|This article is about the Comic Series character. You may be looking for his TV Series, Our World, or Secret Lair counterpart. For other pages with the same name, see: Terry|
- 1 Pre-Apocalypse
- 2 Post-Apocalypse
- 3 Death
- 4 Killed Victims
- 5 Relationships
- 6 Appearances
- 7 Trivia
Not much is known about Terry's life prior to or as the outbreak began, except that he was the best friend of Michonne's boyfriend, Mike.
Terry and Mike were staying in a small house and later met up with Michonne. When Mike was bitten, Terry watched over him and when Mike eventually turned, he bit Terry and Terry became a zombie. Michonne found them, cut off their arms and jaws, chained them up, and used them as a camouflaging-deterrent form of protection from other zombies.
After Michonne saved Otis' life, Rick granted her entry into the prison on the condition that she hand over her katana, but forbid her from bringing her pet zombies inside. In response, Michonne decapitated Mike and Terry.
- Killed By
- Mike (Infected, Alive)
As he is watching over him, Terry is bitten by a zombified Mike, succumbs to the infection and reanimates.
This list shows the victims Terry has killed:
- Possibly numerous counts of zombies
Mike and Terry were best friends which states they had a good and possibly even greater relationship.
Michonne states that she did not like Terry, although Terry was Michonne's boyfriend's best friend, and even stated she thought he was stupid.
- Terry was one of five characters introduced as zombies in the Comic Series, the others being Front, Shawn, Penny and Mike.
- Terry is one of ten characters from the Comic Series who has made an appearance in the Video Game, the others being Shawn Greene, Hershel Greene, Glenn, Michonne Hawthorne, Elodie Hawthorne, Pete, Siddiq, Mike, and Paul Monroe.
- Of them, Terry and Mike are the only ones who appear as zombies.
- Terry's appearance in the Video Game does not resemble his appearance in the Comic Series. This likely due to Telltale not wanting to go through the time of creating a new model for a character whose appearance is very brief.