Walking Dead: Beside the Dying Fire Review Comments - Mania.com


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violator14 3/19/2012 10:44:59 AM

Oh and i totally thought the same thing about Hershel's magical shotgun. I was lol @ how many rounds he was able to get off. I was like, man he cycles through that baby like no other.

@ TJ- i have a perfectly good reason why the zombie horde came across the barn like that. It's cuz they knew it was the season finale!!! ... DUHHH!!

samson 3/19/2012 10:59:02 AM

 I think T.Dog is the only African American character that even African Americans are hoping gets a featured spot on the zombie blue plate special.

On another note, I believe Lori's inconsistant behavior highlights the pre Darrobont show vs. the post Darrobont show. Still a great show eitheer way. But, the attention to detail seems to be missing more often than before he left the series.

tjanson 3/19/2012 11:25:20 AM

Violater...Right on man!


samson 3/19/2012 11:31:47 AM

This from my brother:

"What's the differrence between Huggie Bear and T. Dog?

Huggie Bear was useful. "



momitchell7 3/19/2012 12:48:36 PM

I couldn't agree with Tim's review more...

While I'm excited about the new direction that season 3 will bring, I am still very unimpressed by the writing, mostly from S2... I'm hoping that S2 was just an anomaly, because there were just WAY too many times (especially in last night's finale) that my wife and I were literally just saying, out loud, "come on! There's just no way that would happen!"

S3 is off to a promising start... I just hope they can keep their promises.


momitchell7 3/19/2012 1:02:16 PM

SPOILER ALERT - about Michonne


I have not read the comics, but did just read up a little on Michonne's character. The leashed zombies tend to keep other zombies away and they are actually her boyfriend (former, of course) and his best friend! At first they came after her a lot, but over time, they became less aggressive toward her and don't even try to to attack her anymore. If you noticed, not only are their arms cut off, but their jaws as well, so they can't actually bite.


Hope that helps!

wish 3/19/2012 1:22:35 PM

C'mon!  There's just no way that could happen!!  At least not while the dead are coming back to life and walking around eating the living!!  There is only so much I'll buy!!!

You guys and your OCD need for realism and authenticity, why would we want to hear a story about everything by the book and all realistic, normal situations?  Aren't stories told because they defy logic, reason, or believability?  Maybe you have friends that are impressed evertyime you point out a flaw or impossibility.......in that case I understand.

violator14 3/19/2012 1:38:09 PM

Wish- I think you're right for the people who need to whine and are going ape-shit about the realism issues, but i think it's ok for the guys who like to point those things out in fun and joke about it.  I think that should be ok and fun for discussion forums like these dont ya thinK??

swisshammer 3/19/2012 1:50:27 PM

Hot damn that was excellent! The only problem I had with the episode is that more people didn't die. I was ready for Hershall's blond, suicidal daughter to get it. I also wouldn't have minded T-Dog to go. He's completely useless.

So, everyone seems to be annoyed with Lori now. During the episode, my wife turned to me and said, "GOD I can't stand her. You can't talk to her because every time you do, she storms off like a child." I couldn't agree more. And she seems to blame everyone else for her own parenting mistakes. Can't wait until she gets it too.

momitchell7 3/19/2012 1:54:31 PM

Wish, c'mon... that's just dumb. Why shouldn't we expect quality writing from a show with this much of a budget and following? It's not that difficult to write stories with continuity and everyday common sense. I don't think that we should be asked to turn off our brains while watching this, just because it's The Walking Dead.  Demand quality in everything you do, brother!

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