He remembers Maggie is missing Glenn and apologizes. Maggie says they might be able to watch a movie, but, Hershel asks where to start it.
Maggie and Axel later decide what movie they should watch.
After leaving Woodbury, Glenn tells Rick that he would never have said anything about the prison for Maggie's safety.
When Glenn, Michonne, and Rick return to the prison and find it overrun, Glenn becomes very concerned for Maggie's safety.
She moves with her shortly after Glenn's death to the Hilltop Colony, but, in the conflict with the Saviors, she convinces the population to fight, successfully removing Gregory from power and becoming the leader of Hilltop.
Maggie was never a religious individual, often annoyed by her father's extreme religious attitude, which he was awakened to after her mother's death.
At night, she and Glenn share a discussion on the porch about relationships, and it eventually leads to the two of them having sex.
She convinces the population of Hilltop to fight against The Saviors, showing great leadership and strength. Two years after the events of "All Out War", Maggie continues to have a tight grasp on things at the Hilltop.
The residents respect Maggie as a leader and have faith in her that she will make the right decisions.
Maggie Greene is a main character first encountered in Issue 10 of Image Comics' The Walking Dead.
She is the sole surviving member of the Greene family, girlfriend-turned-wife of Glenn, and biological mother of their child, and after Carol's death she becomes the adoptive mother of Sophia.