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The Walking Dead Season 3: Humanity Evolves in New Trailer
When The Walking Dead television series receives Robert Kirkman’s praise – he created the original comic book series the show is based on – it becomes hard not to expect more from it than is probably likely to be delivered. The Walking Dead has been a hard player for AMC, shattering records in viewer numbers and in general being a great zombie drama. That doesn’t mean the show isn’t without its shortcomings. Yet Kirkman has had nothing but positive things to say about the show, praising its alternate universe take on the characters and situations he originally created. With Season 3 on its way to our TV screens this fall, should we believe the hype surrounding The Walking Dead? Just watch the trailer that premiered at Comic-Con and judge for yourselves.
Something needs to be said about whoever puts together the trailers for AMC’s programs. It doesn’t matter if it’s for The Walking Dead, Mad Men, or Breaking bad; there’s something inherently brilliant in how its packaged up and sold to us. The trailer doesn’t pull any punches, revealing new characters, Michonne (Danai Gurira) and The Governor (David Morrissey), and setting up the series new tone. Things are starting to feel just a little more unhinged; detached from reality. This isn’t the same world we live in day-to-day – it’s filled with the undead – so it should feel foreign, almost bizarre to watch. Michonne and her sword, seeking shelter in a prison, and Woodbury; they all add to that new feeling of a strange new humanity.
And Merle! Michael Rooker returns as Daryl’s older – and considerably more racist – brother. He appears to have taken up with The Governor and his men, which can only spell doom for Rick. Do you think he’s forgiven him for chaining him to that roof, leaving him for dead, thus losing his hand? I’m going out on a limb – or lack thereof – to say no, Merle has not forgiven anyone.