I'm actually looking forward to the next episode. Something keeps telling me that the protagonists of this short spin-off series are going to eventually cross paths and ultimately be killed by Rick and his tribe, hence the title.
Kuwoobie will die crushed under the burden of his mediocrity.
Was better than the Walking Dead. A lot more potential.
Exploring what people do after the apocalypse gets a bit stale after 5 years. Seeing how they react to the beginning of the apocalypse is something fresh for the series. The disbelief of the footage, treating it like a SARS virus and running around with masks on. The group of army (national guard, or maybe wannabes) fortifying the rich town. Claiming that the people there are "lucky" (You know that's going to end well...)
It's like The Strain without the evil organization trying to spread Vampires.
Exploring what people do after the apocalypse gets a bit stale after 5 years.
The book isn't any easier at times, though the last two or three have definitely reignited my interest in the series. The Whisperers are hardcore.
Watched Fear, and it has potential. It's not exactly new territory, a lot of movies deal with the collapse of civilization from day one. The next episode looks more interesting as now the fact there is a problem has become common knowledge. It's a nice change of pace from the survival story of the regular show at the very least.
To note: 10.1m viewers. Nice.
Edited, Aug 25th 2015 1:02pm by lolgaxe
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It will be interesting to see how they survive on a yacht. It's been done a couple times in the "of the Dead" shows. Never ends well.
A 16 part (looks like 1 and a half minute parts) webisode series has started. What happens on a flight during the outbreak. I imagine it will be like the one scene in World War Z, just without Brad Pitt.