Awkward Zombie, a video game themed webcomic by Katie Tiedrich. It often makes reference to video game culture thus sometimes requiring a bit of video game literacy. The comic is non-sequential, with no main characters or plotlines, and can be read out of order. There are gag-a-day parodies of ridiculous situations that could occur in video game worlds such as The Legend of Zelda, Pokémon, World of Warcraft, Red Dead Redemption, the Metal Gear series, and others, but some include the author herself as a character. Generally, except for limited strips, the title does not suggest a persistent pattern of recurring zombie lore.
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It's like when you go to France and find out everyone in France is really into baguettes, to the point where all conversation inevitably arrives at baguettes. It makes communication...
I think I might know what the system is.
It's a rough world out there.
I dunno, man, I'm just not really comfortable sticking my head into mysterious spore clouds these days.
Remember: The fight isn't over until the music stops being cool.
It's always time for poetry.
It's not unusual for a sequel to find a way to reset the protagonist's power level, and I don't have a problem with Horizon One Dawn casually hand-waving the subject. I do find it difficult,...
My friend Mike wrote this comic. It is about available options.
I'm sorry for using my friend as a projectile, but, in my defense, he was inside my throwin' ball.
In their defense, from their perspective, this is only the first time they've thought of this.
None whatsoever! None whatsoever.
Reach for the stars, dude.
Finding a satchel on the ground is usually immediately followed by finding whatever punched it off of your colleague.
This comic was written by Omnithea. It is about great expectations.
Honestly, the Hisuian people have a point? Pokemon socialization should be considered a serious public health issue.
You can't see it, but there's half an open bottle of red wine in his other hand.
I really love thinking about when Pokemon training was first being invented. I dunno, guys! Go crazy out there!
You better appreciate that hat, too, because I was using it to perceive things.
Tall grass is truly the great equalizer.