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The Walking Dead: Zombie Names

In Movies/TV on October 16, 2013 at 9:12 am

Let’s not forget about the newest Zombie name: Nick.

Nick goes to show the audience how differently children and adults are adapting to the apocalypse. Whereas adults are struggling to adjust to the brutality of their new life, the children almost seem flippant about zombies. They name them like pets, an idea more experienced members of the group have difficulty wrapping their heads around.

To adults, zombies are biters, walkers or lurkers. They are something to be fought, a plague to resist – not just a fact of life to be accepted in turn with the seasons.

It’s going to be interesting to see this play out in Season 4.

Jack Flacco

Doesn’t it feel good to know there’s a comfortable place to relax when all hell breaks loose? Now that The Walking Dead is back on the air serving pleasant meals of Horror with a side dish of dark humor, wouldn’t it be nice to know what those names for those zombies actually mean?

Monday Mayhem is my series where I delve into all things zombie in order to gain a better understanding of the undead’s wicked ways. If this is your first time here, enjoy my back catalogue of zombie posts tailored specifically for the genre. If you want to see something in the future, drop me a line. I do take requests.

Okay, let’s have some fun!

One of the coolest aspects of AMC’s The Walking Dead is the show’s ability to entertain their audience with trivial things. In this case, names the writers choose to describe zombies…

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