Fear The Walking Dead Season 8 Defies The Dark By Suggesting A Second Cure For Walkers
In a world devastated by a zombie apocalypse, survival may seem like an unattainable goal or at least a performance of great difficulty. However, in the iconic franchise of ‘The Walking Dead’hope has come in the form of two amazing cures for zombie virus that ravages humanity.
As the story progresses and the survivors fight to stay safe, new discoveries have revealed unexpected solutions that raise some possibilities for the future of the series.
In the past, ‘TWD: World Beyond’ presented a first cure. Although the details of this solution are kept secret, the mention of it generated a wave of speculation and theories among the millions of fans of the series.
Now, it has been in the eighth season of ‘Fear The Walking Dead’, the first spin-off of the series, there are two more on the way, where a second cure was suggested, further arousing the interest of the followers of the series.
Could radiation or fungus be the key to survival on The Walking Dead?
In the original series, survivors of the apocalypse were faced with the bitter reality of zombie bites, which resulted in certain death. However, it was discovered that amputation of the bitten and affected parts could provide a temporary solution, giving the characters a chance to escape a fatal fate.
Although this measure was not permanent, it allowed some to continue fighting for their lives. But it was in the second season of ‘World Beyond’ where a more promising answer was presented to the viewers.
A strain of fungus, which accelerated the decomposition of zombies, became a possible cure for the virus. This new perspective raised the possibility of a more permanent solution and opened the doors for further research on the zombie virus.
But in this world scientific discoveries are never as simple as they seem. In season 8 of ‘Fear The Walking Dead’, the intriguing idea has been floated that radiation could be a preventative measure against zombie bites.
The future of the series at stake
Although it is confirmed that radiation can prevent bites from being fatal, the downside is that the amount needed to do so is lethal to the subject. This new approach raises ethical dilemmas and medical challenges that the characters will have to face.since the procedure can be carried out regardless of the location of the bite on the body and does not need to be administered seconds after the bite occurs.
These two groundbreaking discoveries could have a significant impact on the future of ‘The Walking Dead’ franchise. Could these cures mark the end of the zombie apocalypse? What implications would they have for the main characters and the story in general?
Fuente Screen Rant