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‘The Walking Dead’ spoilers from the comics for Season 4, episode 9

Last week, a promo pic for the back episodes of “The Walking DeadSeason 4 was released. The photo features a solo Carl looking back while walkers head towards him. Since the photo debut, speculation about it has been circulating around the web. On Wednesday, January 22, Wet Paint suggested several spoiler snippets from the “Walking Dead” comics that could fit into the first episode of Season 4B.

‘The Walking Dead’ spoilers from the comics for Season 4, episode 9
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According to the source, comic book creator Robert Kirkman said that the returning episode would be very close to the books, issue 49, to be exact. Just to recap, and if you don’t keep up with the comics, here’s some of the stuff that goes down in book:

It starts off with Michonne decapitating the Governor. Since the show took a different turn than the comics, we might just see Michonne slicing some walkers – as seen in the sneak previews.

The rest of the comic issue is all about Rick and Carl. In issue 49, Rick and Carl head to a local store for supplies after leaving the prison. Rick takes an axe through a walker’s head – this is also seen in the sneak videos. After that scene, they take shelter in a house and Rick begins to feel sick after taking a large dose of antibiotics. This might be when Carl pleads, “Wake up! Wake up!” in the Season 4B mini trailer.

Walkers gather outside the house and Carl leads them away – more hints of this in the promo photo and scenes from the videos. Eventually, by the end of the issue, the two run into Michonne. If the episode will in fact follow the comic issue closely, this may be what goes down in episode 9.

“The Walking Dead” Season 4 returns with Episode 9 on Sunday, February 9. If you can't wait to find out what happens next, like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter to catch the latest spoilers on your newsfeed!

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