The Walking Dead: Season 6
Limited Edition, Short Box
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(Nov 01, 2016)
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Season Six starts with Alexandria's safety shattered by multiple threats. To make it, the people of Alexandria will need to catch up with our survivors hardness while many of Rick's people will need to take a step back from the violence and pragmatism they've needed to embrace. These reversals won't happen easily, or without conflict.
But now Rick's group is fighting for something more than survival...
They're fighting for their home, and they will defend that at any cost, against any threat, even if that threat comes from within.
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A friend of mine pleaded that I really should give the show "The Walking Dead" a chance...so I did...
Was I disturbed?? Definitely..!! Creeped out to no end..??? Absolutely..!
BUT...I started becoming really enthralled with the story, and eventually even became somewhat "numb" to the icky, scary zombies that are awkwardly limping and shuffling around everywhere, with their most disgusting signature-snarl...
The story about the different groups (or sometimes just a single person) of survivors is absolutely gripping. Rick Grimes, Carol, Maggie & Glenn, Daryl, Hershel, Michonne,...they all quickly became "my family" for whom I rooted, feared, felt proud, and/or cried in grief.
This show truly is absolutely terrific, and I am so glad that I listened to my friend and gave "The Walking Dead" a chance. It unreservedly earned it.
Now I'm suffering withdrawal until the next season comes out...
The first episode of the season went on entirely too long in flashback mode. I despised the black and white aspects. That being said, I did like the various perspectives of the same event.
The guy with the cane, darn his name has completely escaped me, now that entire episode was a waste of 60 minutes of my life. Although as it's Prime and no commercials more like 48 minutes, hey, got to find silver lining where one can.
I'm at the part where the group, in my opinion has finally officially crossed over to the Dark Side, will be interesting to see where it goes from here. Uh, what the heck was Maggie doing there? Does no one have common sense? And what's up with poor Carol?
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My biggest complaint thus far is the 'saving' of Glenn. Yes, I love his character. Yes, I was horrified. But it feels like a cop out and I'm kind of disappointed. The things that make shows great is that, fudge on a stick, sometimes our favourite characters don't make it.
The show started great and has improved year after year. For me--an actual fan and not a "fan"--Season 6 is my favorite. The writing is tight and the performances are award worthy... and, just a quick tangent--speaking of awards: why is a show with incest, dragons and frozen zombies heavily nominated for Emmies and a far more realistic show with regular zombies snubbed year after year? Don't get me wrong--I love Game of Thrones--but it just seems so wrong. Is it cause one show is based on a literary book and the other is based on a comic book? If so, I have to say, at least Robert Kirkman actually continues to write and finish his projects in a timely fashion... ya' hear me over there, Mr. R.R. Martin?
Anyhow... Season 6 is, in my honest opinion, absolute perfection! And if you are, in fact, one of THOSE "fans" and all you do is complain... may I suggest you go watch a show you actually enjoy, like Big Bang Theory or some other inane swill, and let the actual fans of TWD appreciate the show we so dearly love. Thanks! Buh-bye and hope this helps.