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On 11/03/2019 at 16:48, GC Zombie said:

Then the episode gets quite good with Leon and Krauser having a knife fight although that should have gone on a little longer.

 

That knife fight was pretty sweet, tbh. I disagree it should have gone on longer. I think they paced it about right, which for TWD is a minor miracle. The rest of the episode was bobbins.

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On 07/03/2019 at 17:25, Capwn said:

Currently my hitlist of characters that need to die asap.

 

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Oh and by the way, where the hell is stick man?? (morgan)

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Depends how close they stick to the comics, but you could be in luck with most of those soon...

 

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Still not got myself around to watch the previous week's episode. Was it honestly better than the previous two before that?

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I've really enjoyed the last few weeks, although I'm surprised that there's still one more as it felt like a good way to end the season last night.

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I've enjoyed this season a fair amount. Much better than the Negan wars.

 

Didn't expect to see a few of that lot spiked. No great losses and a shame priest wasn't there!

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https://deadline.com/2019/04/the-walking-dead-spinoff-details-revealed-by-amc-ahead-of-2020-premiere-1202590997/

 

Revealing a little more about the new spin-off. Starts shooting this summer for release next year.

 

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The new spinoff will feature two young female protagonists and focus on what the network said in its official release “the first generation to come-of-age in the apocalypse as we know it.” The hook, according to the description, will be to see who remains good and who turns evil.

 

I thought they were already doing the first generation to come of age in the main show.

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On 25/03/2019 at 18:30, Sponge said:

Are we talking good as in "worth watching this again" or good as in "not as shit as it usually is"?

Finally got round to watching the whole second half of the season and I'd say worth watching. Penultimate episode is excellent, not felt like that since the Negen -Glenn battering.  Overall, I didn't shout at the TV anywhere near as much as I have in the last few seasons, so that's good!

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The comic is ending!

 

https://www.vulture.com/2019/07/the-walking-dead-comic-book-ending-july-3rd.html

 

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Like so many characters within its pages, Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard’s The Walking Dead is dying abruptly and with little opportunity for closure. The Hollywood Reporter broke the news that Wednesday’s issue will be TWD’s last. Issue no. 193 will be an extra-sized edition that wraps up the saga of Rick Grimes and the rest of them. To throw fans off the scent, cover images for weeks of future issues were created.

 

“As a fan, I hate it when I realize I’m in the third act of a movie and the story is winding down,” Kirkman wrote in the ending pages of The Walking Dead 193. “I hate that I can count commercial breaks and know I’m nearing the end of a TV show. I hate that you can feel when you’re getting to the end of a book, or a graphic novel. Some of the best episodes of Game of Thrones are when they’re structured in such a way and paced to perfection so your brain can’t tell if it’s been watching for 15 minutes or 50 minutes … and when the end comes … you’re stunned.” Some people like knowing when something is going to end, and like traditional story structure because that shape is pleasing to watch play out, but to each their own.

 

Ending just shy of 200 issues, The Walking Dead is ending one issue past the shocking death of Rick Grimes. “The Walking Dead has always been built on surprise. Not knowing what’s going to happen when you turn the page, who’s going to die, how they’re going to die … it’s been essential to the success of this series,” Kirkland wrote. “It just felt wrong and against the very nature of this series not to make the actual end as surprising as all the big deaths … from Shane all the way to Rick.”

 

Will they just wrap it up the TV show or carry on? I take it they're still quite far behind the comic, so there's still plenty of material?

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They’ll keep flogging its dead, rotting corpse forever. Isn’t there a film planned about Rick’s adventures away from the gang?

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Season 10

 

Thora Birch And Kevin Carroll joining. Birch as Gamma, a Whisperer. Carroll as some guy trying to get home to his family.

 

Shittin' Pants also returns. And the gang take a trip to the beach.

 

Also, a show-nothing teaser for Rick Grimes Untitled Movie

 

 

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