Ask most readers of The Walking Dead comic book what their favorite setting is and they’ll say two words: the prison. Seen briefly in the distance in the final shot of season 2, the prison will become the new fortress/home for Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) and company when the AMC drama returns in October… if they can clear it out of undead walkers, that is. And now we have our exclusive first sneak peek of the jail, as well as the current zombie inhabitants that call it home. In the first…See More
A 21-year-old Maryland college student accused of eating a man's heart and part of his brain was studying electrical engineering and a member of ROTC.More details about Alex Kinyua are coming out Friday after he was arrested this week and charged with murder.Authorities say Kinyua has admitted using a knife to kill and eat parts of a man from Ghana who was staying with Kinyua's family in a Baltimore suburb.Investigators found the head and hands of 37-year-old Kujoe Bonsafo Agyei-Kodie on…See More
"The one thing you miss is that you think your dealing with something normal and, its anything but that. Although the husk itself was once a human, thats the only thing it shares with its undead host. Figuratively speaking, if you decapitate the…"
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New:(KoS)Kill on sight. That is all.
I wanted to reply to your post in the forum, but sadly there isn't a comment box for some reason. (Wasted Zombies)
I just wanted to say that I don't think that could happen. All of the major brain functions have been destroyed (most of the time) and I just don't think its possible. I would like to go further, but in the forum.