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He wants to know how smart the boy is, as any other child Carl's age would have tried to make a break for it by now, where as Carl had stood right at Negan's side the whole time. Carl has killed five or six of his men and thus his actions could not go unpunished. Negan says he cannot carry on talking to Carl like this while he has the bandage around his face, so he tells Carl to remove the bandage and the hat. Carl declines. Negan threatens him and Carl does what he asks. Carl's un-bandaged face reveals a gruesome eye injury.
Negan is delighted. He asks Carl if he's ever looked into a mirror, then comments on how he can see his eye socket and skull. He asks to touch it. Carl doesn't answer and then starts to cry. Negan apologizes, saying that it's easy to forget that Carl is just a kid and he didn't mean to hurt his feelings but he is interrupted by a Savior knocking at the door.
He apologizes and tells Negan that he has brought Lucille as he left it in the truck during the earlier ruckus. Negan tells Carl that all joking aside, he shouldn't cover it up. He may not be a hit with the ladies but no one will mess with him either since he looks so bad ass.
Negan takes the bat off the Savior and asks him if the Savior treated Lucille like a lady and "ate her pussy like a lady. Negan turns back to Carl and tells him that as punishment for Carl gunning down his men he wants something in return for being more than pleasant -- he tells Carl to sing him a song.
Carl says he doesn't know and Negan calls bullshit on him. Carl starts to sing "You Are My Sunshine" while Negan flexes and swings the bat dangerously close by in the background, telling Carl not to let him distract him from his singing. He finishes and starts to cry. Negan says that was pretty good and that there is nothing more Lucille likes than being sung to, and bashing in heads.
Negan asks if Carl's mother sang that and asked about her current whereabouts. Carl doesn't reply and Negan correctly guesses that she was dead. There is a knock at the door and Carson informs Negan that the iron is ready. Negan tells him to gather everyone and that he will join them shortly.
Down on the foundry floor all the Saviors have gathered. Negan asks Carl to hold Lucille, and he then tells everybody present that what they are about to witness isn't going to be pleasant and didn't even have to happen but he cannot ignore the rules. All the Saviors reply in unison "The rules keep us alive! Negan puts a thick glove on while another Savior gets to work on the fire and molten metal in the background. Negan explains that what makes them civilization--what makes them the Saviors--is rules.
No matter how small or insignificant, they must be followed. When Negan chooses a new wife the process is voluntary, it is an honor to be with him. But it comes at a price-total devotion.
But others seem to find this hard to swallow, but it must be swallowed. Negan grabs a heated Victorian-era-looking iron. He tells Mark that it is the iron for him and that he is sorry but it is what it is. Negan suddenly lunges at Mark, who is tied to a chair, and holds the red hot iron to the side of his face while Mark screams in agony. Negan pulls it away and the flesh sticks to it like melted cheese while Mark passes out.
Negan says the matter is settled and all is forgiven -- Mark will forever bear the shame of his actions on his face and all will know what he has done. During this speech, Dwight and Sherry look longingly at each other and it is evident this has happened before and possibly involving them. Carl gives Lucille back to Negan and they head upstairs. Negan says to Carl that what just happened was pretty crazy and that he probably thinks Negan is a lunatic.
Negan then leads Carl away, contemplating on what to do with him. After Negan burnt his face, Mark is escorted away by Carson and another Savior. Amber tries to go after Mark, but is stopped by Dwight. Sherry helps Amber to get away and is about to ask something from Dwight. Dwight angrily tells her to be quiet. Carl asks if he can wrap up his head, which Negan denies.
Carl angrily curses him as to why, and Negan smiles. He asks Carl if he thought he'd be off the hook just by singing a song to Lucille, and then asks Carl if he has any ideas on what Negan should do. Carl suggests that Negan should jump from a window to save him the trouble of killing Negan.
Negan laughs and says he is having a hard time to figure out a suitable punishment for Carl, but he'll eventually think of something. Meanwhile, Jesus is fighting some zombies and manages to hot-wire a car back to the Alexandria Safe-Zone. Rick doesn't want to give up but in the end is convinced to try again tomorrow. Spencer looks through the gates of the community and asks a survivor named Erin what they are doing out there. She says that even though she has only ever said things to Rick, he seems to have their best interests in mind and Rick shouldn't be expected to do nothing while his son is missing.
Spencer seems to think Carl's disappearance is a distraction to the community at a time when they don't need it. Erin replies that Spencer seems more critical of Rick since he stole his girlfriend. Spencer says she never was. Erin leaves, telling Spencer he is a good man and not to let all this drive him crazy. Aaron and Eric have an argument over whether to leave the Safe Zone or not. Eric doesn't think it's as safe anymore since the arrival of Negan and The Saviors and that they should maybe be prepared to go at a moment's notice if necessary.
Aaron, however, wants to stay; he knows the safe-zone is special and they can get through this. Rick and the others arrive home late and go to bed for a well-deserved sleep. Rick is awoken in the dark by Jesus at the foot of his bed. He and Rick go for a talk where Jesus explains he knows where Negan and his men are hiding. Rick then tells him about Carl's disappearance. Jesus explains how, as he was escaping, he heard gunfire from an assault rifle and Rick tells him Abraham's machine gun is missing.
