lucid616 wrote: »
Actually....maybe take the story 7 or 8 years down the line when shes 16-18, and shes a zombie-apocalypse hardened young woman and a great zombie slayer, and with her group of people, and her lucky blue shirt(lees) she keeps as a memento of her hero. Coudle be done well if done right.
Viser wrote: »
Not really, 7 or 8 eight years is far too much. Kirkman hasn't gotten that far with the comics, so there isn't a way to know what's the world gonna be like in 7~8 years.
Chrizza wrote: »
That was my first thought too, it wouldn't be odd at all in that way.
But it would be hard to explain zombies lasting for so long. How much time has passed in the comics?
Moragami wrote: »
You're all assuming Clem will survive. I really, really hope you're right, but as this is "The Walking Dead", that assumption may be totally wrong. I hated not having Clem in this episode (left her at the house), and now that she's been kidnapped, I'm really freaking the hell out.
I have a 5 year old daughter, and I think Clementine's character has made this game a more personal and emotional experience than any other game I've ever played. The writing for this game is really top-notch, but I'm almost SCARED to play Episode 5.
Degenerate10 wrote: »
I hope she dies off so this damn question will quit being asked.
It's funny to go back and see people thinking just like I did that it would be crazy for Telltale to make Clem the protagonist,and now it's actually happening and I'm excited for it.