After freeing Matt from the Espheni Youth Camp, Tom encounters two mysterious strangers in the woods, who attack his family before embarking with him on a violent journey. Hal faces almost ... See full summary »

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After freeing Matt from the Espheni Youth Camp, Tom encounters two mysterious strangers in the woods, who attack his family before embarking with him on a violent journey. Hal faces almost insurmountable odds as he tries to lead the remaining Volm and 2nd Mass to a place of perceived safety. Lexi and Anne have a difference of opinions - resulting in dangerous consequences. Written by Anonymous

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20 July 2014 (USA)  »

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TWD... Anyone?
2 January 2015 | by (Brazil) – See all my reviews

This was a different episode. Apart from the break and non-concluded continuation of the previous episode that's getting more common, we get some little side stories that remembers me The Walking Dead. While wandering around the heroes find some mysteriously friendly brothers who really really want to help them. There's some sort of social commentary that I believe is more for please the audience than criticize anything at a high level. It's a nice episode but again, like in TWD, you'll probably get angry at the son of our hero. A boy that's is growing up and can't deal with everything around him, while trying to write his own path. I just don't get what's the deal with the suspense. The final scene is extremely obvious and there's no mystery at all. There were many clues from the previous episodes, entire scenes dedicated how the magical girl was born etc... Maybe they just want the viewers to think something like "Hey, wait, I know what's going on, what's about to happen! Wait..." and feel glad when the final revelation comes at the last 30 seconds of the episode.


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