I just read the latest collection of comics last night.
****. ****. ****. Damn.
They killed Glen! Sons of bitches! In a brutal, horrific way. Mother****ers!!!!
Read at your own peril.
what the....not cool
sweet sweet revenge.
i love the smell of fresh revenge in the morning
I bought seasons one and two recently and am almost done season one. I really like the show. It has me heavily interested. I like the lead. He plays the role in a very (and maybe it's because he sort of looks like him) Viggo Mortenson type of manner.
However, it's so preposterous in many ways.
*Let's go into ATL on horseback after having seen a mile long line of abandoned cars that had tried to leave the city? Considering there's around a million people there and therefore that many potential walkers? On horseback? It seemed like walking into a deathtrap.
*If they get bit, they become walkers but they can shoot a walker at point blank range and have blood get all over them, and that's okay?
*How slowly they respond in certain situations? For instance, in episode three, about 100 walkers come into camp. They finally kill them all. And they wait til the next morning or afternoon (I'd guess at least 12 hours later) to begin goring them to ensure their death? And then letting the one psychic dude who'd been bit ride with them when they finally decide to leave camp?
*And maybe most importantly, since they have vehicles, why didn't they just get the **** out of that region and try to get a safe zone or whatever they called it?
Don't get me wrong. I really like the show. But from a pure common sense, survivalist perspective, it seems stupid at times.
P.S.-I really hope they elaborate on how this disease spread at some point. I'm assuming its' origin is the CDC at this point.
Also, Noah Emmerich is a terrible actor and should never be cast in anything and Michael Rooker being type-cast for the umpteenth million time annoyed me.
Like the scenes where they raided the pharmacy and they gradded 1-2 meds. I'd clear that place out. Clothes, spices, food, ammo, meds, camping gear, shoes, gas...