Saturday, 8 October 2016

Walking Dead' Show, Comics Won't Have Same Ending, Robert Kirkman Says

"The Walking Dead" maker Robert Kirkman declines to go the George R. R. Martin ("Game of Thrones") course and uncover the end of his comic arrangement before the end of the TV arrangement on which it's based.

"I trust the show closes and the funnies continue onward," Kirkman said in a see of AMC's "Geeking Out." "The comic was the comic before the appear, so I attempt to keep up that. I know how I need to end 'The Walking Dead'… I don't need it on the appear before I get it in my comic."

Kirkman likewise said he must play imbecilic if arrangement showrunner Scott Gimple approaches him for help in composing a completion for the AMC appear.

"On the off chance that the show were to ever end anytime and the comic was all the while going, I would need to take a seat with Scott and imagine I have no clue how to end it and after that work with him to attempt and concoct another consummation," he said.

Probably devotees of the show would be glad, now, to at any rate know who Negan slaughtered in the Season 6 finale. Glenn met his end in the funnies, however there has been uncontrolled hypothesis that an alternate character will be toward the end of Negan's trusty spiked metal play club when Season 7 commences in October.

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