largegarlic wrote:I liked the finale, except for the flashbacks and lame last line. The flashbacks just seemed to sap the momentum out of any building dramatic tension. Everyone who has been watching the show since the beginning knows that Rick is conflicted about doing what it takes to survive in the post-apocalyptic world. We don't need 10 minutes of flashbacks reminding us.
Overall, this 4th season might have been my favorite, even if there were still some poorly executed parts. The character development and pacing of the plot was much better.
DelPen wrote:The talking dead preview the other night had a clip for season 5 of Tyrese and Carol. Some are speculating they know the rest of the group is being held in terminus and they are baiting the zombies to follow them to attack to plan an escape and realistically, that's the only way I can see them getting out before they get eaten is if there is mass confusion and an attack of thousands of walkers.
The comic book looks like it's getting interesting again, the last panel of the most recent issue is the most interesting it's been in months.
Digitalgypsy66 wrote:I get Kirkman updates in Goodreads - is Walking Dead published twice a month?
Hockeynut! wrote:I just wonder why the scientist doesn't tell everyone else the cure in case, you know, he gets killed before he gets to DC.
shmenguin wrote:The notion that we're supposed to believe that mullet knows the cure and that everyone else on the show buys it as well is gross. The comics are probably more campy, which makes him knowing something more plausible, but in the world that this show lives in, no one is believing this joker.
columbia wrote:AMC is Out of Ideas, Orders a ‘Walking Dead’ Spinoff
http://www.thewire.com/entertainment/20 ... ff/379707/