What's on your mind?
I still want to know more about Minerva (the Widows) dead/alive son Percival, she mentions in s01e02 breifly to MK, Yes it makes me think she might assume MK is her son. Plus the emblem.
But what do the books say of this? since the show doesn't really give any idea, and i have not yet read the books. ...
That was absolutely NOT the ending I anticipated. I mean, if the real battle power is The Darkness, found in The Master, Cressida, Pilgrim, Sonny, Bajie and The Widow, why on Earth did the writers not have Sonny's sister give Sonny back his power and also give Bajie back his, since she knew how to it??? I wanted to see The Widow, with her power restored after killing M.K. go up against pilgrim with Sonny and Bajie's eyes black and as they battled the Pilgrim who also knew how to turn off the power. battle it out with all of them blacked out, turning off each others power in the epic battle, and turning it back on. That would have been The Battle Royal!!!
She is a master for a reason.. I serious hope she didn't died.
But despise her being more powerful than most...
She didn't display much of her powers... and she lost so easily...
That can't be it, right?
MK becoming a pain in the butt lately.
Maybe the directors had it for him? Rumors of him cheating quite a few of his girlfriends... his character went from innocent to "A Blinded Follower".
He distrust a person that truly means well for him... The only person who didn't intended to hurt him in anyway... After being fooled around many other characters like Quin, Widow... yet he choose to have blind faith in Pilgrim. I really can't understand him.
Seriously guys, M.K. annoys the hell out of me. Ever since season 1, he’s all about mememe. He can’t think or see past his own nose and whatever he wants takes centre stage, interests of others be damned, unless they serve his own purposes. Could Sunny please get back his gift (must be somewhere inside him, right?) and kick M.K.‘s ungrateful butt?! Also enjoyed having the Widow have her ass handed to her by the Master.
I have watched season 1 and most of season 2. When I am done catching up who knows when the new episodes air cause it's not listed on the AMC website.
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Season 3 is going to be absolutely incredible... it is really going to get interesting next season, on-site filming is in progress every day in Ireland and is still ongoing as of last week. Expect alot of very heavy action scenes and some 'borders' to be crossed. There will also be alot of historic questions answered... with plenty more to build on for season 4... I think this series is going to be here for the long time
I know there isn't a lot of you on here, but I was recently thinking about the administration of the wiki. The admins have been somewhat inactive on here, and with the old messaging system, messages are kind of piling up on their talk pages. I've been thinking about possibly putting in a request to become an admin of wiki and I'm just checking with users to read some of your thoughts.
I've only ever owned the Generator Rex Wiki since I was a teenager, so if anyone needs an example to determine if I'm fit for the position or not, you can check out my contributions there. It's a cancelled cartoon series, so I'm up for something running. I'm dedicated to keeping articles organized & uncluttered, deleting unused images, I can set copyright templates that can easily sort images into categories (by episode/character). I can also add some things that I wished to incorporate with my last wiki (like linking with other social media platforms outside of wikia) for the sake of promotion. Of course, if this ever happens, I'll be more than happy to accept help from other users.
Plus, if the admins happen to revisit and read this, I was curious to know if there were any requirements to become an admin and if you would possibly consider me.
In a number of episodes, particularly Series 2, Episode 7 - Black Heart White Mountain, background characters are shown wearing masks from which they are inhaling a white gas and seemingly in a stupor or otherwise unaware of what is going on around them.
Is this some sort of drug?
=Black Heart, White Mountain=
The WIRED magazine on ep. 2x06 was from November, with a title of "Need-To-Know 2024 Trends", so it's most likely November 2024. Since they are in a hall decorated for Christmes party, it was probably a month old issue which was left there.
In season one MK steals the book from the Widow. The last time we see the book it's in the hands of Veil who is trying to translate it. Then the first season ends in chaos and Sunny, MK and Veil get separated. Then in season two, episode six, the Widow takes Veil in as a refugee. The Widow asks Veil to open a drawer, and there the book is! The widow only says that "MK stole if from me". Three episodes later (S02E09) the Widow waves the book in front of MK after he has arrived at her mansion. Again it is not explained how the Widow got her hands on the book after the end of season one. She only says to MK that "fortunately it found its way back to us".
Did anyone else notice how this happened? It's like a few scenes are missing from either the last episode of season one, or some episode in season two which would explain how the Widow found the book again.
I recently started watching Into the Badlands and the moment I saw MK's medallion, I immediately thought of a similar image from the game Bioshock. In a recent episode, the same image appears on a Wired magazine that MK says is proof Azra exists, with the word Bioshock on the cover to the left of the image. That got me thinking, what if the show is a version of Bioshock? In Bioshock Infinite we learn that there are multiple versions of the story, so the following are a few examples of similarities I noticed between the two. 1) MK believes there is a paradise that no one else seems to know about or how to get there except for a few people and the mysterious compass and book, similar to Rapture and Columbia. 2) The "super powers " MK and the others have could be Adam related. 3) The needles used to get rid of the powers remind me of the needles the little sisters use to extract Adam from corpses in Rapture. On a side note possible spoiler alert I think "flea" is Widow, that's how she new about MK in the first place. 4) with that being said, is Widow a little sister and Bajie her big daddy? These are just some observations, maybe they're true, maybe the shows creator is a Bioshock fan? I guess we'll know more if someone runs across a mysterious lighthouse.