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Review Ron Hogan 1 Apr 2013 - 09:00

The Walking Dead's impressive third season reaches a harrowing conclusion. Here's Ron's review of Welcome To The Tombs...

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3.16 Welcome to the Tombs

It's fitting that the final episode of the third season of The Walking Dead gets credited to the show's departing head honcho, Glen Mazzara. After all, he's the man who shepherded the show through some very rough patches in season two with the departure of Frank Darabont and who remade it in the image of his previous work on The Shield, a rougher, bloodier show that wasn't leaner but was definitely meaner. On a programme not known for subtlety, he at least tried to shade characters in certain ways, from Merle's subtle redemption arc to Rick becoming unhinged but trying to hold it together. He gave the fans more of what they wanted (zombies and action) without »

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