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    I love the trade paperbacks (I don't read them as single issues--rather devour them in one sitting). This comic series is phenomenal.

    I thought the show did a good job of setting up the premise of the series. I found it lacking somewhat in suspense, but I know they'll build towards that down the road. Being AMC, the cinematography is top knotch, and the performances so far are very real. I was thrown off by at least one of the changes (in the hospital), but I understand why they did it the way they did.

    I'm really looking forward to this series.

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    I too caught the premiere and thought it was well done, by and large. Excellent photography, believeable actors, effects and the most realistic "corpses" I've ever seen in a movie of this genre. I also felt it was a little slow and thought there should have been more explanation to the cop as to what actually went wrong. Unless I missed something, how long was he in the hospital that he missed the whole event?? They just seemed to skim over that part. I'll stay with it but do wonder how long they can sustain this and keep it fresh.

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    The Zombies ate his HORSE.

    Otherwise, it was a pretty good start.

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    This is amazing! I love it! With all the ZOMBIES!

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    I have never read the comics. I did like the episode, I just hope they explain how the zombies came to be. No spoilers ploxors

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    i really thought it was good. love the use of silence for once in a tv show! they didn't ruin it by over-dramatic music. the lack of music and sound in abandoned atlanta. smart move. hope it lasts.
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    It was better than I expected. Very good for a tv show about zombies. Some of the zombies looked decayed and horrifying, just what I would expect. Not the typical freshly dead look that most zombie movies have. A few scenes were yawnish. But I will be tuning each week to watch.

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    Not really into zombie stuff but I'll definitely watch this in the coming weeks.

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    I have looked at the trades but haven't read the comics. I am interested in reading them. I really like the premiere episode. Andrew Lincoln is hot as fuck! I will have to say I am sick of every movie or TV series having the lead guy searching for his wife and kid. Can't anyone come up with anything else? And she's fucking his best friend. Seen it a million times. He woke up out of a coma just like Alice in Resident Evil and like that guy in 28 days later. Also seen that done too many times. Other than that I was into it. I loved that one Zombie pulling herself a long in the park. Creepy! I wish they would explain how this happened. Anyone read Marvel Zombies? What a fun read. Better to Read the story in the Ultimate Fantastic Four trade than the Marvel Zombies trade though. Art work a million times better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluedragon4 View Post
    I have looked at the trades but haven't read the comics. I am interested in reading them. I really like the premiere episode. Andrew Lincoln is hot as fuck! I will have to say I am sick of every movie or TV series having the lead guy searching for his wife and kid. Can't anyone come up with anything else? And she's fucking his best friend. Seen it a million times. He woke up out of a coma just like Alice in Resident Evil and like that guy in 28 days later. Also seen that done too many times. Other than that I was into it. I loved that one Zombie pulling herself a long in the park. Creepy! I wish they would explain how this happened. Anyone read Marvel Zombies? What a fun read. Better to Read the story in the Ultimate Fantastic Four trade than the Marvel Zombies trade though. Art work a million times better.
    The parallels with 28 Days Later in the waking up scene were an interesting coincidence, as the two (the movie and the comic) were released literally months within each other, but not so far apart that either could have been a copycat.

    I liked the first two Marvel Zombie stories, but after than I lost interest. They dipped into that well a few two many times, IMHO.

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    It might of been slow start but it was a powerful episode especially the scene with Rick going back to the park to look for that zombie and Morgan upstairs with the sniper rifle. I got all emotional because the score during those 3 minutes were amazing, I hope it gets awards.

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    i thought it was brilliant and over all very well done. i appreciated that there was the expected horror but what impressed me were those moments of sadness. i'm hooked. there isn't anything like this on tv at the moment.




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    Re: The walking dead

    Quote Originally Posted by billysosilly View Post



    i think it could have been fun ..if, Rick and Shane were lovers

    but sadly..i doubt viewers would be ready for a totally original awesome idea!

    i found...the scene with Morgan struggling with trying to shoot his wife.
    and Rick feeling sorry for the bicycle girl.very emotional



    if this series stays true to the comic book series.
    it could be an extremely wild ride

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    It's going to veer away from the comic in places, so I hope that won't spoil anything for you. I like to see faithful adaptations, but I think with this series I will be cool with it taking some twists from the source material.

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    Re: The walking dead

    The success of the comic is that the zombies are just the backdrop. Granted, a backdrop that comes up at times like a bloody tornado, but it's mostly a study of human beings who have survived a global catastrophe. I think the pilot episode is promising that kind of exploration as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by billysosilly View Post
    i found...the scene with Morgan struggling with trying to shoot his wife.
    and Rick feeling sorry for the bicycle girl.very emotional
    Best scenes of the pilot.

