Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) may just be one the most hated television characters ever at this point. Even people who are not fans of AMC's "The Walking Dead" can tell you a little something about Negan. It has been a few days since "The Walking Dead" Season 7 episode 1 aired and fans are still having a hard time accepting the outcome of last spring's season six finale cliffhanger.

'Walking Dead' fans still processing Negan's brutality

It was talked about for months and months, right up until the season 7 opener, spoilers were shared, opinions given and now that it has come and gone it is safe to say that millions were heavily affected in some way by the outcome.

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You think you can prepare yourself, but that is not entirely true, in this case. If you are one of the few who still has yet to see the season seven opener and have managed somehow to avoid all the conversations and articles revealing the outcome, turn back now.

"Walking Dead" fans are mourning the loss of two of our beloved characters. The first victim to meet his demise at Negan's hands, was Abraham (Michael Cudlitz).

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Abe went out as he lived, strong and brave and slinging his unforgettable one-liners with his last breath. His last words to Negan will forever live in our minds. After taking one solid hit to the skull from Lucille, Abe leaned up and said to Negan "s*** my nuts" just as the second blow took him down.

Season 7 of 'TWD' left fans with twice the pain expected!

Fans are passing blame for what happened next, Daryl (Norman Reedus) jumped up and punched Negan in the face, angering the beast even more, for seconds it was believed that Daryl was a goner also.

But, Negan spared Daryl's life and in turn for his outburst turned the bat on Glenn (Steven Yeun), leaving many to believe if Daryl had controlled himself the night would have ended very differently, highly unlikely, but if blame placement comforts you at this time, okay.

Sadly, Glenn's death was as it was always going to be from the very beginning, brutal, bloody and violent. Glenn also went out as he lived, thinking of his one true love Maggie.

It was heartbreaking to see Glenn in his beaten state struggling to utter his final words to Maggie, saying, "Maggie, I will find you."

Take these final words as you may, but die-hard fans believe it was Glenn's way of telling Maggie one last time he would always be with her in some way, and even in death, they would find their way back to each other. Now that those hard moments are over, not forgotten, but over, who will Negan's next victim be?

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Will it be Daryl, or when Negan arrives at Alexandria will he go on a spree, further exemplifying his power and control by killing off others such as Spencer, Heath, Tara, or Michonne? Will Carol come at Negan after finding out he has killed off her family members and taken her beloved Daryl away?

One thing we do know for sure is that no one is safe, and Negan's nightmarish bloodbath is far from over.

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Those who were shocked and offended by Glenn and Abe's brutal deaths should take note that Negan's reign of terror has just begun, and as the group decides how to eliminate Negan, things will go from bad to worse in "The Walking Dead" Season 7.

"The Walking Dead" airs Sunday nights at 9 p.m. on AMC.

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