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Maggie was one of the daughters of Hershel Greene. When Otis shot Carl Grimes by accident, Hershel helped Carl and Rick and his friends met the Greene family. At that moment, Maggie met Glenn and fell in lust with him, though they were originally simply a friends with benefits type relationship, they eventually fell in love, and after the zombie attack that took the life of Arnold and Lacey Greene, Rick and Hershel had a fight that forced Rick to continue his journey with his family. Glenn stayed at the Greene farm due to his love to Maggie and has consistently stuck by since. Later, when Rick found the prison, he managed to convince the Greene family to move with them. There the life seemed to be bearable even tough one disturbed inmatekilled Maggie's younger sisters; Rachel andSusie. Despite all the tragedy, Glenn and Maggie got married with Hershel's blessing and Maggie even thought that she wanted to have a child, just like Lori. But in a world surrounded by death, life is evanescent and futile. The Governor from Woodbury attacked the prison, where Maggie and the rest of the group were living. Dale and Andrea decided to escape before it was too late. Maggie, Glenn,Sophia and the Allen's twin children escaped with them. But Hershel and Billy Greene remained in the prison with Rick. They thought they could fight back the Governor's assault.  Maggie and the rest of the group fled to the Hershel farm, where one day Maggie and Glenn came across Rick, Michonne and Carlagain. But their happiness was suddenly turned into grief when she found out that neither his father or his brother managed to survive the attack. This tragedy cracked Maggie's mind until she decided she couldn't cope with all the death in her world any further. She decided to commit suicide, hanging herself, breaking at the same timeGlenn's heart. But Glenn couldn't give up so easy. He tried to rescue her, cutting the ropes and even trying to perform CPR. But Abraham, one of the new survivors they've found, didn't want to take a chance and tried to shot Maggie in the head. Rick threatened to do the same to Abraham if he decides to shoot Maggie and with the tension reaching dangerous levels, Maggie returned. But not as a zombie, for their friends relief, only awakening from the blackout. She gave Glenn a hug, excusing herself for her silly decision. Maggie joined the group once more. Image Comics Characters, New Survivor, Walking Dead Art, Cut The Ropes, Zombie Attack, Friends With Benefits, Carl Grimes, Her World, Comic Character
Maggie was one of the daughters of Hershel Greene. When Otis shot Carl Grimes by accident, Hershel helped Carl and Rick and his friends met the Greene family. At that moment, Maggie met Glenn and fell in lust with him, though they were originally simply a friends with benefits type relationship, they eventually fell in love, and after the zombie attack that took the life of Arnold and Lacey Greene, Rick and Hershel had a fight that forced Rick to continue his journey with his family. Glenn stayed at the Greene farm due to his love to Maggie and has consistently stuck by since. Later, when Rick found the prison, he managed to convince the Greene family to move with them. There the life seemed to be bearable even tough one disturbed inmatekilled Maggie's younger sisters; Rachel andSusie. Despite all the tragedy, Glenn and Maggie got married with Hershel's blessing and Maggie even thought that she wanted to have a child, just like Lori. But in a world surrounded by death, life is evanescent and futile. The Governor from Woodbury attacked the prison, where Maggie and the rest of the group were living. Dale and Andrea decided to escape before it was too late. Maggie, Glenn,Sophia and the Allen's twin children escaped with them. But Hershel and Billy Greene remained in the prison with Rick. They thought they could fight back the Governor's assault. Maggie and the rest of the group fled to the Hershel farm, where one day Maggie and Glenn came across Rick, Michonne and Carlagain. But their happiness was suddenly turned into grief when she found out that neither his father or his brother managed to survive the attack. This tragedy cracked Maggie's mind until she decided she couldn't cope with all the death in her world any further. She decided to commit suicide, hanging herself, breaking at the same timeGlenn's heart. But Glenn couldn't give up so easy. He tried to rescue her, cutting the ropes and even trying to perform CPR. But Abraham, one of the new survivors they've found, didn't want to take a chance and tried to shot Maggie in the head. Rick threatened to do the same to Abraham if he decides to shoot Maggie and with the tension reaching dangerous levels, Maggie returned. But not as a zombie, for their friends relief, only awakening from the blackout. She gave Glenn a hug, excusing herself for her silly decision. Maggie joined the group once more.