Jesus offers to take him there in the morning but Rick wants to go now. Rick, Andrea, Michonne, and Jesus leave in the van for Negan's stronghold. Jesus explains that they have a "killing zone" of zombies as a defensive measure that are either chained up or impaled into the ground. He says getting in could be a problem but Rick says he knows a way.
Rick eventually decides he will just knock, much to the shock of the others. Rick explains that Negan wants them submissive and working for him, not going to war. It will be enough of a 'fuck you' to Negan to show him that Rick knows where he lives and it might catch him off balance enough to give up Carl. On their way to the Saviors compound, they run across Negan and his men in a truck, who explains they were heading to Alexandria and it was mighty convenient to meet Rick and crew.
Rick replies that they were headed to see him actually. Negan mentions that its strange that they were heading in the right direction but Rick cuts him off, asking where Carl is. Negan says that's the reason he was heading over, if he can believe it and that he can't wait for Rick to see what he's done to his little boy. Out of rage, Rick punches and kicks Negan, demanding to know what he has done to Carl, but after a few seconds of beating, Negan furiously retaliates, grappling Rick.
He taunts him saying that he'll be sorry, and reveals that nothing has been done to Carl, and that Negan was just lying to Rick to see him breaking. Rick then learns that Negan can be reasonable, and they leave.
Elsewhere, Eugene finds a location for his ammo-crafting plan. Later on, Rick tells the community that Negan can be reasonable and that the future is bright, and say that they must work hard for the next Savior pick-up of supplies.
Carl reveals valuable information about the Savior's base, prompting Jesus to tell Rick that it is time for him to meet Ezekiel.
Rick and Jesus are traveling to the Kingdom. Elsewhere, Michonne and Carl are fighting zombies.
A zombie almost kills Carl. Later, he says he's worthless due his missing eye. Arriving at the Kingdom, Rick meets Ezekiel, who introduces him to his tiger Shiva. Dwight then arrives at the Kingdom in an attempt to convince Rick, Jesus, and Ezekiel that he can help them in the fight against Negan. Rick proceeds to punch Dwight in the face accusing him of being a liar.
Dwight manages to convince Ezekiel that he is on their side but Rick and Jesus are still unsure of his true intentions. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. This article is about the Comic Series volume. You may be looking for the TV Series episode.
Contents [ show ]. How Season 7 and Season 8 will most likely look like. Mitt Campbell. Retrieved from " https: Volume 1: Days Gone Bye. Volume 2: Miles Behind Us.
Volume 3: Safety Behind Bars. Volume 4: The Heart's Desire.
Volume 5: The Best Defense. Volume 6: The original pitch by Kirkman and Moore was for a followup to George A. Romero 's Night of the Living Dead , with the series taking place in the s. The Walking Dead debuted in , published by Image Comics , with art by Tony Moore for the first six issues and Cliff Rathburn shading the art after issue five. Charlie Adlard took over as artist on issue 7, after he was approached by Kirkman. The remainder were done by Adlard. The first 52 issues of the series began to be reprinted on January 5, , with one issue per week for a year.
The series is periodically re-published in trade paperbacks which contain six issues each, hardcover books with twelve issues and occasional bonus material, omnibus editions of twenty-four issues, and compendium editions of forty-eight issues. The fan-oriented event has a scheduled date of October 13, and will coincide with the release of a Walking Dead 1 15th Anniversary Variant Edition, with cover art by current series artist Charlie Adlard.
The company also noted that additional limited edition collectibles and festivities would be announced at a future date, prior to the October event.
Rick Grimes is the main character, a deputy who is comatose when the zombie apocalypse begins. With his wife Lori and son Carl , he joins with groups other survivors. He is joined by former best friend Shane , who secretly has a sexual relationship with Lori. The group consists of firm clerk and college graduate Andrea and her sister Amy , a mechanic named Jim, pizza delivery boy Glenn, car salesman Dale , shoe salesman Allen and his wife, Donna as well as their children, Ben and Billy.
Lori and Carl form friendships with other survivors such as Carol and Sophia. After leaving the camp, Rick gains a right-hand man and close friendship in Tyreese , who is accompanied by his daughter and her boyfriend. They soon find a farm run by Hershel Greene. Among Hershel's seven children is Maggie Greene , who forms a relationship with Glenn.
As the group settle at a prison, they become conflicted with a group of surviving prisoners. Otis meets a katana-wielding survivor named Michonne , who is brought into the group, but struggles to acclimate, facing her own demons.
Michonne, Rick and Glenn are later held in captivity by The Governor , a leader of a town called Woodbury who plan to take over the prison. Other Woodbury residents include Alice Warren, who changes sides to Rick's group and delivers Lori's baby, Bob Stookey , an army medic responsible for saving The Governor's life and Lilly , one of The Governor's soldiers. After the prison assault, the remaining group survivors regroup at Hershel's farm, and meet Abraham Ford , Eugene Porter and Rosita Espinosa.
