The war has started on The Walking Dead. When it finishes up, there will be a noteworthy decision which will come on behalf of its writers. According to the narrative in Robert Kirkman’s comics, the issues after the All Out War arc see a noteworthy time jump of what is estimated to be around two years. A conclusive measure of time is never revealed. However, it’s sufficient for Alexandria to set up a genuine civilization.
Rick performing artist Andrew Lincoln has officially prodded the time jump going to the live action adaptation on AMC. He said; “Also, maybe in a couple of episodes time, there may be a jump ahead in the curve and maybe setting themselves to that job at hand.”
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Presently, show-runner Scott Gimple and writer/maker Robert Kirkman have said something about this too which is as follows; “For the people who read the comics, they’re going to be expecting this. We’re doing the book, we do all sorts of variations on it, and then we do things that are inspired by it and then we change things up with a remix. But I will say there are things that happen in that time jump that are referred to that are super interesting. And thus we might see some of that stuff; it might not be the same sort of jump, or we’ll do that two to five years in real time.”
In addition to this, Kirkman stated; “We’ve talked about whether or not we’ll do everything that’s happened in the comics, all the way up to the most recent issue. That’s something that Scott and I are talking about all the time, and we sit down with all the producers and discuss what we’re going to do and how we’re going to do it because there’s a tremendous amount of budget involved and strategic planning on how to keep the show going. We need to know these things and being able to know these things years in advance is what helps us make this show possible. So we’ve discussed everything.”
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Amid the inconspicuous time in The Walking Dead comic, Michonne separates herself from Alexandria and starts living at the Oceanside community. She no longer wishes to battle. It’s a part which has obviously been given over to Carol on the TV.
Gimple further added; “I’ve had a general plan for a long time, and invariably when I do that, there are little things that catch and change that plan, (possibly referring to sending Carol packing). But in general, I think there’s going to be a little bit more content that Robert actually refers to. There’s stuff in there that I was reading that I wondered about, and when I wonder about stuff that I like, I like getting into that stuff [on the show]. We’re definitely going to honor it and do it, but we’re definitely going to have either more of it or possibly do it in a different way.”
The series will return for its eighth season in October, 2017. Furthermore, the very first trailer will be showcased at San Diego Comic Con which will be held in July, 2017.