Walking Dead Season 7 Footage Teases Character Death
It’s hard to believe that the Walking Dead season 7 footage that was released wasn’t chosen on purpose to tease a very specific death, but are they just teasing fans…or is it for real?
Take a look at the fifty-second clip below, which is the first Walking Dead season 7 footage that has been made truly public:
Despite the fact that TWD doesn’t return until October 9th, there was a special episode of The Talking Dead last night. Despite the Walking Dead season 7 footage that aired in this Talking Dead special, though, not much else was revealed. I mean, we already knew that the premiere was bound to be a rough one, so even Chandler Riggs’ pronouncement that fans should “hold on to their cats” and Melissa McBride’s warning that we “aren’t prepared for what’s coming” aren’t all that surprising…and in fact make me question why the show would release a clip that seems so darn obvious.
Additionally, that’s not my only takeaway from this clip. Dwight looks pretty darn concerned about the walkers that litter his path; he even takes the time to stop and kill one of them, and all of this despite the fact that none of the walkers are in the position to go anywhere anytime soon. Did he know these people, perhaps? And if so, how did they ‘die’?
What do you think? Is Dwight’s reaction to these particular walkers of any importance? Does this footage prove that Daryl will die in the Walking Dead season 7 premiere? Or do you think it means another character is at risk? After all, Negan and Lucille also had Rick, Carl, Michonne, Glenn, Maggie, Abraham, Sasha, Aaron, Rosita, and Eugene at their mercy. Who is your pick for death-by-Lucille? Let us know in the comments!
Author: Tara Lynne
Tara Lynne is a fandom and geek culture expert, public speaker, and character cosplayer who is best known for her Cersei Lannister (Game of Thrones), Starbuck (Battlestar Galactica), and Andrea (The Walking Dead) cosplays. She founded Ice & Fire Con, the first ever Game of Thrones convention in the US, and now runs its parent company Saga Event Planning.
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