Carl Grimes is the son of Rick and Lori Grimes . His mother Lori, his father's partner Shane , and Carl tried to make it to Atlanta after the Zombie outbreak but could not make it into the city. The stayed at a camp on the outskirts where they were reunited with Carl's father Rick. There at the camp Carl was taught how to shoot even though he was only seven. Later he saved his Mother from a Zombie by killing it with his gun and even his father when Shane tried to murder Rick after Shane went crazy because Rick came back and ruined Shane's and Lori's affair. When the survivors began to relocate to another spot, Carl was shot by Otis and brought to the Greene farm, where they remained for some time till they were asked to leave by Hershel Greene after an argument with his Carl's father, this forced them to hit the road once again until Dale and Andreastumbled upon the prison while searching for supplies.  At the prison life for Carl began to settle down with only the minor disturbance of seeing his father Rick beat up Thomas, an inmate that killed Hershel's daughters Rachel and Susie . It was at this time that Lori gave birth to Carl's (half) sister Judith whose father is believed to have been Shane. After his father returned from trying to locate a downed chopper, and his father’s experiences at Woodbury, Carl was forced to get used to his father without the use of his right arm. When Woodbury attacked the prison, Carl was one of the few to be there till the prison fell to the Governor and his men, and barely escaped with his father. Once they had reached relative safety from the violence taking place at the prison, Carl and his father then began to mourn the death of Lori, Judith, and all those that had died, that they cared about.  While wandering the area, and after an attack by two Zombies, Carl and Rick then took refuge in an abandoned house, and after a brief encounter with another three Zombies, Carl was led under the impression that he could defend himself from now on, and even blamed his father for his mother and sister's deaths. However afterwards he realized he needed his dad still and was scared without him. When on the move again, heading back to Hershel's farm, Carl was rescued byMichonne who had also survived the prison and informs the duo that she was tracking someone from the prison. After traveling further and then reuniting with Maggie andGlenn , Carl is reunited with Sophie and the surviving members of the prison that had left prior to the Governor's second attack. One morning Carl is woken by a shot and seeing the new arrivals Abraham , Rosita and Eugenewho bring hope that society has not crumbled, Carl along with the remaining survivors and the arrivals, proceed to take the long journey, to Washington DC.  Along the journey, Rick decided to take a detour to his hometown in Kentucky, and brings Carl and Abraham along. It is during this trip that a band of road bandits attack and attempt to rape Carl, due to his father resisting them. However Rick manages to break free by biting one of the bandits, and with the help of Abraham frees Carl. Later on Carl, Rick and Abraham discuss similar situations that they had been involved in, where they committed acts of in-human violence in order to protect, which prompts Carl to talk about shooting Shane in order to save his fathers life. After visiting their hometown, and reuniting with Morgan and his zombified son Duanne, the four head to the police station in order to retrieve supplies, during this time Morgan constantly stares at Carl, remembering how Duanne used to look, the end result of a freaked out Carl. On the return trip to the interstate junction, the four encounter a Zombie herd (the largest Abraham has seen an estimated to be 2000 Zombies in size). Initially Rick tries to drive the car into the herd in order to escape, however when the car gets jammed over the mass of bodies, the survivors flee on foot in hopes of escaping. With Carl dragging behind, Abraham quickly grabs him and carries him on his back. After a failed attempt at distracting the herd, they return to the main group and flee by truck out of the area.  When they arrive at the community Carl is unable to fit in with the rest of the kids because he knows the true danger of the world outside and he has done some terrible things himself. After the No Way Out storyline Carl ends up getting accidentally shot in the face by Douglas the former leader of the community and he is left in a critical state though he is not dead. He falls in a coma but wakes up disfigured with one eye remaining after few days. He suffered some memory loss were he forgot his sister, Lori's death and shooting Billy (eventually having nightmares about the fact). Carl is frustrated because finds it hard to read with one eye which he has to clean everyday and starts being harsh on Rick by indirectly blaming him for what happened. Walking Dead Comics, Walking Dead Comic Book, Fear The Walking Dead, Comic Book Covers, Comic Books, Twd Comics, Blue Beetle, Stuff And Thangs, Image Comics
