just enjoy the show and see what happens. And if you don't, you can always stop watching. I felt like I needed to …Read more >
That's all I'm asking you to tell me basically. No spoilers needed, just how you feel about it...
You know what I'm realizing now? The Walking Dead is turning into a normal TV show and that's what I'm afraid of. Frank Darabont was able to create something different. And for some reason this season doesn't feel like that to me. Maybe it's just because of the way they implemented all the action and woodbury. I'm not sure. What do you think?
Neilow (talk) 13:25, February 11, 2013 (UTC)Read more >
Let's get right into it:
I got this thought stuck in my head that either in the TV series or in the telltale game the survivors get the idea that it doesn't even have to be a bite but that a mere scratch caused by the walkers would be enough to turn you into one of them. Is that true or was that something they discovered before they knew that you just need to die in order for you to turn?
Edit: Right off the bat I want to apologize because I didn't make this clear enough. My question was: does a scratch kill you as well? I'm not talking about infection and stuff like that, we all know that everybody is infected per se. Regardless of that:thanks for your feedback!
Final edit: case closed thanks to RedGrimes!
Neilow (talk) 18:22, January 24, 2013 …Read more >
Since someone has been asking about this whole canon thing recently:
How come Glenn never mentioned he was with other survivors (as in the video game),neither in the comics( correct me if he does talk about it at a point in the comics I'm not at yet) or in the TV show? Sure you could say: he just never mentioned it but do you really think someone wouldn't do that?
Edit: I got the wrong idea from reading the article about "Glenn (Video Game)". So no worries, everything's fine :D
Neilow (talk) 22:35, January 19, 2013 (UTC)Read more >