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posted by colin at 9:33 PM - permanent link
So, I can't think of a way to fix this zombie apocalypse, story-wise. Anyone have any ideas?
Well, if the Devil didn't authorize the zombie apocalypse...maybe Jesus did? Or maybe the Big JC made a mistake in causing it and fixed it?
The zombies could just be actors filming a horror movie on a different floor of the building. The office workers would have killed actual people, thus leading to their arrests/court dates/etc.
Now, with additional sound effects!
Maybe the good fairy comes by and waves her sparkly magic wand over the cut up bodies and they rise and become Neo-Cons? That's what my 4 year old daughter thinks should happen. She loves your comic!
fuck consistency, unless that's the joke."and now for something completely different..."
1. Maybe aliens could abduct them? Looking for a master race messiah thing?2. Vampires. They probably dont like the whole undead-competition thing.Long time reader, first time poster. Thats all I have, but I'm not sure if either are really patheticinc quality.
I say put 'em to work in the typing pool or something. Having armies of the undead working there can't be any worse than having psychokinetic baboons working there.
Option 1: Have the CEO order them all back to work. Lunch break's over, folks. Besides, Zombies don't have a good union, what are they gonna do about it?Option 2: Bring forth the moustache from its secret and safe location, and let its Ark-like power (absorbed perhaps, from being stored next to said Ark. Or from Coriander-flavored wax.) drive the zombies forth from the land, restoring all interesting characters back to normal. Option 3: All zombies report to casting for Pirates of the Caribbean 2!
If you wanted to go the character revival route, Satan didn't authorize it, so maybe him or God could fix it by making all the dead people dead again, and the ones that got killed by the zombies come back. Cubicle guy comes back because he got mixed up in the paperwork.
Who repaired The Picachu Conundrum? Who didn't authorize this D&D caused zombie outbreak? I'm waiting for the second big Deus-Ex-Machina, er, Divine Intervention, er, hmm. I know, let's start counting the number of times the Devil saves the day! Another comic first!
I think Toast has a great idea, above: Krrrrrep as some kind of zombie curative, repellent or something.
I think a totally awesome mustache could solve everyone's problems here.-Marisa
There's gotta be a D&D way to stop an undead horde.-D1000
Your copyright is so last year in that outfit. Claire
i called my mother a pussy for crying during one of our arguments yesterday. i bout laughed my ass off when someone mentioned i should have told he that i was an FBI agent. YES i have been drinking.yarmoney.
Shaun and Liz escape from the cellar on the automated platform and are ready to fight for their lives when the army arrives to obliterate the zombie masses with guns and big trucks. Or something.
A preacher comes to town and everyone burns their wicked D&D books in an outdoor barbecue and prayer rally. Maybe the zombies commit suicide because the D&D books that created them are gone? They can't go on without D&D. That shows how wicked D&D is. The preacher is really El Diablo wearing a mask.
Bah! What is this, like, update-once-a-week-type-webcomic or what?! GIVE US MORE!!!
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