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At the closure of Season Six, the characters of found themselves in a confrontation with Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), the greatest villain of the comic series and a long-anticipated character for the television adaptation.Negan’s first appearance in the comic series came in Issue 100, first published on July 11, 2012.
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He said, “I do hope that goes on long enough that when it ends, they’re like, ‘Good thing we took care of those zombies.’…I see the story from beginning to end, over many, many years, and so I think it’s a very hopeful story about humanity overcoming this insurmountable apocalyptic situation.” that he knows the story’s ending: “I do know what I’m building toward, yes.
I don’t know exactly what issue that’s going to fall on, per se, and I do have a lot of road laid out before that that is going to take a long time, but I certainly know exactly what I’m building to.
Negan will loom large over the entirety of the next 16 episodes –and likely beyond, with Nicotero telling us that the character's arrival will have a permanent, devastating impact."The next season is a very different from the one we are accustomed to," he said.
"We close one chapter and open a whole new chapter.""It's only just beginning, really," Lauren Cohan (Maggie) told DS of Negan's reign of terror.
Some call it formulaic and repetitive, with awkward pacing and lulls in the narrative.
Others complain that characters' personalities and emotions fluctuate beyond reason, harming the story.The writers pick and choose moments to inject into the series where they fit the television story best, while following the path of the series' major moments, so they aren’t necessarily done with the first 100 issues just because Negan has reared his head.Robert Kirkman has declared that he hopes to write 300 issues of the series in total, meaning he's not much more than half done, and he has a general outline of how the story will unfold.But none of these perceived flaws has prevented from becoming one of the most-watched series in cable television history with a fan base as ravenous as the "walkers" we see on-screen.AMC has expressed no interest in putting a crossbow bolt through the mega series’ forehead any time soon.“I do plan on doing at least 300 issues, but if I'm having this much fun, then I won't stop there,” he said.