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Nothing is known about A.J.'s life before or as the outbreak began.
A.J. is seen in a grocery store hiding with his mother and sister after Abraham kills multiple people, presumably survivors who harmed them. They are terrified of what Abraham has become and his mother leaves with A.J. and Becca the next day, and upon finding a car, they are attacked and devoured by walkers, later being found dead by Abraham.
This list shows the victims A.J. has killed:
- Possibly a few zombies
After A.J., his mother and his sister found an abandoned car after leaving their father by himself in the bloody grocery store, he was attacked and killed by walkers, along with his mother and sister. Later, his body is found alongside his mother and sister by their father, Abraham, after he goes looking for them.
Abraham was deeply protective of A.J., just as with the rest of his family, though there is a strong suggestion that this feeling wasn't always mutual, as A.J. was deeply disturbed after witnessing his father kill a group of men for their protection. While it is unknown whether A.J. wanted to leave his father to be with his mother when they left, Abraham's horrified reaction to his demise at the hands of walkers suggests that Abraham had a relatively positive relationship with him, nearly driving him to suicide without his constant need to protect to act as his life's purpose.
- "Self Help" (Flashback, No Lines)
- A.J. is most likely short for Abraham Jr., similar to Alvin Jr. from The Walking Dead Video Game. However, this was never confirmed.