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With the return of The Walking Dead a few months away and The Last of Us a gleaming memory in many gamers' past, we definitely need something to get us through these zombie-less doldrums of the high summer months.

Enter Youtubers RackaRacka and this expertly conceived and performed mashup of those two IPs. 

The video takes the best tropes and inside jokes of The Walking Dead and The Last of Us, creating a whole undead buffet of winks and nods. In fact, there's quite a few spoilers in this video for you walker/clicker noobs out there. However, it goes by so quickly and with such violence, you won't ruin anything for yourself watching it. 

One wonders what drove the people behind this video who had the time and the resources to make it. Then one just shuts up and watches the damn thing, ultimately realizing that it's surprisingly great.



Well, they tricked us again. Promising "sad losses" in the Season 5 finale, Walking Dead fans immediately feared the worst for their favorite characters. While the finale proved tense and the character deaths featured will promise great change in Alexandria, Rick's group came through pretty unscathed.

Here's what happened to your favorites:

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This Sunday marks the end of Season 5 of The Walking Dead. Rick's group has made it to the Alexandria Safe Zone, and spent the past couple episodes adjusting to it's safe walls.

This time last season Rick's group was just entering Terminus, and we all thought someone would die. Well that didn't happen. Now that they're relatively safe, should we be expecting the worst? Here are five things we want to see on the season finale.

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Father Gabriel Stokes first met Rick's band in issue 65 of The Walking Dead comic series, and now he's coming to the show (played by actor Seth Gilliam). In the comics, Father Stokes survived the outbreak by turning away his own congregation, and now feels he must atone for that sin by preaching to the other survivors. There's a history of mistrust there.

How will he be different in the show? Is he part of the band of Terminus survivors? What do you think?

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