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#1 Sep 04 2012 at 3:58 PM Rating: Decent
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40 days and counting.

Allow me to speculate that, no matter how long this series last, this season (and possibly the next) will be the best. Michonne and Jail. Smiley: inlove
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#2 Sep 05 2012 at 6:17 AM Rating: Excellent
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Yep, can't wait.
#3 Oct 03 2012 at 3:54 PM Rating: Good
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Few more days. Just bringing this back up to mention that there's a marathon Saturday as well.
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#4 Oct 14 2012 at 8:02 PM Rating: Good
It being so long between episodes & the fact that I'm a comic fanboy, while being factors, do not take away that this was one of the best episodes of TWD ever.
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#5 Oct 14 2012 at 9:13 PM Rating: Good
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Surprisingly little AMC vs Dish fight spam. I think I only counted once, and it was during a commercial for that comic book show.

I enjoyed the episode, good start, hoping for more.
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#6 Oct 14 2012 at 9:15 PM Rating: Excellent
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Yeah, this was a great season opener. Looking forward to the rest of it! But I'm kind of bummed they didn't kill off Carl over the winter. I still hate that kid.
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Carl's gonna get some from Hershel's younger daughter. I laughed when Hershel chased him out of the cell.
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#8 Oct 14 2012 at 10:09 PM Rating: Good
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I had, what was described to me, as an idiotic grin on my face throughout the episode.

Looks like they replaced Dale's character with Hershel, as far as changes from comic to show goes.

Edited, Oct 15th 2012 12:43am by lolgaxe
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#9 Nov 04 2012 at 11:39 PM Rating: Good
Wow, that was some powerful TV. Even though I knew the ultimate fate of one of the characters that died tonight beforehand Lori, due to following the comics, I think this version was better. From Lori's sacrifice, to what Carl had to do, to Rick's reaction...wow.

As a comic fan, I was most excited about Michonne & the Governor showing up, but they were much less interesting than the other stuff. Holy ****!
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#10 Nov 05 2012 at 6:25 AM Rating: Excellent
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Yeah, last night blew me away. I had a couple of tears, which is odd since I don't like either character involved, haha.
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Omegavegeta wrote:
I think this version was better.
I don't know, the comic certainly built up more hope. Still, powerfully well done.

No one cares about T-Dog. Smiley: frown
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#12 Nov 05 2012 at 8:24 AM Rating: Good
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lolgaxe wrote:
Omegavegeta wrote:
I think this version was better.
I don't know, the comic certainly built up more hope. Still, powerfully well done.

No one cares about T-Dog. Smiley: frown


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#13 Nov 05 2012 at 12:57 PM Rating: Good
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I was just starting too, this season.

While Lori's death in the comic was more...brutal (especially since the baby dies too), I felt her death on the show was...I don't know? Honorable? When she dies in the comic, she's pretty much been a moody insufferable @#%^ for awhile. I really liked the build up to "good" Lori over the course of this season, & her death coming when & how it did was a pleasant surprise.

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#14 Nov 05 2012 at 6:01 PM Rating: Good
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***** it I'll say it: I. LIKED. T-Dog. I realize "Theodore" ('cuz no one knew his **** name!) wasn't a big character in the show necessarily but I honestly have to blame that on the show's writers for sh*tting on him for no real apparent reason other than they just could: Merle beating the **** out of him in the second episode, running from a zombie and cutting his arm open, essentially having no lines. I could go on...

Anyway, I haven't read the comics (though I plan to in the future) but Lori in season two pretty much made me hate her character just for not knowing when to shut up and stop making things worse. Fingers crossed Carl becomes the group badass now.

And how the **** did they come out of Atlanta and he was the only black guy in the group? Sorry, had to ask...
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That was a good episode last night. It had pretty much everything, fear, zombie-busting, good plot advancement,.. and a good mix of painful events, triumph and twists. Last week's episode was a bit slow.

Although, with T-Dog's death, it felt like a bit of a placeholder. Somewhat like '1 member from the main group has to die each episode' and he was the easiest to get rid of.

