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This chapter examines the actual or attempted participation of living characters in The Walking Dead in queer modes of relationality. In the comics, Carol proposes a polyamorous marriage to Rick and Lori, and their rejection frames her request as irrational, a common rhetorical tactic of reproductive futurism. Carol ultimately commits suicide, an act of queer negation. Negan’s polygamy is misogynistic, competitive, and oppressive rather than collective and liberatory; and it contributes to his defeat. The franchise does include positive depictions of queerness in gay characters and couples. However, Eric and Denise are both killed, and Denise dies in the television show in place of heterosexual Abraham in the comics. Television-Abraham’s death is positioned as more tragic because of his recent embrace of a reproductive future.
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“Always Accountable” (season 6, episode 6, 2015)
“The Big Scary U” (season 8, episode 5, 2017)
“The First Day of the Rest of Your Life” (season 7, episode 16, 2017)
“Hostiles and Calamities” (season 7, episode 11, 2017)
“The King, the Widow, and Rick” (season 8, episode 6, 2017)
“Knots Untie” (season 6, episode 11, 2016)
“The Lost and the Plunderers” (season, episode 10, 2018)
“Not Tomorrow Yet” (season 6, episode 12, 2016)
“The Other Side” (season 7, episode 14, 2017)
“Sing Me a Song” (season 7, episode 7, 2016)
“Still Gotta Mean Something” (season 8, episode 14, 2018)
“Time for After,” (season 8, episode 7, 2017)
“Twice as Far” (season 6, episode 14, 2016)
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