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The crazy theory that Breaking Bad is a prequel to The Walking Dead

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Fans of The Walking Dead and Breaking Bad seem to be on opposite ends of the spectrum. Although both are from AMC, everything seems to indicate that they are not related to each other, so far. A fan theory raises the possibility that the two series are more related than previously thought.

Between The Walking Dead and Breaking Bad can there be a relationship? This is a question that fans of both worlds would certainly not have asked themselves, until now. Both series AMC they seem to have no relation to each other, since they take place in completely different environments: a very real and modern criminal world, and a world destroyed by a zombie virus, where it is important to survive and not be infected by the “walkers”.

The Walking Dead is one of AMC’s series with millions of fans along with Breaking Bad.

Both series originated between 2008 and 2013, a particularly good five-year period for AMC, when the US chain premiered. break badlythe Series Created by The X-Files screenwriter Vince Gilligan and was considered one of the best in modern television history. On the other hand, in 2010 the the dead walkinga story based on a comic that immediately appealed to fans of zombie apocalypses and extreme survival series.

even though break badly tells the story of the chemistry teacher Walter White (Bryan Cranston) who after being diagnosed with terminal lung cancer decides to use his talent to manufacture the best amphetamine in the city of Albuquerque, New Mexico. But it seems to be a temporary illegal business, to get enough money to leave his family and good financial relief, in his lifestyle for Walter Whitewho even go so far as to adopt a criminal nickname to avoid recognition: Heisenberg.

For her, the dead walking It is set in a world completely destroyed by a zombie virus epidemic and how the survivors fight against these creatures and among themselves. Based on the comic book series of the same name with Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore and Charlie Adlard, star of The Walking Dead, among other actors, Andrew Lincoln (Rick Grimes), Jon Bernthal (Shane Walsh), Sarah Wayne Callies (Lori Grimes), Laurie Holden (Andrea Harrison), Jeffrey DeMunn (Dale Horvath), Steven Yeun (Glenn Rhee), Chandler Riggs (Carl Grimes) and Norman Reedus (Daryl Dixon).

The Walking Dead and Breaking Bad shared universe theory

To be so famous The Walking Dead and Breaking Bad they have millions of fans around the world separately. So, as the two series progressed, followers of the two found supposed coincidences between the two and have come to the conclusion that one was a prelude to the other. In this way, according to this theory, the two plays are side by side in the same universe.

So, that theory holds break badly would be nothing more and nothing less than a prequel to the dead walkingand that methamphetamines produced by Walter Whiteknown in the series as blue skywas the responsible for the zombie outbreak that wiped almost all of humanity. And what they haven’t discovered yet, is that the Blue Sky drug exists in the world the dead walkingas shown in one of the episodes of the second season that shows the drugs that Merle Dixon (Michael Rooker) had.

According to some fans, Breaking Bad would be a secret prequel to The Walking Dead.

Also in season 4 download the dead walkingDaryl says that his brother’s drug addiction is under the care of “a little white boy”, who at one point threatens him with the phrase “I’m going to kill you, soy”, a phrase used extensively by the character Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) the criminal associate of Walter White in Breaking Bad.

another game between The Walking Dead and Breaking Bad It’s that black striped Dodge Challenger car Walter White buy and then sell break badly. Glenn (Steven Yeun) is driving an identical vehicle i the dead walking. Some fans have even come to claim that Gus Fring (Giancarlo Esposito, the first zombie, which would make no sense, because this villain dies in an explosion due to Walter White.

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