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|Continuity:||The Walking Dead|
|Known relatives:||Maggie Greene (wife)|
|Died:||2012 (Comics)  |
2016 (TV series)
|Introduction:||The Walking Dead #2 |
|Final:||The Walking Dead #100 |
"The Day Will Come When You Won't Be"
Glenn is a supporting character featured in the critically-acclaimed comic book series The Walking Dead by Image Comics. He first appeared in the second issue of the series. The character was also featured in the 2010 television series adaptation, The Walking Dead. Played by actor Steven Yeun, he first appeared in the series pilot episode "Days Gone Bye".
Biography[edit | edit source]
Glenn was a teenage survivor living in Atlanta, Georgia during the zombie apocalypse. He was the first to come across Kentucky police officer Rick Grimes, who had only narrowly escaped being eaten by a horde of zombies. Glenn showed Rick how to avoid the zombies by leaping across the rooftops of the lower-end buildings in the city. He brought him to a small camp of survivors that lived on the outskirts of town. 
Notes & Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The character of Glenn was created by writer Robert Kirkman.
Highlights[edit | edit source]
- "Thank You": Believed to have died after being overwhelmed by walkers.
- "Heads Up": Revealed to be alive.
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References[edit | edit source]
- Comic series only. Glenn is twenty-four years old at the time of his death in publishing year 2012.
- This database assumes that the events of The Walking Dead comic book series takes place in the same era in which the issue was released.
- First comic book appearance.
- First television appearance.
- Comic series only.
- The Walking Dead #2
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