'The Walking Dead' Season 4 Post Mid-Season Finale New Poster Featuring Rick and Carl Grimes – Don’t Look Back

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By Tarun Mazumdar | January 3, 2014 10:46 AM EST

AMC has released the official poster of "The Walking Dead" season 4's second-half episodes. In the poster, Carl Grimes is placed front and centre clearly suggesting that he will be the man when "The Walking Dead" returns on February 9, 2014.

Both Rick and Carl Grimes are featured in the poster with the headline, "Don't Look Back."

"Don't Look Back" is the exact statement that Rick Grimes had uttered to his junior Grimes as Carl helped his wounded father walk away from the prison remains in the mid-season finale of "The Walking Dead" season 4.

The title-less episode 9 of "TWD" season 4 is going to be Carl-centric. He will be the boss when "The Walking Dead" returns with episode 9. It will be interesting to see Carl on the driver's seat while Rick deals with the mess that he is in. The script of "The Walking Dead" 4X09 is written by Robert Kirkman (comic book writer), who mentioned that it would be pretty close to the comics' storyline.

In the sneak peek of "The Walking Dead" episode 9, we see the brave Carl luring two walkers with a piece of meat in his hand. He looks determined and confident. Carl will have to be the boss until his dad Rick comes out of the emotional mess. Also, after the bloody hand-to-hand combat with the Governor, Rick was badly injured. The one-eyed monster beat the hell out of Rick.

The poster, clearly, states that Carl will take the centre stage and lead Rick. The boy is becoming the "Man," now. It will be interesting to see how he will handle things.

Like every "The Walking Dead" season, in this one too, we will see a major death. However, Carl is safe as of now.

What do think about this new poster? What do you think about Carl taking the centre stage?

"The Walking Dead" season 4 returns with episode 9 on February 9, 2014 on AMC. 

Check out the poster, here.

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