While Eleanor Matsuura’s Yumiko was reuniting with her long-lost brother, Eugene, Princess (Paola Lázaro) and King Ezekiel (Khary Payton) were busy breaking the Commonwealth’s rules in The Walking Dead season 11, episode 5, titled “Out of the Ashes.” Still determined to follow through with their original goal, the trio …
Why was Ezekiel the one who Princess saw take action in her hallucinations? … To deal with her guilt, she had to go through a series of emotions, and her hallucinations of her new friends helped her cope. Ezekiel was the only one who took action in her hallucinations because she feels he is a protector.
Not much is known about Ezekiel’s life prior to or as the outbreak began. It is stated in Issue 110 that Ezekiel was a zookeeper and he knew Shiva since she was born. It is speculated that he lived in or near Washington, D.C., where he states he also had a theater background.
Eighteen months after the war with the Saviors, Hilltop has been built up under the leadership of Maggie and is now the most prosperous of all the communities. Following an election, Maggie was voted in as permanent leader over Gregory who was unhappy with the result.
On their journey, the group of Eugene, Ezekiel, and Yumiko meet Princess, a survivor whose cheery attitudes masks her loneliness and insecurities. … Except —it’s not actually Ezekiel beating the guard, it’s Princess, and she hasn’t been talking to her new friends while in captivity, she’s been hallucinating.
Yumiko threatens to kill her if she doesn’t lead them to safety, which Princess considers fair. With that, she takes out her water canteen and tosses it forward to check if the way is clear. Unfortunately, the canteen detonates a mine, setting them back to square one.
According to the comics, they’re from a community known as the Commonwealth. They’re a group of interconnected towns that are around 50,000 people strong, are run by a governor, and have an army (which viewers have met) for protection and crime-fighting purposes.
Prior to the outbreak, Negan was the coach of a local high school, keeping his players in line through intimidation and bullying. He is happily married to his wife, Lucille, but nonetheless has a mistress on the side who doesn’t know he is married.
His inability to rule becomes increasingly apparent throughout his time in the comics. He is apparently overthrown by Maggie Greene as the Hilltop’s leader. … After much deliberation, Maggie decides that Gregory must be killed. He is later hanged for his attempt on Maggie’s life as the rest of the Hilltop watch.
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When Maggie rushes towards Glenn’s grave, she is attacked by a hooded and drunk Earl, who also knocks over Hershel’s stroller. Enid intervenes but gets pushed to the ground hard and is knocked out.
Hilltop was defeated, and the characters were forced to flee and seek refuge elsewhere.
The voice is named Stephanie and she and Eugene seem to enjoy flirting with each other quite a bit. Stephanie’s rules for chatting include that they only speak superficially for now and reveal no information about their respective groups, nor do they tell anyone else about their conversations.
Prior to his time with the Whisperers however, Beta was revealed to be a solitary, socially awkward, and mentally unstable individual, having apparently turned into a recluse and gone insane after his best friend died.
Beta has never been the most stable member of The Walking Dead’s cast, but hearing voices from walkers takes his menace to an entirely new level, making the villain more dangerous than ever before.
In The Walking Dead comics, the Commonwealth was pretty neutral. There were good and bad parts and good and bad people. Just like in the television show, people in the Commonwealth were separated into classes while Pamela Milton led with an authoritarian rule.
The Commonwealth’s governor is Pamela Milton. Viewers meet her midway through Season 11. The Walking Dead showrunner Angela Kang told Entertainment Weekly that viewers will gradually learn her backstory and how she comes to preside over the Commonwealth.
A group of white-armored troopers swarmed Eugene’s little crew as the episode cut to black. Since those armor designs are ripped pretty much straight from the books, fans of the comics knew immediately that these guys are from a big city called the Commonwealth — or at least that’s what showrunner Angela Kang and co.
Rick Grimes plays a major role in the comic’s Commonwealth arc as the group integrates into the community. But, there’s no Rick on the show and pretty much everyone except Judith, Daryl, and Michonne (who is also MIA) believe that he died years ago or never even knew him.
Having Yumiko lead Hilltop, officially or otherwise, will be a huge boost to The Walking Dead season 10 in terms of building new major characters, but Maggie is already confirmed to return next season.
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