Carl Grimes is the son of Rick and Lori Grimes . His mother Lori, his father's partner Shane , and Carl tried to make it to Atlanta after the Zombie outbreak but could not make it into the city. The stayed at a camp on the outskirts where they were reunited with Carl's father Rick. There at the camp Carl was taught how to shoot even though he was only seven. Later he saved his Mother from a Zombie by killing it with his gun and even his father when Shane tried to murder Rick after Shane went crazy because Rick came back and ruined Shane's and Lori's affair. When the survivors began to relocate to another spot, Carl was shot by Otis and brought to the Greene farm, where they remained for some time till they were asked to leave by Hershel Greene after an argument with his Carl's father, this forced them to hit the road once again until Dale and Andreastumbled upon the prison while searching for supplies. At the prison life for Carl began to settle down with only the minor disturbance of seeing his father Rick beat up Thomas, an inmate that killed Hershel's daughters Rachel and Susie . It was at this time that Lori gave birth to Carl's (half) sister Judith whose father is believed to have been Shane. After his father returned from trying to locate a downed chopper, and his father’s experiences at Woodbury, Carl was forced to get used to his father without the use of his right arm. When Woodbury attacked the prison, Carl was one of the few to be there till the prison fell to the Governor and his men, and barely escaped with his father. Once they had reached relative safety from the violence taking place at the prison, Carl and his father then began to mourn the death of Lori, Judith, and all those that had died, that they cared about. While wandering the area, and after an attack by two Zombies, Carl and Rick then took refuge in an abandoned house, and after a brief encounter with another three Zombies, Carl was led under the impression that he could defend himself from now on, and even blamed his father for his mother and sister's deaths. However afterwards he realized he needed his dad still and was scared without him. When on the move again, heading back to Hershel's farm, Carl was rescued byMichonne who had also survived the prison and informs the duo that she was tracking someone from the prison. After traveling further and then reuniting with Maggie andGlenn , Carl is reunited with Sophie and the surviving members of the prison that had left prior to the Governor's second attack. One morning Carl is woken by a shot and seeing the new arrivals Abraham , Rosita and Eugenewho bring hope that society has not crumbled, Carl along with the remaining survivors and the arrivals, proceed to take the long journey, to Washington DC. Along the journey, Rick decided to take a detour to his hometown in Kentucky, and brings Carl and Abraham along. It is during this trip that a band of road bandits attack and attempt to rape Carl, due to his father resisting them. However Rick manages to break free by biting one of the bandits, and with the help of Abraham frees Carl. Later on Carl, Rick and Abraham discuss similar situations that they had been involved in, where they committed acts of in-human violence in order to protect, which prompts Carl to talk about shooting Shane in order to save his fathers life. After visiting their hometown, and reuniting with Morgan and his zombified son Duanne, the four head to the police station in order to retrieve supplies, during this time Morgan constantly stares at Carl, remembering how Duanne used to look, the end result of a freaked out Carl. On the return trip to the interstate junction, the four encounter a Zombie herd (the largest Abraham has seen an estimated to be 2000 Zombies in size). Initially Rick tries to drive the car into the herd in order to escape, however when the car gets jammed over the mass of bodies, the survivors flee on foot in hopes of escaping. With Carl dragging behind, Abraham quickly grabs him and carries him on his back. After a failed attempt at distracting the herd, they return to the main group and flee by truck out of the area. When they arrive at the community Carl is unable to fit in with the rest of the kids because he knows the true danger of the world outside and he has done some terrible things himself. After the No Way Out storyline Carl ends up getting accidentally shot in the face by Douglas the former leader of the community and he is left in a critical state though he is not dead. He falls in a coma but wakes up disfigured with one eye remaining after few days. He suffered some memory loss were he forgot his sister, Lori's death and shooting Billy (eventually having nightmares about the fact). Carl is frustrated because finds it hard to read with one eye which he has to clean everyday and starts being harsh on Rick by indirectly blaming him for what happened.
