The last one might be one that many comic book buffs may have noticed: the community in Richmond, Virginia which was named Shire will of Noah, was really based on a significant community that is gated from the comic book show named Wiltshire Estate. Way back in Season 2, Andrea and Shane were seen with a suburban community, looking. The originators afterwards told supporters that this was Wiltshire though it wasn’t identified in the show, and it was intended as an easter egg for the comic book fans. At the time many fans believed it looked like an unsatisfactory utilization of a fairly significant setting, yet now the writers have really tried to make use of the Wiltshire setting to its full ability, though they renamed it the Shire will.
When the van was parked by the group off the road they stopped near some vehicles but did not trouble to assess them. Once inside the community of Noah, Michonne came across an entire lot of legs and arms that was cut off by people, creatures or not walkers. It became quite clearly, quite fast the community had deliberately been assaulted by external forces once the group looked around. There had been fires it looked like there had been explosions, and matters other than simply walkers had killed individuals.
So that the inquiry is: are there literal wolves in the surrounding region (it’d make plenty of sense, really creature inhabitants are booming), or are the wolves another group such as the marauders who are just trouble? Which brings me to the following stage… Comic Book enthusiasts are on the border of their seats this season only waiting for the group to reach the Alexandria Safe-Zone, and for the debut of the Big Bad from the show, Megan. What is worse is that it appears The Walking Dead writers understand we are waiting and are dropping hints like mad! This episode gave plenty of signs that Megan will be a character as well as a very real danger shortly: Firstly the group needed to walk by means of a wire fence, which cut Noah’s brow, then we saw Glenn picks up (and after use) a baseball bat, and eventually Noah’s mother looked like her head was bashed in with an extremely cylindrical item.
Perhaps Greg Nicotero (who directed this episode) is merely toying with us, or perhaps it was some really sneaky foreshadowing. The writers undoubtedly need you to understand he is on his way, and perhaps he will not be here until Season 6, although this does not always mean Megan will be the next menace the group strikes. Do these ‘wolves’ have a strange half-walker military they use as weapons? Why do they trouble carving matters in their brows, and could these carvings have anything related to the carvings in the trees that Morgan is following? I also would like to hear your theories, and don’t have any sound answers, but this only can not be great news for Rick and the team. I spoke about it almost every episode of the very first half of Season 5, but the subject of ‘time’ is being focused on a tremendous number.
Of course nothing comes easy in this rigorous post-apocalyptic world, and Noah was dealt the very first blow of Season 5b when the group reached his walled-community simply to discover his family dead and it totally overrun, including his twin brothers. Regrettably, it was simply one of these twins brothers that made him the third large loss of Season 5 following Bob and Beth and snuck up on Tyreese. But those were the matters which were impossible to miss and The Walking Dead, being what it is, it managed to conceal a large number of fascinating matters which were too difficult to catch on the initial screening.
There were a couple really clearly put clocks in this episode. First up we saw the huge grandma or grandfather clock at random strewn in the middle of the road, which appeared to be blown off by all members of the group except Tyreese. It almost surely foreshadowed his death – his time was undoubtedly up, the clock was ticking. The next clock was on the radio that Tyreese heard ‘airing’ in Noah’s brother’s bedroom (interesting fact, that voice was Andrew Lincoln speaking in his actual accent!). The last indicator of time was definitely the skeleton in the woods, revealing just how much time had passed since the outbreak that bodies have had time to rot to bones. It finally occurred, a fresh episode of The Walking Dead Season 6 has aired after an extended two and boy, they did not hold back!