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Comic Legends: The Big Lie That Launched The Walking Dead.

 

 

COMIC LEGEND:

Robert Kirkman lied to Image about The Walking Dead involving an alien invasion to get them to approve the book.

All through this weekend (and earlier in last week), I’ve been talking about the origins of Robert Kirkman’s The Walking Dead. When last we left our heroes, Robert Kirkman and Tony Moore, the pair of creators had re-pitched The Walking Dead as a more traditional zombie book after getting rejected as a futuristic zombie story and being told by Jim Valentino not to have the book be a spin-off of Night of the Living Dead. So Kirkman and Moore pitched Image with a more traditional, modern zombie story. THAT pitch was rejected because the opening seemed to boring, so Kirkman revamped it again to come up with the now-famous opening where Rick Grimes gets shot and ends up in a coma and when he wakes up from the coma, the world has been overrun by zombies.

However, even THAT didn’t get the book approved, as again, Image just thought that it sounded too, well, NORMAL. Everyone knows a zombie story, ya know?

So Robert Kirkman took one last crack and came up with a lie about the series that he sold to Image’s then-Marketing Director, Eric Stephenson, telling him,

“Look, you’re right, it does need a hook and that’s why after a few issues I’m gonna reveal that this is actually an alien invasion story. That these zombies are actually put on Earth by aliens and it’ll eventually be revealed that it’s this really cool sci-fi epic involving alien invasion. You know, the seeds will be planted very early on, but it will be a while before it’s actuallt revealed.”

Stephenson liked the idea and told Jim Valentino and they approved the book.

The Walking Dead #1 came out and it was very well-received and everyone liked it.

However, Stephenson then contacted Kirkman to tell him, “Hey, I read the first issue. It’s great. But I didn’t see any hints at this alien ivnasion plot that’s being set up. Is it gonna come in at #2 or #3 or whatever?”

Kirkman then came clean that he was not intending to actually tie aliens into the story (as noted in Wednesday’s Comic Book Legends Revealed) and the first issue had gone so well that they just let Kirkman do his own thing and, well, thank goodness that they did so!!

Thanks to Matt O. for the suggestion, thanks to Jamie Coville for telling me more about this stuff and thanks to Dave Marks at the Zombie Research Society for information about this and the rest of this weekend’s The Walking Dead-related legends! 

 

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Negan's Got a Gun In New "Walking Dead" Photo !!!!!

 

In Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard's "The Walking Dead" and its wildly successful AMC adaptation, Negan's unquestionable weapon of choice is Lucille, his trusty baseball bat that he keeps wrapped in barbed wire. He has it when we first meet him, and as fans of the show will soon learn, he rarely puts it down.

 

Sometimes though, a heavier-duty weapon is required, as exhibited in the latest photo to be released by AMC for the series' upcoming seventh season. In it, Negan -- stationed at a window -- appears to have just fired a fully automatic weapon at an unseen attacker (probably someone from Alexandria, or maybe even The Kingdom). And while he may have given Lucille a little break, he does have his other trademark with him -- namely, his ever-present shit-eating grin.

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Not much more is revealed by the photo beyond those details, but it could be hinting at the inevitable "All Out War" storyline making its way form the comics to television. The bottom line is, Negan's got a gun (and a bat), and Rick and company should be very afraid.

 

Source : CBR

 

 

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"Gotham" Enlists Former "Walking Dead" Star as the Mad Hatter !!!!!

Samuel will bring the Mad Hatter to "Gotham."

 

"Gotham" will welcome former "Walking Dead" star Benedict Samuel as the Mad Hatter in Season 3.

According to Deadline, this version of Jervis Tetch will be

a talented hypnotist teetering on the edge of madness. He arrives in Gotham with an unwavering desire to find his sister, Alice, a young woman who went missing in the city years ago. It is anyone's guess just how far down the rabbit hole he's willing to go in order to find her.

 

 

In the comics, Tetch -- aka the Mad Hatter -- is a scientist that uses his own mind-control control technology to control the minds of his victims. Though based on a children's book character, the character is sometimes portrayed as being severely mentally ill, with an underlying darkness to him. The character, who was co-created by Bill Finger, debuted in 1949's "Batman" #49.

Executive producer John Stephens revealed to CBR that the Mad Hatter would come to "Gotham" in Season 3 as early as May. However, no one had been announced for the role at the time.

In addition to his role as The Wolf in "The Walking Dead," Samuel has appeared in "The Beautiful Lie," "The Walk," "Secret City" and more.

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Walking Dead A Brief Snopsis of each issue !!!!!

 

The following is a list of issue from The Walking Dead with a brief synopsis of each issue .........

Volume 1: Days Gone Bye
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1 Issue 1 Rick Grimes wakes from a coma to a zombie infested world, and meets Morgan and Duane Jones. After Morgan gives insight into the situation, Rick sets out to Atlanta to find his missing wife and son.
2 Issue 2 Rick finally reaches Atlanta, and is escorted to a small camp of survivors where he is reunited with his wife and his son.
3 Issue 3 The survivors learn vital information from a walker. Rick's friend Shane grows jealous of Rick's sudden return.
4 Issue 4 Shane and Rick have a disagreement whether to stay or leave, and Rick feels the group needs more guns. Rick and Glenn make a trip into the city limits to get more guns, but not without trouble. Lori is keeping a secret from Rick.
5 Issue 5 Rick teaches the survivors how to shoot. Shane becomes increasingly angry at Rick. The camp suffers from casualties when it is attacked by zombies.
6 Issue 6 The group mourns for those that have died. Shane pulls a gun on Rick and is about to shoot him when Carl shoots him in the neck.

Volume 2: Miles Behind Us

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7 Issue 7 The group buries Shane and leaves the camp. They encounter a small group of survivors, Tyreese, Chris, and Julie. Lori reveals that she is pregnant.
8 Issue 8 Lori's pregnancy stirs the group. Dale has speculations over the father. The survivors find a potential safe-haven, Wiltshire Estates, but they fail to see a sign at the entrance warning "All Dead Do Not Enter".
9 Issue 9 The survivors settle into their newly found community. Their streak of luck is ruined when the group is attacked and Donna is killed. Weeks after, Carl is seriously wounded.
10 Issue 10 Survivors are taken to Greene Farm, where Carl regains consciousness. Hershel reveals what he has on his barn.
11 Issue 11 While trying to lure a walker into the barn, walkers flee and kill two of Hershel's children, causing him to come to his senses.
12 Issue 12 Rick's group are forced out from the farm, and stumble upon their new home, a prison.

Volume 3: Safety Behind Bars

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13 Issue 13 The survivors rid the newly found prison of walkers. Inside they find an interesting surprise, four surviving inmates.
14 Issue 14 Inmates give Rick's group a tour. Rick escorts Greene Family and Glenn back to Prison. Chris kills Julie in a suicide pact gone wrong.
15 Issue 15 Tyreese kills Chris in revenge, and the survivors learn something important. Rick visits Shane, Tyreese is abandoned, and Hershel loses once more.
16 Issue 16 Dexter is locked up, presumed to be the murderer. Tyreese is secured, and Andrea is attacked by the real murderer, Thomas.
17 Issue 17 Thomas wounds Andrea but she is saved by Rick. Rick establishes his new "You kill, you die" rule.
18 Issue 18 Maggie gets her revenge on Thomas after he attacks Patricia. Later, Dexter and Andrew are about to force Rick's group out of the Prison.

Volume 4: The Heart's Desire

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19 Issue 19 Rick kills Dexter after getting a chance during an attack of zombies. Michonne and Otis reach The Prison. Tyreese advises Rick to rethink his new rule.
20 Issue 20 While clearing the prison, Allen is bitten.
21 Issue 21 Rick amputates Allen's leg in order to save him. Carol caughts Tyreese having an affair with Michonne.
22 Issue 22 After finding Carol with her wrists slit, Rick blames Tyreese for her actions.
23 Issue 23 Rick and Tyreese get into a fight which quickly turns physical. In the meantime, Allen passes away, and Rick passes out mysteriously.
24 Issue 24 Rick wakes up and Dale informs him that he is no longer their only leader. Rick gives the group his "We are the walking dead" -speech.

Volume 5: The Best Defense

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25 Issue 25 Outside The Prison, survivors discover a helicopter.
26 Issue 26 Rick, Michonne and Glenn are tracking the helicopter, and find it crashed, with footprints on the ground.
27 Issue 27 Rick, Michonne, and Glenn encounter Woodbury, Georgia, The Governor and his men. The Governor informs them that they are feeding the walkers with strangers.

 

28 Issue 28 Locating Woodbury turns out to be a horrifying mistake. Rick wakes up in the town's hospital and is shocked by his loss.
29 Issue 29 After waking up, The Governor informs Rick that he let Glenn free and knows everything about the Prison.
30 Issue 30 Tyreese tries to track the missing survivors. The Governor reveals that he lied about letting Glenn free.

Volume 6: This Sorrowful Life

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31 Issue 31 The Governor hires Michonne to fight with one of the cage fighters. She executes the fighter quickly. Martinez tells Rick they have to leave immediately.
32 Issue 32 Survivors are gathered up and are leaving Woodbury behind. Not everyone makes it out alive, and Michonne goes to get her revenge on The Governor.
33 Issue 33 Michonne mutilates The Governor, leaving him for dead. She reaches the others and acts as if nothing had ever happened.
34 Issue 34 The survivors arrive at the Prison, but the sight isn't delightful.
35 Issue 35 The Prison is quickly secured, but not without losses. Rick realizes that Martinez is gone.
36 Issue 36 Rick tracks Martinez and kills him. Glenn proposes to Maggie. Rick tells everyone to be ready for Woodbury's attack.

Volume 7: The Calm Before

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37 Issue 37 Glenn and Maggie's wedding are held. A handful of Prison survivors take a trip outside due to lack of weapons. Lori tells Rick they need to talk about Shane.
38 Issue 38 Rick tells Lori he already knew about their relationship. The survivors outside, after finding some weapons, hide out in a store, when men from Woodbury, Georgia approach.
39 Issue 39 The threat in a store is eliminated, Dale is bitten and Judith is born.
40 Issue 40 Dale's infected limb is amputated and he manages to survive. In the shooting range, he looks at Tyreese and Andrea, jealously.
41 Issue 41 A little group brings a zombie inside for Alice. Andrea assures Dale she and Tyreese are just friends. Carol does something drastic.
42 Issue 42 Two weeks after Carol's death, Woodbury, Georgia finally reaches Prison, ready to fight.

Volume 8: Made To Suffer

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43 Issue 43 Flashback shows, how The Governor survived Michonne's torture. After a few weeks, he starts the assault on the Prison survivors.
44 Issue 44 The Governor opens fire, but the soldiers withdraw in the end. Rick faints due his injury.
45 Issue 45 Dale forms a little group and leaves the Prison. Rick states to those who stayed that they can't do this. Tyreese is captured by Woodbury, Georgia survivors.
46 Issue 46 The Governor brings Tyreese to The Prison and decapitates him in front of everyone, failing to get access to the Prison.
47 Issue 47 The Governor commits his final attack to The Prison and destroys the fences. Rick finds someone pointing a gun to Lori's head.
48 Issue 48 The assault claims a lot of casualties from both sides. Rick and Carl remain to be the only survivors.

Volume 9: Here We Remain

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49 Issue 49 Rick becomes unconscious, with his eyes glazed over.
50 Issue 50 Carl saves his father, and Rick wakes up for a moment, proving he's not dead.
51 Issue 51 Rick finally wakes up and finds a phone. He starts talking believing he is connected to Lori.
52 Issue 52 Michonne encounters Rick and Carl. The trio later discovers Glenn and Maggie.
53 Issue 53 The group reaches Hershel's Farm, where others have been hiding. In the morning, they discover three new survivors; Abraham, Rosita and Eugene.
54 Issue 54 Rick tells Carl not to trust anyone before the survivors leave Hershel's Farm.

Volume 10: What We Become

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55 Issue 55 Rick has a nightmare about Lori. Eugene discovers that zombies are getting weaker over time. Maggie attempts to hang herself.
56 Issue 56 Maggie is secured, and Rick and Abraham get into a serious disagreement about the situation.
57 Issue 57 Rick, Carl and Abraham take a trip to Atlanta to find an old friend. At night, they encounter three marauders, which they kill immediately. Abraham wants to reveal to Rick what happened to his family.
58 Issue 58 Rick and Abraham share their stories. The group finds Morgan, but his son has died and turned. Morgan is unable to shoot him.
59 Issue 59 Morgan joins the group. Survivors encounter The Herd and start to run.
60 Issue 60 The group reaches the rest, and tell them they have to leave. Ben doesn't seem alright, and Dale isn't satisfied with Rick's decisions.

Volume 11: Fear The Hunters

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61 Issue 61 Ben suddenly murders Billy, and the group discuss about possibly having to kill him. Gabriel reaches the group. Ben is shot by Carl. Survivors are watched by two men.
62 Issue 62 After mourning for the twins, Dale goes missing.
63 Issue 63 The group search for Dale, and Gabriel is suspected. The Hunters have a meal off Dale.
64 Issue 64 Dale reveals something to his hijackers. Dale is secured later on and Rick realizes they're being toyed with by the attackers.
65 Issue 65 The group goes to execute The Hunters.
66 Issue 66 The Hunters are killed, and Dale dies to his wounds. Carl reveals to Rick he killed Ben.

Volume 12: Life Among Them

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67 Issue 67 Weeks after Dale's death, Rick and Carl have time to talk about Ben. Eugene reveals something to the group. A new survivor appears.
68 Issue 68 Everyone recommends to leave with Aaron, but Rick still has his suspicions over him.
69 Issue 69 The survivors reach their new home; Alexandria Safe-Zone.
70 Issue 70 The group settles in to their new home. The place seems safe enough, but who is Davidson?
71 Issue 71 Rick swears if they ever were to be driven away, they would take the place over.
72 Issue 72 Alexandria community are having a party for the survivors. Rick tells Glenn they would have to get their guns back.

Volume 13: Too Far Gone

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73 Issue 73 Abraham saves Holly from certain death, and Tobin's actions in the past are questioned. Glenn gets the guns.
74 -74 Glenn and Heath make a run to the town. Gabriel reveals something to Douglas.
75 -75 Rick tries to deal with a resident who beats his family, but is stopped by Michonne. Supply runners discover a new group outside the town.
76 Issue 76 Douglas and Rick reveal to each other what they've been through. Carl later discovers Rick talking on the phone to Lori.
77 Issue 77 Pete's actions force Rick to shoot him, and a group of scavengers start to head to Alexandria.
78 Issue 78 The threat is dealt with, and Douglas states the community needs Rick as a leader.

Volume 14: No Way Out

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79 -79 The survivors discover a massive herd outside Alexandria.
80 25808 walkingdead80cov The Herd claims it's first victim. Jessie Anderson kisses Rick.
81 Walking-dead82 Herd breaks in to Alexandria, causing more losses.
82 82 Morgan is wounded, and dragged to safety. Rick assures everyone he's not going to help anyone except his own to survive.
83 83c0ver Morgan dies to his wounds. Outside Rick suffers from massive losses. Carl is seriously injured.
84 107999 337438 3 The survivors defeat all walkers and learn they're a manageable threat.

Volume 15: We Find Ourselves

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85 Issue 85 The Survivors clean up Alexandria and mourn for those who have died. They start to discuss measures and actions that have to be taken for the future. Carl shows signs of being alive.
86 97490 s0 Carl's actions were false alarm, but he is still alive. Rick states that he believed in the potential of the community to give them the power to survive in the future.
87 WD87 Rick mourns for the Anderson family, and tries again to talk to Lori, who is mad about what happened to Carl. Carl wakes up and asks where his mother is.
88 Walkingdead cover 88 Rick tells Carl what happened to Lori and Judith. Nicholas plans to take over Alexandria.
89 Walking dead 89 cov 2x3 Rick makes clear how wrong Nicholas' actions are.
90 1310839016 Nicholas calms down and retreats to his house. Carl is released from the hospital. Rick and Andrea kiss.

Volume 16: A Larger World

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91 -91 cover Survivors are running out of food. Someone is watching Alexandria.
92 Walking dead 92 web 72 Survivors encounter the unknown observer, Paul, who reveals he came from a big commuity, where almost two hundred other survivors live.
93 Issue-93-Cover Rick stuns Paul fearing they might have been targeted by hostile survivors. Rick swears he is going to take everything the new community has if Paul is lying.
94 The Walking Dead Issue 94 Cover Survivors take a trip to Hilltop Colony, and Rick slowly starts to trust Jesus.
95 Issue-95-Cover Rick tackles a man after he stabs the leader, and kills him immediately with his own knife.
96 Issue-96-Cover The Hilltop Colony residents are shocked about the murder of Ethan. Paul starts to explain the situation regarding 'The Saviors', who keep the area clean from zombies but require half of Hilltops supplies as payment. Everyone agrees that Rick's group is able to defeat them. On the way to the Safe-Zone Rick states they can finally start living.

Volume 17: Something To Fear

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97 Issue 97 Something To Fear (Part 1) Rick's group encounter members of The Saviors, and after dealing with most of them Rick tells the last one to pass a message on to Negan. Maggie reveals she's pregnant. Abraham and Eugene slip outside in hopes that they can restore their ammunition not knowing they are watched by a group of men.
98 The Walking Dead -98 Cover Outside Abraham is killed, as the rest of the Saviors withdraw. Rick replies to his death he doesn't know what to do.
99 The-walking-dead-99 Rick and a few others drive to the Hilltop Colony, hoping to get help with defeating The Saviors. A group of Saviors plan to attack the Safe-Zone at dawn.
100 Twd100cover adlard Rick's group is ambushed by a large group of Saviors, and Negan. He sets off boundaries by beating Glenn's head in with a baseball bat.
101 Walking-Dead-101-Cover-666x1024 The group reaches Hilltop Colony. With Jesus among them, the group gets back to Safe-Zone only to see the aftermath of a failed attack by The Saviors. Dwight is being held captive by Andrea.
102 Walking Dead 102 Rick decides to let Dwight go in order to prevent more deaths. Rick sends Paul Monroe out to follow him and find out more information about The Saviors.

