In the first comic book collection composed by Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard’s illustration, the account of Rick Grimes and his partners is generally told continuously, from the Atlanta days to the Alexandria days, and even through the war against Negan and the Saviors. At that point, something jolting happens: in the 127th issue of the arrangement, the story abruptly jumps forward quite a while, uncovering an Alexandria Safe Zone that genuinely satisfies its name.
Between the Hilltop, the Kingdom and different asylums, Rick has figured out how to realize his vision for a more secure future. He’s effectively composed a system of groups cooperating in amicability, getting out walkers and making safe streets between the different mixes. Finally, it would seem that human advancement is making a rebound, so obviously, everything goes to damnation in a hand crate soon after the story lifts go down. So, a couple of years of peace in the zombie end of the world is nothing to grunt at, regardless of the possibility that it occurs off screen.