Kirkman answers your questions. That is, if you're one of the 10 that asks a question.
Now that the first season of The Walking Dead has finished, AMC had comic book creator (and Episode 4 writer) Robert Kirkman answer some fans' questions about the popular series, including which kind of scene was his favorite to write for the show.
The ones where people die. [Laughs] When we were deciding which script I was going to write, we were talking about Episode 4, and I knew that the attack was planned to fall around that time, and that's where Amy was going to die. And I was thinking to myself, "Oh yes. I will totally take the episode where people die. That is what I want to do." And I just love the fact that on the TV show there's not really any major character deaths until I come in and write my scripts. I »
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