Episode 31

About this Episode:
Clark is named after two important American explorers: William Clark, who explored the Lousiana purchase along with Meriwether Lewis and Sacajawea; and Clark W. Griswald, who mapped an overland route to Wally World in National Lampoon’s Vacation.

Also, when I originally created the comic, there were eight frames per page. Since moving to this new format things have divided up pretty well, with the occasionally exception. This is one of those exceptions. The rest of this train of thought will be continued next week.

Zombie Cliché Lookout:
All is forgiven and our potential enemies shake hands and become friends. There’s no sense worrying about other people when the world is full of flesh-eating abominations, right?

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Lich Barrister

I’m guessing that betrayal and revenge rarely factor into zombie tropes, then? After all, it’s got to be hard to negotiate being a turncoat with the undead… and there’s usually enough horror without the twist of a backstab, right?

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Dave

Not necessarily. There are often betrayers within the group. And zombie films are generally quick to point out that humans are still the biggest monsters.

Of course in World War Z there were people who psychologically snapped and tried to side with the zombies. That was always one of the more interesting twists in the book,

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