    The Walking dead. Officially my new obsession.

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    I am hooked.
    I am not familiar with the comic books and do not know anything about what caused people to become walking dead, I wish they had explained more about that in episode one.
    Production value is as many of you have written just outstanding.
    I did think the 90 mins could have easily been cut to 60 mins which would have made the show move along faster, some shots were too slow and seemed to just go on an on. I too liked the lack of music which for me made some of the scenes more intense
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    Really enjoyed the first episode and thought it was very well done.

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    Guys and soon to be fans, listen.

    In order for this series to survive, it must not give all clues on the premiere night. This is a series; not a show in the movie theater.
    If you give too much information too fast, interest is lost. I like being intrigued and knowing it is not over when I see credits.
    I have loved zombies since "Night, Day, Dawn and Dairy Of The Living Dead." I am glad to see something other than a vampires, werewolves or witches.
    Let it play out and I am sure you will continue to watch it every week to wonder how the living will offset "The Walking Dead."

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    Re: The walking dead

    Actually I thought it was going to be about zombies and survival and more zombies and more survival... and maybe a gay scene or two for GLAAD. Not much of a plot line there.

    Judging from some of the posts here, I hope there is a more concrete, less-zombies and less-survival plot line.

    Don't get me wrong. I love zombies. That is how the resurrected dead should look like. Not sucking blood or sparkling all over the place.

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    Re: The walking dead

    Is there anything gay in the trades?

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    I am caught up with the trades, and there's nothing gay up to the most current one. It's my one disappointment so far.

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    the only reason i watched it was for andrew lincoln and he did not disappoint in the skin department- i had never heard of the comics so i don't know any upcoming plots- which i like. i thought it was good and will tune in for more eps-
    he should have left the horse on the farm!

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    Quote Originally Posted by loki81 View Post
    there's one gay couple that I can remember, but they're pretty deep into the books ((just got off my ass to check, it's book 4))

    I want to also say there was a lesbian main character, but I'll be damned if I can remember... the body count in the books is high and it all kinda blends together.

    there's also a MFF couple for a few books.
    Would you mind PMing me with some details? I don't remember a gay couple at all, and I've read all the tpbs.

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    I wasn't sure what to expect, but was very pleasantly surprised. Surprised and glad to see AMC take a risk on something like this. Being a zombie afficionado, I was very interested in this show, and will definitely be watching on the future. I also thought it was very well done, and it avoided a lot of the cliches that you might typically see in something like this. Well done AMC, give us more!

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    It definitely lives up to the comics so far.

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    I'm in love with the show, and have been since I heard about it during the summer conventions. The show is so suspenseful. I literally think I'm gonna have a heart attack every episode.

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    I'm a big comic fan, but never rread the title this is based on. I liked the pilot. My BF LOVED it - but he's a zombie fanatic.

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    Last night's episode was tense. And gross. Enjoyed it very much though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spiff View Post
    Last night's episode was tense. And gross. Enjoyed it very much though.
    I agree. When it was over I thought, "Intense episode". Really good. I just read it already was picked up for a second season. I would LOVE to see them do "Y: The last man". Anyone read those trades? They were really great. I think that series would even outdo this one.

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    Y the Last Man is easily one of my favorite Vertigo series of all time.

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    Re: The walking dead

    So here is a question I imagine alot of you Zombie experts can help me with
    We see hundreds and hundreds of them all going ape shit trying to get there hands on one or two people, we have seen them eat a horse and a rat so why is it they don't attack and eat each other?
    They just roam around in a fog (as Zombies tend to do) why not just go at it and satisfy there hunger. Remember I know nothing about Zombies so it may sound like a dumb question but I keep wondering about that.

    One another note we got to see bit more of Shane (Jon Bernthal) this week and oh yes, he is quite the babe.
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    Just watched the first episode. I quite liked it and will continue to watch. I was more excited to see Frank Darabont as the creator of the series, and director of the first episode. I wasn't aware of his involvement prior to watching, but after "The Mist", I've become a bit of a fan. He's done great work adapting Stephen King to film. I think this much celebrated graphic novel is in pretty good hands.

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    I saw it. The premise was ok, but Andrew Lincoln has as much charisma as a block of cheese. The rest of his UK work is dull. He may pick it back up but I won't be watching it again.
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    I wanted to watch this alone in the dark. BUt I cant Its too intense for me. I had to watch it in the morning. WTF!

