|This article is about the Savior in the TV Series. You may be looking for the Fear character or the Road to Survival character.|
- "We're all Negan. (...) Whatever you're trying to do, you can't. But you still have some choices. Go home. Burn this car, roll down into a lake, make it disappear. There's a silencer in the glove compartment."
- —Isabelle's last words before being executed by Michonne.[src]
Nothing is known about Isabelle's life prior to or as the outbreak began.
At some point in the apocalypse, Isabelle somehow came into contact with a group named "the Saviors" which she subsequently joined.
Isabelle aided her group in terrorizing other survivors and communities around the area into subjugating to Negan's will, where their victims would be forced to give half their supplies in exchange for not being murdered. Despite this, it seems that she became disillusioned with this type of lifestyle.
Isabelle is driving a pick-up truck by herself when she notices a line of walker corpses in the road. As she gets out to investigate, she is captured by Michonne. After being disarmed, she is forced to take Michonne to Negan. While she attempts to overpower Michonne, she is unsuccessful and Michonne continues to hold her hostage.
Isabelle drives Michonne towards the Sanctuary and chooses to remain silent, ignoring all of Michonne's questions. After reaching a hill, she points out the Sanctuary in the distance to Michonne and advises her that she should leave and get rid of the car, and mentions there is a silencer in the glove box for her to kill her with. Moments later, Michonne executes Isabelle and dumps her body in the woods.
- Killed By
- Herself (Caused)
- Michonne Hawthorne
After leading her to the Sanctuary, Michonne shoots Isabelle at her request, and dumps her body.
This list shows the victims Isabelle has killed:
- Herself (Caused)
- Numerous counts of zombies and possibly unnamed people
- In the "In Memoriam" scene on the Talking Dead for "Hearts Still Beating", this character is called Redheaded Savior.