The eight-year Walking Dead is complete, and thus the first chapter of the entire series seems to have come to an end.
Of course, The Walking Dead will return for the Season Nine with most of its performers who started season eight, but the narrative threads were pretty well connected in episode 8×16 on Sunday. The season was a roller-coaster of moments and episodes ranging from endless action hours to in-depth stride towards character development.
Not every episode was a home game, but the AMC series was struggling to recover from a critically dull Seven Seven. Nevertheless, the AMC Show is the king of cables and has proven that dedicated fans are rewarded for their dedication.
Let's take a look at the good at the bad of The Walking Dead Season 8 …
The episode has been loaded with allusions to earlier moments, like Rick's first days and in a pedestrian-surrounded tank in Atlanta or Negan's dialogue that reflects Shane Walsh's From the "All Out War" saga, when Rick knocked on the door of Negan with bullets and gave the fans the action that they seemed to beg for in the seventh season.
However, the premiere was the Season eight intoxicating given their nature as a milestone and season premiere Episode Rick's group marched on Negans, but nothing came wi The show had a much larger and longer-lasting plan for the war, which the team rejected in just one, two or fifteen episodes. The fans never really felt that Rick or Negan were in danger, which was a bit of a thrill as hundreds of bullets from Rick's army simply missed each of Negan's main soldiers.
The episode itself was not bad. It was the stage for Season 8 and changed the tone of the show to something that was its true goals. After all, Rick Grimes had finally come back into shape.
For some reason The Walking Dead does not seem to get its nocturnal shots.
Sometimes the AMC show creates brilliant, unforgettable and haunting scenes that take place at night. For example, Negan's introduction was brightly lit using autolights as a means to illuminate the faces, then comes the fight on the hill in Episode 8×13 (Do not Send Us Astray) and it's hard to say who and who or not villains kill the good guys.
Some fans did not even realize that Dwight had shot Tara with an arrow that should have been devastating as she was believed to die.
There is no doubt about the team Behind The Walking Dead conceals strong artistic skills whose practical effects are unparalleled on television, yet the darkness still seems to sometimes sound