ComicsVerse breaks down the FEAR THE WALKING DEAD Season 4B trailer from San Diego Comic-Con!
Comic-Con is dropping a ton of information this week, and ComicsVerse’s TV guide is here to help. The 2017-18 television season is going to be epic!
FEAR THE WALKING DEAD’s mid-season finale is incredibly well done with strong character development, writing, storylines, and acting. Characters become very dangerous as they venture off on their own.
FEAR THE WALKING DEAD gives us an interesting and strongly written episode with “Sicut Cervus”. The characters are developing in interesting and contrasting ways, with Chris growing more violent, Nick becoming remorseful, and Strand experiencing a range of emotions.
FEAR THE WALKING DEAD gives us a strong conclusion to the Pirates storyline. In a great show of plot and writing, Alex make a surprise return and confronts Travis in Cliff Curtis’ best acted scene yet.
FEAR THE WALKING DEAD has stepped up its game with “Blood in the Streets.” Through flashbacks, we learn more about Strand’s life and his motivation for wanting to get to Mexico. Also, we get a great story as the group comes into conflict with the pirates, who have taken over the yacht!
FEAR THE WALKING DEAD returns with a strong third episode! A few survivors go on a supply run and we get to see Chris and Nick show off their walker killing skills along with making some tough decisions. “Ouroboros” was intense and amazing. Also, the episode finally ties in with FEAR THE WALKING DEAD: FLIGHT 462 when a couple of characters join the show.
The second episode of FEAR THE WALKING DEAD’s second season was disappointing after its strong first episode. “We All Fall Down” has some logic issues when the group meets a new family. Even with its problems, though, the episode has some good moments.
The new season of FEAR THE WALKING DEAD is here, right after the end of season six of THE WALKING DEAD. We start right from where the show left off. The group gets on the yacht, Abigail, and drives off to safety. Or do they? The fantastic storytelling and direction leads the group to new adventures and issue.