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The Walking Dead season 6 has cast Jeffrey Dean Morgan as Negan, but fans are concerned what that means as Glenn’s fate is still unknown. We’ll likely find out what happened to Glenn by The Walking Dead winter finale. If Glenn is dead, The Walking Dead series might change the way Negan is introduced into the series. The infamous Glenn comic book death scene could be passed on to another Character. Here are the likely candidates to meet Negan’s Lucille.
1. Daryl
Sorry guys. If there were any time to kill Daryl, it would be by Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s hands. In the comics, Rick is extremely close to Glenn and relies on him to get things done. In the show, Daryl has become Rick’s right hand. Glenn’s death was senseless as he had nothing to do with the events that lead to getting ambushed by Negan. No one is safe in The Walking Dead. Not even Daryl.
2. Carol
Carol has become extremely powerful after the loss of Sophia. Carol has adapted to this world and will do what needs to be done without question. Carol would sacrifice herself to save someone she cared about. If Carol knows Maggie is pregnant, she’ll want to make sure Glenn is alive to help her through her pregnancy.
3. Morgan
He might be a series regular this season, but Morgan that doesn’t mean he won’t die on the season finale. Morgan’s philosophy of refusing to kill people might come back and haunt him. He could let one of Negan’s Saviors go only to meet Lucille later on. Seeing Negan kill Jedi Morgan might be a huge emotional blow to fans of the show.
Still, The Walking Dead is known for its twists on the comic series. No one is safe. Except Rick. If he dies, the show’s over.

In any event, TWD writers are working up to something big.
 

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It isn't only the comic books, my wife gets a periodical mailed to her that follows the twist in the show more than the comic book. She says be watching for this gun slinger character to show up, it sorta takes on a western
theme when he does. This guy is good, a Johnny Ringo type like in Tombstone.
She says he pretty well takes the limelight away from Ricks bunch, a real bad boy.

He doesn't take orders from anyone and he is a very proficient zombie killer. Ricks fast on the draw with his
Python as seen before like in that bar, but this guy is much faster. And rumored to be the one who saved
Glen so he falls in huge favor with Maggie. The wife says he can walk through a mob of zombies quickly picking out only the ones who immediately pose a threat, and he has a way of caseing complete confusion among them.
Still no word on what kind of guns he's useing but he does have two of them.

A few of the remaining Alexandria locals start to follow him, because he never loses his cool like Rick has before.
He was once some kind of hit man or something, so far only showing up doing his own thing before anyone has met him. He may have helped people get out of trouble but he took everything they had, like a price.
The Wolves know about him but avoid him like a snake they have lost every encounter with him.

Like that guy in Citizen Z on the Sci Fi channel, he may even be one of those who survived a zombie bite.
And that's the reason he can walk through them like he does, they only see one of them not a man.
He's half zombie anyway he just never died.
 

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Fans say it's been long overdue where TWD needs to address the plague anyway. And the half zombie character was a concept TWD came up with first, they just haven't used it yet. Where Citizen Z swiped the concept from them early on. One thing Eugene did know and he told Abraham about it later on.
And that was there were stories of survivors of a zombie bite, he had never seen one but the story's were still out there. And in the last days the CDC was desperately looking for one.

One big thing comes up, since they are all carriers why hasn't it killed them yet even without a bite?
Only when they are killed or bitten, something TWD explained in some spin off comics but not the story the
series is useing. Their body's would already be producing an antibody that is keeping the virus in check.
It can only take over after they die for any reason. Unless the virus is mutating and when your bitten you have no immunities to the new strain so it kills you.

Eugene was more important than he even knew he was, because he knew something and it's why they are keeping him around. And this comes out with this new character, it didn't matter if he was bitten or not.
He still has an immunity but that doesn't mean it hasn't effected him. Like in WWZ where they were infected
with a virus that made them invisible to the zombies.
 

