Change Of Tone: ‘The Walking Dead’ Writer Robert Kirkman Backtracks After Saying He Was ‘Disappointed’ In George R. R. Martin

They’re both creative visionaries who’s respective creations have spawned two of the most engaging and far reaching TV series in modern times, but that didn’t stop The Walking Dead’s Robert Kirkman expressing his “disappointment” with Game of Thrones author George R. R. Martin.

However, Kirkman appears to be regretting shooting from the hip; he’s now picking up his spade and starting the arduous task of trying to dig himself out of the Zombie infested hole he’s dug for himself, after making the following comments during an interview with :

“I would never do that. That’s the one thing I’m disappointed in George R.R. Martin for doing. He should have just been like, ‘F*ck you.’ You make it up now, I’ll get to mine when I’m ready.”

“‘Disappointed’ Is Probably The Wrong Word”

'The Walking Dead' and 'Game of Thrones'

‘The Walking Dead’ and ‘Game of Thrones’

The comments were made in relation to Martin’s decision to with HBO, as the TV series has now overtaken the “A Song of Ice and Fire” novel series. Considering The Walking Dead TV show is quite some way behind Kirkman’s comic, it’s a .

Kirkman has now taken to Twitter to clarify what he meant, in a stream of Tweets on the subject. Not only did retract the terms disappointing, by claiming “‘disappointed’ is probably the wrong word,” he also bowed down to Martin, by saying he is a “far better writer” then he’ll ever be.

It’s hard to separate the success of and . Both shows are currently on their sixth season, both have legions of fans, and both are amazing. Now, can we all get along?

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