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Submitted by Crazay 465d ago | interview

The Walking Dead Bosses Tease Season 4's New Threats, New Characters and Old Foes

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When The Walking Dead returns this fall, Rick (Andrew Lincoln) & Co. will still be residing in the prison — but that doesn't mean we're in for a lull while the group learns how to be a community again. After all, there's still the ever-present danger of The Governor (David Morrissey), who abandoned Woodbury and left his former residents to be taken in by Rick. But how is Rick dealing in a world where nearly everyone he's gotten close to has died and his son is on a precarious path to becoming a monster? TVGuide.com turned to executive producer and comic book creator Robert Kirkman and new showrunner Scott Gimple to get the scoop on the new season and which elements of the comics will be introduced this year. (Cinema, Robert Kirkman, Scott Gimple, The Walking Dead)

Crazay  +   466d ago
I don't want to see Negan until mid next season. For some very good reasons which I won't be going into at the moment.
JKelloggs  +   465d ago
I've only read up to 88 on the comics, so I have no idea who Negan is! D: gotta get my read on!
Crazay  +   465d ago
I certainly won't spoil it for you but we'll just say he's a bad mammajamma
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Lord_Sloth  +   465d ago
I stopped reading after the Vampire Bat issue so I'm sure I know why you don't want to see him. All I can say is it likely won't go the same way in the series. Let's not forget that many characters who died in the comics are still alive, and many characters who survived in the comics are already dead.

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