Written by John Edward Betancourt
It's been a long wait to arrive at this point, and boy was it worth it. At long last, we have found the town of Woodbury and met its enigmatic leader; the Governor. This is such a significant moment in The Walking Dead that Daniel and I will be bringing you more breakdown as the day progresses. But until then, here is our snapshot reaction to last night's episode: "Walk With Me".
The Good: Woodbury. Everything about it, the fact that we finally meet the Governor and the surprise twist of giving us the first episode in the series that did not feature Rick Grimes. It was a bold move, and it completely pays off with a fascinating look at Woodbury, and I'm quite grateful that so far the Governor is a complete and utter nut job, just like he was in the comics. I also like the new character Milton. He is a great homage to Romero's Day of the Dead by becoming this show's own little Doctor Logan.
The Bad: I am a little concerned with what the show did with Michonne last night. There is such potential with her past and who she is in general that we should be seeing a strong and intelligent woman and all we were presented with is a lady with a sword who glares at everyone. I'm really hoping she doesn't become the female T-Dog and she grows into something more quickly.
The Verdict: This was definitely a satisfying episode. So far David Morrissey is doing justice to the Governor. If anything tonight's episode, especially the last five minutes, was powerful foreshadowing of what is to come. Get ready folks, it is all downhill from here.