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I remember there being a topic on this ages ago but I really hate how Robert Kirkman completely changed Lily's backstory when Telltale had it covered in the video game. Having Lily in the video game was great after reading the comics and my favourite part of the game is in Episode 3 outside of the RV and that whole sequence, and where I realised that Lee's (my) actions led her to what she did and I left her on the side of the road. That was a great moment as it made me think that if the meatlocker situation was handled differently, she never would have ended up in Woodbury and Lori and the baby from the comics could still be alive.
I know that choices don't really matter but from what I did (sided with Kenny in the meatlocker and kind of regretted it) it all made sense. But now it's kind of messed up since in Road to Woodbury (I haven't actually read it, just seen things on the Walking Dead Wikipedia) Kirkman completely changed her backstory including her dad's name and the way he died, even though it is quite clear video game Lily is the same Lily at Woodbury. I really don't understand why Kirkman wouldn't just leave it, from the look of her backstory in Road to Woodbury, Telltale did it so much better anyway. I know it doesn't really matter too much, but things like this bother me.
Has Robert Kirkman ever talked about this? He could have still made Road to Woodbury but made it occur after she seperated from the group (I am sure there is some way he could get past the RV thing, since she would have had to abandon it anyway and either way would have ended up walking on the road), and had her mention Larry. What do you guys think about it?
Edit: Wasn't sure if this should be in the Spoiler section or not, since that is mostly discussing Episode 4 and Episode 3 did come out quite a while ago.