This issue has some extremely violent and graphic moments that may not make it on to the television show.
|Prison: Failed Teenage Suicide Pact · Decapitated Twins The Governor & Woodbury: Rick's Hand Chopped Off · Michonne Raped · Governor Tortured and Mutilated · Lori and Judith Shot To DC: Zombie Dream Negan & The Saviors: Mark's Face Ironed · Spencer Gutted Alpha & The Whisperers: Bullies Beaten by Carl · Heads on Pikes · Alpha Decapitated|
They bring the rest of the group inside the cafeteria where they eat for the first time in quite a while. But, unlike Rick's initial thought, the new survivors reveal they are inmates not guards. Dexter killed his ex-wife and her boyfriend; Andrew was a drug dealer; Axel committed armed robbery; Thomas Richards says "Tax Evasion". It is also implied that Dexter and Andrew are in a homosexual relationship. Then Dexter shows them around the prison, and they reveal they had to use the freezer as bathroom after the buckets were all filled with excrement.
The group opens the door to the gym. They see its full of zombies, but, they decide to "deal with it later". Then they go to the laundry room and find some vehicles in the garage. Rick proposes bringing the Greene Family to live with them. Rick and Dale head to the farm in the RV. Rick learns that the zombie attacks have increased since they left. Rick makes his offer to bring to the prison, and Hershel agrees to this. The group leaves for the prison, except for Otis who stayed behind to watch over the farm.
The following night, Chris and Julie are having sex, then commit to shooting each other in a suicide pact. After hearing a gunshot, Rick runs to find Tyreese hugging his dead daughter's body and Chris exclaiming that they were supposed to kill each other at the same time. Julie then suddenly turns and attempts to bite Tyreese.
- Rick Grimes
- Lori Grimes
- Carl Grimes
- Maggie Greene
- Hershel Greene
- Billy Greene
- Thomas Richards
- Last appearance of Julie. (Alive)
- Issue 14 has the first cover to not feature Rick Grimes.