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You have to understand what triggers zombieism. The plot indicates every person has the virus in them but dormant because they are alive. This nags me a bit because viruses can only spread using the cell and to use the cell the body must be living. And cells die all the time, so if the virus was in the cell already it would trigger when the cell died - this ...


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MATH! Ok, So I found this cool article about Star Trek Into Darkness that looks into the science a bit. Warning, there are some minor spoilers ahead if you haven't seen it. In the film, the article discusses Khan's ability to crush skulls with his bare hands: The cunning villain Khan Noonien Singh [...] betrays his temporary allies to exact revenge on ...


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Here is one explanation I've found: The aluminum baseball bat is arguable one of the most popular mid-ranged weapons against zombies, and is so for good reason. An aluminum baseball bat is slightly over 3 feet in length and 33 ounces in mass. Sports stores are commonplace in cities and thus, baseball bats are plentiful and incredibly easy to gain access ...


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"As a geek, I like to think of the television show as this alternate dimension parallel to the comic book universe." - Robert Kirkman, 2014 Events and characters might migrate in either direction, but the exact details don't necessarily match. For example, Abraham, Eugene & Rosita are basically the same people, so comic readers knew Eugene's ...


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The most strict answer would be: Not really faithful A better answer would be: It has the main point the same. There are tremendous differences between the comic and the TV adaptation, but they haven't got off track (that much). There people that have died in the show, that are still alive in the comic and people (like Daryl) that don't exist at all in ...


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Judging by the answer to this question: Why do they change the storyline? I'd say there is at least some difference between the comic and TV series. Also, check out this article to see 20 differences between the TV show and the comic. Beware! There be spoilers a-plenty in the article. Also, most relate to character differences (did you know Daryl and ...


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Beth reacted emotionaly, it was emotional killing..it was weak..trying to kill Dawn with scissors..but it was pure..with all her heart..it is simbol for all young people..for liberation of any kind of supresivness..kill the sick leaders.. least try to kill anyone who plays with you like a slave or a little child.. on the other side- Dawn is also ...


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I just watched the rerun of the episode where he had to kill Meryl. Just before he saw Meryl in walker form, he shot a walker in the head. He is never shown recovering that bolt.



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