A few hours after the broadcast of episode 4 of Season 7 of The Walking Dead, small return on the mysterious final scene of “Service” and what it means for Michonne.
The episode 4 of Season 7 of The Walking Dead was released just a few hours after AMC and offered our criticism , is now back on a strange scene at the end of “Service”. Michonne ventured on the road and found a pile of ashes still smoldering rather mysterious but do not take him long to guess what it is. After his discussion with Rick who explains that the Saviors boarded almost all their beds and mattresses, mattress Michonne sees these reduced smoke and abandoned at the roadside . The Saviors continue to show their superiority and have power over Alexandria but as the saying goes, is the straw that broke the camel. More angry and determined than ever Michonne goes and we already know that there is very little chance that it is subject to Negan despite his promise to Rick and the warnings of former sheriff.
Danai Gurira, who brilliantly interprets Michonne several years ago, spoke to Comicbook the feel of his character when she sees the smoldering mattress. “This is the culmination of everything she has lived in the day and the realization she can not manage the arrival of Saviors as Rick suggested. She wants to respect his decision but it is contrary to who they are, they can not tolerate people like that. the Saviors trying to enslave and break them psychologically. that’s what the mattresses are, they did not take them because they needed it, it was just to make them understand that they have become their slaves ” . One thing Michonne is unlikely to accept and we still have a few days before us to ask ourselves what kind of plan of attack it will set up . The only thing we hope is that it will keep quite cool head in order not to jeopardize or risk the life of a friend. While waiting to find out, Josh McDermitt confided to the devastating consequences of the death of Abraham on Eugene in season 7 of The Walking Dead . And you, what do you think?