There are a few changes from the comcis to the tv series, but a lot of things have stayed intact. Thus, I knew what was coming with Amy, but that did not lessen the impact the scene had (the acting by the lady playing Andrea was superb), especially since there were a lot more deaths in this scene than in the comics, when there weren't as many survivors as here in the show. Now we know why there were those other unnamed survivors in the group, like the older black couple, an older man and a few others, just so the show can really make a serious statement that, yes, people will die here. Though something tells me nobody'll bat an eye at Ed being gone, that's one less jerk we have to see, but we'll have to see how it affects Carol and Sophia. The whole thing with the guys who took Glenn taking care of older folks was never in the comics, but it was kinda cute.
I don't consider this as spoilers, but to those of you who have not read the comics, I decided to tell who is and isn't from the comics. The characters from the comic who are also present in the show are Rick, Lori, Carl, Shane, Glenn, Dale, Jim, Andrea, Amy, Carol, Sophia, Morgan and Duane. The characters that are exclusive to the tv show are Merle, his brother Daryl, T-Dog, Jacqui, Carol's husband Ed (only mentioned in passing in the comics), Morales, his wife Miranda and children Eliza and Louis (also worth noting that Morgan's wife was never mentioned in the comics). The fact that these nine characters were not in the comic means that I don't know what their eventual fate (excluding Ed's because we saw what happened to him) will be and that definitely ups the tension, especially considering that I knew Amy would die in this attack.
Should also note that the only srvivors from the comic that didn't make it to the show are a family of four who were with the main group of survivors there. They were a man named Allen, his wife Donna, and twin sons Ben and Billy (younger than Carl and Sophia). I ponder if Morales and his family will be their tv counterparts, but then also noticed that Jacqui's comments during the laundry about the tasks that the people in camp carry out, it was very similar to comments made by Donna in the comics, she was the vocal one about men doing the hunting and the women doing the laundry and stuff like that. Overall, that just helps up my curiosity and keep me coming back for more.