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Something important to know about the writings of TV shows and movies in (almost all genres) but to keep things brief Sci-fi and Fantasy and their plot points. Is that there is always a certain demand of suspension of disbelief required for them to function. With that said, Fear the Walking Dead is a show about magical zombies with incredibly inconsistent ...


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No, you don't have to. The two series have a similar name and are set in the same world, but have nothing to do with each other, not the same character, place or even the same time frame (The events in Fear the Walking Dead happens first).


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I don't watch either series, but I believe you can CURRENTLY watch either without seeing the other. However, the two series may be coming together with either a crossover episode and/or a shared character at some point in the near future, so this might change somewhat pending how much weight this character originally holds in whichever show he or she ...


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Zombie attacks human, human dies and zombie eats some of human. Dead human (which did not suffer a traumatic enough brain injury to prevent reanimation) becomes zombie and stumbles off. It's been seen over and over again. Human dies, people leave, come back later and body is gone. Body is now a zombie who returns and chews their faces off. (Humans never ...


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I agree with all of you. You don't need to watch one to watch the other. They could be "connected" by the same theme ... but "that's all". In any case, if you want to watch Walking Dead, I recommend you to read also comic books. Stories are quite different, but are both "cool". Enven if I prefer the comic books.


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From the official website of the Walking Dead comics: To understand the owl is to understand Santa Muerte (Spanish for Saint Death or Holy Death), who serves as a spiritual icon that millions of people in Mexico (and some in the U.S., Puerto Rico, & Guam) pray to and worship. Typically appearing as a female skeleton in a tunic, the Saint has inspired ...


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Most likely it became a zombie as well and wandered off to find food (e.g. humans). At least, that's what happens The Walking Dead and this takes place in the same universe.


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"Fear the Walking Dead" is a prequel to the "Walking Dead" series which was launched as a "when the outbreak began" series. While Walking Dead is not necessary, apparently there might be a crossover episode on the line, but as of now Fear the Walking Dead is strictly independent!


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Anything, no matter what it's made of, could get contaminated stuff stuck to it if it gets dirty because of contact with a contaminated object. And wood is porous, so when you wash it you won't get every atom of dirt off it. So if you were scared of radiation, yeah, you might just throw out the wooden thing that might have gotten contaminated. Whether it's ...


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