Awesome Walking Dead Infographic Shows Carol's Kill Count Over the Years

Monday, 01 February 2016 - 5:30PM
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Monday, 01 February 2016 - 5:30PM
Awesome Walking Dead Infographic Shows Carol's Kill Count Over the Years
When The Walking Dead began (and to some extent, for the entirety of her arc in the comics), Carol was another one-dimensional character, a perpetual victim. Over the last six years, she's become one of the breakout characters, mostly as a result of her bad-ass tendencies and her penchant for threatening small children with cookies and flowers. She's one of the deadliest characters on a show full of killers, as evidenced by this amazing infographic:

Carol Kill Count
The infographic details the number of kills (virtually zero in seasons one and two, compared to 21 in season 5) as well as the method, the type of kill, and the reasoning (for humans). My only quibble is that I don't really view preventing someone from re-animating as a "kill," per se (which means she has zero kills in the first and second seasons), but this is a great visual representation of her character development. It's amazing that she went from grieving mother after Sophia's death in season 2 to a fairly cold-blooded killer who murdered Karen and David in their sleep in the beginning of season four. 

The Walking Dead season six returns on February 14 at 9pm on AMC.

Via Comicbook.com.
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