Volume 18: What Comes After

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103 Cover 103 Rick reveals his plan to Andrea, to go against The Saviors, which he set in motion with Jesus. Negan pays a visit to Safe-Zone to receive their offering.
104 The-Walking-Dead-104-Cover Rick tells everyone Negan is now in charge. Carl hides in The Saviors' van, and kills several of them after he is discovered. He is stopped violently by Dwight until Negan tells him to stop and asks "is that any way to treat their new guest?".
105 Walkingdead105 1a Negan gives Carl a tour on The Saviors' base and later on, humiliates Carl for killing his men. Afterwards he tries to figure out what to do with Carl.
106 Walking-Dead-106-Cover After realizing Carl is missing, Rick pays a visit to Negan only to hear that Negan is anxious to show him what he has done to Carl.
107 The-Walking-Dead-107-Cover Negan returns Carl back to Rick and says that he can be reasonable. Back at the safe-zone Jesus reveals to Rick that it's time he introduces him to a man by the name of Ezekiel.
108 TheWalkingDead108 p1 Rick and Paul are escorted to Ezekiel, the leader of The Kingdom. Dwight reveals his intentions of wanting to help them take down their common enemy, but Rick doubts his true allegiances.

Volume 19: March To War

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109 The Walking Dead 109 Cover Rick starts to set his plan to take down The Saviors. Jesus does the same at the Hilltop Colony, but is betrayed by Kal, who flees to go warn The Saviors.
110 110CoverFull Jesus is able to prevent Kal from informing The Saviors of the resistance movement. Rick leads a small group of survivors to The Kingdom.
111 The-Walking-Dead-111-Cover Survivors bring their forces together at The Kingdom. Negan arrives at Alexandria to collect the offering. He is approached by Spencer, who wants him to kill Rick and appoint him leader of the Safe-Zone. Negan dislikes his lack of courage and kills him.
112 The-Walking-Dead-112-cover Rick finds out what happened to Spencer and decides to kill Negan. After opening fire Negan reveals another dozen Saviors stationed outside the walls.
113 The-Walking-Dead-114-cover Negan is about to execute his attackers. Andrea is ambushed.
114 Walking-Dead-114-Cover Negan's execution attempt is outrageously interrupted, causing multiply Saviors to die and the rest to withdraw. Andrea is secured. Negan realizes they are going to war.

Volume 20: All Out War - Part 1

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115 Issue 115 cover Soldiers from Alexandria, Hilltop, and Kingdom travel to The Sanctuary, and ask Negan to surrender. Gregory announces that the Hilltop is allied with The Saviors.
116 116Full Negan refuses the offer. Rick and his army suffer from casualties, and Holly makes a dangerous decision. Rick announces to everyone that the war has only just begun.
117 Issue 117 cover Rick prepares his men for the next move, and The Sanctuary is surrounded by roamers. Negan shows Holly in a gruesome way that Saviors are not monsters.
118 Issue 118 cover Maggie tells Gregory off for his cowardliness, and says she believes in Rick. Rick's men start to attack one of the outposts, not without casualties. Ezekiel feels ashamed for his actions.
119 119 Cover In the aftermath of attacking the outposts, Negan starts an assault on the Alexandria Safe-Zone.
120 120 Cover An assault hits Alexandria.

Volume 21: All Out War - Part 2

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121 Issue 121 cover After the destruction of Alexandria, the remaining survivors move to Hilltop. Eugene and his ammunition crew are captured by The Saviors.
122 Issue 122 cover Dwight assures Eugene he'll help him escape, with help from a new ally. All the communities are gathered together at the Hilltop, and Negan plans an attack there with gruesome tactics.
123 TWD-cover-123-dressed Carson leads Eugene and his crew to safety, with more allied Saviors. After breaking in to Hilltop, Negan forces Dwight to shoot Rick.
124 TWD-cover-124-dressed Saviors retreat from Hilltop, and the survivors realize that no matter how minor wound one retrieves from the modified weapons they will die, among them Rick.
125 Issue 125 cover The survivors wounded by The Saviors begin to pass. Rick realizes he has been shot with a clean bolt and convinces Negan how they could live together, he then swiftly slashes Negan's throat open.
126 Issue 126 cover The war ends, and Rick saves Negan's life. Negan is informed he will be proven wrong about the surviviors rebuilding the civilization.

Volume 22: A New Beginning

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127 Wd-cover-127-dressed-small Two years after the events of "All Out War", the survivors have gotten more into building their society, and finally started living their lives. Carl reveals to Negan, now a prisoner, that he still wants him dead.
128 128 Andrea questions Magna, while Rick allows Carl to become an apprentice. Two Hilltop residents struggle outside the communities, and Magna assures her group they'll find out what Alexandria is hiding from them.
129 TWD129 cover Rick and Carl start their journey to Hilltop, but the route isn't as safe as it seems. Ken is seriously hurt, and Magna encounters Alexandria's secret.
130 TWD130 cover2 Rick and Carl reach the Hilltop and are greeted by Maggie. Marco leaves Ken behind, and returns to the Hilltop with a strange revelation.
131 TWD131 cover Maggie sends out a search party for the missing Ken. Later, Rick and Maggie have a heart to heart as Carl moves in to the Hilltop. Meanwhile, Andrea faces new problems.
132 132 Cover Magna and her group confront Andrea in her house. Meanwhile, Dante fights against a group of survivors who wear zombie skins to blend in.

Volume 23: Whispers Into Screams

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133 133 Cover A new group of survivors, who call themselves The Whisperers, are brought to light with a threatening mission.
134 TWD134-666x1024 Jesus manages to survive his encounter with The Whisperers and brings back a captured female member to the Hilltop. Meanwhile, Carl protects Sophia from a group of bullies, but goes a little too far in doing so.
135 Better135 Carl faces the consequences of his actions while it is revealed that the Whisperer Paul has captured is a 16 year old girl. Meanwhile, parents of the bullies, fed up with Maggie's leadership, begin planning to dethrone Maggie as their leader when Gregory insists that they kill her.
136 TWD136 coverFULL1 Though the families of the bullies who attacked Sophia and Carl decline Gregory's plan. They ultimately come to terms with him on one condition, they kill Carl too. Meanwhile, Carl and Lydia form a bond as Maggie and Paul put the pieces together. Outside the Hilltop, The Whisperers await their leader as they spy on the community.
137 Issue137 Carl and Lydia continue to bond as Maggie and Jesus try to figure out what to do. After a short confrontation with one of the parents of the children beaten by Carl. Gregory invites Maggie to his trailer where he attempts to poison her. However, he is found out by Paul shortly after drugging her.
138 TWD138 cover Gregory is subdued and Maggie survives the botched poisoning while Lydia begins to open up how different her world is compared to the Hilltops. Just then, The Whisperers leader arrives with a proposition and not all are happy.

Volume 24: Life And Death

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139 Issue139Cover Ezekiel is having fun dispatching some walkers near a port when Rick arrives with a small convoy. Meanwhile, Maggie and the others struggle to find Carl who has been taken in by The Whisperers. Back at the pier, Ezekiel and Rick discuss the upcoming fair when a familiar face arrives.
140 TWD 140 Gregory pleads that he has been framed and insists that he is innocent of any wrong doing, but to no avail. Maggie and Paul discuss what to do with him when Maggie comes to the realization that they may have to kill him. Back at Alexandria, a dangerous mishap occurs.
141 Issue 141 Cover A leader steps down while a surprise waits for Rick. Fates are discussed, and one is decided.
142 Issue 142 Cover Carl butts heads with the leader of The Whisperers, Alpha. Interested in their communities, she manages to infiltrate the fair as Rick gets word that his son has gone missing.
143 Issue 143 Cover Rick forms a search party for Carl and meets The Whisperers face to face with a threat that is all too real.
144 Issue 144 Cover Lines are crossed and all sides pay the price.

Volume 25: No Turning Back

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145 TWD145 Cover The aftermath.
146 Walking-Dead-146 After revealing the group's losses, a call for action turns ugly. Eugene has a plan.
147 147 Lydia is sent away with Carl and Andrea for her protection, but she suspects something more. Michonne has an a epiphany.
148 Issue 148 Cover Alpha comes to terms with her loss meanwhile, Dwight struggles to find a purpose. The communities grow restless, forcing Rick to find help from an unlikely source.
149 Walking-Dead-149-cover-900 Trouble begins to brew as Rick realizes what he has to do. Dwight makes a decision.
150 Walking-dead-150-cover Rick's plan is revealed, but not before restless members of the community try to take matters into their own hands.

Volume 26: Call To Arms

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151 The-walking-dead-151-cover-medium Dwight becomes the leader of Rick's newly formed militia who gets an unexpected volunteer. Elsewhere, Eugene is surprised while working on a radio.
152 TWD152 Cover Dwight continues to train new recruits. Rick is confronted by a vengeful youth.
153 The-Walking-Dead-153 Cover In spite of Rick, Brandon frees Negan with a plan to destroy both Rick and The Whisperers.
154 The-walking-dead-154-cover Negan's plan is set into motion as he is taken in by The Whisperers and meets Alpha. Aaron and Michonne cross the border in pursuit but are stopped and confronted by The Whisperer's monstrous second-in-command, Beta.
155 The-walking-dead-155 cover Michonne and Aaron are saved by Dwight and his men, but not before Aaron is severally injured. The two rush to the Hilltop for aid leaving Dwight as he realizes they have just committed an act of war. Meanwhile, Negan tries to swoon Alpha and begins to offer valuable information in exchange for joining their group.
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Who Is Negan ? Who are ther Saviors ? Keep reading to find out . * Spoiler Alert * If you have not read the comic Books Series!!!!!

