The Walking Dead Articles
The Walking Dead show recaps, reviews, and photos.
The Walking Dead Season 2 Episode 3 recap We open with a super creepy, out of context shot of Stupid Shane shaving his head. Cut to Shane and Otis The Fat Cannibal attempting to outrun the zombies at the high school as Rick narrates a story about the time Stupid Shane stole a car. We’re supposed to understand that Shane has had close scrapes before and gotten away with it. Full Story
The Walking Dead 2.2 recapWe begin with a pre-zombie flashback. Horrible Lorie maybe doesn’t love Rick anymore because he won’t fight with her. “Call me a bitch if I’m being a bitch,” she tells a friend. What do you mean IF? Stupid Shane shows up to tell Lori that Rick has been shot. Lori has to tell Carl. Full Story
The Walking Dead Season 2 Episode 1 recap Welcome to the weekly recaps of The Walking Dead. When thinking about what to do for these recaps, I started thinking about how TWD is a true water cooler show. DVR has kind of eliminated the water cooler show as most everyone watches stuff off their DVR now which means everyone’s viewing schedules are messed up and chances are if you start trying to talk about a show at work/school/wherever, someone is going to scream “SPOILERS NOOOO” and run out of the room crying and cursing your mother. Full Story
Oh Officer Rick, how I have missed you. It’s been a year since The Walking Dead debuted to tremendous success on AMC and now Rick Grimes and his band of increasingly hopeless survivors are back, ready to see if they can top, or at least replicate, season one’s success. After the unceremonious sacking of Frank Darabont, the creator/head writer/showrunner, just after Comic Con over the summer, it feels like a bit of an uphill battle. Full Story
Written by Sarah Sunday night was the premiere of AMC’s The Walking Dead, a television-adaptation of Robert Kirkman’s comic book series of the same name. The comics are a very popular monthly serial so an adaptation of some sort seemed inevitable, especially as zombies have become more mainstream in the last few years. Full Story