On my first attempt to draw this comic, the female character was, in a word, ugly. A flat chest and no butt, along with prominent cheekbones (which ended up looking more like wrinkles), rendered her a most uncharming character. When I finally got it right, she was a little too attractive. Needless to say, I’ve since spent some alone time with her.
In website news, you can now search our vast comic database for that dialogue you loved ages ago. Try it out, if you’d like, in the archive.
Maybe you’ve noticed that every comic has had a random character show up and chime in with his two cents, but never before was that character a zombie. Zombies make everything better. Actually, they usually make everything much worse, but here, better all the way. I think we’ll reuse this zombie-version-of-dead-person gimmick again. In fact I know we will, and it’s in the next comic. Come Wednesday and cross your fingers; maybe your favorite historical figure will be zombified.
Maybe he’ll be riding an old-timey bicycle.
In case you were worried, our website has not developed cancer. We’re just fiddling with how the layout deals with annoying wide panels. There’s an even better solution in the pipeline, but it might take some development. For now, enjoy the tumors. It doesn’t look great, but it’s better than what was there before.