Who Is Negan?

With his leather jacket and massive frame, Negan is a hulking presence in every panel he appears. This is amplified by his dialog, an unnerving stream of profane politeness that would make the characters on Deadwood blush. He is without a doubt the most worthy — and most terrifying — motherf#@%ing foe Rick and crew have ever faced.

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Forget about the Governor. Forget about the cannibals at Terminus. You can even forget about the 1,000-strong horde of zombies currently overwhelming Alexandria. Negan is it.

In the comic, he’s the leader of the Saviors, a group that “protects” surrounding communities from the walker hordes by demanding half of each community’s supplies in exchange. In other words, it’s a classic protection racket, held together by a brutal code of honor established by Negan that punishes disobedience with a visit from his fetishistic companion, a baseball bat wrapped in barbed wire that he affectionately calls Lucille.

Rick crosses paths with Negan after Alexandria comes in contact with the Hilltop, a community under the Saviors’ protection. The resulting power struggle leaves multiple major characters dead and sparks an all-out war between the factions.

Why Are Comic Fans Freaking Out?

Negan is the most compelling character in The Walking Dead universe, and his appearance shakes up the narrative in a way not seen since the original outbreak. He repels you, and yet at the same time you crave to see what he does next, because it’s rarely predictable.

But what really draws you in about Negan is that in retrospect, there’s an internal logic to his behavior — it’s just warped by his outsized id and the knowledge that after the world ends, the one making the rules is the one swinging the biggest, baddest bat. He respects strong-willed people like Rick and Carl even when they’re actively working to destroy him because they conform to his moral code, in the same way he eviscerates a potential double agent because he doesn’t have the “guts” to face his problem head-on.

Oh, and also? He and his men are responsible for the deaths of two major characters who are currently alive on the TV show.

Comic fans have long debated how the showrunners would adapt Negan. His aggressively extreme characteristics seem difficult to bring to non-premium TV — even on the boundary-pushing AMC. Some wondered if Negan’s arc would appear at all, a rumor comic creator Robert Kirkman stoked when he joked that the show’s pacing meant that they’d get to Negan by “somewhere like Season 12.”

Jeffrey Dean Morgan  as Negan .

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PLEASE KEEP IN MIND THE TV SERIES AND THE COMIC BOOK SERIES HAS A DIFFERENT SCRIPT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The Saviors are a large group of antagonistic survivors who were mentioned in "A Larger World" and first appeared in "Something To Fear". The Saviors use a large factory surrounded by a wall of impaled and tied zombies as their base.

Overview

Post-Apocalypse

The Saviors were, at the beginning, individual survivors. Each member presumably met at the Hilltop Colony. Sometime after the Colony was established, a separate group had formed within the colony, led by a man named Negan, to kill nearby zombies in the area. Judging by their members, the group consisted of the more physically strong and violent members of the Colony.

Soon, Negan's crew had become one of the largest organized survivor groups in the apocalyptic world. They became more and more violent with their ways as they grew in numbers and confidence, and they eventually degraded into committing crimes against other living survivors, which included murder, blackmail, theft, rape, and other various transgressions.

At some point, Negan dubbed his group the Saviors, demanding half of all the rations and supplies from the Hilltop Colony. If the Saviors did not get what they wanted, they gave out deadly messages or severe beatings. In return, the Saviors would kill all zombies surrounding the Hilltop Colony. It is unknown if the Colony had initially resisted the demands, but it is known that they submitted to the Saviors' wishes and followed through with the process for sometime before Rick's group had encountered the Hilltop residents.

The Saviors' main base of operations has shown to be in a heavily fortified factory with a secure fence surrounding it. The only entrance has shown to be surrounded by a horde of chained and impaled undead, supposedly to discourage intruders from attacking, and which forces entries and exits into a small path only big enough for a single vehicle or a few people on-foot without the risk of being eaten by the surrounding undead. Dwight referred to the base as the "Sanctuary". [1]

The Saviors possessed roughly 70 members before the war, a number of them having taken position around various parts of the wasteland watching each survivor community, including several surrounding the Alexandria Safe-Zone. One particular outpost is located within a few miles walking distance from the Alexandria Safe-Zone, with a female member present, revealing the Saviors have women within their ranks. [1][2]

As Rick's group returned to the Alexandria Safe-Zone from the Hilltop Colony, they were confronted by a four-man squad of Saviors, who demanded that they turn over their goods in the name of Negan. As Rick Grimes had never dealt with the Saviors before, he made the decision to oppose their demands and signaled to Andrea to attack. Andrea shot two of the Saviors to their deaths while Michonne leaped out of the van and decapitated another. Rick informed the surviving Savior, who appeared to be the four-man squad's ringleader, to return to Negan with a message: the Saviors no longer need to protect the Hilltop Colony and that, as they demanded the colony, they owed Ricks' group half of their supplies now.

The remaining Savior fled while Rick and the others returned to the Alexandria Safe-Zone. Later, Rick held a meeting and told the residents of the agreement he made with Paul Monroe and Gregory about protecting the colony from the Saviors, referring to them as hot air and a lesser threat, and promised that they would not be much trouble. Rick then asked if anyone disagreed to protect the Hilltop Colony in exchange for food; no one objected and the decision was made. The next day, early in the morning, Abraham Ford and Eugene Porter left for several stores to collect spent bullet casings and tools to make new ammo. Eugene pressed Abraham to make the journey.

However, Eugene was unaware of the Saviors' planned retaliation attack for the deaths of three of their group by the hands of Michonne and Andrea, as Rick had wished to wait until morning to tell them of the new threat. While the two conversed, the topic led to Rosita Espinosa, Abraham's former girlfriend. Abraham told Eugene that he regretted the way he had treated Rosita and left her, and expressed that even though he no longer loved her, that he genuinely hoped Eugene could bring Rosita happiness the way Holly had brought him happiness.

However, Abraham was then abruptly struck with a crossbow arrow through the back of his head and out his eye, effectively killing him. Dwight, a member of the Saviors who fired the arrow, then took a stunned Eugene hostage.

The Saviors used Eugene to lead them to the Alexandria Safe-Zone and demanded that Rick let them in. Rick refused, and a firefight ensued which led to almost a dozen Saviors deaths. Eugene used the commotion to bite Dwight in the crotch and escape death as Dwight and the remaining members retreated. Rick and Andrea chased the Saviors to kill them, but instead of finding any of them, they found Abraham's corpse being gnawed on by a zombie.

After they disposed of the zombie, they brought back Abraham's body for burial in Issue 98. Late in Issue 99, a small group of Saviors spied on the colony with one Savior telling the others to inform Negan that they will attack at dawn.

Rick led a group of Community survivors which included Michonne, Carl, Glenn, Maggie, Sophia, and Hilltop Colony[Hilltop Colony following the death of Abraham. Along the way, they realized they had underestimated the length of time it would take to reach Hilltop, and decided to stop on the roadside for the night. At some point during the night, a group of four Saviors snuck up on their vehicle and captured Rick. His captor ended up being the Savior who Rick had let live earlier in order to deliver a message to Negan. The group of four alerted Negan, along with a bulky group of Saviors in the area, that they had captured Rick.

Negan arrived with his fellow Saviors and proceeded to taunt the group while attempting to mentally break Rick before the others. He proceeded to inform them that they and the Alexandria Safe-Zone were now property of the Saviors. In retribution of the violence towards his men, he told them that one of them would die from his favorite weapon, "Lucille", a baseball bat wrapped with barbed wire.

Before the decision was made of who to kill, Negan threatened to have Carl raped if Rick continued to resist his rule. He also personally threatens to rape Rick before the group as well as point out his discomfort with being considered racist, so he decided to use the "eenie-meenie" method to select his victim, who was eventually revealed to be Glenn.

After Glenn was brutally beaten to death before the others, Rick promised to kill Negan one day. Before leaving, however, Negan beat Rick with his bare hands, telling the group that they were to now answer to the Saviors and that they would be in Alexandria in one week to pick up their "offering". Rick begrudgingly accepted their new rule over the group, only in hopes that it would let them kill Negan and drive off the Saviors in the future, though this was met with anger by the others. To this end, he released their only captive of the attack on the safe-zone, Dwight. However, he prompted Paul to follow behind in hopes that he could find out where it is the Saviors are located.

As Paul carefully followed Dwight back towards the Saviors base, Negan made well on his promise to return to Alexandria for their offering. His Saviors proceeded to interact with the safe-zone while Negan talked with Rick about the lay-out and emasculate him before the group, forcing Rick to give up the majority of Denise's narcotics. As Negan lead his group out of Alexandria, neither he or Rick noticed that Carl had climbed aboard one of his cargo trucks.

Upon Dwight's return to the Saviors base, others had found that he was being followed and captured Paul as a result of this. Having deduced Rick's true intentions, Dwight had Paul brought back to the base only to find he had escaped, thus causing him to "forget" it had ever happened.

