One thing that's bothered me for a while is the infection. Why is a bite worse than what everyone already has? We know that everyone has the zombie virus inside of them already. So if a zombie bites you, why would that matter? They're just giving you the virus again right? I don't really get how that works.
They used the bones to make human stock for soup.
This isn't based on anything but my own conjecture.
We have 45 men suited up. They're all supposed to be ready to play.
Thanks for the thread! Huge Walking Dead fan here as well.
I agree - this season every episode has been epic.
Love to see more walker-head splitting by Michonne!
When does the second half of the season start? I'm looking at the episode list on wikipedia, and if they're going to do the same thing as season 2, they'll start back up in February. Is that how it's going to work for this season?
I read a short novel some years ago, based on pretty much the same premise, except, rather than there being numbers of infected zombies, there was just this one malevolent being, who could take over bodies after they died. The twist was that he could keep the bodies he inhabited moving and human-like for a limited period of time. They started gradually to decay. In the climactic scene, the protagonist had managed to corner him in an old house and blow up and burn the house. As the cells started to try to creep back together and reassemble themselves on the walls as a humanoid, the hero came in and blasted them with a flame-thrower...
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