Zer0 wrote:Absolutely if there's a will there's a way but if it's going to be just an action series (with little emphasis on the narrative) like the Walking Dead, it's better left a short shelf life. If you've watched TWD you'd probably know what I'm talking about.
Oh yeah, absolutely. I wouldn't mind if the Castlevania series was something like 10 episodes and that's it. That's probably pretty unlikely, but that's the way I'd do it, too.
And yeah, I haven't watched The Walking Dead in years... The funny thing is, the first season seemed like it would be doing the exact opposite of what it ultimately became, which is the exploration of the psychology and social habits of these survivors. We didn't even see the walkers that much early on in the series, and I loved that approach - there was so much more depth to a story they could tell in that environment.
Another factor in that was that early on, there was still so much story that could be told with the visuals alone. When everything hadn't yet been destroyed years ago, it was interesting to see all the recent ravages the outbreak had caused on the world. Now, not so much, since everything's just in ruins, and there's not really anything interesting to see anywhere anymore.