The base, once a type of mill or factory, is revealed to be surrounded by a wall of piked zombies, still alive but stuck on poles and spears dug into the ground. Once inside the base, Negan returns as well and the Saviors are shocked to discover that Carl Grimes had in fact stowed away with them. Carl proceeds to kill six saviors using Abraham's automatic rifle, before losing control to it's rapid-burst and running out of ammo. Dwight violently attacks the child, only to be stopped by Negan who has shown further interest in the young child and gives him a small tour of the location.

It is revealed that the Saviors are in fact a cult of sorts, the followers of Negan bowing and chanting to his every word as if he were a Pharaoh in ancient Egypt. The people are divided amongst those closest to Negan, such as guards, henchman and his multiple "wives", as opposed to the common followers who live on a point-system that is intended to replace monetary value in bartering. Carl witnesses to this end, the brutality of Negan's rule as he subjects one of his newer wives' former lover to a ritual punishment, as the wife and lover had reunited in Negan's absence. The man has his face mutilated by a scalding cloth-iron, which Negan presses against his face before pulling away, peeling back the flesh and melted skin which leaves the victim permanently deformed or, "marked with shame".

Sometime after the failed attacks on Alexandria, Negan began personally visiting the Safe-Zone himself along with some of his trusted men. Prior to his arrival though, Negan set up several outposts around the community and positioned scouts outside of their walls before arriving to pick up his demanded supplies.

The members of The Saviors seem to possess great accuracy in their weapon use as they easily were able to shoot the pistols out of the hands of Rick, Holly, Heath, and Nicholas from a distance while taking cover. This is also apparent as a sniper on top of The Sanctuary managed to score two headshot kills, as Rick confronted Negan with his militia, before being killed himself.

All Out War

After Negan manages to escape Alexandria, the Saviors gear up for war against Alexandria and the Hilltop. Their sanctuary is nearly compromised in the attack, as the noise from the battle attracts walkers from around the area and forces them to barricade themselves inside, though Holly is captured in the process. The Saviors and Rick's army engage in several battles, with the Saviors losing outposts and men before they take the fight to Alexandria and inflict severe damage, forcing its inhabitants to retreat to the Hilltop.

Negan instructs the Saviors to begin using infested weapons to ensure their opponents' demises, and they proceed to the endgame at the Hilltop. The two groups fight once more, and during the battle Negan instructs Dwight to hit Rick with an arrow (which he assumes is covered in walker guts), which he does. The Saviors retreat after the militia takes countermeasures against their attacks.

Negan returns to the Hilltop the next day, but his leadership is usurped and Negan incapacitated in a joint effort from Dwight and the militia to end his reign. Negan is handed over to them, and Dwight assumes leadership of the group, effectively ending the war. It is unknown what happened to them after the two-year timeskip.

Post-War

The Saviors are thriving under Dwight's leadership and are part of the community network. However, it's revealed that at least half of the Saviors are not satisfied with the new policy, and still do not trust Rick.

 

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Walking Dead *Something To Fear Synoposis * # Issue 97 • 98 • I99 • 100 • 101 • 102 Catch Up !!!!

 

Something To Fear is the seventeenth volume of Image ComicsThe Walking Dead that includes issues 97-102.

Rick and his group confront the Hilltop Colony's enemy, The Saviors, a group of brutal people led by a man named Negan. However, Rick severely underestimates The Saviors and does not take them seriously as something to be feared until some of his best friends begin dying in brutally savage ways. In the end, Rick is forced into an ultimatum that puts the lives of everyone in Alexandria on the line.

Plot Synopsis

Gabriel Stokes is keeping a church service for survivors outside. After it, Abraham asks Maggie if everything is alright, as he sees her holding her stomach. Maggie convinces him that she is fine.

Abraham goes to see Eugene, who begins planning to create more bullets for everyone. Abraham asks how Rosita is doing. Eugene tells him that she's fine and she doesn't want to see him, implying that they are in a relationship. After Abraham leaves, Rosita tells Eugene that she and him are not together. Eugene admits he was just trying to mess with Abraham.

Meanwhile, Heath is keeping watch for any zombies at the gate. Abraham hopes Rick and others will be back soon. On the way to Alexandria Safe-Zone, Rick and his squad hear a motorcycle from behind their van; a squad of Saviors are following them. An unnamed member tells them to stop their vehicle. After noticing that they aren't from Hilltop, the man claims that they "must give a different tribute" to Negan and demands that they give up all their supplies as opposed to just half. Rick assumes the one talking is Negan; the Savior claims everyone in their group are "Negan". Rick doesn't grant his command and has Michonne and Andrea kill three members of his group, still leaving the one speaking alive. Rick tells him to report back to Negan and tell him to stop harassing the Hilltop Colony. As the savior leaves, Carl says he remembers his father murdered one of the Marauders with a knife before Rick tells him to get back in the van.

Rick and others arrive back at the Safe-Zone with the supplies. Maggie goes to hug Glenn. She reveals to him that she is pregnant.

Rick holds a meeting and tells everyone what happened outside. Rick says they have to put some people in danger in order to defeat the Saviors, but not to make an army. He asks that if anyone objects to the plan, they are free to speak their mind; no one objects to the plan. Later, in Rick's house, Andrea talks to him about starting a relationship and says that she is happy Rick stopped being a coward.

The next morning, Abraham and Eugene leave the Safe-Zone without telling anyone, in order to find some ammunition. They are watched by three unnamed men, assumed to be Saviors.

Abraham tells Eugene that he's noticed that the latter has lost some weight, possibly to attract Rosita. Eugene says she sees it, but doesn't believe that he has a chance with her. Abraham says he just needs to be less unusual than other guys to get her to like him. He also says that although he still has some feelings for Rosita, he just wants her to be happy whether he is with her or not. Then, Dwight, one of the Saviors, shoots an arrow into Abraham's head, killing him. Eugene grabs Abraham's gun, but is taken as a hostage by Dwight and three other Saviors. Dwight says that if Rick and the others had not killed their friends along the way back from the Hilltop, they wouldn't have killed Abraham. One of the saviors tells Dwight that Eugene is not in a situation of power; they still decide to use him as a bargaining chip and has him lead them back to Alexandria.

Meanwhile, Carl goes to Rick's room and finds him along with Andrea, indicating that Rick and Andrea had sex. Carl then says Rick does not have to say anything about sex, Rick replies and says that it would be uncomfortable for both him and Carl. Then the two hear Abraham's machine gun and Rick goes to see why and who was shooting and tells Carl to stay at home. Dwight appears outside the Alexandria gates and demands Rick let him in with a large group of saviors. Rick asks Dwight, what the response was to his message he gave to the savior on the road. Dwight says that Negan did not take kindly to the message and once again demands Rick open the gate or they will kill Eugene. Eugene then bites Dwight in the crotch, injuring him. One of the other Saviors tries to get at Eugene but Rick shoots him and tells Dwight to leave or they will all die. Refusing, Dwight tells the others to attack; one Savior tries to kill Rick's group using the machine gun they took from Abraham but gets shot in the head by Andrea. She then instructs the others to make a line against the wall so they can pick off the Saviors. Dwight then instructs the remaining Saviors to flee to avoid further casualties.

Rick tells Andrea to accompany him to kill Dwight and the Saviors who survived. While Rick and Andrea are pursuing the saviors, they are surprised to see the corpse of Abraham. Rick says that there's "no fucking way they're going to escape." While still pursuing the Saviors, Rick and Andrea get cut off by a group of zombies, Andrea is going to kill them when Rick tells her to save the ammunition. The two then turn back, taking the body of Abraham so it can be buried back at the community. Andrea enlists the help of someone to take the body of Abraham; Glenn and Heath arrive to help her. Holly becomes distraught when she sees Abraham's corpse. Glenn asks Andrea if Abraham needs to be shot in the head so he won't come back as a zombie, but she tells him that the arrow impaled him through the brain and that he will not reanimate. Andrea then asks Rick what they should do, and Rick says, "I don't know."

Sometime later, Glenn, Heath and Nicholas are seen fighting zombies behind their car barrier just outside of the Alexandria Safe-Zone.

Andrea walks into Rick's home and they discuss the situation with The Saviors. Carl walks in on Rick and Andrea hugging, without them knowing, and backs out of the room and smiles.

Glenn is telling Maggie about how he wants to leave the Alexandria Safe-Zone and move to the Hilltop Colony. Sophia exits the kitchen so Glenn and Maggie can discuss the topic alone. Glenn explains that it is much safer for the baby that Maggie is having. Maggie shouts at Glenn but then hugs him. While hugging she explains that she just doesn't know what to do.

The citizens of the Alexandria Safe-Zone mourn for Abraham Ford in the church with a service by Gabriel. Many of the group members are crying. When Rosita tries to talk to Holly, she snaps at Rosita while crying over Abraham's covered body.

Rick, as well many other survivors, are about to leave the Alexandria Safe-Zone and travel to the Hilltop Colony. Rick tells Andrea to stay so that she can watch the Safe-Zone to keep it safe.

After Rick tells Andrea that she has to stay behind and protect the survivors, a band containing Rick, Carl, Michonne, Heath, Glenn, Maggie, and Sophia leave the Safe-Zone and head for the Hilltop Colony. All the while, three saviors are watching from a nearby building and say that they will attack at dawn.

The same three Saviors are complaining about the plan to attack at dawn, wondering why they can't attack now. One of them says that he is going to get a man named Paul, whose group is the farthest away.