    Its the first a series had that effect for me. It scare the shit out of me. LOL

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    The Walking Dead has been renewed for season two
    AMC has ordered a 13-episode second season after its second episode on Sunday averaged 4.7 million total viewers and 3.3 million viewers 18-49, hanging on to an impressive share of its debut
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    good to hear it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sonny10305 View Post
    So here is a question I imagine alot of you Zombie experts can help me with
    We see hundreds and hundreds of them all going ape shit trying to get there hands on one or two people, we have seen them eat a horse and a rat so why is it they don't attack and eat each other?
    They just roam around in a fog (as Zombies tend to do) why not just go at it and satisfy there hunger. Remember I know nothing about Zombies so it may sound like a dumb question but I keep wondering about that.

    One another note we got to see bit more of Shane (Jon Bernthal) this week and oh yes, he is quite the babe.

    Hope this clarify somewhat of an answer;

    If you remember the 2nd episode right before they chopped the "walker" up to smear it dead remains on them to not get caught. I was said that they smell living flesh, so that attracts them to the living to fed.
    It is in the mind to always eat or put something in your mouth (hunger or oral fixation). They crave to eat, so eating dead meat or themselves is not part of it because they want FRESH meat.
    When you eat meat it is always an animal that was killed, correct. You don't go eating dead animals that was just lying around. That is what the brain activates in zombies to eat, bite or taste.

    Now if you ask me how come they move so slow and wander around like they looking for a lost dog, I cannot help you with that answer. **Notice when they want to eat, they are like rabid dead humans when they see, hear or smell the living.

    P.S.,
    I like the way they showed that candid sex scene with Jon removing his shirt. I hope for more skin on skin in future episodes. Somebody has to be horny or reproduce at some point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aisle72 View Post
    Hope this clarify somewhat of an answer;

    If you remember the 2nd episode right before they chopped the "walker" up to smear it dead remains on them to not get caught. I was said that they smell living flesh, so that attracts them to the living to fed.
    It is in the mind to always eat or put something in your mouth (hunger or oral fixation). They crave to eat, so eating dead meat or themselves is not part of it because they want FRESH meat.
    When you eat meat it is always an animal that was killed, correct. You don't go eating dead animals that was just lying around. That is what the brain activates in zombies to eat, bite or taste.

    Now if you ask me how come they move so slow and wander around like they looking for a lost dog, I cannot help you with that answer. **Notice when they want to eat, they are like rabid dead humans when they see, hear or smell the living.

    P.S.,
    I like the way they showed that candid sex scene with Jon removing his shirt. I hope for more skin on skin in future episodes. Somebody has to be horny or reproduce at some point.
    I also wonder why they don't run around. That is what made "24 days/months later" scary cause you never saw them run b4 and these dead could run! And in the second episode one of the dead climbed a fence so why can't they run? Sort of off topic but I just watched all 9 "Friday the 13th" movies on AMC and the victims ran like they never ran b4 and jason just walked slow. But he ALWAYS caught up to them. I was laughing while watching. Now, how can that be? lol Not everyone in all 9 movies could trip. I guess slow and steady wins the race.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluedragon4 View Post
    I also wonder why they don't run around. That is what made "24 days/months later" scary cause you never saw them run b4 and these dead could run! And in the second episode one of the dead climbed a fence so why can't they run?
    I think it's because the zombies aren't supposed to be the scariest things in the series.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thedolaon View Post
    i love this show!!!

    i've been waiting for that addiction since Lost ended!!!
    Agreed. And LOST was the shit! Tonight's 3rd episode of WD was excellent. I just hope they don't take a YEAR between episode 6 (the season ender) and season 2 they way LOST had to.

    I have the first series of the WD comic and still haven't decided if i want to watch it or read it first.

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    What the what?? Only three episodes left for this season.

    It has not disappointed so far.

    A shame about the hand, LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CUMMINGS View Post
    What the what?? Only three episodes left for this season.

    It has not disappointed so far.

    A shame about the hand, LOL.
    Yeah, dude. AMC wanted to do a test run first, so they only ordered 6 eps for the first season. But since it's now their highest rated show, I believe they've announced they're doing 12 eps for season 2.

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    Re: The walking dead

    Great series.

    I like 28 days later and loved the remake of Dawn of the Dead but zombies should not be able to run. Dead things are decaying.
    Say a zombie epidemic occurred it would be a limited cycle because the law of natures would apply and dead cells decay, break down, fall apart - won't work, turn to mush - earth to earth, ashes to ashes, dust to dust.
    Things would just rot off and fall apart plus those dead that are trying to eat the livings would be eaten themselves by bacteria, fungi, & parasites like maggots. Flys and maggots would quickly do to the zombies which living humans cannot.

