Episode 95

Zombie Cliché Lookout:
The stunned silence and awkward conversation following a sudden, inappropriate act is a staple of not just genre fiction, but life in general. Too often we are gobsmacked by the sudden and inexplicable actions of a person we thought we knew, and find ourselves struggling to account for it while keeping up outward appearances. The results are often less than convincing as we stumble over small talk and polite social maneuvers while racking our brains to justify or at least explain what we just witnessed.

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ChoseStudios

I’m guessing He’s looking out a window and He’s seeing The Zombies trying to get in?

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Calicade

Best way to get through this kind of situation is to just get going to get shit done, but as I can still remember. These were average people that weren’t prepared for this kind of life style. Where allowing something to get to you could possible be a few more days taken off your life expectancy. Making that person another Statistic on another persons Rifle. (If you catch my drift)

As one can see that he is staring at the Zombie he had just killed not in Pride, Honor, or Pursuit of looking bad ass. But instead you can easily tell the emotions rage like a Rhino on Steroids being taunted by a cocky Wilder beast. (Lol) But hes going to bottle it because of that slight sense of being out-casted by the group not by what they directly say but their physical distance and how she doesn’t address Sam directly. Some eyes meet in similar thought and this is a Fore shadow. GOOD JOB DAVE, I caught almost all of your subtle hints as well as your clear as day I believe.

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Dave

I haven’t had a chance to check it out yet, but I’ve got it bookmarked for when I get a little spare time. It looks pretty awesome.

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ChoseStudios

I’m thinking of making a Web comic, would you mind If I have Stewart as a Guest star? or Maybe Murphy or Sam?

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ChoseStudios

The strip will be a lot different, The strip will be about Minifigures waking up to find the person who makes the Webcomic has Dissipeared, mean the have to fight for themselves, but there is a Evil force trying to take over The Webcomic Universe.

That Flash of light is where The Author dissipears.

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Dave

I got most of them from Bricklink. I bought about 25 of the Harry Potter Troll heads, and four or five Darth Vader faces back when this comic was still in the planning phase.

I also managed to get my hands on six of the collectable zombie figs LEGO put out, thanks to Lich Barrister of Ye Olde Lego-Time Theatre

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Dave

Hey Chose,
If I could offer a bit of advice: don’t go on haitus. Slow down your production schedule, maybe start with one strip a week (that’s what I did) until you can do more. Starting and stopping is going to make getting an audience really, really tough.

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Jackson

Thanks for the advice I’m just trying to get to aleast 50 issues FAST so I can get Into the BCN, you know? Get more traffic On my site.

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