Showrunner Angela Kang says with regards to the forthcoming Negan flashback story, “There’s a lot in our adaptation that is original to the show.”

It’s the scene Walking Dead fans have been sitting tight for since the time the character was first presented on screen, and those fans are going to get it as the last portion as a component of the six season 10 extra scenes starting to spread out Sunday, Feb. 28, on AMC.

The greatest terrible (turned kinda great?) in the Walking Dead universe will at last have his beginning story told on screen when TWD brings the “Here’s Negan” turn off comic arrangement to life.

Showrunner Angela Kang previously revealed that the extra scenes are a blend of what might have been season 11 stories climbed into season 10 and all-news stories made explicitly for this additional clump, and it seems like the extra scene request after the circulating of both the season 10 finale and season 11 itself were postponed because of COVID-19 made it the ideal arrival spot for the Negan beginning story.

What amount of what they see on screen will coordinate how things go down in the “Here’s Negan” comic?

While Kang guarantees us that “there’s some lines that are almost straight out of the book, which people who are comic fans will recognize,” she additionally noticed that “there’s other things where we’ve made some different choices, but that hopefully will still be really cool.”

They addressed Kang about adjusting the comic book on Negan’s past and projecting Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s true wife, Hilarie Burton, as his destined onscreen mate (and play club namesake), Lucille.

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