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  • NinjeticReflex7

    Circlejerk (look it up) title for attention!

    So this topic is flooding facebook.

    When asked if the possibility of Daryl being gay had been considered, Kirkman answered, “All I can say is that it’s been discussed. We have very specific ideas about Daryl’s sexuality (or the seeming lack thereof), and if there’s ever a quiet period in the show where he’s not consistently distracted by crossbowing… we’ll tackle it in the show.”

    When also asked if AMC would let the possibility of Daryl Dixon being gay fly, Kirkman responded, “For the record, they absolutely would.”


    This sounds kind of random, but what if this was true? This would be hilarious as fuck because all the teens in love would be depressed forever. Daryl is such a stale character rig…

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  • NinjeticReflex7

    Frank Darabont filed a suit against AMC last year, claiming wrongful termination when he was fired as showrunner from the smash hit The Walking Dead back in 2011. As the lawsuit moves through the discovery process, AMC have responded, and, not shockingly, they are not pleased.

    Frank Darabont Sues AMC Over The Walking Dead 01:50 AMC are alleging that Darabont sent a letter requesting "documents unrelated to the case." The network has countered with its own letter (which can be found in full here via Deadline), filed with Judge Eileen Bransten of the Supreme Court of New York.

    “Doubling down on their ill-conceived theory of the case," AMC's attorney Marc Kasowitz wrote, "Plaintiffs now seek to use discovery to conduct a fishing expedition thro…

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  • NinjeticReflex7

    So the battle of Terry just went down, he is probably dead, but probably isn't completely. So we have him be unknown. I agree with this, we don't speculate. Undead vs. Dead has been a status war for a long time. 

    Characters erupt in this war when walkers get to them, and they are left behind because they are not going to be saved. They have masses on them, then we do not see them again. 

    They are "dead". I believe that characters who are left behind are undead. I'll be focusing on a specific character's death scenario, being TV Series Patricia. I'll just be lazy and quote the page. Disregard the TV part of the title, the blog covers all mediums, but TV especially.

    As Patricia attempted to escape to the car with Lori, Beth, and Carol, a walker…

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  • NinjeticReflex7

    Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, numerous other shows. 

    "I'll stop watching (Show) if (Character) dies!"

    Characters die in any long term mature series.  It keeps things interesting. Why does it have to happen? Look at it this way. Hershel and Billy had to die. It was the best move. If they had stuck around, Maggie wouldn't go suicidal, then Maggie and Glenn wouldn't have as strong as a bond. Plus if Hershel AND Billy were around, it would mean Abe's group would get LESS screentime and less development. Also, what could they provide in a unique way? Deaths of characters push things in a new direction. Imagine if Lori stuck around. (On the road: Rick, I'm thirsty, you aren't raising Carl right, I need tampons, this is a bad decision like everyt…

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  • NinjeticReflex7

    So, as most people know, "400 days" features the stories of 5 different survivors, each with you making a major decision. This decision will play a factor in whether or not that survivor goes with Tavia in the Epilogue.

    For a while I was questioning 400 days playing into S2. It would be hard to make a ton of dialogue for the survivors based on your choices, but we have already seen Roman's corpse and Gil's pitstop. And then, we have Eddie in the Amid the Ruins selection. Apparently this episode will have multiple backgrounds, so maybe 400 days will correlate.

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