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TL;DR: Yes. Note: This answer has so many spoilers that it doesn't make sense to hide them all, and there is a bit of gore. If you don't like spoilers or gore, you might want to skip this answer (although if you don't like gore, you probably don't watch The Walking Dead anyway) Identical deaths: Amy: Bitten on the neck by a zombie. Jim: ...


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Based on the Talking Dead after the episode, they cleared up what happened. The bullet glanced Carl, and chips from shattering bone provided secondary damage to the eye. No internal penetration of the bullet. No brain trauma. Period. So none of the gunshot to the brain statistics matter. "The bullet kind of catches that bone as it comes down right ...


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Note: This answer represents the best information I was able to find regarding the following media - The Walking Dead comics, television show (through the middle of season six), print novels, and Telltale story games, and the Fear the Walking Dead television show. Unless otherwise noted, mentions of television shows refer to The Walking Dead, not Fear the ...


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Why don't Michonne's pets try to attack her? Basically, because they can't. They have no arms or teeth. The fact that they stopped trying to do so implies that they somehow learned that it would never work, but how they learned this (since zombies can't learn) is never really explained. All we know is what we're told. In the comics: These two ...


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So in the comic its not the bite itself, its the bacteria in the bite that infects you and kills you that's when the virus takes over you dead body. So as long as eating the leg or arm does not make you sick and die your fine.



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