I should come to the realization that people will always find something to complain about.
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Posted by farswell7 on 02 December 2013 - 03:17 AM
Posted by bimbolover on 25 November 2013 - 03:24 AM
Posted by michaelmyers on 03 April 2014 - 06:43 PM
I'm great with 16, I just wish they had a season opener that was 2 hours and a finale that was 2 hours....without 265 bullshit commercials in each episode as well.
Posted by DukeSilver on 10 February 2014 - 03:51 AM
If someone could make a gif of Carl running into the door and falling over, I will love you forever and shower you with upvote
I didn't make this, but here you go:
Posted by JesusMonroe on 31 March 2014 - 02:21 AM
This season would have been 100000x better with Andrea, honestly. They could have had so many more storylines with her if she was still in the show. Now I'm waiting 7 months for another season without her where people like Sasha are gonna be prancing around in her weak plot armor to upset and ruin Tyreese with her inevitable death.
I respect your posts but honestly, it's time to move on. The show can't undo Andrea's death and if they did retcon it, it would be worse than when they killed her off in the first place.
Complaining about Season 4 because Andrea isn't in it shouldn't be a criticism because there was no possible chance she would be
Posted by Valleyaggie on 10 February 2014 - 03:16 AM
Did Michonne really have character development, though? The writers mostly just added some depth to her character by showing her past (which is a good thing)
You could see her emotion. She was finally actually grieving for her family instead of being all closed off. She retreated to her closed in self when she made her two new pets but then snapped out of it and retaliated. Her joining the group of walkers represented how she was pretty much a zombie herself, emotionally. Then she realizes what she is doing and reacts and kills them all. When she sees Rick and Carl through the window, she has a moment to decide if she wants to go in or just keep walking. She chooses to knock on the door. She chose not to be alone, not to be a living walker. I think that's some pretty darn good character development.
Posted by DukeSilver on 24 March 2014 - 07:15 AM
Someone on tumblr noticed this connection:
Posted by Yelnots on 01 April 2013 - 02:42 AM
Posted by ApexPredator on 31 March 2014 - 02:13 AM
So a Ringleader, an Archer, a Samurai, and a kid walk into a boxcar.
Too bad we have to wait several months to hear the punchline.
Posted by Jamber on 10 November 2014 - 04:29 AM
pg 13 ... geez nothing to complain about IMO
... pretty strange tho ... the violence of the show is ok ... but "moaning" in a scene with nothing shown
Posted by JesusMonroe on 17 March 2014 - 02:02 AM
Posted by Neganite on 13 February 2014 - 07:02 PM
Ok guys I know this is like running through an airport shouting Jihad but hear me out before you start lighting your torches and sharpening your pitchforks.
For me Daryl's continued survival is detrimental to the character development of several major characters. Daryl has had the coveted spot of Ricks right hand man since about season 2 now. This is all well and good but Daryl hogging this role means that other characters from the comic coming in are left directionless.
Firstly Tyreese. Now in the comic Tyreese comes into the fold a lot earlier (issue 7 if memory serves), and pretty quickly becomes Ricks right hand man. Tyreese in this role became a huge fan favourite, and Rick and Tyreese's relationship was an interesting one. Despite liking and respecting each other, the fact that Tyreese had influence on Rick meant that when they disagreed we got to see a great dynamic between them where they come to blows. Including an epic fist fight that ends with the two barrelling over a railing to the floor below. So when during the Governors final assault on the prison
However in the TV show, Tyreese came in swinging with all his hammer wielding glory but spent his time hanging around with that woman whose name I don't know, fannying around in woodbury looking confused, pulling his :0 face when two people who I didn't care about got served extra crispy by Carol. He is directionless. Its all well and good bringing in characters from the comic but if their story and position has already been filled its kinda redundant.
Secondly Abraham. Now its been announced Abraham will be strutting his handlebar mustachiod stuff in season 4, its hard to get to excited about because just like Tyreese his slot is filled with the sexiest hillbilly ever. In the comic Abraham turns up to join a broken group after The Governators assault on the prison and causes havoc, clashes with rick, insults everyone in earshot tries to kill Maggie after she hangs herself because he thinks she will come back
Finally Jesus. Jesus is Ricks current right hand and possibly the most badass character in comic history. He is 100% team Rick. He believes not only is Rick a great leader but Rick has what it takes to change this world for the better and stands by him as they face oblivion heading into war with (my favourite character and avatar) Negan.
So back to Daryl. Daryl is hugely popular with the ladies and selected gentleman. He is a moneymaker when it comes to merchandise, and those hugely annoying 'if daryl dies we riot' posts are springing up everywhere like a pimple on prom night. But the fact is, there are many many many epic and badass characters in the walking dead world. But if Daryl sticks around forever (which we know he will. Yea that's right I call bullshit on the 'nobody is safe' thing) we will never get the most out of these characters when we meet them.
I can take the hate if you feel its warranted but that's what I think.
So Iv rambled on enough for one post, Ta Ta.
Posted by theblackboxlies on 23 January 2014 - 08:07 PM
'' Vote for the man that wants to burn it all down to the ground. Vote on the man that wants barbed wire dicks that can crack steel. Vote for the man that BOMBS AWAY MOTHERFUCKERS. Vote for Negan. Vote for your safety....or he'll fuckity fucking kill you.
For a AWFUL fucking tomorrow. *teeth sparkle* ''
Posted by Leela on 01 April 2013 - 02:25 AM
Posted by Leela on 25 February 2013 - 12:58 PM
Posted by Serenity@sea on 10 November 2014 - 03:47 AM
I had actually noticed in No Sanctuary that there was a scene where she seemed to be watching Maggie as they fled Terminus. She then quickly emulated her. I think that watching this group in action and realizing that she has to adapt quickly or die has greatly accelerated her learning process.
Posted by Officer_Friendly on 31 March 2014 - 02:23 AM
Also how did they not get shot. They stood their and you could see the shots everywhere but where they were.
It was not the intention of the gunmen to kill Rick, Daryl, Carl, and Michonne. They were firing around them in order to lead them toward the train cart where the other prisoners were being held captive. It's a parallel to the snare trap that Rick was teaching Carl about earlier in the episode. Force the prey in one direction so they have no where else to run.
Posted by Officer_Friendly on 31 March 2014 - 02:13 AM
Rick claimed the fuck out of Joe's jugular.
Posted by Creeper on 24 February 2014 - 05:30 AM
I think there is too much risk involved with getting in a tangle with an obviously dangerous group. Any one of them could have been shot, so he left instead.
And he did profit by killing that guy - he got a gun, and most importantly he escaped with his life and was able to warn Michonne/Carl. Sounds like a 'win' to me.
Posted by xaviersaint on 25 November 2012 - 08:20 PM