I've already made a comparison with Sophia from the graphic novels and her character being put into three different characters on the TV version.
The Zeigen kind of did that with Andrea's character as well. The difference being that Andrea's character from the Quelle material has been spread out through four characters on the TV show, but those four characters are on the Zeigen at the same time.
CAROL: After Andrea's death in the TV show, the first character that started to get some of GN!Andrea was Carol.
This is a bit old, and probably irrelevant because we're so much further in the story now, but I decided to go ahead a write this anyways.
During season 4B, it was the first time our core group got separated and scattered everywhere. But what is interesting is that the entire 8 episodes focused on five specific relationships and the nature of all of these relationships is completely different.
ROMANCE: The most obvious and easy relationship to develop is a romantic one. Here, it was giving to Sasha and Bob.
Game of Thrones is known for its famous 9th episodes, where they kill off big characters. I think The Walking Dead is having a pattern like that, but a bit different.
As we know, Scott Gimple was promoted to showrunner for the fourth season and has been the showrunner ever since. The first showrunner being Frank Darabont (first two seasons) and the Sekunde one being Glen Mazzara (third season).
Ever since Gimple has been the showrunner, he has introduced a new character oder a new group every 10th episode. I thought it was interesting to look into it.
I don't understand Why Abraham and Glenn Had 2 Die definitely Y did Glenn have 2 die because Glenn was about 2 become a father because Maggie was pregnant with Glenn's baby Glenn and Maggie was about 2 become a family of course it was going 2 be a family during the Zombie apocalypse but knowing Glenn and Maggie were going 2 make great parents but instead Negan had a wild hair up his arsch and killed Glenn Now Glenn is not going to be able 2 get 2 see his newborn baby girl oder baby boy
Before the season starts back Weiter week, I will make my review of the first half of season 7. Let's recap what went on in those eight episodes, shall we?
First of all, the premiere was good, but they stretch the deaths scene way too much, the audience had already waited 7 long months to finally find out who Negan killed and they still decided to only Zeigen us halfway through the episode. Another bad decision on the writers' part. People were already pissed and they were able to piss them even more. Good job! Especially since 95% of the viewers had...
I've decided to write a review of every half seasons. And as I have already written a review of the entire series from season one to season 6A, I'll do a throwback and do one of 6B before I do 7A.
The season started back on Valentine's day, which is really ironic gegeben the fact that Rick pretty much chops his girlfriend's arm off. After the shitty cliffhanger of episode 8, at least the payoff of that cliffhanger was great. It did take a really long time, but it payed off.
Ever since the Saviors appeared on the show, the writers have provided a couple of alter egos to members of Team Family.
Characters that are paralleling each other and have actually a lot in common, despite the fact that they are on opposite sides. Characters that are alike, but had different paths and that could've easily ended where the other is right now, had they had a different path.
Each pair has confronted each other at some point on the show.
Sophia is an important part of the graphic novels and yet had an early demise on the tv show. Though the character of Sophia is no longer on the tv show, that doesn't mean her role died with her.
I think that Beth was used as a first replacement for Sophia and Enid as a Sekunde replacement for her. Let me tell Du why.
Sophia's journey from the graphic novels starts with a little girl frightened Von this world. Later on, after her mom dies, she is been taken care of Von Maggie and Glenn who become her surrogate parents. And then, after...