Evan Fischer


ejfischer@bsu.edu

Recent Articles

‘The Walking Dead’ Season 3, Episode 16: “Wrath”

04/23/2018 12:28pm

 “Wrath” provides a greatly satisfying ending to the season despite a few  hiccups. Characters completely change who they are with little to no  reasoning and it is ultimately a glorified Deus ex machina that saves  the day. Despite any issues, “Wrath” ends on a high note that leads to a  promising future of the show. 


‘The Walking Dead’ Season 8, Episode 14: “Still Gotta Mean Something”

04/10/2018 4:07pm

"Still Gotta Mean Something" holds tight to the tried and true recipe of the series by creating interesting plots and disappointing everyone  with a lackluster payoff. Despite a great opening and a fantastic scene with Rick and Morgan, nothing happens. Nothing ever happens. This series is starting to get on my nerves. 


‘The Walking Dead’ Season 8, Episode 11: “Dead Or Alive Or”

03/21/2018 9:40am

“Dead or Alive Or” is the definition of a bad episode. Next to nothing happens to further the plot, God saves the gang far too many times to be believable in any sense of the word, none of the characters are likeable besides Dwight, and worst of all Eugene is still alive. Whether you call it fluff, padding, or filler, this episode has nothing up its sleeve and only serves to waste time.


The Walking Dead Season 8, Episode 10: “The Lost and the Plunderers”

03/16/2018 12:36am

“Dead or Alive Or” is the definition of a bad episode. Next to nothing happens to further the plot, God saves the gang far too many times to be believable in any sense of the word, none of the characters are likeable besides Dwight, and worst of all Eugene is still alive. Whether you call it fluff, padding, or filler, this episode has nothing up its sleeve and only serves to waste time.


The Walking Dead Season 8, Episode 5: “The Big Scary U”

11/29/2017 2:23pm

“The Big Scary U” shows a fantastic new side to Negan, turning a mediocre but entertaining character into a genuinely good character some may find themselves rooting for. Yet the same can’t be said for the rest of the Saviors who show a whole new level of incompetence, making a large portion of the episode almost unbearable to watch. Rick and Daryl’s differences finally come to a head with underwhelming results. Overall, the story as a whole serves to enhance the character of Negan, but not much else.