TheNNerdGamer wrote: »
to wait Half a year.
lilTomTom wrote: »
I've been scratching my head and realized I didn't make this topic a sticky.
Viner16 wrote: »
How many of these threads will we have?
The_Cheshire_Cat wrote: »
If that happen they would have to make her sexual in some way.
It's like you can't have a damn women character without her bust out and half nude.
I would hate to see that as Clem. Seeing how we all knew her as a little girl, and then to see her as a young blossomed women, with blood running down her bosom and leather boots on her toned yet feminine Carmel colored legs. The thought of her kinky hair with specks of grass and leaves in it due to her rolling on the ground with zombies and the innocent look in her eye that gives way to hardened determination.
No....No..that's just not the Clem I know. Not in short adventure shorts a-la- Laura Croft. I guess she would be like a "ebony" version of Laura Croft...so she would have a bit of a "trunk" and that would be allright...but I tell you what gentlemen. I wouldn't be able to stop seeing a 8 year old girl in that woman.
She will always be my little Clementine.
DatDude wrote: »
1. Female Lead
2. Implement season taking place during the narrative (seasons like winter, fall, spring be shown, changing the mood and atmosphere)
3. More horror (silent creepy moments. Ex. Walking in a hallway and seeing a crib rock back and forth with no one being there).
Marksman1572 wrote: »
I would absolutely love to see the next season be a chronology of Clem when we see her mature into a fully grown woman and how growing up in the Walking Dead world has shaped her life.
AustinU25 wrote: »
Uh, sorry to bum you out, but there's zero chance if your number 3 being in season 2, it's the walking dead, not the haunting dead.
Crusher87 wrote: »
I don't think he is a wimp at all. Right after you meet them he already saves Lee one time and reaches out for the Truck with the only security being Lee holding his hand. He doesn't act like a badass, but you can surely count on him when it matters.