While a few characters on The Walking Dead have figured out how to get away from the reaper at different times, he comes for everyone in the end. A few characters have figured out how to avoid their comic book deaths when adapted to TV. While most characters eventually met their fate not long after the initially expected death like Tyreese, some have survived way longer. Here’s a look at 5 such characters…..
Morgan Jones is one of the most fascinating characters on The Walking Dead. He is attempting to uphold a profound quality of forgiveness and the value of life. However, his comic book partner was essentially a chef. He couldn’t protect himself when roamers brought down the walls of Alexandria. Jessie Anderson wasn’t the only significant character death amid the No Way Out story line.
How Morgan died in the comics: Following the DC Scavengers attempted attack on Alexandria, a monstrous pack of walkers attacked Alexandria. Now, Morgan has had a fall out with Michonne. He loses his will to live, so he acts recklessly. When he understands that he needs to live, it’s too late. A zombie sinks its teeth into Morgan’s arm and in spite of Michonne’s fast decision to sever the arm and Denise’s endeavors to save him; Morgan dies in a manner like Tyreese.
Maybe the greatest gap from the comics is Carol’s character. On Robert Kirkman’s pages, Carol never developed into Rambo. Rather, she stayed powerless and was survived her daughter.
How Carol died in the comics: Carol went down a way of hopelessness, like her present perspective on the TV show. However, she went to the point of no return. The character inevitably drew sufficiently near to a zombie so that it would bite her, bringing on a deadly wound and continued to dismiss the assistance of people around her. Before reanimation, Andrea put Carol down.