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|The Road to Woodbury|
The Walking Dead: The Road to Woodbury is the second novel by Robert Kirkman and Jay Bonansinga, out October 16, 2012. It is a sequel to the Rise of the Governor. In a recent interview Robert Kirkman said "it's going to be a direct sequel to Rise of the Governor. We're going to meet new characters as they come to Woodbury and see how Woodbury is founded, and how the Governor continues to grow as a character. It all takes place before we met the Governor in the comic book series, and there's a lot more story to tell with that guy. We'll also look at others, Lilly is going to be another focus. It's going to be fun to explore those characters again."
The plot is divided into two parts with several chapters each; each part chronicling the origin of Lilly and how she came to be at Woodbury.
Part 1: Red Day RisingEdit
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Part 2: This Is How The World EndsEdit
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Main Group Mentioned FamilyEdit
- Bruce Allan Cooper
- Gabriel Harris
- Caesar Martinez
- Alice Warren
- Calvin Deets
- Dean Gorman
- Johnny Pruitt
National Guard SoldiersEdit
- Raylene Hamilton
- Brenda Stookey
- Everett Ray Caul
- Sarah Bingham
- Chad Bingham
- Elmer K.
- Trey Barker
- Scott Moon
- Joshua Lee Hamilton
- Megan Lafferty
- Tommy Zorn
- Lilly is featured on the cover of the novel.
- The novel focuses on Lilly and how her character develops as she gets to and lives in Woodbury.
- During the events of the novel, there is a massive storm that hits Georgia which is told to be worse than any historically recent hurricane to hit the area. This hurricane is never mentioned in the comics.
- In some copies of the book there is a publishing error. Pages 217-248 are bound into the book twice. When you finish reading page 248 the first time, you find the next page to be page 217 again. The next 32 pages are a repeat of 217-248 and then the book continues on with page 249 through the end.
- ↑ The Walking Dead: The Road To Woodbury Novel Out Oct. 16th, Comic Book News, (April 02, 2012).
- ↑ Graphic Novel Friday: Interview with Robert Kirkman