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Innies and Outties Book 4: In Case of Zombie, Break Glass By Leonard M. Cachola

Vegetarian zombie Harold gets cancer in this series of strips based on real-life events. This is the unedited first cut of this story.
... Read It Now!
Joseph Morton's Review of Innies and Outties Book 4: In Case of Zombie, Break Glass
Innies and Outtis is pretty cool - you should check it out!
Clearly, Innies and Outties is one of the better strips I have seen. A decent story that makes you wanna see the next strip and decent art to boot! About the only thing negative I could say about this strip is that I would like to see some color! With Photoshop and other decent coloring programs avaliable out there, there is no excuse not to color a strip these days! Gone are the days of Bloom County / Calvin and Hobbes where you had to wait til Sunday to see a way funny colored strip! The no color defect aside I still give Innies and Outties a big, giant, humongus, in your dirty face thumbs up for good story, good art and original idea! So what are you waiting for? Go read it NOW, dummy! ... read it now!




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