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Been reading the comics since 2004. I was happy with most of the changes made for the show. I think overall it was a very solid season. Alot of people hated the CDC episode but I thought it was fine. I was more annoyed with the side story with the hispanic nursing home. That was really dumb on many levels.
I am very hopeful for season two, but it sounds like Darabont is gon, the budget is being cut to accomodate more episodes, and the cast is kinda peeved. However if they stick relatively well to the storyline, this is when things are going to start getting really cool.
The big problem is time frame compared to real time. The comics for example have taken place in like, about two years? And comics started coming out in 2002 or 03.
I always believe if you start by a comic you love that it's almost impossible to be pleased with the show due to the high expectations you attach to it. I never read the comic and enjoyed the series thus far.
Wait, Darabont is gone??!!! He's not doing the 2nd Season? Well that's gonna f*ck it all up right there... are you sure? He DID direct the first season, didn't he? Is he not going to be connected at all? I mean, I assumed he's the reason the show is so good..