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"Michonne! it's Dominic. Where the hell are you? (...) Go pack your things, okay? We have to go! (...) We try to wait. We're handing to Donna's. Just... Michonne. If you're still ... just stay safe, okay. They need you."
—Dominic to Michonne over the phone in Michonne's hallucination.[src]

Dominic is a comic-adapted character who appears in the episode "What We Deserve" of Telltale Games's The Walking Dead: Michonne. He is the ex-husband of Michonne and father of Colette and Elodie.


Atlanta, Georgia

Little is known about Dominic's life before or as the outbreak began, except that he was once married to Michonne, with whom he had two daughters with and lived in a apartment.

When they divorced, Dominic maintained custody of their children. As Michonne was leaving, the two girls begged their mother to stay but Dominic insisted Michonne say goodbye and leave despite her pleas to say goodbye.


"Give No Shelter"

Dominic is mentioned briefly while Michonne is having a flashback and talking to Donna, saying that a man attacked him while he was trying to find their daughters. He is presumed dead by Donna. It is unknown what happened to him. When searching through his apartment Michonne finds blood and bandages.



"If your still ... just safe, okay. They need you."
—Dominic to Michonne over the phone (Hallucination) [src]
Dominic was married to Michonne, so it can be assumed they used to love each other. They did, however, get a divorce. Michonne has hallucinations of him (like she did her daughters), implying she may miss him as well.


"Your mother already made up her mind."
—Dominic to Colette about Michonne (Hallucination) [src]
Dominic is Colette's father so it can be assumed that they had a normal father-daughter relationship. Around the start of the apocalypse, she was with her father. Dominic told her to pack her things and that they have to leave. It can be assumed that Dominic wanted to protect her. In a hallucination he tells her to leave Michonne.


"Go pack your things, okay?"
—Dominic to his daughters (Hallucination) [src]
Dominic is Elodie's father so it can be assumed they had a normal father-daughter relationship. Around the start of the apocalypse she was with her father. It can be assumed that he protected her at all costs, as he is her father.

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Michonne Mini-Series

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Stone Mountain School BenTravisDavid
St. John's Dairy Farm TerryAndrewDannyBrenda
Save-Lots Bandits DanielleGaryDrewLindaJolene
The Railroad ChristaOmidCharles
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Rural Road RussellNate
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Bonnie's Group BonnieLelandDee
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Russian Group ArvoBurickoNatashaVitali
Wellington Edith
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