Is everyone suitably pumped for "Welcome to the Tombs," the third season finale of "The Walking Dead"? As well you should be. The inevitable battle between Woodbury and the prison finally arrives. Couldn't come at a more heated time, especially considering how things played out in the last episode. To get you further stoked, a few new images have emerged from the episode, courtesy of TV Guide and the Hollywood Reporter. Feast on them below.
In addition, THR has a nice interview with Daryl Dixon himself, Norman Reedus, who brings us into Daryl's current state of mind. Take this quote regarding Daryl's thoughts on the Governor, for example (warning: SPOILERS about last week's episode included):
He holds the Governor completely responsible for the situation. The situation that the Governor brought to the table has threatened everybody, and it got his brother killed. Daryl definitely wants to cut the guy's face off. He wants a ferocious revenge, he doesn't just want to see justice -- he wants to rip his head off.
You're not the only one, Daryl.
Written by former showrunner Glen Mazzara and directed by Ernest Dickerson, "Welcome to the Tombs" goes like this:
Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and the group have to seriously consider if the prison is worth defending as the Governor's (David Morrissey) impending attack looms over their heads.