Walking Dead: Pretty Much Dead Already Review Comments - Mania.com


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TheMovieGuy28 11/28/2011 1:17:19 PM

Yeah. I think that's it.

The Walking Dead is the greatest show ever. Heisenberg, as cold and calculating as he can be, and Deadwood being filled with shakespearian insults,, they can just never compete.

I'm a pretty smart guy and never once even had an inkling that sophia would be in the barn. Rick isn't the hero though. The hero just knows what to do, and never want to becalled the hero. It's about the guy next to him, the wife he loves, and the people who still have live.

February can't come soon enough. But, I have at least 3 episodes of Dexter, the NFL playoffs, and hopefully SOA from it's mid break.


Have a great week, you crazy maniacs

ReleaseTheseFeces 11/28/2011 4:40:23 PM

Just chiming in with a small tidbit...

My wife (up to this point) has been the most anti- 'sci-fi / horror' person there ever was.

For some reason, she is absolutely fixated on this series. 

How F'ing cool is that??

HotDogs 11/28/2011 4:44:02 PM

Your wife loves the show because this season has become a Soap Opera that happens to have zombies in it for the guys.  That's it.  I feel uncomfortable during most of the WOMAN DRAMA and perk up with the action.

gauleyboy420 11/28/2011 4:52:53 PM

I think it's rediculous that anyone is complaining that the show is npot a Xerox copy of the comic... Rediculous.

This show is amazing, and even though I was getting weary of the search for Sophia, I now think that was the point, to make the viewer as tired of looking for her as the group was. The payoff was worth it.

These characters act EXACTLY as they act (or would act if they were alive) in the comic. That is what matters, not if the story is the exact same as the one you already know. And on that point who wants to watch a suspense show that they already know the answers to? Wheres the suspense in that? I don't get the complainers. (Of course I like the X-Men Movies, because the characters act as they would in the comics if put in that situation)

Also Hanso,

Why the hate for T-Dog? Tyreese was just a black character in the comic, why can't T-Dog just be a black character in the show, does he have to be profound to have a place on the show.

Lastly if any of you were artist you'sd  realize Kirkman probably LOVES the chance to tell an alternate storyline in his Walking Deadverse. I would.

And doubly lastly, Samson, at the end of the 1st story arc, (in the comics) Rick declares that "WE (they) are the walking dead" so yeah you're right.

violator14 11/28/2011 4:59:10 PM

Hanso-Dont u know the basic rule of having a token black guy? That's what they're there for, to fill the token black guy role. There is no purpose. No offense to the black maniacs tho.. hahaha

InnerSanctum 11/28/2011 5:50:10 PM

 I'll give T-Dog a chance.  This is a series that is going for the long haul.  He has already made his thoughts known to Dale.  I think there is more conflict to come.  Reverse racism.  I just hope it doesn't mean the end of Daryl.  

evilbeagle 11/28/2011 6:34:54 PM

This is a great show-hands down.  I sympathize a small bit for the readers of the g-novels because of my disgust with what's been done the X-men-but there is a difference.  A long running TV show that airs once a week should be designed to provide suspense and invoke conversation.  TV shows are built with a different big picture from big screen movies IMO.  I'm totally cool with them changing things up....look at it like you're getting to read the comics over again, but now you get to enjoy the suspense of not knowing everything.

As an example, I LOVED Game of Thrones on HBO.  So much so that I went and read the next 3 books.  Now I'm not looking as forward to the next season because I know the show follows the books to a T.  No more fun for me except I know I get to keep looking at Danerys Stormborn for 3 more seasons at least!

elrushbo 11/28/2011 9:49:22 PM

Why not find the little girl alive? Seriously, why not have one fucking good thing happen in this entire story??

InnerSanctum 11/28/2011 10:13:09 PM

 elrushbo:  You take your happy moments when you can.  F*(&*) world has gone to hell in a handbasket.  This isn't a Disney movie.  If you hate sad moments...I can guarnatee that you are watching the wrong show. 









JoeArtistWriter 11/29/2011 2:03:13 AM

Artemisdigital, thank you for the kind words. 25 points to you for posting first.

dalgoda, I think it's a lock that Shane gets an ass beating at some point, but I can also see him handing out a few. It would be interested to see him kick Rick's ass in front of Lori and Carl.

wieas, it'll get here.... unless some sort of epidemic hits the Earth and people turn into fleash-eating zombies.

wish, thaqnk you for the nice words, and yes, Shane is one of the most compelling characters on TV right now.

jedi, as a rabid fan of the graphic novels I see your point, but I definitely go the other way. I'm glad I don't know what's coming next, and as someone mentioned in these posts, the show has been true to the essence of each character. Some just live longer than others. It's a fine televised Elseworlds version. I'm happy with it.

sythe, you're gonna have to let it go man. I was pissed Joker died at the end of Burton's Batman. I also had other issues with that movie, so while I was upset it took some liberties, I still enjoyed the movie enough. I give that one a B-. This show has been an A-/B on average.

Ryodin, I'm bold enough to admit the sight of Sophia shocked me even after I saw her shoes. Normally I'm on this stuff, but I was misdirected.

goirish83. no arguments.

iceknight, Too busy to read that Govenor book, but I'm only hearing greatthings about it. Maybe I'll ask for it for Christmas.


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