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Slade County Retirement Home is a location in Image Comics' The Walking Dead, first mentioned in Issue 128. It is a retirement home located close to Washington, D.C.

Pre-Apocalypse

Before the outbreak, this building was a nursing home for the elderly.

Post-Apocalypse

After the outbreak, the retirement home was settled by numerous survivors, among them Magna's group. It was a good community to live in at first, with fences to keep the zombies out and glass houses that enabled the survivors to grow food year-round. As more and more people showed up, however, the community became overcrowded. When conditions took a turn for the worse, Magna and her group left, seven months before encountering the Alexandria survivors.

Inhabitants

  • Numerous unnamed residents

Former Residents

Deaths

  • Possibly numerous unnamed residents

Appearances

Comic Series

Volume 22: A New Beginning

Trivia

  • This is the sixth known survivor community in the D.C. area, although it's unknown if they're still active.
Locations (Comic Series)
Cynthiana, KentuckyAtlanta, GeorgiaAtlanta Survivor CampWiltshire EstatesGreene Family FarmMeriwether County Correctional FacilityWoodbury, GeorgiaNational Guard StationFr. Gabriel Stokes' ChurchThe Hunters' BaseAlexandria Safe-ZoneHilltop ColonyWashington, D.C.The SanctuaryThe KingdomOceansideSlade County Retirement HomeWhisperers' CampPittsburgh, PennsylvaniaTrain YardThe CommonwealthGreenvilleGrimes Family FarmSpringhavenTrain TracksRick Grimes' Statue
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