AMC hit the jackpot when Robert Kirkmangave a nod to adapting his popular comic book, The Walking Dead. It’s not just one of the most appreciated shows ever;it additionally denotes a resurrection of the zombies. In spite of its prosperity, one can’t resist the urge to see the kind of storylines that the writerspen down. George Romero, who’s called the godfather of zombie films, calls TWD “a soap opera with a zombie here and there.”
In spite of being set in a zombie apocalypse, the show is essentially focused on a gang of survivors and their own dramatization. While that is not a terrible thing by any stretch of the imagination, the writers tend to take the circumstances a bit over the top. In six seasons, there have been love triangles, cartoonish reprobates, and characters brought back to life in absurd ways. These things were amusing to watch initially. However, they have ended up boring and predictable as the show has advanced.
Here’s why TWD is nothing short of a soap opera;
10. THE SECRETIVE BAD GUY
Daryl says few words. With hair covering the greater part of his face, he talks through long, enticing looks. His dazzling looks and strange back story make him fascinating to fans. It also makes them root each time he wields his crossbow. This fixation appears to have made him go beyond death. Why, there’s even a shirt expressing, “If Daryl bites the dust, we revolt.”
Despite the fact that he once in a while has a scene to himself, he is thought to be one of the show’s leaders. The majority of the TWD merchandise has him in it. Be it mugs, covers, and even two computer games! What’s more, if that wasn’t sufficient, the performing artist, Norman Reedus, will even be getting his own small reality show about bike society around mid-2016. Wow!
9. TEENAGE ANGUISH
We’ve hollered at Carl to stay in the house, yet he hasn’t been as horrendous ever since hehit adolescence. In the wake of saving his father and surviving exclusively onpudding, he appears to have become less irritating. However, now there are two more youngsters to moan and shout at: Ron and Enid. Enid is a drifter who was brought into Alexandria after her guardians were murdered by walkers. She minds her own business and makes it agonizingly evident that she has something cover up. That “mystery” has made her snap at anybody who tries to talk her.
Ron is a hotshot, who doesn’t exactly understand that there is a zombie apocalypse and gets desirous at whatever point Carl solaces or saves Enid. This leads him to approaching Rick for lessons on how to shoot a firearm. That might prompt him inevitably using it on Carl. Who knows?