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Random 'Walking Dead' TV Characters Who Are Most Different From Their Comic Book Counterparts

    Tyreese Williams

    Tyreese Williams

    [ranking: 8]

    Aaron

    Aaron

    [ranking: 16]
    Comics Aaron: He pretty much has the same role in the comics as recruiter for Alexandria. He and Eric are also together.
    TV Aaron: So far, they appear to be pretty similar. And he'll probably react the same way if someone kills Eric.

    Hershel Greene

    Hershel Greene

    [ranking: 11]
    Comics Hershel: Hershel is the same man of faith and conflict as in the TV show, at first believing that a cure is coming, until a massive walker herd overtakes the farm. He dies on his knees when the Governor shoots him in the head.
    TV Hershel: Hershel is the moral center of the group as he was in the comics and still dies by the Governor??s hand, only he??s beheaded with Michonne??s katana as Rick and the crew watch in horror. The brilliant Scott Wilson was perfect to play the beloved character from the comic. Both the paper and TV deaths were met with shock.
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    Daryl Dixon

    Daryl Dixon

    [ranking: 1]
    Comics Daryl: He's Tyreese. 
    TV Daryl: Hot as Georgia asphalt and moodier than Beyonc????s hair in Lemonade.
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    Eugene Porter

    Eugene Porter

    [ranking: 10]
    Comics Eugene: Eugene and his mullet pull off the scientist lie for a while before he confesses to only being a science teacher and that there is no cure in D.C. Eugene has to make himself useful and does, coming up with the idea of planting sorghum and making bullets for the community. He is also married to Rosita. 
    TV Eugene: The business in the front/party in the back hairstyle and his scientist secret stayed the same. Eugene has creepily watched Rosita and Abraham do it, but if Abraham gets his head bashed in and/or stays with Sasha, Eugene might have a shot. 

    Heath

    Heath

    [ranking: 12]
    Comics Heath: Heath is more of a presence in the comics simply because the format allows it. He is with Denise and is a solid member of Alexandria. He loses a leg after Denise sacrifices herself to save him.
    TV Heath: Heath??s story has yet to evolve in any significant way. He may take on more of a role once the gang gets away from Negan. If they can get away from Negan, that is.

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SPOILERS: If you’re caught up in the comics and the TV series, you’ll be fine. If not, hold the prison/abandoned house phone. Get caught up and come back and join us for a total TWD nerd list.  
 
Ah, it’s time for Walking Dead character comparisons, one of those ongoing pastimes of fans far and wide. The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman is the man caught between two worlds: his original comic books series and his roles as executive producer and writer on the TV series.  
 
Kirkman gave the world a collection of rich characters in the bleak and exciting back drop of a zombie apocalypse. In the comics, Kirkman is judge, jury, and executioner along with Charlie Adlard, Tony Moore, and Cliff Rathburn.  
 
For the TV series, Kirkman must work with showrunner Scott Gimple and a cadre of writers. Since the TV series started with Frank Darabont before the hand off to Gimple and Kirkman, the characters have gone through various transformations, dipping away from or melding with other characters in the comics. In the case of the Dixon brothers, they didn’t exist in the pages of Kirkman’s comics and were created by Frank Darabont, Charles Eglee, and Jack LoGiudice.  
 
Walking Dead character appearance is not just about resembling the comics, but finding actors who can handle the action, story content, heat, bugs, and grueling hours that the series requires of its cast. For example, comic book Rick and TV series Rick vibe the same but look different. However, Andrew Lincoln has proven that he IS Rick by now, although he's gotten to keep his hand... so far. But Coral sure got his eye shot out just like in the comic series. Ouch, buddy. 
 
The Walking Dead casting directors, Sharon Bialy and Sherry Thomas (along with Gohar Gazazyan), have done a wonderful job keeping pace with the screen counterparts, added characters, character amalgams, and other alterations. It can’t be an easy job, but when comic fans saw Michonne emerge from the darkness, there were genuine chills.  
 
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