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EVIL Carley or Doug (spoilers)

posted by AceStarr on - last edited - Viewed by 1.1K users

(If you have not played episode 3 yet do not read this)

Ok by now we all know there dead

but what if they our not?


What if in the second season they live and this time they not good but evil. We assume they dead but people have survived gunshots to the head(Carley) and have even been known to walk around because the bullet did not damage no vital areas. The same can be said for a bullet to the stomach like Doug.


So could you see them in second season as evil characters? seeking revenge because you left them?

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  • ...FUCKING REALLY? SHE WAS SHOT IN DA DAMN FACE.
    Get fucking over it, I'm raging because there are so many people with ideas that suck. An evil carley? I mean, Do you want her to climb a building and yell "EAT THEM MY SLAVES! EAT THEIR ORGANS!"
    She's dead. Now fucking DEAL With it!!!

    Sorry for the rage, It's just how I feel about dumb ideas.

  • @Zeruis said: Guys, Nicole Vigil confirmed on her Facebook fan page that Carley is dead in episode 3. Which probably means she won't be coming back.

    Dammit....

    This is it guys, she truly is dead. The VOICE ACTOR confirmed it!

    Damn you TTG >.

  • @QuarterPounderVlad said: ...FUCKING REALLY? SHE WAS SHOT IN DA DAMN FACE.
    Get fucking over it, I'm raging because there are so many people with ideas that suck. An evil carley? I mean, Do you want her to climb a building and yell "EAT THEM MY SLAVES! EAT THEIR ORGANS!"
    She's dead. Now fucking DEAL With it!!!

    Sorry for the rage, It's just how I feel about dumb ideas.

    Hold up buddy and im assumeing your a guy

    In comic books it happens all the time bringing back the dead..... GOOD OR BAD!!!!

    Jason Todd was beat to death and blown up by the Joker bam he alive again as the Red Hood!!!

    They killed Superman!!!!

    They recently killed Ulitimate Spider-man!!!

    Im thinking you forgeting Walking Dead is a comic book and anything is possible in the comic book world!!!

  • @AceStarr said: Hold up buddy and im assumeing your a guy

    In comic books it happens all the time bringing back the dead..... GOOD OR BAD!!!!

    Jason Todd was beat to death and blown up by the Joker bam he alive again as the Red Hood!!!

    They killed Superman!!!!

    They recently killed Ulitimate Spider-man!!!

    Im thinking you forgeting Walking Dead is a comic book and anything is possible in the comic book world!!!

    Whoa, whoa, whoa. Now I'm mad. Comics are comics, sure. But you're citing superhero comics in a Walking Dead argument. Nothing supernatural (save for the zombies themselves) has ever happened in Walking Dead. No one has ever returned from death here. Kirkman pulls that in Invincible, but he knows to keep the genres separate.

  • No kidding, the walking dead isn't the super-heroic genre.

    It's the, you're screwed during a ZA genre.

    You might survive a horrid injury..... with parts missing at that... but there's only one way to come back from the dead...

  • @Master of Aeons said: Whoa, whoa, whoa. Now I'm mad. Comics are comics, sure. But you're citing superhero comics in a Walking Dead argument. Nothing supernatural (save for the zombies themselves) has ever happened in Walking Dead. No one has ever returned from death here. Kirkman pulls that in Invincible, but he knows to keep the genres separate.

    Sorry Master its still a comic book lol

    Yes Kirkman so far has not pulled the they alive card yet.... but to say it wont ever happen?

    Ok like for example when Tyrese was trap in a room with 25 zombies the group locking the door behind him. Ending that comic issue with the idea he is definatly dead until next issue they open the door and he laying on a pile of 25 dead zombies Now is that Realistic???? No its not

  • But ill do you one better which is real life there is a story i read about a African American soilder during world war 2 who watched the nazis shot his comrade. They said he snap out and ran into the Germans with his knife sceaming like an animale and killing two soilders cuting ones head off and holding it out front of them. They called him a screaming demon and ran away. So what im trying to say here is you have Tyrese trap in a room with 25 zombies and this man in real life holding a head who could have been shoot. But instead he scared away the enemy both storys our possible but only one is real :eek:

  • @AceStarr said: But ill do you one better which is real life there is a story i read about a African American soilder during world war 2 who watched the nazis shot his comrade. They said he snap out and ran into the Germans with his knife sceaming like an animale and killing two soilders cuting ones head off and holding it out front of them. They called him a screaming demon and ran away. So what im trying to say here is you have Tyrese trap in a room with 25 zombies and this man in real life holding a head who could have been shoot. But instead he scared away the enemy both storys our possible but only one is real :eek:

    I'll give you those as both extreme examples of human perseverance. I find neither example supernatural though. They're within the bounds of our ability, but people don't do them because they're never pushed to. Tyreese was in peak form and a fine human specimen who killed two dozen zombies or more. Rick and Michonne later do the same thing with a horde.

    I don't disagree with your points, they're both excellent examples although one is fake. But neither involves spontaneous healing, ressurection or miracles. Superhero comics are based around magical twists and illogical revelations. I still don't see that ever happening in The Walking Dead.

  • @Master of Aeons said: I'll give you those as both extreme examples of human perseverance. I find neither example supernatural though. They're within the bounds of our ability, but people don't do them because they're never pushed to. Tyreese was in peak form and a fine human specimen who killed two dozen zombies or more. Rick and Michonne later do the same thing with a horde.

    I don't disagree with your points, they're both excellent examples although one is fake. But neither involves spontaneous healing, ressurection or miracles. Superhero comics are based around magical twists and illogical revelations. I still don't see that ever happening in The Walking Dead.

    I dont disagree with you your right Kirkman has not went that route yet. Im just saying its possible in the comic book world.

  • Sure. I can't imagine he'll keep a realistic tone forever. Especially after the dream sequence where they were all superpowered.

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