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Sawbones By Jen Breach and Trevor Wood

The Adventures of Bones O'Brien and Sherrif Sawyer, by Jen Breach and Trev Wood, two zombies who are definitely full of life.
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Jacen Carpenter's Review of Sawbones
The adventures of Bones O'Brien and Sheriff Sawyer are sure to tickle your humerus bone and you'll end up laughing your coccyx off!

No bones about it, skeletons are cool. Whether you prefer Ray Harryhausen stop motion sword welding skeletons, three stooges slapstick Evil Dead skeletons, the Grim Reaper, Skeletor or Jack Skellington- everyone has a favourite skeleton in their closet.

And now we have Bones O'Brien (a debonaire, purple suit wearing undead dignatory) and Sheriff Sawyer (the rootin'est, tootin'est, rottin'est zombie cowboy to walk the earth) with their "de-composing-eye" view of the world around us.

The artwork is like looking at still frames from an actual cartoon, with crisp character designs and beautifully rich and colourful backgrounds.

Sawbones might only be new on the scene, but I've had the privilege of watching the characters grow over time at the Pulp Faction forums and I can tell you everyone is in for a treat with this new webcomic. Make sure you check out the 24 hour comic starring the undead duo of O'Brien and Sawyer in a retelling of Romeo and Juliet.

An odd couple mix of the undead is the backbone of great comedy! 

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