The Walking Dead: Michonne fits the same visual style that was so well-established back in the first season of the Telltale game series. This look does a great job of conveying the comic-book feel of the source material, and given that this particular set of episodes so closely follows a major character from the comics, getting the correct look and feel of The Walking Dead is all the more important. So, of course, Michonne herself looks like her graphic novel counterpart, but the characters and world around her also capture that same style.
Telltale has always done a great job of capturing the look of the source material, but they don't slack off when it comes to the audio aspects of their games either. Michonne is voiced by Samira Wiley (Orange is the New Black), and while it would have been great to hear Danai Gurira play the same role she does in The Walking Dead TV Series, Wiley does an excellent job of taking over the part. What is great is that Wiley isn't trying to do an impression of Gurira as Michonne, but instead making the part her own. In a way, this helps to remind players that The Walking Dead games are more closely tied to the graphic novels than they are the AMC TV series.