Review of The Walking Dead Season 11 Episode 13: Warlords

This Zombie Review contains spoilers.

The Walking Dead Season 11, Episode 13

When it comes to guest stars, someone in Zombie is a huge fan of The Terminator series. In the Season 10 bonus episode, “One More,” the venerable T-1000 himself, Robert Patrick, appears. The fact that Patrick becomes the terrifying, dangerous, psychologically traumatized man known as Mays (and his brother Mays) is one of the highlights of the bonus episodes. It’s no surprise that Patrick, who has become a sci-fi icon, will appear and make a big impression in 25 minutes of screen time. If an idea succeeds once, you can keep trying it too, right? Zombie return to the Terminator universe for their next guest star, with Michael Biehn playing the iconic warlord in “Warlords.”

Maybe it’s just my stamp on Biehn, but it was a bit of an inspiration to the casting process because of the way it plays on Biehn’s legacy as an action hero. Even as his character Ian pulls out a gun and starts making angry demands and threatening the delegation from the Commonwealth, it’s hard to believe that somewhere in him is a good guy. He may bark loudly, but Ian is clearly a good guy at his core as he has a successful community and doesn’t create trouble for anyone who isn’t looking for it. His menacing wall of skulls is not for those who have crossed him, as is the case with the Governor’s trophy. Ian describes skulls belonging to murderers, rapists, and other wolves in sheep’s clothing. Given the number of skulls on his wall, it’s no surprise that he’s careful about offers made by the Commonwealth, because while there are some legitimate sheep making offers really, there’s a wolf in the middle of the Commonwealth.

The commonwealth has been established primarily as a community of decent people who have always taken care of them while outside their bubble. Sure, you have wolves, like Lance (Josh Hamilton), and sheepdogs like Mercer (Michael James Shaw), but they’re the exception. For the most part, Toby Carlson (Jason Butler Harner), who works with Aaron (Ross Marquand) on outreach, seems like a nice guy but has a bit of strength, a bit of heat. love and a little too little brain. when it comes to dealing with dangerous people. After all, the Commonwealth didn’t have much access to other communities, until Alexandria came along, so it’s only natural that Carlson might not have experience in making post-apocalyptic deals. Bringing Aaron and Gabriel (Seth Deaton) along seems like a good idea, as does letting them talk. Review of The Walking Dead Season 11 Episode 13: Warlords

Charles Jones

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