    Not all animals need fresh killed meat either.

    Where are the dogs? I mean my neighborhood is loaded with dogs. There are almost more dogs then people in the surrounding urban neighborhood. Dogs will eat carrion and dogs would be roaming everywhere in packs tearing the shit out of slow poke smelly good eating zombies.
    Big birds, they could come out of the wood work along with the bot flies to have a field day.

    Hey this is in Atlanta or Georgia. Pigs, lot of pig farms in western central GA. There would be hundreds of pigs running in herds and they are crafty , & mean and have no problem eating anything when they get hungry enough. Pigs would be with dogs eating the shit out of zombies.

    Zombie series can only be a short term project before its horror impact as a monster thriller is lost in the hot sun of decayed flesh as they turn into rotting water balloons filled with pus quicker in Florida.... and Georgia then say Juneau .

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    Quote Originally Posted by vulgar_newcomer View Post
    Great series.

    I like 28 days later and loved the remake of Dawn of the Dead but zombies should not be able to run. Dead things are decaying.
    Say a zombie epidemic occurred it would be a limited cycle because the law of natures would apply and dead cells decay, break down, fall apart - won't work, turn to mush - earth to earth, ashes to ashes, dust to dust.
    Things would just rot off and fall apart plus those dead that are trying to eat the livings would be eaten themselves by bacteria, fungi, & parasites like maggots. Flys and maggots would quickly do to the zombies which living humans cannot.

    Not all animals need fresh killed meat either.

    Where are the dogs? I mean my neighborhood is loaded with dogs. There are almost more dogs then people in the surrounding urban neighborhood. Dogs will eat carrion and dogs would be roaming everywhere in packs tearing the shit out of slow poke smelly good eating zombies.
    Big birds, they could come out of the wood work along with the bot flies to have a field day.

    Hey this is in Atlanta or Georgia. Pigs, lot of pig farms in western central GA. There would be hundreds of pigs running in herds and they are crafty , & mean and have no problem eating anything when they get hungry enough. Pigs would be with dogs eating the shit out of zombies.

    Zombie series can only be a short term project before its horror impact as a monster thriller is lost in the hot sun of decayed flesh as they turn into rotting water balloons filled with pus quicker in Florida.... and Georgia then say Juneau .
    I would like to see them apply some actual science to zombies like this. How long could the dead walk b4 these things wiped them out? 1 year, 5 years, 10 years? longer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluedragon4 View Post
    I would like to see them apply some actual science to zombies like this. How long could the dead walk b4 these things wiped them out? 1 year, 5 years, 10 years? longer?
    Good thought, they have yet to explain all that much about how all that happened, perhaps they could explain how the Zombies exist, ya know some plausible scientific facts to make the show more believable in a fun sort of way.I am not suggesting Zombies could ever exist but just give us something to think about, as in yeah that could happen.
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    You know I like the show I'm 2 episodes in but with Ramero's(sp) many, many, many dead rehash movies I feel orininalty with the dead is done. One thing I want to know why essential are all the dead in these things caninbalistic vampires!? seriously why?

    Anyway I like the show amased how the do empty streets etc must have to do it 1st thing in the morning. Thought this wouldn't have the budget it did although I'm not familiar with AMC so there you go. Glad the are doing 12 episodes next series sometimes 24/25 is over kill with US shows. Both Showtime and HBO show that 12/13 can be enough.
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    I agree on these mini series. A plot can only take you so far throughout the living years.

    The only shows that last over years are cartoons because the characters never age. There is always something different each week. I have yet never seen a cartoon say "to be continued."

    A TV series has to know when and how to end to make it a talk soup/water cooler topic.
    "Lost" had a beginning and knew when to make the finale. Other shows always end ahead of their time because they lose the interest of the viewers since no "open end" thought is put in the process. We are left with what happened to characters.
    "Mad Men" is ending in 2 to 3 years because the creator/producer says he is not taking the 60's base series into the 70's era. That is a good plan keep viewers until series finale besides it being a great show.
    "Smallville" has a good following from the beginning, then viewers was gone in middle but know with this the last year, viewers are tuning in again.

    In short (lol) "The Walking Dead" will need to figure a way to keep viewers tuned each week. It is good right now but where is this going in the next few years being that it's dealing with a major population of the dead?

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    Glad they've been greenlit for a second season!

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    watching and like it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Molotov Spark View Post
    i loved it, and it sucks that this sunday is the season finale to it. but i've noticed that the end of the of last episode they aired has started to stray away from the comic book a bit. It makes me wonder what direction they're gonna go, but i hope they reveal what it was that turned everyone into zombies.


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