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Who Does Negan Kill on The Walking Dead? (Spoilers)

October 21, 2016
The Walking Dead Season Six Finale

Who does Negan kill on The Walking Dead this Sunday? If you don’t want to know, then stop reading now.

I mean it, stop reading, go check out The Onion or rewatch the final presidential debate you can come back Sunday to see if I was right

This is your last warning.

***** Spoilers*****

Of course, I do not know for sure who Negan kills, but I have a pretty good guess based on the final scene from last season where we see the kill from the point of view of the victim.

Let me just say that I am still pissed off at the writers and producers for the Great Glenn Death Fake-out from last season. It was unnecessarily cruel to the fans and didn’t really advance the story at all.

Because of the Great Glenn Death Fake-out I believe/hoped, that Glenn would actually be spared when it came time to meet Negan.

I don’t believe that anymore.

Sorry, but I think Glenn still has to go.

And, I’m okay with it for the most part. I also don’t think he is the only one who gets to meet Lucille when season 7 begins this Sunday.

In fact, I think Glenn is the second death.

My gut tells me that Abraham is the one whose death we witnessed at the end of season 6.

Why do I think Abraham is the one who is killed by Negan and his bat, Lucille?

Abraham was getting pretty friendly with Sasha. He was looking forward to creating a life with her (that’s always a bad sign in the zombie apocalypse). He’s got a big mouth on him (one of the character’s best qualities) and that probably got Negan’s attention.

I also think it was Abraham in the end of season 6 because of the way the character attempted to straighten up again after the first blow. When Negan is doing the eenie, meanie, miney, moe deal he passes by Abraham and he straightens up, as if he is showing he is not afraid and maybe even volunteering.

I hate to see Abraham go, but his death was supposed to have already happened. In the comics he died by an arrow through the eye instead of Denise.

Sadly, I don’t think Abraham is the only death.

I love Abe, he’s the comic relief that this show desperately needs, but his character isn’t beloved enough to be worthy of all the hype they have tried to create with this 6 month long cliffhanger.

My guess is after Abraham dies either Rick or Daryl gets up and tries to attack Negan. Probably Daryl since Rick seems to be broken at the moment and Daryl has been on a rampage after Dwight. Negan doesn’t like this and pulls another unsuspecting person from the lineup, who just happens to be Glenn.

There really isn’t another character that would have as big of an impact as the death of Glenn.

He’s also not really imperative to the story.

In fact, as character deaths go, his is probably the easiest to deal with going forward.

The photos he saw when killing the unsuspecting Saviors was probably foreshadowing as they had all had their heads bashed in too. Remember, that was his first human kill.

They can’t or won’t kill off Rick and Carl is important to the Negan storyline. They could kill off Maggie and that would have a huge impact, especially since she is pregnant, but Maggie losing Glenn opens the story up for so much more than if Glenn had survived.

Up until this point, Carol’s transformation was the most interesting storyline in my opinion. Maggie has lost everyone, she’s either going to snap or get even stronger than she is. My bet is she gets as badass as Michonne, if not more so.

Who do you think Negan kills at the beginning of season 7 on The Walking Dead?

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4 Comments

  • Reply Mitch Berg October 21, 2016 at 11:00 pm

    Chris Hardwick.

    • Reply redheadranting October 22, 2016 at 12:46 am

      Bwahahaha!!

      I hope not, I love The Talking Dead.

    • Reply Nasreen October 22, 2016 at 1:33 am

      If Hardwick dies, we riot.

  • Reply Nasreen October 22, 2016 at 1:33 am

    I agree. Abraham was already supposed to be dead, Glenn’s death seems like canon, and maybe Rick loses a hand. It would catch them up with the comics, basically.

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