Tara, Bekah, and I got together for The Bitching Dead Issue 18 webcast. We ended up covering the first half of Fear the Walking Dead season 5 (episodes 1 to 8). We also talked about other The Walking Dead related stuff, too.
The Walking Dead franchise had a presence during SDCC 2019. That’s where the studio decided to show some trailers as well as news about a third spin-off. Sigh! Because that’s exactly what the world needs, more TWD spin-offs.
Here’s The Bitching Dead Issue 18 webcast!
Some of the highlights from the webcast:
- FTWD and TWD during SDCC 2019.
- Trying to decide if we’ll be watching the Rick Grimes-centric movie in theatres.
- Are we really interested in another spin-off set in the US? Why don’t they change locations?
- How the ratings continue to drop, but this franchise still isn’t stopping.
- What we thought of TWD season 10 trailer. Are we okay with Michonne hooking up with Ezekiel? Tara did write an insightful piece on how poorly the comic book series handled fictional women in the story.
- We deserve a spin-off that focuses on the friendship between Carol and Daryl while also showing Carol killing everyone else.
- Aaron getting an upgraded arm.
- Why does this series continue to bombard us with boring kids and teenagers?
- John Dorie is the best character and we’ll riot if something happens to him!
- Why was the cat named Skidmark?
- Not liking Daniel Salazer because he refuses to die.
- Althea making it obvious she wasn’t straight. Also, was her short haircut a hint about her sexuality all along?
- There’s no way the group in Fear the Walking Dead could ever be able to make a functioning plane from scrap.
- That hot air balloon!
- Is Madison Clark coming back?
- Trying to make people take showers on the road because of radiation.
The second half of Fear the Walking Dead season 5 will return to TV screens on August 11, 2019.
What did you think of The Bitching Dead Issue 18? Let us know.
Farid has a Double Masters in Psychology and Biotechnology as well as an M.Phil in Molecular Genetics. He is the author of numerous books including Missing in Somerville, and The Game Master of Somerville. He gives us insight into comics, books, TV shows, anime/manga, video games, and movies.
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