This post may enclose spoilers for Fear The Walking Dead deteriorate 3 culmination which aired on Sunday night.
In the arise of the confirmation that Fear The Walking Dead and its mom show The Walking Dead will crossover, one showrunner has certified that he is ‘intrigued’ to see how the two zombie shows will meet – but he doesn’t consider it needs to occur in the first place.
Dave Erickson, who co-created Fear The Walking passed with the Robert Kirkman, creator of The Walking Dead, told the Hollywood Reporter that he believes Fear The Walking Dead can mount on its own.
Dave, who stepped down as showrunner on Fear The Walking Dead at the finish of the many new season, said: ‘I consider there’s plenty story in the Fear universe to means the show but having to crossover — but it should be interesting.’
Speaking about how much he knows about the show he said: ‘I am intrigued to watch as a fan to see how the ruin they lift it off.’
‘By design, you have two shows that are hopefully very opposite tonally. That was the intention, coming out of the gate. It’ll be interesting. You have to mix those two tones together in an organic way,’ he added.
On the characters sloping to crossover, he certified that there are many possibilities.
‘There are a lot of characters you could thread into the world,’ he said. ‘It’s kind of a candy store for those guys. There are 17,000 characters on Walking Dead, and now they have a garland of other characters from the southwest they can integrate. It’ll be cool.’
Announcing the news on The Walking Dead row at New York Comic-Con on Oct 7, Robert was asked the doubt every fan of both shows has asked given the spin-off dawned in 2015.
‘There are two Walking Dead shows, there is one character, who we will not name, who is going to go from one show and seem in the other, which we will not name.’
Teasing the assembly over his miss of details, Kirkman added: ‘But what does that mean? Timelines – how does that work?’
Asked the doubt once some-more by horde Chris Hardwick, Kirkman said: ‘I’m really vehement since we get this doubt all the time. We wanted these shows to have their own legs and now we’re at this place with Fear The Walking where we can play with some things.
‘Are we going to see an engaging backstory of a Walking Dead character? Or are we going to see a Fear The Walking Dead impression seem in the future in The Walking Dead? Or is it going to be something totally opposite from that?’
Kirkman settled we’ll be conference ‘more news on that front’ soon, but naming where or when. But how could it work? It could positively be an engaging way to broach Negan’s backstory, but competence annoy fans who haven’t indulged themselves in the spin-off.
We are just going to have to wait and see.
The Walking Dead starts Monday 23rd Oct at 9pm on Fox