Let’s admit it; we know nothing about walker physiology. We are aware that they die when their brains are harmed. We are also aware that they spread a zombie-production malady. That is about it. We haven’t met any zombie that died due to natural causes. This includes gutting, starvation and drowning. So, we can just accept that they’re eternal. But at the same time they’re limited and can be effortlessly killed with pretty much anything pointy through a fence.
It’s been proposed that the walkers are the Earth’s answer to environmental change. So when people quit acting moronic and focus on cutting the zombies down to sensible numbers, the planet’s ecology will be in an ideal situation. As it is, zombies are astonishing mulch. Cremation after death gets to be compulsory and humankind creeps back to the highest point of the food chain.
4. The Perfect World Is Discovered
The Atlanta team has covered almost four states in six years, along the East coast. The Fear the Walking Dead folks have explored a reasonable swath of the far West coast. We have no clue what’s occurring in the central states, except for some insights from park rangers talked about in Fear. We also don’t have any genuine idea regarding what’s going on all through the rest of the world. We’ve seen approximately 2% of what’s going out there. This leaves 71% of vast water and 27% unexplored area. This means, there is possibility of land which may contain a reasonable and safe living circumstance.
When we are sure that Rick and the remaining survivors are actually safe, we’ll finally be able to rest and the series can end. As it is, Robert Kirkman, the creator, said on Marc Maron’s podcast, that he’d like to see the TV series end on a positive note.