By Nathan Olsen & Robert Olsen

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    • Either by replying to one of the ads in the back of Gravedigger’s Monthly or by ordering one of those DIY kits they sell at hobby stores.

      Just try not to get glue all over the place if you try to build your own.

  1. I didn’t know you could still request a “mail order bride”…waitaminute, that looks like the chick I made for Frank. I always wondered what happened to her. Now tell me I don’t do good work, I mean she’s really put together. Looks like she’s been working out, too.

    • T-shirts are in the works. We’re currently putting together the infrastructure necessary to start selling books and merchandise. What kind of t-shirt were you hoping for?

  2. Ha! I see what you did there. Mail Order BRIDE? EH? Get it? Made me laugh, and what can that guy possibly complain about?

    • Well, unless the poor fellow is into asphyxiophilia he may not be enjoying the situation as much as you might think.

      • I dunno. A super-hot girl is touching him. Sure, she’s an angry reanimated corpse but whatcha gonna do? I mean, no one is perfect.

        Anyway, thanks for all the great feedback Jessica — glad you enjoyed flipping through the archives. :)

    • Yay :) Jessica got the joke. Now I can quit crowing as this is the last comic that I had anything to do with. Face it, considering the booze, not too shabby.

      Great work guys :)

  3. this is what happens when you shop bargain basement ads online. you couldn’t exactly call this scratch and dent sale.

  4. I’m a bit disappointed. I just clicked on an ad for this comic; I was expecting a bit more unicorn and a bit less zombie/murder/cannibalism. The haiku’s are nice.

  5. Okay, so she’s cranky after a long trip and she may be filled with murderous rage and hate. I think he can build on that. For a reanimated undead type, she’s kind of smokin’ hot, especially for a guy like that. I’m not sure if he’ll do much better. She’s a natch to be a dominatrix, if he’s into that.

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