And now Rosy Palm and her five sisters won’t have anything to do with him ether. Poor Lovecraft. On the plus side she saved him from going blind. That’s good…. Right?
And now I need to sleep.
Posts Tagged ‘zombie romance’
My daughter was watching “Lady and the Tramp” and my broken brain immediately turned that lovely heart touching scene of burgeoning love and turned it into something dark. Dark and wrong.
It’s what I do.
Zombie Nibble – Jesse Rhodes What do you do when the smok’n hot girl you have convinced to date you gets turned into a zombie? Do you give up?… Hell no!
Attractive women willing to give you the time of day is a rare find for nerdy guys, you can’t let a silly thing like the zombie apocalypse separate you too. I like the story behind “Zombie Nibble” and I salute the dedication Bob brings to the relationship despite overwhelming adversity. Sadly at the end you give in and decide you join your beloved in her zombie state, but she was a pretty cute zombie so we’ll forgive you.
Also I think at this point I have to acknowledge that I may have a slightly unhealthy fascination with zombie love stories. Weird elements of a doomed romance, global tragedy, and a dash of comedy to make it all more palatable are oddly compelling for me. I can’t help it.
About this awesome zombie video
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This is a zombie love story. After their first kiss, Kaylee is bitten and is now a zombie. Bob, still human, is trying to date Kaylee.
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Proof positive even zombification can’t keep a manly man down. Manly Jim rises from the dead and rekindles his love affair.
Good going Manly Jim.
….Also the alternative title for this comic was going to be “Zombie Cock Block” but I decided to be slightly less crude.
Zombie Relationships are probably my favorite subject.
For years and years vampires (zombies less smelly cousins) have been having no problems getting girlfriends by the bucket load to fall in love with them. Meanwhile the humble zombie has a hard time just getting a date. This is patently unfair, and also painfully similar to my highschool dating career.
It’s just my opinion that zombie relationships have a lot to offer. For one thing having a zombie boyfriend or girlfriend is great because you can be sure that they will love you for your brains as well as your body. Little known fact zombies are incredibly loyal. Most importantly and never to be underestimated, zombie are relentless.
That means that they have incredible stamina, and if you don’t think that that’s important then you sir, are a damned liar!
Recently I’ve been commissioned to do several portraits of couples as zombies, this gives me great hope that people are becoming more accepting of zombie relationships in general and are also bowing to the inevitability of the coming zombie apocalypse as well.
It’s one of those, if you can’t beat them (and you can’t) then you join them things.
Incidently since I have Lovecraft’s zombie ex-wife more in the strip how is everyone liking her redesign? Above you can see and earlier version of how I used to draw her.
I think I need to practice drawing her facial expressions more, when I draw women I tend to draw the faces too stiffly. I should do a character expression sheet for each of my comic characters as well as some turn around illustrations so I know what they look like from all angles.
Check back in the future for more on zombie relationships as well as hopefully better drawn characters.
I thought this fan made movie was pretty cool. All the things that are good in life, “The Walking Dead,” zombie musicians, and zombie romance. What’s not to love?
Have you ever wondered how AMC’s The Walking Dead would act on Valentine’s day?
Zombies Have feelings too, you know!
A zombie ex-wife is way more scary than a live one because it combines the relentless endurance of the zombie with the terrifying cannibalistic evil of an ex-wife. The combination is so potent it has been known to drive lesser men to madness.
I’ve been looking for a way to bring Lovecraft’s ex-wife Sheila back into the comic. I’ve given her character a slight art upgrade, but I assure you she is still very very dangerous.
This is where I always feel compelled to put a disclaimer.
To my own e-wife’s legal team:
The zombie character Sheila is in no way based on your client. Any behavior similar to that allegedly perpetrated by your client is entirely coincidental.
For example if the character Sheila should say try to kill her ex-husband by throwing a snow globe at his head it would be purely coincidental to the time your client tried to kill me by throwing a snow globe at my head. Also when Sheila hears crazy voices that tell her to do things…. painful erratic things, this should also be considered coincidental to your own client’s inner voices making her do painful erratic bahavior.
There is no need to sue me or get litigious in any way. Besides I don’t have any money anyway.