One of the categories The Governor is placed under is that of a 'pedophile'. Any reference to this? Might this be comic related?
Appears in the comic's version the little zombie girl he keeps is his undead niece, not his daughter. No idea he does it for pedo-/necrophiliac reasons. Could be, the comics version is a lot less charismatic than the TV series version.
Brings me to yet another idea. There should be two articles about the Governor. One about the comic book versio and one about the TV Series version. Might take a while to split this article, though.
2 things you mentioned have been consolidated into Perverts due ongoing category in Villains Wiki just to keep things simplified & to avoid mass confusion. You're welcome. Have a nice day. :-) - Best regards B1bl1kal Don't cha judge me! 16:59, September 25, 2016 (UTC)
the trivia is right the governor in the TV series seemed to be more of a tragic villain rather than a complete monster like in the comics until he remorselessly kills hershel greene Bgerard957 (talk) 08:38, February 16, 2017 (UTC)Bgerard957
Now listen... ¿¡AREN'T COMPLETE MONSTERS SUPPOSED NOT TO BE IN LOVE VILLAINS?! ¿¡ HOW CAN YOU BE SO HYPOCRITICAL?! ¡THE ONLY THING COMPLETE MONSTERS FEEL ABOUT "LOVE" IS POSSESSIVENESS, PERVERSION AND OBSESION!Donkeykongcountry1994 (talk) 17:46, February 27, 2017 (UTC)
Try not to scream. Their are two versions on this page: One of which is the comics where he is a Complete Monster and the TV show version which is not one. From what I remember the TV show version started to love someone sincerely. Jester of chaos (talk) 17:50, February 27, 2017 (UTC)