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Oceanside is a community of survivors living on the east coast of the United States, in or near the state of Virginia. They began trading with the communities of Alexandria, Sanctuary, Hilltop, and Kingdom sometime after the end of the war against Negan. After leaving the Kingdom, Michonne worked there for an undisclosed period of time before returning to Alexandria. Oceanside predominantly supplies the communities with seafood.
Nothing is known about Oceanside before the apocalypse. It was presumably a fishing town of some sort.
The community formed on the east coast at some point after the outbreak, living primarily off the ocean. They were discovered by Siddiq as he made his way north up the coast from Miami. After making it to Alexandria, he informed Rick of Oceanside's existence, and Alexandria and the other communities began trading with Oceanside for fish.
After mysteriously leaving the other communities, Michonne, at some point, began working on fishing expeditions from Oceanside.
The Whisperer War
Siddiq arrives at Oceanside, requesting for troops in the war. Pete, Oceanside's leader, declines. He states that dying is not a priority, and he can spare no members.
Pamela Milton arrives at Oceanside along with Rick Grimes and many other representatives from The Commonwealth, and Alexandria. During their stay at the community, one of the residents takes the guests on a boat ride in the ocean, which Juanita enjoys.
- Pete (Captain of The Companion)
- Other unnamed inhabitants
- Michonne Hawthorne (Fisherwoman) - Moved back to Alexandria
- Siddiq (Fisherman) - Moved to Alexandria
- Oceanside was indirectly mentioned in Issue 139 and mentioned by name in Issue 142.