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This article is about the Novel Series character. You may be looking for his appearance in the Comic Series, or his Road to Survival or TV Series counterparts. For other pages with the same name, see: Andrew

Andrew is a comic-adapted character and walker first encountered in The Fall of the Governor. He is described as being a "wiry African-American corpse in his late twenties or early thirties wearing a prison jumpsuit".

Pre-Apocalypse

Main article: Andrew (Comic Series)

Post-Apocalypse

Main article: Andrew (Comic Series)

The Fall of the Governor

During a supply run to a deserted warehouse, Lilly Caul notices a "wiry African-American corpse in his late twenties or early thirties wearing a prison jumpsuit", which describes a zombified Andrew. Lilly empties her six remaining bullets into his cranium.

Death

Killed By
  • Unknown (Alive)

During a supply run, Lilly encounters a zombified Andrew and empties her six remaining bullets into him.

Killed Victims 

This list shows the victims Andrew has killed:

  • Possibly numerous counts of zombies

Appearances

Novel Series

Trivia

  • Andrew was first character whose death was announced by Robert Kirkman, the second being Alexander Davidson, the founder of the Alexandria Safe-Zone.
    • Regarding his fate, Robert Kirkman stated: "Andrew died somewhere along the way after we saw him last. He's a zombie roaming out there somewhere and we will never see him again. In real life, in that situation...you would never see him again. To run into Andrew again--would be insanely unrealistic. Having him be the statue was a cool way (I thought) to show him as being a zombie--without it having to be kind of weird to show him in the book."'
    • He is the first character of the Comic Series whose fate is clarified in a novel.
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