The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman has always been one to lay down some surprises for fans of the comic books and the television series, by making slight changes on the small screen to the original medium that shot The Walking Dead into the spotlight.
Now he's revealed in a chat with Kevin Smith on Geeking Out that he wants the ending of the television show to be different to the ending fans get in the comic series.
He explained: "If the show were to ever end, ever, at any point and the comic was still going, I would have to sit down with Scott and pretend I have no idea how to end it, and then work with him to try and come up with a new ending."
Kirkman also expressed disappointment with author George RR Martin of the Game of Thrones series, for telling HBO how the novels will end.
Speaking to Rolling Stone, Kirkman said: "That's the one thing I'm disappointed in George RR Martin for doing. He should have just been like, 'F**k you. You make it up now, I'll get to mine when I'm ready.'"
The Walking Dead returns for its seventh season on AMC in the US on October 23 and on FOX in the UK on October 24.
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