Carl Grimes is the deuteragonist first encountered in Issue 2 of Image Comics’ The Walking Dead.
He is the son of Rick and Lori and the brother or half-brother of Judith Grimes.
He has also had to adapt to the new world which Rick was reluctant for him to do, but has done so with as much brutality and animosity as him.
Does Carl Grimes die in The Walking Dead comics?
Carl Grimes (very much not killed in the comics’ version of “All-Out War,” unlike his live-action counterpart) is a grown man with a wife (Sophia, very much not killed in the comics’ version of the Greene family farm storyline) and a daughter, fittingly named Andrea.
Is Carl Grimes alive in the comics?
When it was discovered that Carl was going to be killed off after the season 8 midseason finale, fans were upset by the loss of the character, which is a significant departure from the comics, where Carl is still alive and takes on more of a leadership role as Rick ages.
Are The Walking Dead comics good?
Very good. Much more violent than the series. The graphics are really good. And the series follows the comics to a certain degree but there are many differences and certain characters that were killed off seasons ago are still alive and well in the comics.
How old is Carl Grimes?
With an rounded up estimate of 3.5 years passing since The Walking Dead began paired with the 10- to 12-year-old, the assumption is Carl Grimes age sits between the age of 13 and 17 on the AMC series. The Walking Dead comics laid out the timeline trajectory for the TV series, though there are a few deviations.