The Walking Dead/Fear: Scott Gimple talks of future crossover

Lennie James as Morgan Jones, Garret Dillahunt as John Dorie - Fear the Walking Dead _ Season 4, Episode 6 - Photo Credit: Richard Foreman, Jr/AMC
Lennie James as Morgan Jones, Garret Dillahunt as John Dorie - Fear the Walking Dead _ Season 4, Episode 6 - Photo Credit: Richard Foreman, Jr/AMC /

The Walking Dead and Fear The Walking Dead is bound to have another future crossover, right? With a new showrunner and Scott Gimple under another the hood, it’d be interesting where the franchise goes.

The Walking Dead franchise is still steamrolling ahead with Fear The Walking Dead following behind in seasons. Geographically they both crossed over with Morgan leaving Alexandria and winding up in Texas. This goes to show traveling either by foot or by vehicle, people will bound to run into each other, right?

Fear The Walking Dead made the world seem bigger by providing the spans of the outbreak. The park attendant or ranger earlier in the series was connected to many of the parks out west.

To hear how they fell like flies, it was interesting to know there are other areas out there that are doing just as bad and likely other people barely surviving/holding on. The Russian astronaut really gave me a wow-factor as he was passing over that area of the country, communicating with Strand.

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It kind of makes you wonder if Chief Content Officer Scott Gimple and showrunner Angela Kang will show a Russian space craft in a decaying orbit crash landing to Earth. This goes to show The Walking Dead franchise can turn the most disconnected or insignificant characters into highly significant characters by bringing them into this universe by inclusion at a global scale.

Scott Gimple addressed the possibility of another crossover, according to ComicBookcom.

"“It does not [rule out more crossovers],” Gimple said. “That’s about all I got to say. It does not but I wouldn’t expect it all the time. Things could happen. You never know who might pop up on Fear the Walking Dead. That includes The Walking Dead and potentially people in the past from Fear the Walking Dead.”"

Not ruling it out is probably enough to get speculation fueled by fans. What I said previously about the ability of bringing anyone into the Kirkman universe via a brief mention, could lead one to believe what other spin-offs, if any, Gimple and crew has in store for us.

Uproxx talked about the idea of a second spin-off. Robert Kirkman joked about a The Walking Dead: China or an “SVU”. But Gimple did talk about the future of the franchise altogether.

"“We’re currently working on some things that answer that question, so I shouldn’t answer it. There’s a lot of stuff that’s cooking in the garage right now. We’re working on all sorts of things, and as the months go on, we’re going to have a lot more to say about it.”"

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Do you think when Jesus told Rick to look forward to a bigger world, could this be an indicator that goes beyond just the two existing shows with more spin-offs?