• Okay, this thread will be a discussion about Negan , the murderous dog who loves to smash the people's brains out with his Lucille (the baseball bat covered in barbed wire). 

    To me, he is my second favourite character in the Walking Dead Universe (Rick Grimes is the #1 on my list). Not just because of his "badass style" or his weapon. He has a very good leadership with the Saviors, good at making threats to hilltop or to Rick, even it's so sick what he did to his victims including Spencer, it's something that I did not see it coming. I also love his humor as well for sure, even when he's pissed and starts to f-bomb in every sentence he says. He's probably one of the biggest reasons why there is so much cliffhangers - such as the ending of issue 119.... Okay, i should probably stop talking about this lol.

    Anyway, feel free to talk about him, insults is allowed. What's going to happen to him at the end of All Out War? Will he be spared alive? If you get to hold the Lucille, would you give him a good crack on his head? 

    (sorry for any english...again, i'm lazy to check the grammar).

      Loading editor
    • i love his character 

        Loading editor
    • One of the most interesting characters in the entire TWD Universe.

        Loading editor
    • Negan's face is based off of Steven Seagal

        Loading editor
    • Can't wait for this lousy excuse for this character is killed off. Knowing Kirkman he will probably have his head cracked open by someone who he has told to "hold Lucille" or something equally predictable.

      A psychopath like that would only last until he met someone just as psychopatic as himself. Both of the loosers going out in a "blaze of glory".

        Loading editor
    • One of the best fictional antagonists ever! 

        Loading editor
    • negan reminds me of merle that makes him my all time favorite comic book character 

        Loading editor
    • How the fucking fuck have none of you fucking fuckers not fucking used fuck?? It's like that goddamned fucker Negan's favorite fucking word. Damn. 

        Loading editor
    • 99.89.38.119 wrote:
      How the fucking fuck have none of you fucking fuckers not fucking used fuck?? It's like that goddamned fucker Negan's favorite fucking word. Damn. 

      This is fucking brilliant!

        Loading editor
    • For most of the time, I thought his character was quite boring. It looked like a poor atempt to make a "new bad guy" after the Governor, like "wow, it's got to be cruel, and show more gore, OK?", kind of a sick kind of fan service and nothing else, and only shallowly similar to the former "bad guy". The latest issues, however, depicts him as someone rather intelligent and as a man with a big project. He probably is similar to Ezekiel at some degree, portraying a character for the sake of survival of his community (not only the Saviors, but all of the community). All of this, in turn, makes him more like the Governor in depth. Sadly, I never got to truly hate him, as when he was bad, it was shown as a rather stupid kind of bad, an "I'm bad because it's funny" character which doesn't really engages me in any way, and later, although I felt him like an "enemy", he doesn't really seem to be cruel without what he perceives as a true reason.

        Loading editor
    • I think Negan is a nice step up from The Governor, if for no other reason than because he has the strength to back up his antagonist status. The Governor was essentially a weak leader in the sense that he could only control through lies and deception. When he decapitated Tyreese, he returned to his camp and lied that Rick's group had executed their own man so that he could maintain control over his troops. Negan could have decapitated Tyreese in front of all the Saviors, and they would've remained subservient because he scares them.

        Loading editor
    • 88.88.227.177 wrote: Can't wait for this lousy excuse for this character is killed off. Knowing Kirkman he will probably have his head cracked open by someone who he has told to "hold Lucille" or something equally predictable.

      A psychopath like that would only last until he met someone just as psychopatic as himself. Both of the loosers going out in a "blaze of glory".

      What have you been smoking anon? Negan is not a lousy excuse for a character.

        Loading editor
    • Hershel's Leg, for quite some time it was, there was no insight. There was no character development aside from "He is the baaaaad guy, and he does baaaaad things, see? Just like the Governor! He was great, right? We need another one! Right?!" until relatively recent numbers. The only actual "development" he had was in the *how* he practices his cruelty, but other than that, we didn't have an actual character but a bad guy stereotype until short ago. At least now he seems to have some kind of plan, instead of being the random opressive raider taxing communities. That's older than time itself in post-apocalyptic settings, and even older in fantasy settings.

        Loading editor
    • Mrugiero wrote: Hershel's Leg, for quite some time it was, there was no insight. There was no character development aside from "He is the baaaaad guy, and he does baaaaad things, see? Just like the Governor! He was great, right? We need another one! Right?!" until relatively recent numbers. The only actual "development" he had was in the *how* he practices his cruelty, but other than that, we didn't have an actual character but a bad guy stereotype until short ago. At least now he seems to have some kind of plan, instead of being the random opressive raider taxing communities. That's older than time itself in post-apocalyptic settings, and even older in fantasy settings.

      That's very true, he WAS a lousy excuse for a character, but I think he can get more interesting if Kirkman doesn't kill him off. I'm sorry if I offended anyone if you think Negan is a lousy excuse for a character. I bow to your logic Mrugiero. *bows*

        Loading editor
    • I fully agree with you, Hershel's Leg, I intended my answer to be clear that *he is* becoming a better character now. I hope Kirkman doesn't kill him just when he is becoming interesting, too. Also, I can't see how thinking different than me would be offensive.

        Loading editor
    • Mrugiero wrote: I fully agree with you, Hershel's Leg, I intended my answer to be clear that *he is* becoming a better character now. I hope Kirkman doesn't kill him just when he is becoming interesting, too. Also, I can't see how thinking different than me would be offensive.

      I meant the offensive part to be directed to an anon :)

        Loading editor
    • He wasn't supposed to have an amazing development. He was a sudden threat, not  a biult up one.

        Loading editor
    • A FANDOM user
        Loading editor
Give Kudos to this message
You've given this message Kudos!
See who gave Kudos to this message
Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.