Pride is a recurring theme in The Walking Dead. It is the feeling of ones own or someone else's accomplishment and is a usually a product of praise. It is a theme seen mostly among child characters when they accomplish something.
- Rick Grimes, Lori Grimes, Hershel Greene and Alice are proud of the successful birth of Judith Grimes. (Issue 39)
- Rick praises Billy for his good shooting. (Comic Series)
- Carl Grimes is proud of killing 3 walkers on his own, while his father is unconscious. (Issue 50)
- Rick is proud of what the communities have achieved. (Comic Series)
- Pamela Milton is proud of what the Commonwealth has achieved. (Comic Series)
- Lori tells Carl that she is proud of having him as a son before her fatal cesarean (Killer Within)
- Hershel is proud of Rick trying to make peace with The Governor (Too Far Gone)
- Hannah tells her children that she is proud of them and everything they've done before sacrificing herself to the approaching walkers. (Everything Dies)
- Kenny is proud of Rebecca for giving birth to her son successfully.
- Kenny describes that he was proud when he first reunited with Clementine back at the lodge. (No Going Back)
|Abstract||Betrayal • Cliffhangers • Denial • Depression • Distrust • Discrimination • Envy • Fear • Foreshadowing • Forgiveness • Humanity • Humor • Hope • Pride • Regret • Religion • Revenge • Sacrifice • Sanity • Secrecy • Teamwork|
|Realistic||Amputations • Cannibalism • Heroism • Leadership • Nicknames • Punishment|