TV Review: The Walking Dead Season 3 Review
I am a big fan of all things Walking Dead, the Telltale Video Game absolutely blew my mind a couple months ago, and ranked up with some of the best Video Games I have ever played. I am also completely up to date on all the comics, and no I am not going to make comparisons or spoil anything that may/or may not happen in the future on this post.
Out of the three mediums Comic, Video Game, and Show I can easily say the show represents the weakest link of The Walking Dead universe. Don’t get me wrong, I still love the show and it still stands as one of my favorite shows currently on television, it just feels like over the three short seasons the show has struggled immensely to find its focus.
Season 3 started out with some intense merciless zombie-killing action. There seems to be a divide in what people look for in the zombie genre. It’s either intense gorey bloody zombie-killing action or the harsh realism and psychological deterioration the zombie apocalypse would have on mankind. The Walking Dead shoots for the ladder, and it is aiming to please everyone in Season 3. Continue reading