The Alexandria Safe-Zone citizens are seen praying for their lives. Spencer reveals to Andrea that he's happy for her and Rick. Eugene is seen mourning over Abraham's grave, while Gabriel is in the church, praying. Aaron and Eric are preparing for the Saviors, making an inventory over the Safe Zone's guns.

On the road, Michonne worries that the group will not make it to the Hilltop Colony in time. Glenn is still optimistic about it. They stop the van for the night.

Michonne and Rick are talking nearby the van. Rick thanks Michonne for everything, and says they'll have to be on the road by dawn. Rick then says goodbye to Glenn, and states that he is happy for him. Rick then begins his shift on keeping guard. A group of Saviors sneak up on the group and subdue Rick by surprise. They line up all the survivors from the van (Rick, Carl, Glenn, Maggie, Sophia, Michonne, and Heath), kneeling them down. Then, Negan appears and tells how he wants revenge for the saviors that the survivors killed. Without an agreement from Rick, Negan makes a deal; Everything that belongs to the Alexandria Safe-Zone, now belongs to The Saviors. He introduces his weapon of choice; Lucille, a baseball bat covered in barbed wire. After a long talk about who he should kill using Lucille, he finally picks his victim at random: Glenn. Maggie panics, as Glenn tries to talk Negan out of it. Negan ignores him and begins to crush Glenn's skull with Lucille. Everyone cries, glaring at Negan. After Negan finishes killing Glenn, Rick states, "I'll kill you. Not today, not tomorrow, but I will kill you." Negan tells them the Saviors will be back in one week to collect half of everything in Alexandria, then turns around and leaves with his men, leaving the survivors with Glenn's body.

Maggie begins hitting Rick, calling him a coward, but stops as Carl points a gun at her and tells her to stop hurting his father. Sophia bites and tackles Carl.

The group continues to the Hilltop, where they tell Paul Monroe and Gregory about what happened. Glenn is buried there, and Maggie and Sophia stay behind as the group and Jesus return to the Alexandria Safe-Zone. They return to find several crashed vehicles and dead bodies outside of the Safe-Zone. Nicholas tells Rick that the Saviors attacked that morning, but none of the Alexandria residents were killed. They killed about a dozen Saviors, and the remaining Saviors retreated without entering the Safe-Zone. Andrea says that it's not even the best part, taking Rick to a house. Inside, she reveals a tied-up Dwight and asks if he could be useful.

Dwight yells to them that they will all be killed when Negan shows up. Andrea punches him in the face and tells him to shut up. Rick stops her and she tells him that he killed Abraham, attempted to kill Eugene and was going to kill them all. She threatens to ruin his other eye if he keeps running his mouth. She wants to talk, to which Rick replies, "Not here."

Andrea and Rick are back at the house when she asks him what the hell that was. He tells her they killed Glenn and she tells him all the more reason to kill the Saviors. He tells Andrea about how they were attacked on the road at about the same time the Alexandria Safe-Zone was attacked. Rick is afraid because of how low on ammo they really are and tells her he is open to suggestions. He doesn't want to piss off Dwight more then they already have.

Paul and Heath are talking about how the Hilltop is a much better community than Alexandria. Jesus apologizes about Glenn and tells him he will try to help them go after Negan.

Rick tells Carl that Jesus is staying in a vacant house. Carl asks if Andrea has Dwight in the infirmary and tells Rick to kill Negan to show him they're "not to be fucked with." Rick replies that he doesn't know and that they are all mad about Glenn. Carl tells Rick they have to do something. That night, Rick and Andrea are talking about Glenn. He tells her that Glenn and Maggie were a symbol of hope to Rick. Rick is blaming himself for the death of Glenn. She yells at him that he can't blame himself and it is not his fault. She says that maybe he would have picked her instead if she had been there. The walls held because of the defenses, not because of Andrea. It is not his fault when someone dies, it is his fault when the rest of them live. He then says that they aren't prepared and that he can't protect anyone from this. He won't let anybody else die because they've come too far and he doesn't think he can fight Negan.

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The Next Character To Jump From ‘The Walking Dead’ Comic To The TV Show Appears To Be…

 

For fans of ‘The Walking Dead’ television show, it’s been a roller-coaster ride over the past few seasons, with the show-runners proving that they are not afraid to deviate from the story lines laid out in the comic books and rivaling George RR Martin in terms of making no character safe from Death’s sweet embrace.  With this much attrition, however, comes the need to refill the cast, and it appears that the “next contestant” on the screen will be coming courtesy of the comic pages.

For you readers familiar with ‘The Walking Dead’ in comic form, the character believed to be joining the TV cast is none other than Ezekiel.  If you’re not reading the comics – well, first off, what is wrong with you?!  Second, allow us to give you some basic background on the character as he exists in the world of print.

Ezekiel is the leader of a settlement called “The Kingdom.”  Unlike Terminus, Woodbury, and The Saviors’ camp, however, Ezekiel governs The Kingdom and its residents fairly and without major amounts of fear and malice.  The Kingdom itself is a high school campus located in Washington, DC, that is well-fortified with a survivor-built wall to help keep walkers away.

In the comics, Ezekiel is an eccentric older gentleman, who likes to be referred to as “The King” (hence “The Kingdom”) and has, of all things, a pet tiger that he’s managed to keep with him since before the zombie outbreak.  In recent interviews, “The Walking Dead” creator Robert Kirkman has expressed enthusiasm for the possibility of having a live tiger on set, and writer/showrunner Scott Gimple side-stepped making a flat-out denial about the possibility of a tiger appearing next season… so keep your eyes out for a tiger in Season 7!

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Added to all this is the fact that ‘The Walking Dead’ put out a casting call for a new character, “Augustus,” who matches Ezekiel’s comic-book description: an African-American in his 40s who is needed to bring a mix of “wisdom, oddity, and exuberance.”  Augustus is likely a fake character name being used for cover, as been done many times in recent years with both character names and film titles.

Although no date has been officially released, the seventh season of “The Walking Dead” and its new episodes will likely premiere on AMC in October, as every past season has done.

Source: CinemaBlend

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The Internet is furious about this year’s ‘Walking Dead’ finale !!!!!

 

Jeffery Dean Morgan finally comes out to portray the super villain – and the guy isn’t that evil. In fact, I totally see where he’s coming from in some ways. He’s like a more extreme version of Rick: He wants to survive and has the means to do it. And he wants everyone to work for him, including the Alexandria crew. However, because Rick and Co. did kill so many Survivors in past episodes, Negan is really keen on setting an example. And he does end up killing one person with his bat,

It was bound to happen: The Walking Dead’s season 6 came to an end, and what an ending that was. Yes, there’s a huge cliffhanger for season 7, and we’ll have to wait until fall to find out how it resolves. But more importantly, we can’t help but wonder how our favorite gang of zombie-killing heroes will survive Negan, the baseball-bat toting bad guy who finally made an appearance this week. Oh, and AMC could have totally gone with a different cliffhanger, because the one it came up with has infuriated huge swathes of the Internet.

Beware, Walking Dead fans, there are spoilers ahead, so avoid the rest of the post if you haven’t seen episode 16 yet.

From the get-go, we’ll tell you that someone dies in this episode but we aren’t sure who just yet. It’s probably neither Rick nor Carl, given what Negan tells them at the end. But there are plenty of candidates left. Glenn, Maggie, Daryl, Michonne, Abraham, Sasha, Eugene, Rosita, and Aaron are all on their knees, captured by a huge gang of Survivors, listening to Negan preaching about the new world order.

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Jeffery Dean Morgan finally comes out to portray the super villain – and the guy isn’t that evil. In fact, I totally see where he’s coming from in some ways. He’s like a more extreme version of Rick: He wants to survive and has the means to do it. And he wants everyone to work for him, including the Alexandria crew. However, because Rick and Co. did kill so many Survivors in past episodes, Negan is really keen on setting an example. And he does end up killing one person with his bat,which he has affectionately named Lucille.

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After toying with our feelings mid-season by faking Glenn’s death, AMC decided to reuse that recipe for the finale. This time around, it’s clear that someone will die. We hear Lucille at work in the background as the episode ends. But we won’t know who that person is until season 7. Needless to say, fans didn’t appreciate this outcome. It’s crystal clear to anyone who has seen last night’s episode that the real cliffhanger is surviving Negan. It really doesn’t matter who dies. As much as we want to know that, we’re more excited to see how Rick and Co. will deal with Negan and his crew.

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Speaking of the Survivors, their power has finally come to light. They outnumber and outgun the people in Alexandria, and they could easily take the fortified city. It’s just that Negan has put in motion a complex trap to make sure that the Alexandria crew will work for him, and give him a 50% discount off everything they make.

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The entire Last Day on Earth episode is practically a cat-and-mouse game in which some of the Alexandrians mentioned above are constantly being cut off. Roadblocks are set in place in a complex trap meant to corner the prey. Eventually, the group that set out to take Maggie to the doctor is caught, and reunited with Daryl, Michonne, Glenn, and Rosita. Oh yes, Daryl is very much alive, not that we were expecting him to be dead.

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The ending is pretty puzzling for one simple reason. It’s night in the forest, we’ve got a huge group of loud people, plenty of lights from the cars, and plenty of noise – Negan’s speech can be heard by everyone. So where on earth are the zombies when you need them?