And, what was up with the that little story that Rick was telling about a guy he arrested when he was a rookie. I watched it with CC during the second showing, and he said something along the lines of 'i busted this kid'. Was he speaking of one of the two convicts (white guy and black guy) or did he just pull out that stupid story as some 'all convicts are bad' justification?
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Just throwing it out there, but doesn't Carl die in the comics as well? I measure my characters by their longevity in the comics.... Smiley: grin
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#17 Nov 06 2012 at 9:18 AM Rating: Good
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TWA wrote:
Was he speaking of one of the two convicts (white guy and black guy) or did he just pull out that stupid story as some 'all convicts are bad' justification?
His story was that he caught someone who killed his girlfriend, but was so convincing of his innocence that he got off and ended up killing someone else. I think it was more along the lines of "Just because they say they're innocent (or in this case, harmless) doesn't mean they are."

Carl Spoiler: He doesn't die, but seems to constantly attract bullets.

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#18 Nov 13 2012 at 8:22 AM Rating: Good
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I didn't think they'd bring in Penny, or maybe wait much longer but there she was. Zombie World Wrestling is how I would handle the Zombie Apocalypse as well. Either way, for a storyline that was almost 40 books long, they sure are moving at a quick pace.
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#19 Nov 14 2012 at 11:14 AM Rating: Good
I thought Penny would have shown up at the end of the last episode, as it would have been more dramatic than the "TV" zombies.

Oh well.
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#20 Nov 18 2012 at 9:04 PM Rating: Good
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So... Maggie is the Governor's play thing?
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#21 Nov 18 2012 at 11:35 PM Rating: Good
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That's Andrea. And yes, at this point you can't be surprised that a woman was worthless in the tv series.

Michonne is showing promise, but barely, and I must admit even I'm surprised Carol survived. Also, I'm surprised they did the big reveal about the phone so soon. They could have drawn that out for a lot longer. Normally I don't like drawn out things, but in this case I think it would have worked out to show his instability.
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#22 Nov 19 2012 at 5:02 AM Rating: Good
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That's Andrea.


No, I mean during the previews, Maggie is in an interrogation room. Governor walks in.
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#23 Nov 20 2012 at 9:29 AM Rating: Good
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Oh, I never watch those because I don't want to know what happens the next week until then. Which is an odd thing to say considering I read the comics, but still.
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I'm more afraid of the governor than I am of the zombies.
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#25 Nov 27 2012 at 11:10 AM Rating: Good
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Just finished watching the 6th episode from last week. So far season 3 is a great watch.
Don't like this new Michonne character too much. While her decisions so far make sense I can't stand the way she is acted. This permanent angry facial expression gets on my nerves. Other than that she shows promise. I hope they have a good explanation why she's so adept at sword-fighting.

And hey, I cared about T-Dog! Was not my favorite character but a solid addition to the group. Apart from that one time when he ripped his arm open for no good reason.
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Thanks to Amazon Instant Video I'm finally caught up with everyone. I'm loving the fast pace of this year so far. Very little in the way of down time. My thought right now on this season's finale: it will have something to do with Merle sacrificing himself to save Daryl. He's already lied to the Governor about Michonne being dead. The only reason I have for thinking this is from the first season when they went back to get Merle and Daryl said "The only thing that can kill Merle is Merle." That quote just stuck with me. I may be wrong, we'll see.

Looks like another character from the comic may be coming.http://www.ign.com/articles/2012/11/20/the-walking-dead-guess-whos-finally-being-introduced-from-the-comic-books

Speaking of the comic, I just read issue 104.GODDAMMIT CARL!!! What the **** were you thinking?!
#27 Dec 02 2012 at 11:59 PM Rating: Good
On the Mid-Season Finale.

- Yay for casting Cutty from The Wire as Tyreese!
- TV Andrea still sucks.
- I'm guessing Merl's joining team Rick after he & Daryl escape. Working as the Governor's inside man of course.
- While I like TV Michonne, comic book Michonne is more badass.
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Some things irked me about the midseason finale. For one, how the **** did Daryl get captured? He's been pretty much the badass since day one, and now he gets captured by some random militia wannabes? I'm guessing he just let them take him captive, but still. I'm also not really enjoying the whole "Lose a Black, get a Black" casting going on. I did like Tyreese in the books, though. I did appreciate him having a hammer. That's a little touch most people probably wouldn't get. Oh, and that short "So you're a *******" scene between Carol and Axel was funny. And then we've got the Governor. In the books he's a downright despicable individual, but on the show they seem to be trying to make him a sympathetic villain. My guess would be it was the censor's fault, since I kind of doubt they could even imply the deal between him and Penny. Worse still, now we gotta wait till February, and Comic Book Men gets moved to Thursday. Smiley: motz

Oh, and Andrea continues to suck as mentioned. The TV writers must hate how awesome she is in the books.

