IGN editors discuss an exciting episode, written by Walking Dead comic book creator, Robert Kirkman.
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Eric Moro: Hey guys, Eric and Eric here and the one word I am going to use right now to describe the last night episode of a Walking Dead is damn. Eric Goldman: Yeah, this is a quite and effect of episode and this was a really interesting one because it was written by Robert Kirkman the creature of the comic book. So here he is dealing with the characters he created and someone’s he didn’t for the first time. Eric Moro: Right. Eric Goldman: But he did a great job and the episode really you know kind to keep to guessing and took some interesting twist and terms along the way. Eric Moro: Yeah, that’s what keeping me go it wasn’t affect that it would go under action all they send it with twist and then did it with twist again right when you kind got a comfortable. Eric Goldman: Yeah. Eric Moro: So let’s start at the very beginning of that, we have the group that went back to Atlanta and search moor, they find the moor and cut this hands off and instantly they know where they skip, he is a lot. Eric Goldman: Yeah, and what I really like here is that moor is one of the episode but there is kind of this cool you know following the trail thing going on is really interesting or define the zombies he killed or that we saw how we cauterized his wound just kind of the fun little sequence there. Then they have this gang member show up and I will say I was a little worry because you as I mention before I feel like a lot of the new characters not from the comics then pretty extreme and push and a kind of thought here we go again with this angry gang members so I let the turn that took. Eric Moro: As they turns out these gang members are actually have stay behind in our protecting a nursing and a lot of whole paper so they’re actually kind of hard. Eric Goldman: Yeah, and I like you know in a comics we never see anyone else in Atlanta and I just base it looks like everyone is dead but I thought this made sense and it felt right that they’re might be little pocket to people and this people are paranoid themselves and they don’t know to trust so that’s was really cool. Eric Moro: Of course the big, big turn came at the end of the episode, there is a zombie attack on the camp and we barely knew you. Eric Goldman: Yeah, yeah and a great bate and switch there only because they’re sitting around the camp fire and you know something horrible is going to happen. But do you think that horrible thing is more. Eric Moro: Right. Eric Goldman: And they set it up really well were even though I read the comic and I know that this time attack happen at this point still taught it will going to show up and something horrible are going to happen so to have it instead than be oh my god all of the zombies are here was very, very you know exciting and scary. Eric Moro: Right, right. And I got to tell you the way that Emmy does go out is really literary right like it is in the comics so that was kind of cool. Carol’s husband also got it, the couple of red shirts in the back under the camp also get it so it’s a major hit to the survivors. Eric Goldman: Yeah and I think by the way also very emotionally affective that the death of Emmy I think the scene with Andrea as he holding her as he dies that’s a pretty powerful for the show when there is most unsettling things yet I though where we hold was great not scenes or the graving over her character sisters. Eric Moro: Yeah. Eric Goldman: Love it. Eric Moro: They did a great job at the very beginning of the episode of just building there relationship while they’re talking about there dad. Eric Goldman: Yeah, should they know what they’re doing there. Eric Moro: Yeah, exactly. Eric Goldman: So listen why you guys tell us what you think. Specifically what you think about Robert Kirkman’s adaptation of his book in this episode you can tell us on the comments below or you can log in to my IGN account and blog about it and will pick and the best ones and will feature along our Walking Dead content this week. Eric Moro: Thanks guys.