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The Walking Dead

AMC, 2010
  • The shattered picture frames, urban decay, and total lack of zombies in the show's opening credits reflect the fact that The Walking Dead is very much a show about humans forced into inhuman situations.”

    Cyriaque Lamar, io9.com
  • If you weren’t sure what you were in for, you certainly knew by the time the opening title credits rolled through, after a small zombie-child had her brains blown out at point-blank range by Sheriff Rick Grimes...”

    Mike Hicks, The GeekBeat
  • But speaking of shows that had instant-classic pilots with astounding opening sequences, I loved how The Walking Dead began. The prologue introduced us to a world ravaged by Sudden Onset Zombie Pandemic – an infection that’s part super-flu, part demonic take-over that saps your life and reformats your complex, robust operating system of self into something sad, rabid, and wrong. ”

    Jeff Jensen, Entertainment Weekly
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