Edited, Dec 3rd 2012 9:59am by lolgaxe
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#29 Dec 03 2012 at 3:52 PM Rating: Decent
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I enjoyed the mid-season finale. Though in retrospect I'll admit I'm starting to feel disillusioned about The Walking Dead:
Andrea is again being used for character development purposes, T-Dog #2/Oscar getting killed off and being replaced by Tyrese (seriously wtf man?! Smiley: mad), Michonne finally shows an emotion besides anger (for 10 seconds...),the Dixon brothers being reunited and Andrea staring there like a deer in the headlights (a mix of good and bad IMHO).


Other points I really enjoyed:
Axel going pedobear, making a nod to the comic via Axel calling Carol a *******, the eye gouging, Rick losing his sh*t and seeing Shane, Carl slowing becoming more of a badass, Michonne realizing Andrea ain't her buddy no more and saying "You NEED me."

Overall it did a decent job as a mid-season finally but I'm certainly not looking at this show with the same glossy eyed enthusiam as I once did.
#30 Dec 03 2012 at 9:57 PM Rating: Excellent
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I was pretty happy overall with this episode, although Andrea is, in my opinion, getting drastically close to Lori-levels of dislike. Yes, her character has been neutered (or spayed) compared to the comic but it's more as to how the actress plays her. Just the way she delivers some of her lines. I like the actress but some of her mannerisms rub me wrong. Nothing that I can specifically point to. Maybe it's just me, though.

And how about Glen getting all badass? First taking out that zombie with a chair, then making a weapon out of it's arm! That was **** creative.

I'm still sticking with my Merle prediction. No way Rick will let him back in the group after what he did to Glen and Maggie. Not even as a hostage. I just can't see it happening.
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Some things irked me about the midseason finale. For one, how the **** did Daryl get captured? He's been pretty much the badass since day one, and now he gets captured by some random militia wannabes? I'm guessing he just let them take him captive, but still. Worse still, now we gotta wait till February, and Comic Book Men gets moved to Thursday. Smiley: motz


It makes sense. He was getting hemmed in on multiple sides by the gov's crew. They may not be sharpshots, but for him to try to get over the wall by himself where the rest of the team did over the bus would be a death sentence. It was either keep fighting and die or give up. He's a badass, but moreso he seems to be a survivalist.

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And then we've got the Governor. In the books he's a downright despicable individual, but on the show they seem to be trying to make him a sympathetic villain.


Ive never read the comics/books but... this governor just seems to be more realistic. Why would people follow him/trust woodbury if he was just a despot? It would be hard for his troops to hold all these people under duress without constant escape attempts and possible multiple mutinys.

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I enjoyed the mid-season finale. Though in retrospect I'll admit I'm starting to feel disillusioned about The Walking Dead:
.....,the Dixon brothers being reunited and Andrea staring there like a deer in the headlights (a mix of good and bad IMHO).


What else could she do? I doubt she could have single-handedly saved Daryl while fighting off a bunch of angry latina woman and the gov's gun-toting force. Also, she had no idea why daryl was there except for the lies the gov told her/everyone. The scene clearly showed her confusion/questioning of what was going on, and that makes sense considering the situation and everything thats happened.

I did really enjoy seeing Michonne 'emote' this episode; the way she reacted to penny kind of tells that the young daughter/child 'hit close to home' for her, that maybe she experienced something like that in her past -ergo her wack attitude. That would help to explain her dead-inside wont-open-up-to-anyone demeanor.

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My guess would be it was the censor's fault, since I kind of doubt they could even imply the deal between him and Penny.


Eeeww, did they really go there in the comic books? Or is my mind just being extra dirty today?

