In the world of The Walking Dead , every single character we come across has experienced a great loss. A number of them, really: family, friends, community, society… everything that’s taken for granted in life suddenly disappears, the petty dramas of eve more
On The Walking Dead , the security of the prison is gone and the prison family is separated all over. In "After," Carl's forced to go out on his own after his father's injured. His isolation provides moments of personal growth and survival. Meanwhile, Mic more
Carl-haters got a special treat tonight, as the sheriff-hat-wearing lad managed to be awful to and at pretty much everything — he's shitty to Rick and shitty at dealing with zombies. But his general ineptitude is the highlight of The Walking Dead 's mid-s more
Carl fought a door and lost in this somewhat good and somewhat boring return from break. Read More...
When we last saw our survivors, the Governor and his group attacked the prison. The Governor killed Hershel, before getting a bullet between the eyes and the prison had to be abadoned. In the chaos, our survivors split off into many separate groups. Thoug more
Before we dive into the second-half premiere of The Walking Dead ’s fourth season, can we take a moment to bitch about these breaks? It’s been more than three months since we saw the prison in flames. Granted, that’s a more reasonable hiatus than, say, t more
When Greg Nicotero directs an episode of "The Walking Dead," you know you're in for a treat. "After," the first episode of Season 4b, is no exception, as its opening minutes included more walkers than many entire episodes. As the title implies, this episo more