The evolution of Richonne has many layers, and because Rick could entrust his children to her in a way that he could with few others, one of the most important layers is the bond that Michonne has with Carl.
TWD’s second half of season six has two major problems to contend with: one it unintentionally created, and one it (definitely, awfully, terribly) deliberately created.
I’m about as tolerant as TWD fans get when it comes to these mumblecore episodes of self-discovery, but even I have my limits.
Finding the roots of Morgan’s “first, do no harm” philosophy was something we had to take care of eventually.
If all life is precious, how much can you sacrifice when the lives of your tribe and yourself are threatened and killing is the only way out?
My friends and I argue about The Walking Dead far more than we argue about anything important. Part of that is my fault, probably. For one thing I don’t pay […]
The show may have done itself a disservice in making Daniel and Travis the characters to lead, because the former’s aloofness and the latter’s naivete neutered any semblance of dread that should be permeating everyone’s waking moments.
The world as they know it is morphing into the world of lawlessness that we know in ‘The Walking Dead,’ where decision-making has become determining whether to do the right thing or to get what you need/want, and the two are not mutually exclusive.
Regardless of the roles the characters of Fear the Walking Dead are playing, it’s clear that something is rotten in the state of California.
The police and military both heading in wrong directions about how the malady spreads and how it affects people, but society is already degenerating so rapidly that their first reactions are the best courses of action at this point.