Mini Review of Fear The Walking Dead S4 Ep2 ‘Another Day in the Diamond’
The moment I had been waiting for. Fear TWD finally showed Madison and her group, but their life after the big break of the dam.
They had made an abandoned baseball stadium as their sanctuary and are still building it to make them and their visitors feel like there is a home to come back to.
Madison finds a little girl named Charlie and decides to help her by searching for her parents or group. Instead, she finds an armed middle aged woman. Though after much conflict, the woman named Naomi joins Madison and arrives at the stadium with them.
When things were about to settle down, another comes up like a turtle out of its shell. An unfamiliar group called the Vultures welcomes themselves in Madisons long haul perimeter. A group adamant on snatching away her possessions and her land.
They wasn’t any violence, just tranquil threats. But for how long? For how long will the two groups maintain their patience?
Well, judging from the present day where Alicia, Nick, Victor and Luciana are looking wary and armed but without Madison, all we can presume for now is that someone did lose their patience first and indubitably, the outcome wasn’t good.
Will Morgan, the gunslinger and the journalist help the four, lost people in hunting the Vultures, or will there will be animosity that can make things ugly for the two innocent groups?
Unlike The Walking Dead, watching Fear TWD somewhat excites me. Maybe its the characters, or the plot itself but being completely truthful, Fear TWD is much better than the actual TWD. Its more my style and it never disappoints to surprise and agitate me.
I actually think Madison and Rick have the same thinking, yet they are terribly diverse from each other in a way. Both are pretty good leaders, and both are the shoot first, ask questions later type, but in my speculation, they aren’t compatible. There’s just a tiny flaw in each of their reasoning and if ever, the two leaders end up face to face—well, fingers crossed that they shouldn’t.
But, of course, that’s just my judgement. Who knows? Perhaps, I’m wrong and Rick and Madison will end up being each others support.
P.S. I like their opening theme. Its short, simple and best.
I’m even more eager now to see the next episode!
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