Jack The Ripper: The late 1880s had seen an influx of immigration into London, especially into the East End, which included Whitechapel. This influx led to a drastic worsening both of economic opportunities and of housing availability. A distinct and desperately poor underclass began to develop, and many women began to turn to prostitution in order to support themselves and their families. Tension in the region also increased exponentially as the city approached 1888, especially racial tension. Attacks against women grew more and more frequent, which makes it difficult to determine which victims were killed by Jack and which were killed by gangs, clients, or lovers.  The Murders  Eleven women lost their lives in similar ways at around the same time, and have been connected with the case at various times. However, those who study the Ripper case traditionally narrow his victims to five, commonly referred to as the "canonical five", who were murdered between late August and early November of 1888. The first, Mary Ann Nichols, was found on August 31st in Buck's Row with her throat cut and abdomen mutilated. The second, Annie Chapman, was found on September 8th at 29 Hanbury Street, with similar injuries and her uterus missing. The third and fourth, Elizabeth Stride and Catherine Eddowes, were found on the same day, September 30th, and were the victims of the so-called "double event". Both had slit throats, but Stride was not mutilated, possibly because her killer had been interrupted. Consequently, Eddowes sustained far more mutilation, especially to her face. The fifth and final canonical victim, Mary Jane Kelly, was found in her room at 13 Miller's Court on November 9th. Of all the victims she was the most severely mutilated.  Other Victims  It has been suggested at various times that the Ripper killed as many as 13 other women in addition to the canonical five. Many of these connections were probably made by overzealous newspaper writers who were seeking to increase readership. Indeed, at least one victim, called "Fairy Fay", appears to have been invented altogether. Most of these other victims were not considered by police officials at the time to be victims, and of those that were the nature of their killing was sufficiently different to suggest that they were not the victims of the same killer. Two victims, Annie Millwood and Ada Wilson, survived, and the motive in the Wilson case seemed to be robbery; Emma Smith was attacked by several men and raped; Martha Tabram was stabbed but not mutilated, and appeared to have had intercourse with her killer; two others, the Whitehall Mystery and the Pinchin St Murder, were dismembered and beheaded; Annie Farmer appeared to have inflicted her wound herself to hide her thievery; another, Rose Mylett, was simply strangled and may not have been murdered at all; Elizabeth Jackson was found dismembered and is unconnected to the case aside from contemporary speculation; Alice Mackenzie was stabbed twice in the neck but did not have her throat slit; Frances Coles had her throat slit but the weapon was blunt, not sharp like the Ripper's knife; Carrie Brown was killed in America, and little is known of her wounds, but 1891 was several years past the canonical victims and seems like a long cooling off period for a lust murderer like the Ripper. Overall, none of the supposed victims can be conclusively proven to be victims of Jack the Ripper, though speculation during and after the crimes was rife. Probably the fact that they were ascribed to him at all was because of the Ripper hysteria that gripped London and the world at the time.  Modus Operandi  Many of the Ripper's supposed victims can be eliminated based on an analysis of his modus operandi, the way in which he committed his murders. Each of the canonical five was killed early in the morning of a day falling around the weekend, and also around the beginning or end of a month. His kills were characterized by deep throat slashes that often went to the vertebrae, mutilation of the abdomen and genitalia, removal of internal organs, and facial mutilation that progressed along with the murders. The Ripper is noted to have grown progressively more violent as the murders progressed, staring with simple abdominal mutilation in the case of Mary Ann Nichols, and finishing with the extreme mutilation of Mary Jane Kelly's entire body. He used a sharp knife, probably one that was thin and long, between 6 and 8 inches.  