New Images From Season Three Of THE WALKING DEAD

New Images From Season Three Of THE WALKING DEAD

Thanks to Yahoo! TV, we have a batch of new stills from the third season of The Walking Dead featuring Rick (Andrew Lincoln), Carl (Chandler Riggs), The Governor (David Morrissey), Daryl (Norman Reedus), Glen (Steven Yeun), and Maggie (Lauren Cohan).

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Filed Under "The Walking Dead" 9/14/2012 Source: Yahoo! TV
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Jollem - 9/14/2012, 3:14 AM
now THAT'S a knife

on a zombie-related note, how awesome does State of Decay look?
jj2112 - 9/14/2012, 3:59 AM
I stopped reading the comics after they settled in that development... I felt it started to drag, find a safe place, crisis, flee, find another safe place, crisis, flee... Kirkman should end it now, Marvel Zombies was better than this. The TV show was slightly more interesting, but now they'll do the prison thing and I'm sure the Govnr won't be so ruthless.
CorndogBurglar - 9/14/2012, 4:26 AM

Sorry, but i have to seriously disagree with you. Especially saying Marvel Zombies was better. That was just cheese and camp through and through, and was certainly not to be taken seriously.

TWD comics are some of the best written comics on the shelf and it is always good. I'll agree that they were in the prison too long and it got boring for about 6 issues or so, but after that, they had a purpose. Theh weren't just trying to find a safe place. They met someone that claimed to know how it all started and they started to escort him to washington. Just sounds like you gave up too early....
jj2112 - 9/14/2012, 5:02 AM
Sorry to disagree Corn, TDW had a very interesting start but eventually its potential got wasted. And I didn't give up early, I stopped when the housing development was attacked, because I felt that all that would happen was that some more characters would get killed for the shock factor of it and eventually they would find another safe haven, and the same would happen all over again.

Oh, and I respect your opinion on Marvel Zombies, but as someone said "Marvel Zombies will be the nightmare of any Marvel fan without any sense of humour".
kevberg - 9/14/2012, 5:23 AM
I say you're just wrong....the last season may have dragged in places but the characters stories are great and the show has been awesome. The show just gained and gained in viewers.
SmellofDuty - 9/14/2012, 5:26 AM
Think the Governors looking at his wall of heads in that still?
Unspoken - 9/14/2012, 5:37 AM
I like the comics alot, and even though I agree it goes from chaos to save then back to chaos alot I still enjoy the development of the characters and the shocking stuff. I think the TV show this season will make or break it for alot of TWD fans. If they can't pull off the governer without the madness violence he shows in the comics I will be turned off. I so wish the show was on HBO it would have been awesome.
CrowPirate1 - 9/14/2012, 6:23 AM
There have been missteps in both, comics and the show. Nobody is perfect.

Season two dragged near the beginning. and the Comic kills without concern for logic, fans or plot. (But, that's what good zombie stories do anyways, so I can't complain there.) But, in the long run, it's a zombie theme, show and comic, and being a hard core zombie fan, it's the ONLY zombie show on TV, and one of the only long running zombie comics going. I don't want either to end.

With nothing else on close to it, I will overlook a lot just to see how it goes on. I want it to go on. (I also want most of the main core characters to keep surviving, but.. NOTHING is certain for anyone.. I have to acknowledge that, and let go of those that do die. That's what a good zombie show/comic does. Kill.)
YOUNGBL00D - 9/14/2012, 10:15 AM
@crowpirate1 I totally agree with u man
Solitario - 9/14/2012, 12:54 PM
Solitario - 9/14/2012, 12:55 PM
YOUNGBL00D - 9/14/2012, 6:55 PM
Thanks @solitario

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