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article imageVideo: 'The Walking Dead' season five SDCC 2014 trailer

By Can Tran     Jul 26, 2014 in Entertainment
AMC, at this year's San Diego Comic Con, has streamed the first trailer for the upcoming fifth season of "The Walking Dead" which airs on October 12.
July is a very busy month for The Walking Dead franchise. “Amid The Ruins,” which the fourth episode of Telltale Games' The Walking Dead video game, was released a few days ago. Today, at this year's San Diego Comic Con (SDCC 2014), AMC streamed the first trailer for the show's upcoming fifth season, which will air on October 12. The trailer shows that season five will have more violent sequences, more tension, more action, and more grit.
If you have watched season four, then you should know that the survivors have made it to the community of Terminus. Upon getting there, they are taken captive. Near the end of season four, there were the introductions of Abraham Ford, Eugene Porter, and Rosita Espinosa. In the ongoing graphic novel series of the same name, the three of them appear in issue 53. Upon meeting them in that issue, Abraham tells them that they are headed to Washington DC because Eugene believes he knows what started the outbreak and that there would be a cure.
In the graphic novel, it is revealed that Eugene was lying the whole time and that he's not a scientist but a high school chemistry teacher.
As the trailer shows, heading to DC will be the driving point of season five. However, Rick and the others won't be able to head out to DC without the group from Terminus. Character tensions will help drive the season as there is the mysterious person who many distrust. Also, there is the tension between Rick and Abraham.
The trailer also shows a brief glimpse of Father Gabriel Stokes who is also from the original graphic novel series. Near the end, it shows that Beth Greene will have her own individual storyline as well.
Season five of AMC's The Walking Dead is going to be incredibly intense. There is plenty of action along with the increased use of automatic weapons as well. Look forward to The Walking Dead come October 12.
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