Tag Archives: Robert Kirkman

The Walking Dead 6.9: No Way Out – Review

EDITOR’S NOTE: This is my 100th post for the Slog. To all my readers, thank you for following along. To all my non-readers, you’re not reading this, so I can say with impunity I fucked your mom last night after … Continue reading

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The Walking Dead 6.5: Now – Review

As inevitably happens on The Walking Dead, the action happens in fits and bursts. And when they end, its with the jolt of a slammed brake pedal. Just like Season 5A, the first three episodes are action-packed before descending into … Continue reading

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Next on The Walking Dead – Season 6 . . . and 7 and 8

As you’re hopefully aware, The Walking Dead, like cultural counterpart Game of Thrones, spawned from separate-but-equal source material, in this case an ongoing comic series by Robert Kirkman. I wrote an article back when Season 5 concluded in March of … Continue reading

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The Walking Dead 6.3: Thank You – Review

Glenn’s dead! Or, at least, that’s what the show wants us to think after the coward Nicholas committed suicide, dragging Glenn down into a horde of zombies where he appeared to be eaten. Appeared being the operative word. See, I’m … Continue reading

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The Walking Dead 6.1: First Time Again – Review

The journey of The Walking Dead is, inextricably, the journey of sheriff Rick Grimes. In past seasons, Rick’s character oscillations have been fairly clear from green Rick of Season 1 and 2 to the Ricktatorship of Season 3  to Farmer … Continue reading

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Does The Walking Dead Have a Game of Thrones Problem?

Both based on beloved source material by iconic creators, both arguably the top television shows in the world, Game of Thrones and The Walking Dead have redefined genre television for a new generation, adding dramatic weight and heft in telling … Continue reading

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