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Robert Kirkman Offers Clues On The Fate Of Alexandria In 'The Walking Dead' Midseason Return

Robert Kirkman Offers Clues On The Fate Of Alexandria In 'The Walking Dead' Midseason Return

We can already make a fairly accurate assumption that The Walking Dead will kill off numerous characters in its midseason return on Sunday, Feb. 14 in order to make way for a host of new characters, including the series’ version of Breaking Bad‘s Walter White. What we don’t know exactly, however, is whether Alexandria will survive after walkers overrun the community.

Robert Kirkman spoke to that issue with Entertainment Weekly today, initially joking that the cliffhanger in the midseason finale wouldn’t be resolved for another seven episodes before backtracking. “Nah, I’m joking. We pick up right in that moment. Alexandria is overrun. Rick and the kids are all covered in guts trying to get through the crowd. Everyone is where we last saw them, and things get worse from there.”

How bad will it get? Will Alexandria be completely decimated and unusable? A new promo image from The Walking Dead Instagram account suggests that Alexandria could fall. “I thought living behind these walls was possible,” Rick Grimes says.

“I thought living behind these walls was possible…” #TWD

Meanwhile, Morgan seems to have left the location.

But no, according to Robert Kirkman, we should not expect a permanent location change, at least not yet. The survivors aren’t through with Alexandria yet, according to EW:

“It comes back to those plans of rebuilding Alexandria,” says Kirkman. “Assuming some people survive, and it’s a good bet that some do because they’ve already talked in the midseason finale that they’re not planning on leaving Alexandria. It’s a bump in the road, but there’s something special there, and they can turn this into an anchor that they can build upon. They actually have a chance at surviving long term and building a safe place, not going from safety to safety to safety the way they have for the life of the show. This isn’t the prison, and ‘Oh, we gotta move on from here and find another place.’ This is something different. And from there, there will be other things that expand their world in new and terrifying ways.”
In other words, other locations may (and probably will) be added to The Walking Dead. For Rick and the rest of those who survive the zombie attack, however, Alexandria will continue to be home base.

Me? I’m just happy to see Lennie James in a promo, which suggests that Morgan will probably live another day and fulfill a prediction that he and Carol will hook up in the back half of season six.

The Walking Dead returns on Sunday, Feb. 14.

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too long for  those who grieve; too short for those who rejoice.

But for those who love, time is eternity."

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Robert Kirkman Says Negan Is Like An Atomic Bomb Being Dropped On The Walking Dead

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Comic book fans know Negan - and they know how scary and utterly chaotic he is when he comes into The Walking Dead's story. From deaths to injuries to a complete shake-up in the way the survivors continue to live, there's basically no corner of the story that he doesn't touch.

Apparently, that will happen when he comes to the show, courtesy of actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan, according to comic creator and show EP Robert Kirkman.

"Negan is kind of an atomic bomb that's going to be dropped on the show, and the show will never be the same after that," he teased toEntertainment Weekly. "So buckle up, I guess?"

With Negan - or technically before him on the show (since we've already met some of them), comes his group, who call themselves "The Saviors." They're basically a "protection" racket, and Kirkman says one thing makes them scarier than the other groups: their lack of chaos.

 

 

"I think the Saviors are dangerously organized. The Wolves were psychotic, the Hunters [the group from Terminus] had a lot of weaknesses. When it comes to the Saviors, and Negan in particular, the way I’ve always thought about this in the comics is this is a group that’s led by a guy who’s had his morality dial a few clicks away from Rick toward the darker aspects of his personality, but is still an intellectual and capable leader who’s kept his group alive against all odds just as long as Rick has," Kirkman said. "It’s really the best encountering the best. When these two forces come head to head, things are gonna get interesting. This is a much different group than they’ve ever encountered. The Saviors are a group they’re not really prepared for."

Buckle up, indeed, The Walking Dead fans.

The Walking Dead returns to AMC February 14, 2016 at 9pm.

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too long for  those who grieve; too short for those who rejoice.

But for those who love, time is eternity."

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Andrew Lincoln Calls Negan Horrific On The Walking Dead

Brandon Davis
Comicbook.com
February 3, 2016

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When The Walking Dead return next month, change is coming. The first eight episodes of the sixth season have been building to an explosion and that explosion is imminent.

The second half of the season will be "drastically different from the first episodes," Andrew Lincoln tells TVInsider, although he admits, "Episode 9 is almost a chapter finish." It's likely to be the "chapter finish" viewers wanted in the midseason finale back in 2015.  Beyond that, "the next seven episodes are this crazy race to a new world order," he says.

Not only will we meet Tom Payne's portrayal of fan-favorite character from the comics, Jesus, when the show returns but eventually we'll see Rick Grimes cross paths with the sinister leader of the Saviors, Negan. Lincoln is putting the pressure on Jeffrey Dean Morgan to nail the role, saying, "This is probably one of the most important castings other than Rick. He's a beloved fan-favorite, but also a huge foil to Rick and his family. Everybody needs a good baddie, and this is the one that a lot of people have been waiting for for quite some time."

 

 

Though viewers have already been terrified by a big bad in David Morrisey's Governor, Lincoln promises the two are very different and makes Negan sound a lot more of a handful. "The Governor was magnificent and David did a beautiful job playing him but Negan is horrific," Lincoln says. "He is this incredible tyrant and this very charismatic, funny, brutal beyond words sociopath. I'm interested in the relationship between Negan and Carl and Carl and Rick. There's a very complicated, extraordinary psychology between those characters. I'm just thrilled that we are getting to a place where it feels very deep, dark, thrilling and dangerous."

The path to Negan begins when The Walking Dead returns on February 14 at 9 PM ET on AMC.

 

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too long for  those who grieve; too short for those who rejoice.

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There's an embedded video on this page, only 19 seconds, but it shows a car in the background from the beginning scene of the most recent episode, #9, aired Sunday 2/14/16.   This car, and whoever is in it, some say Negan, and why they think Daryl is the one he kills, after watching Daryl blow up his men.  I never noticed it in the background and naturally I too would ask, "How would Negan know Daryl killed his men?"   I'm betting Negan is in the car and saw Daryl blow them up.  Haven't found the video where I can just post it and not a link to the site, which is shared from a Twitter post.

https://www.yahoo.com/tv/between-daryl-negan-viewers-missed-130055619.html

I did manage to get a screen shot of the car and hopefully it will upload.  You will spot it once you've watched the video

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Okay, this is a test.  I managed to get the embedded video's code, of which I know little about, and naturally not sure if it will post, so here goes two different ways.  Hopefully one of you will be tech savvy enough to figure out how to post just this 19 sec video.

 

 

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You can't post HTML, you will just see the code you've pasted. Just post a link to the Tweet instead and it will embed, including the video if the Tweet has one. I've fixed this for you. :)

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My son sent me the attached...love it.

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Jesus is a resident of Hilltop Colony - another community of survivors within Alexandria, which will play an important role in the remaining episodes of season 6.
Jesus himself is a kind of recruiter (quasi the "Aaron" the Hilltop Colony) and is as Ricks "right hand" in the comics still an important figure in the exchange between the two communities, which makes it a valuable ally for our survivors , Although he is and remains primarily a total badass, but can Rick & Co. trust him - a fact that unfortunately applies to not too many strangers in the world of TWD! Whether Jesus will play the same role in the series, is still open...

I'm curious !:w00t2:
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