The Walking Dead Actor Norman Reedus Hints at Daryl's Revenge

Owen Stevens
January 24, 2017

The back half of season 7 picks up with the Alexandrians and their allies teaming up to fight against Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan).

Norman Reedus said that his character Daryl Dixon will begin plotting to overthrow Negan, according to Comic Book.

If you're anxious Daryl may become a shadow of his former self following Negan's unbearable torture in The Walking Dead, actor Norman Reedus has some wonderful news.

One of the good guys turns to the dark side when AMC's "The Walking Dead" season 7 returns next month. After he was tortured, The Walking Dead actor Norman Reedus said his character is definitely in a killing mode, Metro UK said. Express reported that the 48-year-old mentioned that amid Daryl's past experiences he is now ready to fight. "He wants revenge", Reedus told Entertainment Weekly. When he goes back in that last episode and hands Rick back his stuff, it was like, 'Let's go! Let's beat this guy up.

It can be recalled that Daryl has been forced to eat dog food and was stripped off earlier. The edit was done in the number of times that Negan bashed Abraham Ford (Michael Cudlitz) and Glenn Rhee's (Steven Yeun) heads with his bob wired-covered baseball bat.

"The Walking Dead" Season 7 star then explains that he thinks Daryl took Glenn and Abraham's deaths personally and that he blames himself, in which he identified that Daryl's resent makes him think that he deserves what he is getting. "Now he's ready to get revenge".

The Walking Dead actor Norman Reedus also revealed that the second half of the season will show Negan having fears in his eyes. "I feel like he spent his time in the hole thinking about Glenn and thinking about Abraham", Reedus said.

Although he did not get into further detail on how the cast of "The Walking Dead" Season 7 will make Negan pay, he did add that the upcoming episodes are "going to be consistently loud".

Fans would just have to wait a few more weeks as season 7B or "The Walking Dead" comes back from a midseason hiatus on February 12, Sunday at 9 pm on AMC.

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