It looks like The Walking Dead's Glenn and Abraham got off easy with Negan. The survivors who are now his slaves will be living a rough life. Daryl’s treatment in episode three was deplorable.
What does the gruesome season 7 premiere of The Walking Dead have to do with The Art of War? Well, our hero Rick didn’t adhere to these ancient rules of warfare
This week on The Walking Dead some of our favorite apocalypse survivors have a hard time adjusting to the new world of Alexandria, while a few start to give it a chance.
Before the winter break, "The Walking Dead" basically ripped off the band-aid when it came to Beth's death, but this episode entitled 'What Happened and What's Going On" felt like when someone slowly and painfully pulls that band-aid off
Who is going to get cracked with Negan’s bat, Lucille, when The Walking Dead returns on Sunday October 23rd? Sadly, we already know. Spoiler at the very end of article alert.
Ever had a family member bring a bunch of friends over and you felt like you needed to hide your wallet and other valuables? That thought times a million must have been going through the heads of the Townies of Alexandria when Rick led a half heard of flesh eaters home on "The Walking Dead,"
I have to say that this week's episode of The Walking Dead was close to the best of this season. It was certainly much better than last week's viewing. They opened with Carol in a flashback to when she drove away from Rick after he exiled her for a couple of prison "murders."
The Walking Dead season 7B finally returns much more quietly than it began as we weren't left with a life or death cliffhanger this time around. After such a violent and brutal premiere, it ended with more hope