Among the residents are Heath and Dr. Denise Cloyd, who quickly become close allies to the core group, and eventually the conflicted Nicholas. Douglas' son, Spencer tries to form a relationship with Andrea.
Rick falls in love with Jessie Anderson, an abused wife. Abraham forms a relationship with Holly, a member of the construction crew.
A group of men, known as The Scavengers, tries to conquer Alexandria; the fight attracts a pack of walkers that invades the safe zone, leading to the death of a lot of Alexandrians.
Later, the safe zone starts a trading network with the Hilltop Colony, with help from its scout Paul "Jesus" Monroe. However, their safety is again threatened by the psychopathic Negan and his group known as The Saviors who reside in a factory. One of the Saviors, Dwight becomes an ally with the communities.
After the war, newcomers such as Magna and Dante are introduced into the series. Another community out at sea is established, as well as safety perimeters across the DC area, which is violated by the presence of the Whisperers, a tribe of people disguised as the dead who have rejected the notion of re-establishing civilization.
The leader, Alpha, antagonizes Rick as her daughter, Lydia, forms a sexual relationship with Carl. When Alpha's second in command, Beta, takes leadership of the group, he declares war against the communities. The "zombie idea" developed by George Romero does not exist in The Walking Dead universe; hence, of all the myriad terms used to describe the undead by different communities, the word "zombie" has been deliberately avoided.
While it has been used extremely rarely in the comics, it has never been used in the television adaptation. Rick's group classifies the undead as either walkers, roamers or lurkers, the former being more likely to venture toward a loud noise in search of human prey.
Other names have been used by characters in the series, including biters and stinkers. The undead follow and mimic each other, which can result in enormous hordes travelling together, "walking nonstop, following a sound they've all forgotten," as Abraham puts it.
The series received critical acclaim, winning the Eisner Award for Best Continuing Series in  and prompting Eric Sunde of IGN comics to call it "one of the best monthly comics available".
AMC picked up the rights to produce a show based on the comic in The fifth season premiered on October 12, , with Scott M. Gimple as the show's third showrunner. Gimple has said that he would stay closer in line to the comic book series events "as much as possible", but ultimately remix stories with certain characters, referencing original characters introduced to the show and deceased characters alive in the comic book as a reason for this.
This also was accompanied by the largest deviation from the comics, with the departure of Rick Grimes, played by Andrew Lincoln , from the show, though Lincoln will reprise Rick in three feature-length films to be produced as AMC Originals that continue Rick's story with Kirkman's involvement.
It explores these new characters as the apocalypse begins. The series was created by Robert Kirkman and Dave Erickson , with Erickson serving as showrunner for the series.
AMC ordered the series for a two-season commitment, with the first season consisting of six episodes. AMC released an animated short of the first part of Issue No.
On February 18, , Telltale Games announced plans to create an episodic video game based on the series,  which was scheduled to debut in fall and was released worldwide in April The Walking Dead: The Game consists of five episodes, released between April and November Additional downloadable content , Days , was released in July Kirkman has said that, unlike typical zombie games such as Left 4 Dead , "it [focuses] more on characterization and emotion than action".
The first episode of the sequel, The Walking Dead: Season Two , was released in December with episode 2 being released in March , episode 3 in May , episode 4 in July and episode 5 in August The first episode of the second sequel, The Walking Dead: A New Frontier , was released in December with episode 2 being released December , episode 3 in March , episode 4 in April and episode 5 in May The Final Season was released August 14th , however, it was halted and on September 21, , most of the staff was "laid off" because of money issues.
But as of October 6th, Skybound founder and Creator of The Walking Dead Comic Series, Robert Kirkman , has announced he will fund the last 2 episodes for he believes it is the ending the fans deserve. The Game received widespread critical acclaim, with reviews giving praise for the emotion, characters, and plot.
All Out War. The miniatures game was funded through the popular crowdfunding site Kickstarter. This product is available for order and first began shipping to backers on 7 November A series of novels based on the comics, written by Robert Kirkman and Jay Bonansinga, were released between and focusing on the antagonist "The Governor". Taking place in the initial outbreak, the books chronicle his experiences from surviving in the newly ravaged world to the establishment of himself as leader of Woodbury, and finally tying up the conclusion to the prison arc storyline in the comics.
Following The Walking Dead: The Fall of the Governor , Bonansinga continued the Walking Dead novels as sole author, with Kirkman's name affixed to the title. The trade paperbacks collect story arcs of six issues each, but contain only the story and none of the original cover art from the comics.
Each paperback follows the convention of having a three-word title. The zombies in the cover art for each paperback form part of a larger image if placed end to end. Each story arc is re-released in hardcover books containing two, omnibus editions containing four, and compendiums containing eight story arcs. All hardcovers contain the contents of the comics, including the covers, and in some cases bonus material.
The books' trim size is larger than the paperbacks. Each hardcover contains two story arcs from the series. Signed versions of the books are available, each limited to pieces. Limited omnibus editions collect 24 issues in a slipcase with several extras.
The first volume is autographed by Kirkman and Adlard, with copies printed. Softcover compendium editions collect 48 comic issues each. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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