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Discussion in 'Movies, Books, TV & Media' started by BlackMesa, Oct 16, 2011.
October is going to be a long wait. :c
I fucking lost it big time at this one.
I liked the T-Dog and 3-point turn one xD I laughed so hard watching that part on TV. Who the hell swings THAT wide?
Just caught the last episode. Mad shit. They've totally been waiting for this opportunity to kill off the dead-weight characters. I'm glad all the interesting ones are sill alive, though would've been nice for Lori and Carl to die. God they irritate me so much. I hate how Lori gets annoyed with Rick for killing Shane, when she basically told him to do it and if she hadn't boned him there probably wouldn't have been so much hostility in the first place. I did notice Rick is getting a little more...edgy now. He seems to be becoming a bit like Shane, especially when he mentioned it's not a democracy. He's going over the edge a bit. I think this is as far as I got in the comics, so I don't really know much more of what happens from here on out. Stoked for October. If they kill off Daryl or Hershel I will cry. I found Hershel boring to start with then he got badass.
Unlimited shotgun shells ftw
^haha exactly xD
This season is going to be crazy. At least it is in the comics!
Love the TV series, the quality has been ramping up!
The comic con season 3 trailer blew my mind. They must have upped their budget. I've got to hand it to AMC though, they've reinvented themselves from obscurity to basically being HBO's rival with how many critically acclaimed shows they've got now.
Walking Dead is a great show, I love the y way they have shown Zombie Apocalypse in it. I like the fact that the show is not only about horror but there are also drama, emotions and action in it.
especially considering it is a basic cable channel in the U.S
I remember reading an interview with Breaking Bad's Aaron Paul who said that Vince Gilligan tried shopping the show around to networks, including HBO, and they said that they couldn't envision a series out of the premise.
I'm sure they're probably rethinking that now.