Originally posted by Bassamatic: I can't believe I actually watched that.
TWD is very bad, Fear is worse and that new insult World Beyond is, yes, beyond watchable. I'll repeat a previous thought, the whole franchise has become "The Woking Dead". Despite all the years I've wasted with that world, I have to find something else to do with Sunday nights.
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It looks like Morgan is now a bounty hunter after he chopped off the other bounty hunter's head.
That seems to be where it's going. That still leaves a lot of questions, though. How much has The Survivor Formerly Known as Morgan turned? How far will he go? Will there still be some kind of climactic reunion with his old friends? Is there a remote possibility he is playing a long con against Ginny?
His weapon changeout says a lot. His original staff very well symbolized his Art of Peace philosophy- one end for killing (the pointy end if that's not obvious), and the other for resolving violence without killing. His new executioner's axe is built purposefully for one thing only, taking life. Is that who Morgan is now?
Just who was the mystery medic who originally patched Morgan up and left him the note?
Final question, what's up with the big submarine? Is that some kind of ballistic missile launching Polaris sub? And if so, maybe it needs two keys to arm the missiles? (We know who has one at least).
Originally posted by Tommydogg: How about that new show? The Walking Dead Hunger Games Edition (World Beyond)? Maybe its TWD for 9 year olds?
I've seen the trailers and I'm afraid to watch the actual episodes exactly for that reason. Maybe I'll work up the courage since it's not fair to judge otherwise, but the producers are already diluting their brand enough.