THE WALKING DEAD audiences were shocked this weekend when Alpha was brutally murdered off by Negan and although it resembles his newly-found heroic persona will bring about his absolution, viewers now believe Aaron may turn on the villain – regardless of what he has done for the community.
The Walking Dead showcased possibly one of its deaths this weekend. Following weeks of working diligently alongside Alpha (played by Samantha Morton), Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) directed the Whisperer leader to an abandoned shack, which he claimed he retained Lydia (Cassady McClincy) in.
Distracted by the notion she’d see her daughter more Alpha was excited to listen – but things did not go her way.
Following a flick of his knife, the throat of Alpha cuts and subsequently beheaded her.
This barbarous act brought an end also, in turn, could bring an end to the war between the Whisperers along with the communities at Alexandria and Hilltop.
The Negan method of killing Alpha has been brought over from the comic-book counterpart, where Alpha was assassinated in the same manner as the show.
However, the vital difference in the TV show is that Carol (Melissa McBride) was behind the operation the entire time With Carol available to attest for Negan’s just actions, the former Savior could be spared of any forthcoming attacks made on him by the communities.
Despite this, fans consider Aaron (Ross Marquand) will not look away from Negan’s actions too fast.
Minutes before Negan killed off Alpha, Aaron spotted the former Savior leader and maintained: “The only stupid thing would be not killing you”.
Negan has done a lot of things that were bad so it makes sense to want to attract him justice after escaping prison and placing Hilltop ablaze.
And audiences agree, with Reddit consumer Sm211 writing: “Can’t wait to see where it goes from here.
“Aaron will think and probably tell the community that Negan went against them again, but if Carol reveals that which he did.
“I really can’t see any situation where the community still hates him, he has only done what they couldn’t and murdered alpha.”
Two wrongs certainly don’t make a right, and Aaron will be keen to take the tyrant after the decades of terror his peers to and Aaron was exposed by him.