Last week I concentrated on Rick’s (Andrew Lincoln) evolution. In Episode 2: Sick, Rick is forced to protect himself and his team from the prisoners, but he does so in a violent and disturbing way. How has Rick changed since last season, even since last week? Find out after the jump…
Like any good little survivor of the inevitable, upcoming zombie apocalypse, I’m going to follow the herd this Wednesday.
At the end of days, when most of the world’s population is (un)dead, you’ll best beat the odds by surviving within groups of the living. Besides having people around you to converse about the inherent brilliance of this summer’s The Dark Knight Rises film, you’ll be able to use any slow, dim-witted individuals that keep you company, as necessary decoys for the hordes of walking corpses, sure to overrun your temporarily safe social compound.
The Walking Dead comic is the most well-known and successful independent comic of the last ten years. Millions of the living can’t be wrong. So too, millions of the undead.
And that’s why you need to pick up The Walking Dead #100 today.
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Desmond is back y’all!! Former LOST button pusher Henry Ian Cusick is headed to Fringe this spring, TVLine reports. He will be playing an FBI agent assigned to a Fringe case in this season’s 19th episode. Cusick recently wrapped production on the first season of ABC’s new Shonda Rhimes-produced drama Scandal, which premieres on April 5 after Grey’s Anatomy.