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He Who Hesitates Is Chomped

by Peter Paltridgeon 04/08/2017
Given Negan’s tendency to cockily milk every victory for all it’s worth, you wonder how he hasn’t been abruptly eaten by a giant tiger already.

It Truly Is The Apocalypse

by Peter Paltridgeon 03/28/2017
Last Sunday, a disturbing little detail went unnoticed by most. We had to point it out.

Rosita’s Close Shave

by Peter Paltridgeon 03/07/2017
That was a close one…

The Educational Episode

by Peter Paltridgeon 03/07/2017
Eugene has a big evening planned. Alternate gag: Eugene switches the cartridges out and begins playing Sinistar. When the Sinistar says “RUN, COWARD!” Eugene hangs his head and says, “That is an accurate assessment.”
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The BOAT

by Peter Paltridgeon 02/17/2017
The clue seems so obvious in retrospect.

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The Tara Story

by Peter Paltridgeon 11/30/2016
After an absence of over six months (due to pregnancy), TWD decided to make it up to Tara fans by granting an entire episode to the character. Some critics reacted with “Will you just get back to Negan already?” but in my opinion, I enjoy these self-contained glimpses at other lives more than I do […]
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Target Practice With Michonne

by Peter Paltridgeon 11/14/2016
We can sum up last Sunday’s gargantuan 90-minute Walking Dead Spectacular in four words: “Rick holds Negan’s bat.” So that being said, we’d rather focus on one specific scene instead.  

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The Walking Dead Show And Comic May Not End The Same Way

by Peter Paltridgeon 11/11/2016
First things first: we have an advance clip from next Sunday’s episode. It reveals that when Negan comes knocking on Alexandria’s door, he brings along a familiar friend. For bargaining? For blackmailing? No one knows yet, but there’s Daryl, looking humiliated. By all accounts the Walking Dead gravy train is still choo-chooing at full speed, […]

Dwight’s Real Boss

by Peter Paltridgeon 11/07/2016
What is most important in Dwight’s life? His wife? His devotion to Negan? Something must motivate him to get up every day and do what he has to. We decided to shed a little light on it…..