As for the finale, I liked it. Had lots of action and good scenes. The thing with the black dudes is rather idiotic. They should just have let T-Dog live. And develope him as a real character.
In my eyes, Andrea has surpassed Lori by being a douche extraordinaire and unbelievably naive and trusting when it comes to the Govenor while being so so quick to jump to conclusions when it comes to Michonne. It's not like Michonne saved her life, most likely multiple times, during the missing months between s2 and s3.
I like what they are doing with Carl. In s2 I found him a tad annoying but now he seems years ahead of his age when it comes to maturity and decision making. I'd like it if he would display more emotions. Not much more. Just a tiny bit.
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#33 Dec 05 2012 at 9:06 AM Rating: Good
Kirkman wrote the finale.

Figures.
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#34 Dec 09 2012 at 9:44 PM Rating: Excellent
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As someone that's never read the comics and probably never will, I'm really happy with the direction the show is going. This season is much better than the first two. Also, I like that we all hate Andrea. Every show needs someone to hate. We hate Andrea and I think we're supposed to.

And in spite of myself, I'm starting to like Carl. Dammit.
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Ive never read the comics/books but... this governor just seems to be more realistic. Why would people follow him/trust woodbury if he was just a despot?
He's really good at hiding it.
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Eeeww, did they really go there in the comic books? Or is my mind just being extra dirty today?
Yeah, it goes into extra detail in the "Rise of the Governor" mini.
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I saw this on IGN. It's some of the cast talking about the upcoming second half of this season. Not much is really revealed, mostly a re-hash of what's happened so far this year. I liked it just for the chance to hear Rick and the Governor's real voices. And Michonne smiles! Notice, there may be minor spoilers for anyone not caught up though.
http://www.ign.com/articles/2012/12/11/the-walking-dead-cast-discuss-the-second-half-of-season-3
#38 Dec 26 2012 at 8:20 AM Rating: Good
So, I fell like Kirkman's giving the finger to all the new fans of his comics, by going really dark. Especially if you read Invincible, where he breaks the fourth wall & basically tells you he is.

Still my two favorite comics atm, though.
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#39 Jan 09 2013 at 12:41 PM Rating: Good
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I think the comics have reached the point where they've outlived their fifteen minutes of fame, as it were. I think they should weed out the entire cast and start over on a new group.
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#40 Jan 14 2013 at 6:15 PM Rating: Good
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I think the comics have reached the point where they've outlived their fifteen minutes of fame, as it were. I think they should weed out the entire cast and start over on a new group.


I haven't read this month's yet, but it seems like thats what he's doing with the two (Not counting Carl) characters that have left since #100.
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Just bumping this to point out the show restarts this Sunday (Feb 10th) for anyone still interested, with an all day marathon before it. Hopefully a few of those questions I had from the finale are answered.

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That was pretty good, did you see this one yet?



And the finale:



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Well, I know what car I want next. Smiley: laugh
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#45 Feb 10 2013 at 9:04 PM Rating: Good
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Rick is losing his ****, which is a lot more pronounced then I was expecting.

Also Daryl. Smiley: crymore

An okay episode.
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Agreed. Although the Governor taking out the bitten woodbury guy is pretty much the most awesome thing he's done on screen thus far. Still hate TV Andrea, especially the Zombie Apocalypse MLK she became for a bit this episode.
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I'm really bummed to see Michonne going the way of Andrea. Awesome comic characters turning to garbage on tv. Andrea might be a lost cause but Michonne still has time to come around. She just needs To. Say. Some. Thing. This perma-****** attitude is wearing thin.

For the Daryl & Merle fans:http://www.ign.com/videos/2013/02/07/the-walking-dead-survival-instinct-gameplay-trailer-1
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I thought it was okay too. Hopefully they don't drag this whole Rick-goes-crazy thing out too long.

Can anybody explain to me why Andrea is still in Woodsbury even after everything that happened last episode? I mean an explanation other than 'She has a severe mental illness'. -.-

Do the comic book fans know if Daryl is coming back? Would hate if he would be gone for good.
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Do the comic book fans know if Daryl is coming back? Would hate if he would be gone for good.


It's my understanding that Daryl is not a comic book character, everything he does is new.
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Do the comic book fans know if Daryl is coming back? Would hate if he would be gone for good.


It's my understanding that Daryl is not a comic book character, everything he does is new.


The more you know... Smiley: smile Thanks. At least there's still hope then.
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Can anybody explain to me why Andrea is still in Woodsbury even after everything that happened last episode? I mean an explanation other than 'She has a severe mental illness'. -.-
Only explanation I've got is that the writers hate her.
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