AMC’s The Walking Dead has, generally, followed the significant events of Robert Kirkman’s comic book series of the same name. However, Kirkman’s black and white comic, which appeared in 2003, contains an excessive amount of substance for the show to follow. As a result, AMC has made some dynamic changes throughout the years, primarily relating to the show’s characters. We have them listed right here for you…
1. Shane Walsh
Jon “the Punisher” Bernthal made a stellar show as Rick’s accomplice and closest companion, Shane. Officer Walsh engages in extramarital relations with Rick’s wife, Lori, subsequent to thinking that he died. This causes a wide range of issues when Rick returns and she winds up pregnant. Rick’s son, Carl shoots Shane in both versions, yet the circumstances are entirely different. In the comics, Shane is shot through the neck by a mournful Carl attempting to protect his dad in the midst of a major battle; while on TV, Rick stabs Shane to death towards the end of season two, and Carl shoots a zombified Shane to protect his father. We’ll always remember the comic’s delineation of Rick uncovering Shane’s grave to put a last bullet into the skull of his zombie companion.
2. Rick Grimes
While Andrew Lincoln’s similarity to Deputy Rick Grimes in the source material is lovely to the point, even with the beard, we can’t resist the urge to see a major distinction: despite everything he has got both of his hands. When the Governor catches Rick, Glenn, and Michonne in Issue 28, he chops off Rick’s right hand before he torments and rapes Michonne, which was intensely changed for TV. Regardless of awful atrocities, we have an inclination Officer Grimes’ amputee status played a substantial part in the development of Merle Dixon’s character. Despite everything it fascinating to see Rick confront this black and white apocalyptic world single- handed, literally speaking.