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Day of the Dead[edit | edit source]
John was a civilian helicopter pilot and an associate of Sarah Bowman and Bill McDermott. John believed that the zombie apocalypse was God's divine punishment upon humanity. John kept close to Sarah, offering her comfort in times of stress, and ready to defend her whenever necessary, even though Sarah remained the most strong-willed person at the facility. John urged them to abandon the military base and seek an escape route, which ultimately bore fruit as he was one of only three people stationed at the facility to survive once the zombies broke into the command center.
The Walking Dead[edit | edit source]
Alexandrian[edit | edit source]
John was a white male in his mid thirties living in the U.S. state of Virginia. During the years following the fall of society as a result of a zombie apocalypse, he became a member of a community called the Alexandria Safe-Zone. John was part of a munitions group that helped Eugene Porter manufacture ammunition. John handed over two full boxes of ammunition to the group's leader, Rick Grimes. (Walking Dead 115)
During an ongoing battle against another group called the Saviors, John was working in the munitions work shop when he went outside to urinate - against Eugene's sound protest. John ignored him, and was attacked by Roamers. He managed to scramble back inside, but they overtook him, ultimately devouring him. (Walking Dead 121)
Savior[edit | edit source]
John was an African American man with one eye in his apparent mid-late thirties living in the U.S. state of Virginia. During the years following the fall of society as a result of a zombie apocalypse, he aligned himself with a group called the Saviors, which was controlled by a man named Negan. He was one of the original members of the group and was often seen with a woman named Tara. John and Tara had an altercation with Paul Monroe of the Hilltop Colony, which resulted in Paul's capture. John survived the prolonged war between the Saviors and the other communities including the Alexandria Safe-Zone and the Kingdom. During this time, another Savior named Dwight switched sides, and Negan was captured. John and Tara remained at the Saviors' Sanctuary and engaged in skirmishes with Rick Grimes' group, even up until the point of the war with the Whisperers.