It is believed that before he killed his victims he would strangle them to unconsciousness, then lower them to the ground. From there he would sit or crouch on their right side and begin his cut on the left, directing the spurt of blood away from himself. He would perform his mutilations while on the right side of the body, while straddling it, or possibly while at her feet, which would seem to be corroborated by the fact that many of the victims had their legs pushed up. It was believed that the Ripper had some degree of surgical or anatomical knowledge, as he often took an internal organ as a trophy. Though the Ripper was almost certainly a sexual killer, he never had intercourse with or raped his victims, and never masturbated at the scene. Mary Jane Kelly, Image Comics Characters, Who Is Jack, Famous Serial Killers, Crime, London Tours, The Secret Book, Walking Tour, Comic Character
Jack The Ripper: The late 1880s had seen an influx of immigration into London, especially into the East End, which included Whitechapel. This influx led to a drastic worsening both of economic opportunities and of housing availability. A distinct and desperately poor underclass began to develop, and many women began to turn to prostitution in order to support themselves and their families. Tension in the region also increased exponentially as the city approached 1888, especially racial tension. Attacks against women grew more and more frequent, which makes it difficult to determine which victims were killed by Jack and which were killed by gangs, clients, or lovers. The Murders Eleven women lost their lives in similar ways at around the same time, and have been connected with the case at various times. However, those who study the Ripper case traditionally narrow his victims to five, commonly referred to as the "canonical five", who were murdered between late August and early November of 1888. The first, Mary Ann Nichols, was found on August 31st in Buck's Row with her throat cut and abdomen mutilated. The second, Annie Chapman, was found on September 8th at 29 Hanbury Street, with similar injuries and her uterus missing. The third and fourth, Elizabeth Stride and Catherine Eddowes, were found on the same day, September 30th, and were the victims of the so-called "double event". Both had slit throats, but Stride was not mutilated, possibly because her killer had been interrupted. Consequently, Eddowes sustained far more mutilation, especially to her face. The fifth and final canonical victim, Mary Jane Kelly, was found in her room at 13 Miller's Court on November 9th. Of all the victims she was the most severely mutilated. Other Victims It has been suggested at various times that the Ripper killed as many as 13 other women in addition to the canonical five. Many of these connections were probably made by overzealous newspaper writers who were seeking to increase readership. Indeed, at least one victim, called "Fairy Fay", appears to have been invented altogether. Most of these other victims were not considered by police officials at the time to be victims, and of those that were the nature of their killing was sufficiently different to suggest that they were not the victims of the same killer. Two victims, Annie Millwood and Ada Wilson, survived, and the motive in the Wilson case seemed to be robbery; Emma Smith was attacked by several men and raped; Martha Tabram was stabbed but not mutilated, and appeared to have had intercourse with her killer; two others, the Whitehall Mystery and the Pinchin St Murder, were dismembered and beheaded; Annie Farmer appeared to have inflicted her wound herself to hide her thievery; another, Rose Mylett, was simply strangled and may not have been murdered at all; Elizabeth Jackson was found dismembered and is unconnected to the case aside from contemporary speculation; Alice Mackenzie was stabbed twice in the neck but did not have her throat slit; Frances Coles had her throat slit but the weapon was blunt, not sharp like the Ripper's knife; Carrie Brown was killed in America, and little is known of her wounds, but 1891 was several years past the canonical victims and seems like a long cooling off period for a lust murderer like the Ripper. Overall, none of the supposed victims can be conclusively proven to be victims of Jack the Ripper, though speculation during and after the crimes was rife. Probably the fact that they were ascribed to him at all was because of the Ripper hysteria that gripped London and the world at the time. Modus Operandi Many of the Ripper's supposed victims can be eliminated based on an analysis of his modus operandi, the way in which he committed his murders. Each of the canonical five was killed early in the morning of a day falling around the weekend, and also around the