Posts Tagged ‘the walking dead’
While I can appreciate an episode where Morgan is front and center, and make no mistake he does a great job this week, the episode itself had far too many head scratching moments to be able to call it a success. I understand the writers have to get all the pieces in place to prepare […]
As much as I’ve enjoyed the slow build up since The Walking Dead has returned, I think they might have pushed that a little too far this week. In “Say Yes” we learn how close Rick and Michonne really are and how they see the future of their group and the upcoming war with the […]
After last week’s long winded mid-season return, it was great to see The Walking Dead embrace some weird and wonderful zombie fun, bring some real emotion and introduce us to group that was very different and strange in more ways than one. “New Best Friends” felt more like the episode we should have had last […]
If anything, the writers for The Walking Dead want the viewers to know that yes, there is hope. Hope is wonderful and can be the catalyst for many great things however, I just wish they didn’t feel the need to hit us over the head with it time and time again. Yes, we all understand […]
The Walking Dead producers Robert Kirkman and David Alpert will be bringing a new six-part history of comics documentary series to AMC in 2017. Tentatively called “Heroes and Villains: The History of Comic Books,” each one hour segment will explore comics through the lens of pop culture, race, politics, and gender and sexuality while also discussing […]
Season 6’s finale gave us everything we wanted, well almost.
A veteran actor with years of work in theater, television and movies, actress Tovah Feldshuh became instantly recognizable after her work as Deanna Monroe on AMC’s hit TV show The Walking Dead. Recently, we had the chance to talk to Tovah as part of a round table interview while she was at Toronto Comic Con. […]
The following contains spoilers from this past Sunday, as well as spoilers from the comic, and predictions for the rest of the season. Please do not read if you don’t want to know.
Things are changing, and it looks like it will be a good thing for once.
Z-Nation has some things going against it. The main one? It’s about zombies, which also happens to be the main subject matter of arguably the most popular show on the planet, The Walking Dead. That post-apocalyptic setting, however, is pretty much where the similarities end. While The Walking Dead is a serious, grave, look at […]