The Walking Dead

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  • The Walking Dead Essay In 'The Walking Dead'

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    The Walking Dead Essay Imagine waking up to the zombie apocalypse. How’d you feel? Would you be scared, thrilled, confused, shocked? A mixture of them all perhaps? What would you do? Would you hide? Would you fight back? Would you even survive? One might not have the answers to such questions ready at hand. Most people have probably never thought about it. But if you stood in a situation, where your life was at risk and everyone you loved dearly might die, how’d you react and how’d you feel? In

  • The Walking Dead

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    The Walking Dead AMC’s gritty and gruesome apocalyptic hit “The Walking Dead” places the blood thirsty, agonized groans of zombies right in our living rooms. The show follows a small group of survivors in the midst of a zombie apocalypse that has decimated some seventy-five percent of the population. The cable series which first premiered in 2010 made no bones about its weekly offering of flesh-eating, blood-splattered gore. The opening sequence of the pilot episode features a virus-ridden little

  • The Walking Dead Essay

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    The Walking Dead: Michonne is a choose-your-own-, point-n-click adventure game presented as a three part mini-series developed and published by Telltale. It serves a side-story featuring an entirely different cast than the one found in Telltale's main Walking Dead series. It focuses on the trials and tribulations of Michonne, a prominent character in both the graphic novel and in AMC's tv series. Does The Walking Dead: Michonne stand up to scrutiny on its own, or does it feel like an unnecessary

  • The Hunger Of The Walking Dead

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    The Walking Dead is a television show that leaves its audience terrified and apprehension at 9 pm on Sunday nights. While members of the audiences are chewing on popcorn, The Walking Dead provides a taste for human cannibalism. The walkers, “Zombies”, feed on human flesh and have no thought of mortality. The atmosphere of The Walking Dead leaves all its characters with a dreary future until Rick Grimes just waking up from a comma in a hospital shows up with bringing leadership into the group with

  • Summary Of ' The Walking Dead '

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    Lenny Tolentino Brad Flis English 114 08 December 2015 The Walking Dead The Walking Dead is a television series which follows the story of a disease-causing infection that caused the Earth to be dominated by a zombie apocalypse. A group of survivors gets forced to fight for their lives against man/eating zombies. The main character in the show is Rick Grimes, a Sheriff Deputy who had been shot prior to the apocalypse event. Rick was later taken to a local hospital before the zombie epidemic

  • Analysis Of ' The Walking Dead '

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    Analysis Essay The Walking Dead is a television show that leaves its audience terrified and apprehension at 9 pm on Sunday nights. While members in the audiences are chewing on popcorn, The Walking Dead provides a taste for human cannibalism. The walkers, “Zombies”, feed on human flesh and have no thought of mortality. The atmosphere of The Walking Dead leaves all its characters with a dreary future until Rick Grimes just waking up from a comma in a hospital shows up with bringing leadership into

  • Analysis: The Walking Dead

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    opening their eyes to new ideas, cultures and to new places. As a 5th grade teacher, I was surprised to hear how many of my students were excited about the return of The Walking Dead on February 14, 2016. Before today, I had never seen this show, but I knew it was not appropriate for 10 and 11-year-olds to watch. The Walking Dead is a horror television series that premiered on Halloween of 2010. This series is based on

  • The Walking Dead : The Game

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    For this Media Product Analysis paper, I will be reviewing “The Walking Dead: The Game” from Telltale Games. “The Walking Dead: Season One” has a total of five episodes which were released digitally one episode at a time every two months from April 2012 to November 2012. Each game takes approximately two hours of gameplay. The Walking Dead universe does not use the term zombies, but “walkers” instead. The premise of the game revolves around the main character Lee Everett and a little girl named

  • The Walking Dead Persuasive Essay

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    animals on the planet. This being said, this complexity allows for many conflicts to arise, as well as differing opinions on solutions. Although humans are so evolved, some argue that animal instincts found in humans are still quite prevalent. In The Walking Dead, the virus being embedded in everyone’s brain could be a reflection of humans’ inherent animalistic qualities. If we continue with this analogy, the virus could represent the potential that every human has to become a monster (in a figurative sense

  • The Walking Dead Video Game

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    The game by Telltale known as, “The Walking Dead”, places the player in morally ambiguous situations where the player thinks their actions are responsible (inter(re)activity) and feel that exact responsibility (empathy). An article by Smethurst, Toby, and Stef Craps, “Playing with Trauma: Inter(re)activity, Empathy and Complicity in The Walking Dead Video Game.”, suggests this morel conundrum on how “games [have the] ability to involve the player in the game world through inter(re)activity” (Smethurst

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