beginning or end of a month. His kills were characterized by deep throat slashes that often went to the vertebrae, mutilation of the abdomen and genitalia, removal of internal organs, and facial mutilation that progressed along with the murders. The Ripper is noted to have grown progressively more violent as the murders progressed, staring with simple abdominal mutilation in the case of Mary Ann Nichols, and finishing with the extreme mutilation of Mary Jane Kelly's entire body. He used a sharp knife, probably one that was thin and long, between 6 and 8 inches. It is believed that before he killed his victims he would strangle them to unconsciousness, then lower them to the ground. From there he would sit or crouch on their right side and begin his cut on the left, directing the spurt of blood away from himself. He would perform his mutilations while on the right side of the body, while straddling it, or possibly while at her feet, which would seem to be corroborated by the fact that many of the victims had their legs pushed up. It was believed that the Ripper had some degree of surgical or anatomical knowledge, as he often took an internal organ as a trophy. Though the Ripper was almost certainly a sexual killer, he never had intercourse with or raped his victims, and never masturbated at the scene.
Spawn was once a man named Al Simmons, a highly trained assassin and was considered the best. He was a well known soldier who was at his most successful point when he saved the President from an attempted assassination. He was promoted to a higher level of the C.I.A. that dealt with the things the Government had kept secret from the general public. However, Al soon realized that the Government wasn't always right and started questioning if they were truly correct in their actions. This caught the attention of people in high power.  Jason Wynn who had long since been his superior found out about this and knew that Al knew too much. So he hired Chapel who was Al's friend and partner to kill him. In a blazing inferno Al Simmons was murdered and his soul was sent to Hell because he had knowingly killed innocents in his C.I.A. days.   Al Simmons in Hell Al made a deal to sell his soul to a Demonic Being known as " Malebolgia" to get to see his wife Wanda Fitzgerald once again. He was allowed to come back however he came back five years later as some kind of strange Hellspawn with no memory of what he had done. After remembering what he had done, he sought out his wife only to find she had moved on and married his best friend, Terry Fitzgerald and had even had a child named Cyan.  It was after this event that his demonic guide the Violator whom appeared as a clown showed up. He revealed to Spawn the purpose of his life and fought him but had his battle interrupted by Malebolgia. Now realizing his purpose he must fight to survive against both the forces of Heaven and Hell. Marvel Comics, Spawn Comics, Bd Comics, Anime Comics, Marvel Art, Marvel Avengers, Comic Book Characters, Comic Book Heroes, Comic Character
Spawn was once a man named Al Simmons, a highly trained assassin and was considered the best. He was a well known soldier who was at his most successful point when he saved the President from an attempted assassination. He was promoted to a higher level of the C.I.A. that dealt with the things the Government had kept secret from the general public. However, Al soon realized that the Government wasn't always right and started questioning if they were truly correct in their actions. This caught the attention of people in high power. Jason Wynn who had long since been his superior found out about this and knew that Al knew too much. So he hired Chapel who was Al's friend and partner to kill him. In a blazing inferno Al Simmons was murdered and his soul was sent to Hell because he had knowingly killed innocents in his C.I.A. days. Al Simmons in Hell Al made a deal to sell his soul to a Demonic Being known as " Malebolgia" to get to see his wife Wanda Fitzgerald once again. He was allowed to come back however he came back five years later as some kind of strange Hellspawn with no memory of what he had done. After remembering what he had done, he sought out his wife only to find she had moved on and married his best friend, Terry Fitzgerald and had even had a child named Cyan. It was after this event that his demonic guide the Violator whom appeared as a clown showed up. He revealed to Spawn the purpose of his life and fought him but had his battle interrupted by Malebolgia. Now realizing his purpose he must fight to survive against both the forces of Heaven and Hell.