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So now we’re down to it. Zombies are eating people and no one is coming to help. People have scattered and there are fewer and fewer of them. The more people panic, the more bad choices they make; the more bad choices they make, the easier it is for everyone to become totally self-centered savages. In a zombie apocalypse, this is the path to savagery. It’s the one thing that the idealists and the cynics agree upon. That’s how we fall. The question is really about how we get up again. Or if we do.
Nevertheless, he keeps moving, and over time the familiarity with the other survivors nudges Rick in the direction of including them in his own extended tribe. Kirkman does not, however, paint Rick as a spotless hero. Like many leaders fighting for survival against virtually impossible odds, Rick is still a law unto himself, the Ten Commandments and the Constitution be damned. There is the Law of Rick and Rick’s Tribe, and Kirkman shows how unpleasant it is to get between the man and those he loves.
This fundamental emphasis on humanity makes the television version of The Walking Dead particularly terrifying. However, the living characters are not the only source of pathos. In addition to being monstrous threats, the zombies are also carefully depicted in an empathetic light, and this empathy invariably draws viewers back to the plight of the human characters. ” Perhaps more than in any other zombie narrative to date, The Walking Dead presents its feckless monsters as victims, beings that were once human themselves.