Bethany had everything you could ask for. A condo that was (almost) paid off, a well paying job, and most importantly, a family. It all changed in a heart beat and she had to watch as her whole world crumbled around her and soon she found herself alone in a city of flesh-eating zombies.
Despite the overwhelming odds against her, Beth has managed to do what very few people have been able to do in this post-apocalyptic nation.
She has survived.
However, after coming across a young man with an unexpected trait, she finds herself torn between staying in the comfort and safety of her current routine or risking it all for the greater good of humanity.
As expected, there will be blood, guts, bodies and other unsightly dead things, you have been warned!
Interesting that so few comment. I've seen comics with smaller followings but a lot of people comment. But I've also noticed that those comics are the same ones that actively cater to their audience's tastes.
@moonjellybeans: a shotgun would help Magnus' odds too.
... come to think of it, a magazine'd shotgun would be the simplest to make from some steel pipe, stout wire, some sheet metal, nuts and bolts. well, with the nessesary hand tools anyways. ... though a break action shotgun would be easier to do.
*cough* though a polearm would also be useful for the same end.
@Xylas_Incarnum: I dunno. (sorry this is inner nitpicking emerging from the depths...) XD
There's two problems with that (though a shotgun would make ME feel better haha). One is, Magnus appears to go zombeserk anyway, so how would he get around to using it? And two, even if he did, Wormbie has already been shot straight to in forehead so forget buckshot, I'm not sure anything short of a Terminator-style meltdown would stop him.
@gimletcat: Ah, right... a melee weapon would work much better. some steel pipe rods and some multiple pipe connectors threaded together would make a decent mace... or just a wood axe or sledge hammer would also work but I think those have been picked clean... probably.