Conspicuously absent in the to-die list above are Carol and Morgan, but they’re off on their own adventure. Carol is still struggling to accept that she needs to kill people to stay alive. Will Carol save Rick and gang again in season 7? We can’t wait to see what happens next. However, the Internet is definitely not happy with the way AMC ended this episode.

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In the comics, it’s Glenn that gets killed by Negan. The way Negan killed his victim in episode 16 is pretty consistent with how Glenn dies in the comics but that doesn’t mean that’s how it will play out in the show.

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The Walking Dead Comic Series 5 Action Figures Pre-Order Coming Soon !!!!



 

Based off the Image Comics version of The Walking Dead comes this Walking Dead Comic Series 5 Action Figure Case !!  Featuring a wide array of accessories, each 5 -inch figure is incredibly well detailed and looks like it came directly out of the comic book. Series 5 features Negan ( Imprisoned Version ), Glenn, Shane, Lydia !

 

Negan - Rick Grimes keeps his promises, and in an attempt to turn over a new leaf of not killing, Negan remains imprisoned for his crimes against Alexandria. Figure features the infamous Negan dressed in his prisoner outfit, with long hair and grown out beard. Comes with 22 Points of articulation, his bat Lucille, a bucket, and a severed Ken head on a stake with base.

 

 

Glenn - One of the original survivors from Atlanta, Glenn is famous for putting himself in danger for the necessity of his group. The figure features fan favorite Glenn dressed in his classic outfit with a jacket and baseball cap. Comes with 22 Points of articulation, an alternate smashed-in head, an axe, and a severed Rosita head on a stake with base.

 

 

Shane - Former Sheriff Deputy along with Rick Grimes, Shane was responsible for keeping Lori and Carl Grimes safe when the outbreak occurred. Figure features Shane dressed in his police uniform and baseball cap. Comes with 22 Points of articulation, an alternate zombie head, his signature shotgun, and a severed Oscar head on a stake with base.

 

 

Lydia - Daughter of Alpha, the mysterious leader of the Whisperers, Lydia was cloaked in zombie skin sent out with her companions to dispatch Jesus' group under the cover of average Walkers. The Walking Dead Comic Series 5 Lydia Action Figure features Lydia dressed in her walker hide, a key attire to the Whisperers. Standing at 5-inches tall, the figure comes with 22 points of articulation, an alternate walker hide head, a knife, and a severed Ezekiel head on a stake with base.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Original Artist of The Walking Dead Tony Moore Returns for #150 Variant Cover !!!!!

Original Artist of The Walking Dead Tony Moore Returns for #150 Variant Cover.

 

         Variant by Tony Moore

 

It's indisputable that reaching issue 150 is a huge achievement in comics,” series writer Robert Kirkman said in a press release. “Charlie Adlard and Team Walking Dead have been working tirelessly for over a decade to get us to this milestone and now it's time to celebrate. It's an honor to have comic book pals Jason Latour and Ryan Ottley bringing their vision to these iconic characters. Additionally, words cannot describe how excited I am to have Tony Moore, artist of the first 6 issues, returning to provide a cover for this special event.”

Moore’s variant cover mirrors his cover to The Walking Dead #1, showing how many people Rick has lost and just how much he has changed both physically and emotionally.

 

 

Moore drew the first six issues, the first 24 covers, and the first four trade covers for The Walking Dead comic before leaving the series. In 2012, Moore had a legal dispute with Kirkman over The Walking Dead, which was settled on mutually beneficial terms.

 

         Variant by Jason Latour

 

       Variant by Ryan Ottley

 

Issue #150, published by Skybound at Image Comics, now has a total of five covers: the three variants plus the regular Charlie Adlard cover and blank sketch variant already announced. The covers have inks by Stefano Gaudiano, tones by Cliff Rathburn, and lettering by Rus Wooton.

 

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Latour is the artist of Southern Bastards, another Image comic with writer Jason Aaron. Ottley is the artist of Invincible, an original superhero story also written by Kirkman.

The extra-sized The Walking Dead #150 releases on January 13, 2016.

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Norman Reedus Bitten By Rabid Fan Not Pressing Charges !!!!

                               

 

 

A female fan bit "The Walking Dead" star Norman Reedus on his chest at a zombie convention this weekend ... but the biter is now off the hook according to law enforcement sources.

Cops tell TMZ, Reedus -- who wasn't hurt during the attack -- declined to press charges against the biter since it was only a nibble.

A rep for New Jersey's Walker Stalker Con says event security was standing a couple feet from Reedus when the fan opened her mouth and tried to take a chunk out of his chest.

Cops and event security jumped into action and booted the biter from the convention. The rep says the woman has been banned from all future Walker Stalker conventions and other sponsored events where Norman is present.

Reedus didn't seek any medical attention -- the bite didn't break the skin -- and he was able to continue the meet and greet.

Source  : TMZ

 

 

A female fan bit "The Walking Dead" star Norman Reedus on his chest at a zombie convention this weekend ... but the biter is now off the hook according to law enforcement sources.

Cops tell TMZ, Reedus -- who wasn't hurt during the attack -- declined to press charges against the biter since it was only a nibble.

A rep for New Jersey's Walker Stalker Con says event security was standing a couple feet from Reedus when the fan opened her mouth and tried to take a chunk out of his chest.

Cops and event security jumped into action and booted the biter from the convention. The rep says the woman has been banned from all future Walker Stalker conventions and other sponsored events where Norman is present.

Reedus didn't seek any medical attention -- the bite didn't break the skin -- and he was able to continue the meet and greet.

 

Surce : TMZ


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JEFFREY DEAN MORGAN WILL PUSH AMC FOR A COMICS-ACCURATE NEGAN ON "THE WALKING DEAD !!!!!

 

Now that word is out about his role as Negan on "The Walking Dead," Jeffrey Dean Morgan is making it clear that he wants his portrayal of the character to be as close to the comics as he can make it -- even if that means testing AMC's boundaries."The character itself is going to be as close as humanly possible," he told Entertainment Weekly.New "Walking Dead" Clip Declares: Negan Is ComingAs to AMC's strict rules of about the use of profanity, he said, "Look, it's a speed bump. I'm not going to say it's an issue because they're working on it. We're going to push AMC -- the plan is to push them as far as they can because it's who Negan is. He uses some colorful language. And I use some colorful language. And reading the comic, it's important. So we'll see where that lands. It's our intention that this character is going to leap off the pages of the comic book. It's very important that that’s who it is. Some of the characters there's much more leeway, but Negan is a guy that you want to keep as true as possible, and that would be how I want to play him as well."He also revealed he had seen Lucille -- the bat with which Negan murders Glenn in the comics. "She is gorgeous," he shared. "She is a beautiful girl."Additionally, he opened up about his love for the comics and how he ultimately landed the role: "So a couple of years ago people started saying, 'Hey, man, you should be Negan in "The Walking Dead."' So I started reading the comic books just because I'm a fan and I love what [Robert] Kirkman is doing and so I was very aware of Negan and had read quite a bit of the comic books. So my agent and manager were on the phone and said, '"The Walking Dead" have offered you this thing,' but they didn't have any information. They didn't know the character’s name. It was all a big secret."RELATED: "Walking Dead" Showrunner Teases "Quite Deadly" Midseason Premiere"And they sort of got halfway through the sentence saying 'We don't know the character's name, he’s the new big bad…' and I knew immediately who they were talking about," he continued. "They just got halfway through and I knew immediately who it was. It was no question. I was like, 'Absolutely. We're going to f—ing do it!' And that was it. And literally a week later I was in Atlanta talking with the cast and hanging out."Based on the Image Comics series of the same name and created byRobert Kirkman, "The Walking Dead" will return Sunday, February 14 at 9 pm EST on AMC.

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Don’t miss the next episode of The Walking Dead, Sun., Nov. 29 at 9/8c. !!!! WOW !!!!1

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'The Walking Dead' Finds Its Perfect Negan In Jeffrey Dean Morgan !!!!

 

                                                 

 

With the release of Fallout 4 yesterday, my head was a bit scrambled so I missed this enormous piece of news from the world’s other biggest post-apocalyptic franchise, The Walking Dead. Far and away the character most TWD comic fans have been waiting to see cast is the villainous Negan, and AMC has finally found their man in veteran actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan.

For those who wish to know nothing at all about Negan’s character or storyline at all, turn back now, but no crazy spoilers follow.

In the comic, Negan is a villain so brutal, he makes The Governor look about as threatening as Eugene. He’s the leader of the Saviors, an absolutely massive gang that has essentially a protection/raiding racket running through all the major colonies in the area (Alexandria isn’t the only one).

He’s responsible for arguably the most horrifying major character death of the entire series, but I won’t describe that here. Suffice to say he’s someone to be feared, and his appearance will mean The Walking Dead is heading into its darkest era yet.



Needless to say, casting the part was really, really important to get right. Negan is physically foreboding, weirdly charming and a total psychopath. A few actors have had their names passed around for the part, the most popular of which were Henry Rollins (who really does look the part to a tee) and Mad Men’s Jon Hamm (who expressed he’d be open to the idea).

Instead, we have Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who has starred in everything from Supernatural to The Good Wife to his most Negan-ish role, The Comedian, in Zack Snyder’s Watchmen movie (just don’t mix him up with his Hollywood doppelganger, Javier Bardem).

