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This article is about the Hilltop resident in the Comic Series. You may be looking for his Road to Survival counterpart. For other pages with the same name, see: David

David is a character first mentioned in Issue 95 of Image Comics' The Walking Dead. He is a resident of the Hilltop Colony.

Pre-Apocalypse

Location Unknown

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

Post-Apocalypse

Hilltop Colony

Nothing is known about David's life at the Hilltop.

A Larger World

After Ethan came from a failed mission back to the Hilltop Colony, David was killed by Negan, the leader of the Saviors. David was in a group of four: Andy, Crystal, and Ethan.

Death

Killed By

After returning from a meeting with the Saviors, Ethan informs Gregory that David was killed by the Saviors due to the Hilltop's supply drop not being enough.

Mentions

Comic Series

Volume 16: A Larger World

Trivia

  • David is the most used name in the Comic Series. Hilltop's David was the third to be named David. Other commonly used names in both the Comic and TV Series include Beth, Chris, Billy, Eugene, Matthew, Jim, and Eric.
    • Robert Kirkman answered the question whether naming characters the same name, Billy, Chris, Jim, Eugene, David, Eric, and Bruce was an oversight, "It's not oversight at all. It's completely unrealistic for a group of people to meet at random and never encounter the same names."[1]
  • David is never seen in the comics but his characteristics, backstory and fate are revealed in The Walking Dead: Road to Survival.

References

  1. Robert Kirkman forum, Image Comics, (March 20, 2005)
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