Promo Released For The Second Half Of The Walking Dead’s Season 3.

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Posted on: January 2nd, 2013

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AMC’s The Walking Dead had a bit of a shaky run with it’s second season but season 3 has addressed a lot of the issues people had (less farm, more peril) and ended 2012 on a high note with it’s pretty great mid season finale. The show will be returning on Feb 10th (with the episode “Suicide King”) and from the promo below, it does look like there’s going to be all out war between David Morrissey’s Governor (with the people of Woodbury in his corner) and Andrew Lincoln’s Rick and his survivors.

I’m not sure how closely it’ll follow the comic arc but I’d say this could be the last season for a good few characters (but not Daryl hopefully…. please not Daryl). Whilst I do sometimes have my issues with The Walking Dead TV series, I have to admit that I respect their willingness to kill off characters randomly and shockingly. That was one of the main draws of Robert Kirkman’s comics (no-body is safe) and I’d worried that attitude may not have brought to the small screen but seeing as we’ve lost a lot of good characters in earlier seasons and already lost Lori and T-Dog in season 3, I think they’ve got it all figured out.

Check out the promo below:



Are you looking forward to the return of The Walking Dead? Who do you think will/should bite it before the end of season 3? Let us know in the comments section.


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