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This article is about the Novel Series character. You may be looking for his appearance in the Comic Series. For other pages with the same name, see: Andy

Andy is a character first encountered in The Walking Dead: The Fall of the Governor. He is a Woodbury soldier.

Pre-Apocalypse

Location Unknown

Nothing is known about Arlo's life prior to or as the outbreak began. He may have lived in or near Woodbury before the outbreak.

Post-Apocalypse

Woodbury, Georgia

At some point after the outbreak began, Andy started living in Woodbury.

The Fall of the Governor - Part Two

"Doomsday Clock"

Andy participates in the assault on the prison and is the second casualty. Twenty feet from the Governor’s right flank, Andy jerks backward after being directly headshot by Andrea. A piece of his skull is propelled through the air on a fountain of blood as he tumbles backward into the tall grass.

Andy's body is collected and buried by the other soldiers after retreating from the first attack. He is the only death from the first attack who Lilly can't remember the name of. Austin sadly tells her his name while he is laid to rest.

Death

Killed By

During the first prison assault, Andy is the second casualty after being shot in the head and killed by Andrea.

Killed Victims

This list shows the victims Andy has killed:

Relationships

Austin Ballard

Austin was sad after Andy's death, showing that they were likely good friends or at least on friendly terms.

Appearances

Novel Series

The Fall of the Governor - Part Two

Doomsday Clock

Trivia

  • In the Novel Series, it states that Andy is the second victim of the assault. However the circumstances surrounding his death differ to the comic, as in the novel, he's shot in the head and in the comic Andy is shot through the neck.
    • This is likely an error or oversight.
    • It's also worth noting that the first death in the comic and novel, Arlo's death, is also reversed. Dying from a neck shot in the novel and a headshot in the comic. It's possible that Andy is actually the first death in the comic, however Arlo's description only matches up with that character and not the second.
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