Despite being a huge fan favorite, Daryl Dixon a.k.a. Norman Reedus shouldn't let his popularity let him become too complacent after Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman recently called him out in an interview with CNN.
Kirkman sat down to discuss the difficult process of killing off characters on the show, remarking that it is "insanely hard to kill off characters," much more so than in the comic book. However, at the end of the interview, Kirkman reinforced the show mantra, but this time with a little twist:
No, no one is safe, definitely not. Looking at you Norman Reedus.
Oh hell no!
If Beth's shock death in the Season 5 mid-season finale led to a petition signed by over 50,000, imagine what would happen if Daryl were killed off?!
Robert Kirkman and the writers of [The Walking Dead](series:201193), listen up and remember one thing:
Watch the whole interview with Robert Kirkman below:
Daryl Dixon, best character ever?
Source: Geek Tyrant