Sooner or later The Walking Deas will end, just like every series must draw to an end. At times you get a delightful coda to a superb experience while at others, the series finale ends up ruining it all. When the walkers eventually quit strolling, how do you think it will end?
1. Walkers Winning
For a series with an open ending like The Walking Dead, we truly require a complete end to legitimately wrap up the story. None of this Sopranos-style sudden cut stuff, and no Quantum Leap “things continue happening even though you don’t see them” garbage. Zombie fights is a numbers game. As it is, there are a greater number of walkers on Earth than there are living individuals. Despite the fact that people have superior intelligence, they aren’t able to keep it together like the zombies. People need solidarity, and zombies are amazingly persistent.
2. Evolving Of Walkers
We don’t know much about zombie science, yet we are aware of viruses.These viruses evolve, in some cases due to natural variables and at times against the intervention of humans. At this moment, the zombies are shambling, hungry creatures who hunt on the basis of smell and sound. However, imagine a scenario where they’re capable of doing a lot more.
Although they are slow, they are strong. Furthermore, they can onlu use two senses as such The infection and the human body appear to have an advantageous relationship after death. Therefore, there’s nothing truly preventing the virus from transforming into something that permits zombies to utilize their sight to chase, or their thoughts, or the motor abilities in their legs. Take out your epidemiology books, since quick virus mutation is improbable. When that happens, humankind is absolutely in for a toss.