– by Seth McDonald







We learned a day or two ago that The Walking Dead comic had abruptly come to an end. While this won’t affect the AMC adaptation, it appears as if the comic and the show will have quite different endings. As most of you know this isn’t surprising seeing how the show strayed a bit from the source material.

A character that is no longer alive in the television series seems to be at the core of the comic book’s ending. Jumping forward in time about 10 years, Carl Grimes, stands trial for executing a caravan full of walkers which belonged to a sort of traveling side show owned by a now grown Hershel Greene. Walkers numbers inside the safe zone have dwindled down significantly in the time that has passed, which is the reason they’ve become something of an attraction.

The Judge of Carl’s trial is Michonne, who sets Carl free as she declares that keeping walkers around for that purpose is an, “abhorrent practice.”

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I’ve never read any of the comics, but I am a fan of the AMC series, I used to be a big fan of the show, and while the last season was an improvement the two seasons that came before it almost became like a chore to watch.

Are you a reader of The Walking Dead comic book, if so how do you feel about the ending? Let us know in the comments down below!

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Source: CBR