People using the excuse that the comics were also slow fail to realize that the comics had much better character development and more defined. The action sequnces were MUCH better and they were very satisfying.
Yeah. I mean.. they're still trying to stick with the comic story which is why I'm wondering why they're taking so long to do anything.. I mean, I know they need to stretch it out because of the budget.. But it's no excuse to drag out what seems to only be the non-comic based parts. And I mean.. the walking dead is a long comic series.. it's not like they don't have ample material to work off.
What happened to the black dude and his son that Rick encountered in the first season. Weren't they supposed to meet up again at some point? Also, is Merle still alive? What the heck has he been up to? If there's something I've missed, could someone point it out to me?
Very good episode tonight. Nice to watch the tension build up so fast inbetween the two groups. I also want to raise the point Darrel should be infected, since after he was shot that necklace was pretty nicely set in his mouth. Any one have any idea on what the barn of zombies purpose is? Pacifistic way of dealing with it?
Now I must watch Hell on Wheels to see the bonus stuff for the next episode.
Yeah Searching for the girl and Daryl finding the doll im going to guess they do another episode looking for her and at the end they might find her alive or dead, as for the barn scene the old man has been geting more and more pissed with them i wonder if he would open the barn to get them out of there and end up dying him self, he seems like a prick now this episode. just my 2 cents tho hard to tell what they will do from the comic
Hooray for more filler episodes! At least there were scenes of Daryl being a bad ass to provide some entertainment. Anyone else disappointed that Maryl isn't actually back? I was hoping he'd bring some excitement.
Basically all we got from this episode was seeing Shane and Rick's conflict escalating just a little. Oh, and walkers in the barn but who didn't see that coming?
Wish they'd actually go somewhere... even 'I' am getting sick of this dragging on forever... and I have the feeling that even if they are building up to a big moment, the moment will be overwhelmed by the mundane waiting for something to happen.
Heck, reminds me of Catacylsm almost.
They're wasting so much potential with these characters. Not only are some of these characters amazing in the comics, but the actors playing them on the TV show are damn good. That's what I'm hating about this show, there are so many characters that are just being wasted.
Glen was badass in season 1, now he's get no useful screen time ('minute man' Glen at best. "was I any good" <---seriously?).
Carl...HOLY SHIT, is there ANY relation to TV Carl vs comic books Carl? Hell no.
Andrea, useless, need I say more?
Last episode was the best but by no means on par with some of the season 1 episodes.
This season reminds me a lot of Dragon Ball Z. There's usually a few minutes of excitement per episode, but it's mostly just wasted time.
Yep, I was not disappointed with last nights episode. I was a little bummed that Merle was a figment of Daryl's imagination. Would like to see the conflict form that honestly. As with others, over Sophia, sucks that it's been dragged out this long. I do get why, for the filler ect. Just meh about it now. Happy too that he was not killed. I woul dof wanted Andrea written off as a walker after that, then have her head blown off. Since I have not read the comics, I don't know how true the barn full of geeks is. But if it's inline with the comics, then leaves a lot of speculation as to who they are. I am guessing family and friends they could not kill because of who they are. Regardless of it, I would have a hard time killing my family members if they were turned. Hope next weeks get a bit more hairy for them. I am on the fence about Shane. but I do like Daryl.