The Walking Dead Season 4 Episode 3 Review: Isolation

I admit it, I am a huge zombie fan. I don’t care if they run, or crawl, or are created because of some curse, I love zombies. That’s why it makes sense that I love “The Walking Dead” TV series as well. Yes, the show does have it’s dull moments, but overall it’s a nice show if you like some chills and intensity for an hour every week. Season 4 of the show has started and the third episode aired this Sunday.

If you have been following the show then you would know what I am talking about when I say that I am loving the new story arcs some of the characters are getting this season, mainly, Michonne and Carol. We don’t know much about the sword wielding character and that’s why it’s good to know that it might change this season. Carol has become quite strong since her introduction and she has been through a lot! However, her character has grown in an unexpected manner. Her need to protect seems to be setting her up as a villain in the series and I want to see more of that. Morals aren’t black and white when it comes to the TWD universe and that’s why such things are interesting to see. This episode gave rise to quite a peculiar parallel, namely between Carl and Carol which shines a new light on the only surviving woman from the Atlanta group we met three years ago,

Episode 3 of Season 4 The Walking Dead has shown that characters we knew from the beginning have changed and no one is safe from death in the show. You can read an amazing review of the episode here.


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