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I would actually love them to explain this is in the show. It would be fascinating layer to Carl’s character.
Carl doing this in the comics was more justified because he was 9 or 10 and could be justified for making a stupid choice by saying “he’s a kid.” But at 14 or 15 it’s harder to justify that. At that age Carl would know better than to sneak into an enemy camp on a suicide mission in order to kill a a single person. But if they actually had Carl explain that he intended to die for the good of the community as a whole and didn’t expect to come back alive, that would be fascinating. Think of how that could tie back to his facial insecurity and his trauma, too. He’s a young teenager full of emotion going through all of this and he’s expected to give just as much of himself to the cause of survival as anyone else. If he has a tendency to harbor suicidal thoughts that would give him a layer of depth his TV version might need since he’s so often relegated to the background.
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