‘The Walking Dead,’ Season 7, Episode 15: “Something They Need”

AMC's 'The Walking Dead,' Season 7, Episode 15, Something They Need, Sasha and Negan

[Image via Gene Page/AMC]

Rick’s group catches a break in the penultimate episode, which means no one else does.

Here’s what went down in Episode 15 (entitled “Something They Need”) of Season 7 of AMC’s The Walking Dead.

Oceanside

Tara (Alanna Masterson) is feeling shitty about telling Rick (Andrew Lincoln) about Oceanside. This lasts for about a minute and a half until Rick gives a motivational speech that gets me wondering how Rick can still keep giving these speeches and how people can still keep believing them even though he rarely gets it right.

Source: ‘The Walking Dead,’ Season 7, Episode 15: “Something They Need”

[Featured image via Gene Page/AMC]

Posted in AMC, The Walking Dead | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

‘The Walking Dead,’ Season 7, Episode 14: “The Other Side”

[Image via Gene Page/AMC]

Plots thicken and sides are drawn in the latest episode of Season 7 of The Walking Dead.

Here’s what went down in Episode 14 (entitled “The Other Side”) of Season 7 of AMC’s The Walking Dead.

Viewers get a deeper look into Hilltop in Episode 14 of The Walking Dead. And, just like over at the Kingdom, shit is falling apart rapidly. Simon (Steven Ogg) turns up looking for Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus). This means Maggie (Lauren Cohan) and Daryl have to hide in a cellar and hope for the best. It also means Sasha (Sonequa Martin-Green) and Rosita (Christian Serratos) have to make a run for it. Luckily, they are closer to the fake wood box and escape Hilltop altogether.

Source: ‘The Walking Dead,’ Season 7, Episode 14: “The Other Side”

[Featured image via Gene Page/AMC]

Posted in AMC, The Walking Dead | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

‘The Walking Dead,’ Season 7, Episode 13: “Bury Me Here”

AMC's 'The Walking Dead,' Season 7, Episode 13, Bury Me Here, Morgan sharpens his staff

[Image via Gene Page/AMC]

Welcome to an episode of The Walking Dead written by showrunner Scott Gimple that isn’t actually the worst thing ever.

Here’s what went down in Episode 13 (entitled “Bury Me Here”) of Season 7 of AMC’s The Walking Dead.

Now the Kingdom has a dozen melons to deliver to the Saviors in this week’s episode of The Walking Dead. Which doesn’t actually seem like a lot in my honest opinion, but then, thanks to Richard (Karl Makinen) pinching a melon to create conflict between the Kingdom and the Saviors, things get even more ridiculous with a drop being made of One. Single. Melon.

Source: ‘The Walking Dead,’ Season 7, Episode 13: “Bury Me Here”

[Featured image via Gene Page/AMC]

Posted in AMC, The Walking Dead | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

NEW RELEASE: ‘Epic Fantasy *With Dragons’ By Stephen Swartz

EPIC FANTASY *WITH DRAGONS by STEPHEN SWARTZ

Epic Fantasy *With Dragons by Stephen Swartz

[Image: Supplied]

Epic Fantasy *With Dragons by Stephen Swartz
Publication Date: March 4, 2017
Genres: Fantasy, Epic Fantasy

BLURB

“CORLAN, MASTER DRAGONSLAYER, the best in the Guild, the best in the Burg!

And yet, returning from his latest expedition, Corlan discovers jealous rivals have conspired
with the Prince to banish him from the city.

Sent into the Valley of Death, Corlan conjures a plan. He and his new sidekick, a runaway boy
from the palace kitchen, will trek the thousand miles to the far end of the valley, where a vast marsh provides nesting grounds for the dragon horde. Once there, Corlan vows to smash dragon eggs and lance younglings, ending dragon terror once and for all time.

And yet, as dangers, distractions, and detours harry him along the way, Corlan learns ancient secrets that threaten to destroy everything in his world. Even with the aid of wizards and warriors, he must use all his guile, his bravado, and the force of his stubborn will just to survive – and perhaps return home – no matter how the gods challenge him with their harshest tests.”

ADD TO GOODREADS

PURCHASE

AMAZON

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Stephen Swartz Author

[Image: Supplied]

Stephen Swartz grew up in Kansas City where he was an avid reader of science-fiction and quickly began emulating his favorite authors. Since then, Stephen studied music in college and, like many writers, worked at a wide range of jobs: from French fry guy to soldier, to IRS clerk to TV station writer, before heading to Japan for several years of teaching English. Now Stephen is a Professor of English at a university in Oklahoma, where he teaches many kinds of writing. He still can be found obsessively writing his latest manuscript, usually late at night. He has only robot cats.

AUTHOR LINKS

WEBSITE | FACEBOOK | TWITTER | AMAZON | GOODREADS

Posted in Books, Myrddin Publishing Group, New Novel, New Release | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

‘The Walking Dead,’ Season 7, Episode 12: “Say Yes”

So, Rick and Michonne walk into a military base and find … a carnival? No, this isn’t a joke.

Here’s what went down in Episode 12 (entitled “Say Yes”) of Season 7 of AMC’s The Walking Dead.

Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and Michonne (Danai Gurira) are driving the countryside looking for weapons. Now, we know they are far from home because they keep talking about going back. But, we have no idea how far away they really are as AMC have been incredibly vague of late when it comes to pinpointing exactly where everyone is on the map when they are scavenging. And that’s because they want the audience to think Rick and Michonne are currently miles and miles away from anywhere they have ever explored rather than have us question why all these new places have never been found before by Heath’s (Corey Hawkins) supply runs …

Source: ‘The Walking Dead,’ Season 7, Episode 12: “Say Yes”

Posted in AMC, The Walking Dead | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment