Well, you can get cancer from the accumulated radiation. We don't know how long and how exposed she was to the radiation. The Pioneers map didn't showed any contaminated sites. No areas to avoid, even though, if they've spreading around the southern states, they should have pretty good idea where and how things are in there. If the Paradise community is her HQ, I'd have expected to see that info on the wall maps. None was present.Isn't radiation sickness more of a gradual than a sudden thing?
We don't know how much she has seen. Is it the box film, or something she salvaged from the oil yard.Isn't it strange that Ginny knows the names of everyone she is meeting? She claims that they have been watching, but such details makes me wonder if she has a spy embedded in the Fear Gang.
That's because the guy got sacked after he let Morgan and Al inside. There is a still a vacancy available for a replacement Diener.The guard in the community dragged the dead inside, I get they don't want a pile of dead at the gates but what are doing with them and why not bury/ burn them outside the compound? Also they just left the two Morgan and Al killed.
Maybe or then we'll start to see them in the movies. I would hate them to cock it up, if this whole thing is AMC invention and has nothing to do with Kirkman's vision.They are more advanced than any the other groups but maybe there is another group out there who can rival them, remember the lady who showed up at Hilltop? Maggie is apparently with them, wonder if we may see evidence of them in a later season ?
I don't know, because I stopped reading soon after the Whisperer conflict started. There was no mention about the helicopter people in the comics before that point. There was one radio contact that Eugene made, but that's all I know about it.Are there no helicopter people mentioned in the Graphic Novels? Or, have the TV shows now caught up with/ overtaken the story in the graphic novels?
SO....Are there no helicopter people mentioned in the Graphic Novels? Or, have the TV shows now caught up with/ overtaken the story in the graphic novels?
Fear the Walking Dead Director Suspected a Connection Between Virginia’s Pioneers and Rick Grimes’ AbductorsSydney Freeland, director on Fear the Walking Dead 514, “Today and Tomorrow,” expected there to be a revelation tying Virginia (Colby Minifie) and the Pioneers to soldier Isabelle (Sydney Lemmon) and the CRM organization, the mysterious helicopter group responsible for Rick Grimes’ (Andrew Lincoln) disappearance from The Walking Dead.
“I was convinced the helicopter pilot was going to tie in to my episode at some point, or that Colby... I thought that they were somehow tied together with the helicopter pilot,” Freeland admitted to Insider. “So I was like, ‘I know it’s all going to come together. It’s all going to come together.’ And it didn’t. So that kind of left me going... I think it sort of opened up a bigger, broader world in a good way.”
Althea (Maggie Grace) shared those suspicions, asking ringleader Virginia if her well-off pack of cowboys were in possession of a helicopter. When Virginia claimed not to have ties to CRM, it was disappointing for Al, who infiltrated a Pioneer compound with Morgan (Lennie James) in the hopes of reuniting with Isabelle.
“Yeah, that’s her, that’s that little grain that she latches onto initially to motivate her to go break into this complex, which is a crazy thing to do, but that’s the grain, and then obviously we find out later on that they’re not like them at all, and then I thought, Maggie Grace gave this great performance,” Freeland said. “She sort of realized like, ‘Oh sh--, this is... I brought Morgan in here and put him in very, very serious danger. What I thought this was, isn’t that at all.’”