This week’s The Walking Dead was like halftime of a nasty football game that left a pile of players on the injury golf cart during the first half of play. We needed a break from the gore and violence of episode one. And "The Well" gave us just that.
The premiere of The Walking Dead will forever be remembered for the gruesome killings of Abraham, then Glenn as the result of Daryl wanting to get in a meaningless punch on Negan.
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
"The Walking Dead's" season 6 season finale seemed to have split fans of the show who hated the cliffhanger (a poorly executed stalling tactic to bait fans) and those who are biting their nails
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.
We already were waiting to hear more about Negan's antics on the Season 7 of "The Walking Dead," but fans were thrilled when the latest trailer (below) revealed that King Ezekiel and his pet tiger Shiva
Daryl Dixon’s got to be dead right? Or maybe Eugene who was sent in as a sacrificial lamb to the Saviors? Could it be Glenn who experienced his last day on Earth? Well, we have heard from so many sources now that it's Glenn who meets his maker at the end of Negan's bat.
Boy, was there a lot of talk of things coming full circle this week on "The Walking Dead." Mostly from Morgan. But all that "what comes around, goes around" stuff rang a little bit hollow. More on that in a bit.
It was going to be tough for "The Walking Dead" to match the past couple episodes. Killing a bunker full of Neganites one week, then having Carol and Maggie turn the tables on their kidnappers the next set the bar pretty damn high.