 

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The Walking Dead: How Glenn Died In The Comics!!!!

GLennnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn !!!!!
Spoilers ahead for The Walking Dead's comic series and "Thank You" (6x03) episode of the TV series.
If you haven't watched....
Stop now.....
Still here? Continue, we shall.
 
In tonight's shocking episode of The Walking Dead, it looks like we lost a mainstay character who has been around since season one: Glenn Rhee. I say, "looks like," because I don't believe he's dead but that's not why we're here. We're here to talk about how he died in the comics.
The comics lead us all to believe Glenn would be in trouble this season, with the arrival of Negan rumored to be coming late in the second half. In issue #100, Negan made his debut and lined up Rick, Carl, Michonne, Heath, Glenn, and Maggie on their knees in front of him.
After a rant justifying why he can't make a decision on who to kill, he played "eenie meenie miney moe," to select a victim, and landed on Glenn.
After his selection was made, Negan choked up on Lucille, his barbed wire wrapped baseball bat, and swung away on Glenn's head. Glenn's battered head murmured some last words, crying out for his pregnant wife, Maggie.
Negan and the Saviors have been expected and anticipated on the show but there's no confirmation on when they'll appear. If Glenn is, in fact, dead, who is Negan going to hit a home run on?
Source : ComicBook.com
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AMC's The Walking Dead Season 6 Shambles Back on October 11! Are You Ready? !!!!!

 

Robert Kirkman’s Emmy-nominated series The Walking Dead will return to television for this fall on AMC, and retailers can prepare their customers for the much-anticipated sixth season of the series with a host of Image Comics’ volumes and various merchandise from the hit comic and show.

“The ‘Dead’ has spread!” said Charlie Collier, President, AMC.  “No other cable series has ever attracted as many Adults 18-49 as ‘The Walking Dead.’  This reaffirms viewers’ hunger for premium television on basic cable. We are so proud to be bringing back ‘The Walking Dead’ again, across the globe."

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SDCC: "The Walking Dead" Cast & Crew Spread Season 6 Details, Previews & More

 

AMC's "The Walking Dead" Comic-Con International panel is being recorded LIVE. Stay tuned for more details!

"The Walking Dead" stars Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Steven Yeun, Lauren Cohan, Danai Gurira, Melissa McBride, Chandler Riggs, Sonequa Martin-Green, Michael Cudlitz, and Lennie James joined executive producer and showrunner Scott M. Gimple, executive producer Gale Anne Hurd, executive producer Dave Alpert and special effects makeup supervisor and executive producer Greg Nicotero on the main Hall H on Friday afternoon at Comic-Con International to discuss the upcoming sixth season of the show. Though scheduled to attend, executive producer Robert Kirkman was unable to make the panel due to a minor throat surgery that left him unable to speak temporarily.

Moderator Chris Hardwick of "The Talking Dead" fame opened the panel with a roar of approval from the audience. "This is technically the 'Talking Dead' panel if you think about it," he joked.

Hardwick announced that season six will premiere on Sunday, October 11 at 9 pm with a 90-minute premiere, with "The Talking Dead" to follow at 10:30. AMC will also kick off a "Walking Dead" marathon at Sunday, July 26 at 2 pm so that fans who missed out on the previous season would have a chance to catch up.

Hardwick then rolled the official trailer for season six, which finds Rick (Lincoln) running down an abandoned street, dirty and bloody. He then bumps into Morgan and explains the sheltered nature of Alexandria. The shot cuts to Rick standing before the people of Alexandria, taking charge of the situation, only to be challenged by one of the not-so-docile town members. The trailer showed multiple quick cuts of the zombie hordes and the town members cowering. A line from Morgan implies that he will try to kick Rick out of Alexandria for good, which cuts to a shot of Rick holding a gun to Morgan's head. It also featured an epic escape and takedown by Daryl Dixon. With a haunting song over it, the trailer met the thunderous applause of the audience.

"I heard a lot of gasps when someone pointed a gun at Daryl there," Hardwick said. "I'm nervous too! I know what you would all do if something were to happen to him!"

Hardwick then introduced the cast members and crew one-by-one. Each of them wore a gray shirt with a picture of Kirkman on the front, to represent the missing executive producer. McBride took the stage with a plate full of cookies, referencing an ominous scene from the previous season.

"[Kirkman] is now here in T-shirt form," Hardwick said, after explaining why "The Walking Dead" creator wasn't in attendance.

"'The Walking Dead' premiere is going to Madison Garden," Gimple announced. "All these people can be there! Go to www.amc.com/thewalkingdead to join us at the premiere in October."

"This is a savvy audience that knows that we sometimes play with the truth in trailers," Gimple said, responding to a question about Rick and Morgan's relationship this season. "With the end of season six, [Rick] wanted everyone on board with him, and that went pretty well."

"Aside from the person he shot," Hardwick added.

Gimple agreed. "Things may not be as they seem, but Rick has to deal with the fact that things down with Rich and Pete."

"There's a little bit of flashback, there's definitely some playing with time, but definitely not as much as last time," he added.

Andrew Lincoln took the next question, which concerned Rick's beard. "My wife doesn't miss the beard, but I think that was one of the most weird filming days of my life. I had to shower naked in front of the crew of my show… You could see like two inches of my buttcrack. And then I had to shave in the mirror… doing it on camera was unbearable. Yeah, I miss that beard and I'm going to grow that back as soon as possible."

"Steven Yeung told me I looked like I had a shrunken head," Lincoln recounted.

"The beard on the show is really a metric of where Rick is at," Gimple added. "I will say the beard will continue to inform. It's a barometer of where Rick is at."

"I think that there's a respect between Deanna and Rick," Lincoln shared." In the last three or four episodes, you saw a man restraining himself to lead. He realizes he's amongst innocents… I had a zombie shower at the end. When Pete came in, he slashes Reg and I shot him. It was an execution. I was going to do it anyway, but…"

"A lot of the themes we're exploring is them [the Alexandrians] and us," Lincoln explained.

"And then you have Morgan," Hurd pitched in. "He is damn good fighting with that stick."

"I've always yearned for more interaction between Carol and Michonne, because I just adore Carol," Gurira revealed. "I think they're two tactics of trying to handle this world couldn't be more different. I think she's catching up with where Carol is. I think she understands that what Carol is doing is for the protection of the group… but I don't think Michonne agrees with what she's doing. Michonne was really getting the landscape of where she was."

"Throughout last season, we were broken down… and then Michonne started to see Glen getting broken down, and the idea that we could get to the point to where Michonne has been is very scary," she added.

"From the moment of actually neutralizing Rick, I was like, 'Wow, I have to punch Rick?!' It was such a weird moment for me."

"You did hit me," Lincoln pitched in.

"That's the take they used!" Gurira said in defense.

"I was completely lying about the flashback question earlier," Gimple said, switching tracks. "I'm working on an episode that's entirely a flashback. This is the truth."

"I was completely lying about the flashback question earlier," Gimple said, switching tracks. "I'm working on an episode that's entirely a flashback. This is the truth."

In response to a question about the tense scene with Nathanial at the end of the episode, Yueng joked, "He's got beautiful eyes." On a more serious note, he responded, "Glen is a better person than me. I also asked why I didn't kill him. It's layered; Glen is seeing a version of himself in him. Glen also see, in that moment, that he has one. It serves no function in that moment to kill him, except for himself, and if he crosses that threshold… he saw another iteration of himself if he lived in those walls. It was a chance of hopefully him being redeemed. It was mostly Glen trying to save himself… Glen was trying to save any part of the old world that he could."

"Lauren couldn't be here because she's visiting family, but know that she loves every single one of you," Yeung added. "They overlap on many things, and one of those things is to hold on to that semblance of humanity they have so that they can be together in this world."

When asked what he thought Morgan was doing between all these seasons, James said, "We'll find out what Morgan has been doing with himself this season. He's been trying to find Rick, and he kind of wishes he hadn't."

"Morgan and Rick have a particular kind of man love, and I think the fact that Morgan has gone to find Rick… Rick is the last person alive on the planet that knows Morgan… that's why he goes to find him. They meet in such an important moment at the end of the last season, and there will be fallout from that," James added.

"I think he sees Alexandria as a restart button," Riggs said of his character. "He kind of went into shock when he went to in that room [at Alexandria]. I think for him, he sees their vulnerability. People still need to know how to survive in case they want to survive outside those walls. He has sympathy for the kids living in Alexandria, and he wants to show them how life is outside the walls."

"Michonne is the one person in that place that gets how it is outside the wall, so he relates to her, so that's why he enjoys going outside the wall with her. I don't know how they'd react if they found out," Riggs added.

"It's probably better that Michonne never knows," Gurira said slyly. "She was always kind of able to relate to him as a friend. You can't say to him, 'You can't leave here!' I think she would find that to be a disrespectful way to treat him. But she wants him to be safe."

"I hope Sonya finds healing in season six," Martin-Green pitched in. "It's been an honor to play someone with PTSD. You hope there is light at the end of the tunnel, and not just live but thrive. I hope she finds a way to respond to correctly to the deaths of her most loved ones. If she were to get to that healed place, she'd see that she didn't respond correctly… It's time to actually pay homage to their lives and live with hope, they way they wanted me to."

Source : CBR

 

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