The Walking Dead has witnessed some huge exits and dramatic deaths in recent seasons. It seems that it will continue for a while now. Several clues have surged that suggest that Rick Grimes will also die on the show. So fans gear yourself for some tragedy ahead.
Rick Grimes takes his exit in Season 10, what’s next for The Walking Dead?
In season nine, we saw Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) exit the show to focus on the films based on the AMC series. The fans saw him take off a helicopter and his destination remained ambiguous. The fans were deeply shattered to see him leave the show. Following that, several speculations have been made for his return.
Comics reveal the death of Andrew Lincoln’s character in Season 10
Even though Grimes returned for good, the fans may have another reason to mourn in the near future. The show follows the comics and deviates from it at times. The 192nd issue of the comics has revealed that Rick will lose his life in a tragic incident. Previously, Sebastian shot Rick in the comics as his mother Pamela was at war with Rick. Now she had asked her army to attack Rick’s people.
Rick somehow saved his people and removed Pamela from her position. This pushed Sebastian for revenge. Earlier, there was uncertainty about Rick’s death, but the recent comic issue confirmed it. Now the question is if the TV show will follow the same route or not. One of the Twitter fans also commented,
Come home to the newest Walking Dead issue, wasn’t ready. RIP Rick Grimes.
Will “, The Walking Dead,” survive without Rick Grimes?
Fear the Walking Dead also talked about Rick’s fate. Some nuclear walkers were introduced in the premiere. This led to a significant clue to Rick’s future. The walkers were seen taking away Rick in the helicopter just like the ones in Season 9 of The Walking Dead. However, it is unlikely that there would be a crossover.
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