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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I need all the sodas in this machine for some very important business that you simply would not understand. Please stop asking.
I bet we can fill the big tar pit in the middle of the country with microplastics, too! If we make all the apocalypse scenarios fight eachother, maybe they'll forget about us.
Hello and welcome to me getting absolutely roasted by a baby.
Plus all the cigarettes and used needles were up on top of the refrigerator, where I can't reach.
This is another comic written by Norrin. It is about a man.
I swear I drew this comic before Alan Wake Remastered got announced earlier this month -- it's good news for both of...
This is a comic that was written by Norrin, who knows a thing or two about leaving a critter to a terrible fate.
Like many real-life animals, some Pokemon were only intended to be viewed from the side.
I can relate to every Persona protagonist ever, because if I do more than one thing every twelve hours my will disintegrate too.
Yes, this high-powered rifle is explicitly designed to punch through walls, but I put a microchip into it that says it's non-lethal damage now, so don't worry about it.
It's a lot of fun hurling the Bureau's huge battery cubes around with telekinesis to solve puzzles, but I have to wonder how the non-telekinetic people who designed them expected to be able to use...
We're going to need to hire more children.
Every's just jealous that Sam has figured out the secret to coming out on top in the Like-based economy.
Honestly, for a city with a bunch of kids who unknowingly have invisible switches on their bodies that summon huge robots from out of the sky, things could have gone a lot worse than they did.
Nature's awe-inspiring majesty means nothing to me if I don't get any points for experiencing it.
Professor Mirror has always wondered where wild Pokemon buy food.
Setting someone on fire with your mind in Cyberpunk 2077 is explicitly considered a non-lethal attack, so in my defense the rules are unclear.
The Oldest House is just shy, and, like all of us, struggles with the mortifying ordeal of being known.
The truth is that Professor Mirror filled up the research camera's memory with Meowth pictures and is too sentimental to delete them.
On the other hand, the fish in Tartarus must have done some really messed up fish crimes.