In the world of Zombie Ranch, you find your worst enemy has become a zed. What do you do?
Me coloring page 36.
“The Last Singing Cowboy” by Lip Service
Damn you Clint, you’re not giving those important informations away easily, are you? So… I’m taking my wild guess (yeah, i know… you have forums, but thats so… pre-web 2.0 )
Is that green goo something like a glue? Or does it in some magical way move the rotten-to-the-bone limb? Is it produced by the virus itself (that would rather make it bacteria) or by the infected tissue? What effect does it have on living creatures? Is it what is being harvested off zombies?
So many questions that i dont know whether i want to know the answer to, before it’d be revealed in the comic.And I haven’t even started about the whole”horses and critters are affected another way” thing. How come? Are they still edible? If yes, why herding zombies? If not, what do people eat? (no, wait, dont answer that…. eeew!)
Something like a glue? Oh my God, it’s HORSE GLUE!
No, no, I’m not getting Dawn started on that whole thing again. But as you can see, there’s definitely tissue of some sort in dem bones. That’s all I’ll say for now.
Incidentally, this page (or one much like it) was one I cut from the original draft of Zombie Ranch for space and time reasons (when we were cramming for that sneak preview). I’ve spent months waiting for a good point to work it back into the narrative, so I suppose it’s as good a comic as any to post along with my blog about scripting.
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