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Even though Daryl is one of the most popular characters in The Walking Dead, he hasn’t really been doing much in Season 6 beyond riding his motorcycle very slowly in front of a giant herd of walkers. But he gets into a heap of trouble in the next episode, thanks to an unrecognizable group of survivors. Could that group possibly be a part of The Saviors, the deadly squad of underlings ruled by Negan? One huge clue seems to suggest this may be the case.

As was first shown in the Season 6 trailer released at Comic-Con, Daryl stumbles upon new folks, and the main guy has no qualms with sticking a gun right in Daryl’s face. And according to The Spoiling Dead Fans, that character’s name is Dwight. (Brain explodes.) Comic fans know that name to Negan’s most recognizable right-hand-man. So does that mean that this pack of wanderers is one of presumably many small squads of Saviors in the area surrounding Alexandria?

Jeffrey Dean Morgan was recently cast as Negan, and he’s rumored to be showing up in the Season 6 finale, with a broadened storyline coming in Season 7. In the comics, the Saviors enter the storyline before their leader is introduced, so this makes sense, although I didn’t realistically expect them to come up until after the midseason finale. And these people don’t kill Daryl, even though they could easily do so, and that fits into Negan’s philosophy, which is more concerned with bullying people into giving him stuff under the threat of death, rather than just simply killing everyone. Plus, the guy’s name is DWIGHT, and there’s no way that Scott Gimple and Robert Kirkman are going to introduce two characters by that name in the same season.


Dwight is also good with the crossbow, tying him to Daryl in that way. Spoiling Dead Fans also mention that Daryl’s crossbow is also in trouble in this episode, and he might lose the weapon to his captives. Could that be how TV Dwight becomes a crossbow king? That would be a really interesting shake-up from the comics in a way that feels organic.

So, either we’re getting our first taste of The Saviors next week, or Gimple and Kirkman are just screwing with us by calling this guy Dwight. Either way, it still doesn’t tell us what happened to Glenn.
 

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There are so many spinoffs coming out of TWD. Citizen Z and WWZ were just two.
Then there are the periodicals more like books than the comics. AMC would have its hands full
trying to sue them all. But they were the first ones to take it to a series and still the most successful.
Citizen Z is just a little much, last nights episode had them in Roswell coming across evil aliens.

Who caused the zombie apocalypse in order to wipe us off the map. The characters teamed up with
Native Americans who acted and still talked like Geronimo. Pretty silly huh?
Pretty much Mad Max kind of stuff but not nearly as good. But off topic a bit.
Scibaer the history channel recently had a thing about Big Foot that was pretty convincing.

Not like that other crap like the ancient aliens, or Sasquatch looking to steal food from a camp.
But real scientific evidence and theory by those who seek that as well.
They did have some good stuff, I was going to PM you and see if you had seen it.
It was in your neck of the woods, and even had your local police reports.


One of your highway patrol troopers had come in direct contact with one while responding to a call.
That guy was scared to death in the video at his station. He wasn't faking anything he really saw something.
 

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TWD is really popular.
i meet more and more people all the time who are viewers.

we are on season 6 ! thats kind of hard to believe at times that ive been watching it for so long
i sure hope it goes all the way to season 12 or longer
 

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Scibaer said:
TWD is really popular.
i meet more and more people all the time who are viewers.

we are on season 6 ! thats kind of hard to believe at times that ive been watching it for so long
i sure hope it goes all the way to season 12 or longer

I meet them all the time, all I say is the zombie soap opera and they know exactly what I'm talking about.
All ages and professions, and they aren't afraid to say so.
 

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i hear ya.
but you and i both know its not really about the zombies ;)

when the zombies kill and eat all the people and all that is left are zombies, what then ?

the zombies continue to rot away , dead flesh as the virus animates thier bodies.. but to what end ?

and why dont rick and or everyone just go to alaska or the arctic .. where is cold, the animated bodies would freeze and not be able move ? ..
 
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