The Walking Dead Season 7 Spoilers: Who did Negan kill? See Trailer for Clues

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Walking Dead Season 7

Still on the topic of Season 6?s cliffhanger ending, expect episode one of Walking Dead Season 7 to pick up immediately on who was at the end of Negan?s bat, Lucille. Vulture reported that Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) said ?I didn?t know it was going to be a cliffhanger until I watched the show. That was done in my world.?

Now who did Negan kill based on the trailer that was released during the Comic Con? Did AMC follow the comics? Filup and Erik, from NewMediaRockstars, have broken down every shot to give us some clues. They have found surprising evidence that explains who this mystery victim OR victims are, plus a few other spoilers.

Carol and Morgan are with the men from the Kingdom

The people from the Kingdom are like knights in horses and Morgan is now with them and probably with Carol too. The shot where men in horses showed Morgan walking behind them, if you look closely, one horse is carrying 2 people. It looked like Carol – remember she was shot and stabbed recently?

Dwight will be a main character in Walking Dead season 7

Dwight has a major storyline in the comics so we?ll probably see his development in this coming season. In the trailer footage, we see him looking out from a building, which could be the real Sanctuary (The Savior?s Compound) as opposed to the first one our main heroes infiltrated – the one with the satellite.

The next shot, Dwight points a gun at someone that looks like either Aaron or Eugene and says, ?Everything?s his or will be?, which pretty much sums up Negan?s philosophy.

Negan swings the bat down on…

In the footage, we see Negan swing his bat and blood was splattering – behind that victim looked like Dwight. So placing this side by side with the photo AMC recently released, Dwight was standing behind, none other than, Abraham.

Walking Dead Season 7

Want to confirm all this? Watch the full trailer breakdown here.?

So could it be Abraham or Glenn for the tv series? Producer Greg Nicotero recently said that fans shouldn?t expect that the comics and tv adaptation will turn out the same. ?I don?t think we would be doing the material justice if we just regurgitated it word for word,? he told Digital Spy. ?There are iconic moments, and there are things that we will pay tribute to, and even if we don?t do it exactly the same way that we find it in the comic book, we will find a way for fans of the graphic novel to feel like they are getting their money?s worth.?

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