November 1st, 2010
03:05 PM ET
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After "The Walking Dead" premiered Sunday night on AMC, reaction to this highly-anticipated series started pouring into Twitter. Overall, it's been mostly very positive, but with a lot of questions.
Responding to the scene where Rick Grimes' horse is attacked, @marciaesilva asked, "Can a horse become a zombie?" @joshgeeksix noted that "technically, it only answered the question, 'Should I ride a horse into a zombie horde of [Atlantans].'"
(Another question posed by those on Twitter and CNN.com commenters alike is whether or not the story was too similar to "28 Days Later" - for the record the "Walking Dead" comic book came out mere months after the U.S. debut of that movie, so it appears to be coincidental.)
And do you remember the scene where Morgan attempts, and fails, to end his wife's zombie existence? @tylermunro was surprised by his reaction, tweeting, "This show is actually making me [bawl] hardcore. I could never shoot my wife either."
@tonedeff seemed to summarize how most felt overall: "The #WalkingDead was fantastic! They actually managed to make it scarier + more dramatic than the books. Kudos to AMC."
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