The Walking Dead season 2 doesn’t get the love it deserves – Undead Walking

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Rising from the grave in The Walking Dead season 10B teaser video by Adam Carlson Telltale’s The Walking Dead games return to Microsoft Store by Adam Carlson Glenn and Maggie fall in love,   the start of Carol’s journey, the heart of Daryl, Shane’s descent into madness and the loss of innocence all came from one of the most underrated seasons of The Walking Dead. Prior to the much-maligned season 8 of The Walking Dead, no season raised as many conflicting emotions as season 2. We’ve all seen the comments in articles, on IMDB, and on social media over the years calling season 2 “boring” and “slow” among other unkind adjectives. Over time an appreciation for this season has grown within the fandom, but why did it take so long to gain that appreciation. Since season 2 wasn’t full of action, instead it focused on character building, fans looked at it a bit differently. Over the course of the season, we saw the first hints of our favorite characters becoming the well-oiled machine they were in the first episode of season 3. During the search for Sophia, some survivors worked together while others did their own things. After the ....

Rick’s speech during Dale’s funeral gave the mourners a lot to think about. The loss of Sophia was their loss of innocence but the loss of Dale brought the fear of the loss of humanity. We also saw the forming of some of our favorite character bonds: Rick and Daryl became brothers by the end of the season, with Daryl having faith in Rick and his leadership. Daryl and Carol have had each other’s backs for eight more full seasons and we still have the close bond the two formed during this season.  Norman has credited the search for Sophia and especially Cherokee Rose on several occasions as the scene that pushed his popularity to the heights it achieved. Glenn and Maggie: one of the sweetest relationships on the show. This was the season fans of The Walking Dead got to see them meet, fall in love, and become “Gleggie”. Shane’s descent into madness was on full display in a layered outstanding performance by Jon Bernthal.  His final scene with Carol at the water pump was fantastic, but it was his final scene with Rick that carried the weight of the years of friendship/brotherhood to its tragic end. I’ve always ....

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