That is the only way to explain Jenner's statement here:. Jenner: Listen to your friend. She gets it. This is what takes us down. This is our extinction event. If the epidemic was limited to the US, or the US and Europe, or the US, Mexico, Canada, and Europe, it would be terrible, but it wouldn't make an epidemiologist say that the human race would soon be extinct.
Jenner would only call the outbreak an "extinction event" if the whole world was being consumed. Google Map of all places that are said or implied to be infected. All we know is that everything from Georgia to Washington is gone, and although it hasn't been dealt with at any length, the clear assumption on the part of the characters is that the crisis is so widespread that they couldn't possibly get to a place that wasn't infested with zombies. Washington, DC. However, it is telling that in the time that has elapsed over the course of the series - at least years - there have been no signs of life on any continent.
Not a single airplane has flown overhead - and if the outbreak were limited to North America, one would expect that other countries would continue flying planes, even if it were just surveillance flights monitoring the outbreak. After the ordeal Rick has endured last issue, he sets out to find safer shelter. More is learned about the zombies that now out-number us to 1 , but when it comes to some things, it's better not to know. Rick begins to wonder if there is a light at the end of the tunnel his life has become.
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Even if there is, how can he ever expect to make it there? Jenner: They were the last ones to hold out as far as I know. They thought they were close to a solution. Travis: It's burned. The military burned it down.
According to this, the Leigh Anne just came from the south right there. George: Napalm. It's what they're using up and down the coast. I've been checking in with some of the other ranger stations. George: Not a hell of a lot. Interior is no better than the coast. JT shut down soon after. That's Cali, that's Arizona.
Zion went dark before them. Utah gone.
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Rocky Mountain station is dead. That's Colorado. That's the Continental Divide. That's a good goddamn half the country. The shows make it explicitly clear that the outbreak spreads far beyond the shows' locations - at the very least, the entire US, and at least parts of Mexico, Canada, and Europe, are gone. It is extremely likely, however, that the entire world has been consumed. The comics have revealed less, but there is absolutely no reason to believe that there are any unaffected places left in the world.
In no Walking Dead media has there ever been any indication - airplanes, radio transmissions, etc. By all appearances, the entire world is gone. The short wave radio picks up a signal from a survivor. The survivor happens to be a cosmonaut.
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The cosmonaut states "I watched the world go dark". Its unlikely the infection could remain on only one continent. I think it started in Los Angles, then spread across the US. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. How widespread is the infection in The Walking Dead? Ask Question. Bellatrix Ok sounds good thanks! And thx for fixing my question haha I'm an idiot sometimes.
There's an entire show set in California, and they make specific mention of many US cities being overrun. Have fun! Nathan Griffiths 4, 18 18 silver badges 33 33 bronze badges.
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Thomas Thomas 7, 5 5 gold badges 27 27 silver badges 54 54 bronze badges. Oh ok thank. I though about starting fear the waking dead. Lets say it so its different. I found it at times a bit too much rushed as the infection spread strangely in terms of how fast and how far Generally I find it thus weaker than walking dead but still good.
So it wasn't good then. I want to watch but I have heard to many bad reviews so I'm still thinking about it.
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The show On the show, we know that the infection has spread as far as Europe, with a heavy implication that it is worldwide which is probably the case anyway by the same reasoning as the comics. The creator has said that future shows set on other continents are possible, lending further credence to the idea that the plague of walkers is worldwide: When asked whether we might see more companion shows set on other continents like Europe or Asia, Kirkman demurred, "If I did [know of plans for that], I certainly couldn't say that here," he teased.
Indeed, the comic's creator is on record as saying that he purposely is trying to leave out information about the scope of the epidemic: "I probably would have changed that stuff," he says. Over the course of the series, the characters notice no: Foreign countries sending aid to survivors Planes flying over that would indicate air travel has survived.
Radio broadcasts received from foreign networks. Adamant Adamant Thomas - Yeah, I'm just on mobile and couldn't find a reference. I will rewatch TS then. Sounds good thanks. Damn even the though of living in a world of walkers is just scary. Update: More places that have been stated or implied to be overrun: Cynthiana, Kentucky Rick's hometown in the comics Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Dave and Tony met each other fleeing Philadelphia Dave: We met on I coming out of Philly. That is the only way to explain Jenner's statement here: Dr.
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Jenner: There is no hope. There never was. Rick: There's always hope.
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Maybe it won't be you, maybe not here, but somebody somewhere Andrea: What part of " everything is gone" do you not understand? Google Map of all places that are said or implied to be infected Comics: All we know is that everything from Georgia to Washington is gone, and although it hasn't been dealt with at any length, the clear assumption on the part of the characters is that the crisis is so widespread that they couldn't possibly get to a place that wasn't infested with zombies. Atlanta Washington, DC However, it is telling that in the time that has elapsed over the course of the series - at least years - there have been no signs of life on any continent.
And issue 10's publicity blurb read: After the ordeal Rick has endured last issue, he sets out to find safer shelter. But there are a few things that set The Walking Dead apart from other games that revolve around making sure the dead stay dead. Unlike the zombies infesting Left 4 Dead, Walkers are slow.
Plus they even like to play dead, lying on the ground perfectly still until your ankle comes into the reach of their teeth. Guns are a last resort. However, Heather will have to go and collect her crossbow bolts from the corpses if she runs out as bolts are scarce in the world of The Walking Dead, as Daryl knows all too well. They might be slow, but Walkers are strong. Especially when it comes to doors. Alternatively, you can nail doors shut to stop Walkers from entering your hideout, or strategically cut off entrances to a building to force the undead to enter using only one entrance, funnelling them down a bottleneck where your melee weapons or silenced guns will be waiting.
The apocalypse is underway, and the one way to make it even scarier is to make your gun give out halfway through emptying a magazine into a horde of zombies. So although guns might not break completely, their suppressors certainly can. Suppressors make your gunshots a damn sight quieter, so without them you might find yourself having to choose between attracting the horde or resorting to riskier melee violence.