30 Days of Zombies- Day 10
Burnt walkers from the latest season. For a couple reasons:
They are (presumably) the ramifications of Daryl and Beth’s brief stint as arsonists. And it makes my Bethyl heart sing.
More proof that you truly can only kill a walker via the brain (not that proof is needed these days).
One of the few times I’ve seen walkers in a state other than the “typical” zombie getup. These ones were covered in ash and burns and scars opposed to the open, decaying wound we often see.
30 Days of Zombies- Day 9
When Daryl went awol with Merle and realized how the prison group had become more of his family than whatever life he and Merle had together.
So he helps save the lives of a Latino family and gives us the disgustingly glorious kill. Plus, I believe I remember reading somewhere that this was one of Norman Reedus’ favorite kills?
30 Days of Zombies- Day 8
Gas Mask Zombie.
One of my favorite episodes of the series. Action-packed and a great show of character evolution. Up until this point many had been hesitant to kill walkers. But now? No hesitation. They’ve honed in their skills and can effectively work as a group.
Plus, c’mon, this guy was nasty. In the best way possible.
30 Days of Zombies- Day 7
Bleeding eyes zombie.
Why? Because he was quietly disgusting. Certainly not, “ewww” worthy as others zombies (I’m looking at you well-walker) but unsettling nonetheless. And, as stated on The Walking Dead wikia page, “Seems to have been bleeding from its eyes, just like Patrick did before he reanimated in the prison showers. Possible sign of new infection or virus.”
30 Days of Zombies- Day 6
Continuing on my evolution of Glenn Rhee- headstomp zombie.
Another scene that bring the feels for Glenn. Whereas my previous two posts featured walkers that had be fearful for his life, this scene had be worried about his sanity.
Maggie was assaulted and Glenn didn’t know how to deal. Luckily the show didn’t go the route of the comics and have a female incessantly raped by The Governor. Nevertheless, Maggie went through a traumatic event and Glenn felt hopeless. In the world of The Walking Dead it can be easier to deal with killing the undead opposed to being helpless when it comes to dealing with your fellow man.
So what does Glenn do? Stomp the hell out of a zombie and get out some aggression. (Also leading to Rick having a very, “ummm, da fuck?” moment while watching him)
Blanche Has Friends- “Tiny, Biting, Festering, Nervous Tic”.
Music video I produced earlier this year will be screening at the Coney Island Film Festival this Saturday at 7pm. Check it out! I’ll be meandering around enjoying the weirdness that is Coney Island
30 Days of Zombies- Day 5
Poor Glenn. Yesterday’s walker of the day featured the first one that made me nervous for Glenn’s life. Now here’s another one, one season later.
Glenn was almost completely defenseless in both situations. But he, in the evolution of his character, found a way to survive using the tools around him. Resulting in a truly badass fight scene (that had be cringing for his safety the entire time).
Plus, this episode is the first time I noticed how built Steven Yeun has gotten since starting the show.
30 Days of Zombies- Day 4
The first time I distinctly remember being worried for Glenn’s safety. And being so utterly angry at T-Dog for idly standing by while everyone else is struggling with getting Glenn to safety and ensuring this guy didn’t contaminate the water. Plus it’s a blubbery bloated walker. Need I say more?
But at least even some of the diehard fans realize how despicable such behavior is. It’s pretty bad when Vikingsmessageboard has shut down, leaving only this message:
Vikings Message Board has been shut down permanently. It will not return. There are two primary reasons.
1. The Vikings cowardly decision to reinstate a child abuser and think that an apology will make this blow over. We will not stand for this arrogance and we will no longer be the home of any support of the Vikings. We stand for those who cannot defend themselves.
2. We will not give a voice to those who think child abuse is “cultural” or worse, openly advocate child abuse as a reasonable method of punishment. This ends here. Yes, a few board members have ruined it for everyone. Congratulations, assholes.
edit: we have replaced the word “thugs” with “those” to avoid any potential racial connotation. it wasn’t intended and appears to be distracting from the real message that child abuse is never okay.