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June 6th, 2012, 3:17 pm

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moonjellybeans, June 6th, 2012, 3:24 pm     Reply

End of Chapter 1

And that's the end of the first chapter. There are no breaks when zombies are around!

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roemesquita, October 3rd, 2012, 9:17 am     Reply


Great Page!

moonjellybeans, October 3rd, 2012, 8:20 pm     Reply


@roemesquita: Thanks! I figured it'd be the best way to end a chapter ;)

Shieldmaiden (Guest), March 30th, 2015, 2:58 pm     Reply


Slow pace,d but that's not a bad thing. We get to see the aftermath of the apocalypse, and a bit of insight into Beth as a character. Using Humphrey as a sounding board is a clever idea to get information across without overusing thought boxes. My one question is why did she have to come back for that door later? It's puzzled me every time I've read through. If she simply couldn't get it open, why didn't she use the crowbar? But then, if she's used it as a weapon for so long, I can see how this happens. In real life, things like that happen all the time- the obvious solution simply doesn't occur to someone. Happens to everyone, even in an apocalypse.

I like how all the zombies have a different look. Everyone is unique, and that's a lot of time and detail to put into something that appears only a few pages at most. it's attention to detail like that which really makes the comic. And hello, Magnus- I like the touch of him holding his shoulder to foreshadow the bite

moonjellybeans, March 31st, 2015, 3:17 pm     Reply


@Shieldmaiden: Thank you for everything, it's so neat hearing the perspective from my readers!

To answer your question, Beth is pretty proficient in kicking down doors, and this one didn't even budge. She's really big on conserving energy where she can, so she'd rather move on to an easier room, then struggle with a difficult room.

We will be revisiting this room very soon, however >:3

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