So, Tapastic

posted by G.T. Lewis on 29th Nov 2015, 10:34 PM

Well, I sure dropped the ball on this one! I'd like to say I have a good excuse for not writing this up sooner, but the honest truth is, I got back into World of Warcraft and totally forgot! Sorry about that.

Now, let's get right to the point. As you may have read, Zombiegirl will not be updating here on Mondays anymore. Instead, our updates have been moved to Wednesday. I understand this may seem odd, but hear me out. Our Monday updates have been moved to Tapastic primarily because Tapastic allows me to easily use Zombiegirl as a source of income.

I'm not going to give you some story about how I'm on the verge of being homeless or how I have hospital bills to pay or some such, because quite frankly, that isn't true. The simple fact of the matter is that I've wanted to monetize this for a while now. I simply need the income to reach a larger audience and help Zombiegirl grow. The Patreon is on hold for reasons I cannot in good conscience get into without consulting those involved. However, rest assured that I will not be removing Zombiegirl from ComicFury any time soon. This is an adustment to the schedule, not a build up to removal.

If you want to help me out and don't mind some ads, you can find Zombiegirl on Tapastic every Monday. Otherwise, you can continue reading here without ads. I won't hold it against you.

Technical Difficulties

posted by G.T. Lewis on 20th Sep 2015, 3:01 AM

Misfortune befalls us!


I was informed earlier that there may be no proper comic update this Monday! Ony's tablet and her backup tablet have apparently been throwing fits lately! Hopefully this puts us out for no longer than just this week.

Zombies everywhere!

posted by G.T. Lewis on 16th Mar 2015, 7:53 PM

Recently, a young landy by the name of HapyCow subscribed to Zombiegirl. I've seen her on the forums a few times and I thought her icon was adorable, so I figured there couldn't be any harm in checking her profile. That's when I found Abby Normal.

I love anything that portrays zombies as anything other than mindless brain-eaters, so naturally, I love this comic. The art is fantastic, the characters are adorable, and the writing (although occasionally cheesy) seems pretty decent. Amnesia stories are kind of overdone, so having an entire main cast brought together by the fact that all of them have no memory is a bit of a turn-off. Thankfully, that's easily overlooked in favor of everything else.

I think Abby might be my favorite character, but that's because she seems to be the most fleshed out and consistent. Benedict is definitely a close second, though. That being said, I think Petunia might be the most interesting. A zombie and a brain in a jar are curious in their own right, but I can't wait to see what she's doing with Petunia.

Part of me kinda hopes Petunia turns out to be some kinda supervillain who was lying the whole time... "It was all a clever ruse, zombie! You're mine now!" But I like drama, ha.

I like potential love triangle, though. That's cute.

That's all I got for now...

'Kay, bye.

Zombiegirl's on Tumblr!

posted by G.T. Lewis on 8th Mar 2015, 11:04 AM

We'll be doing some design changes over the next while (mostly trying to decide on a background color or a better layout.) Mostly what I intend to do with this is give previews for the upcoming strips, give the fanartists their due props, and answer questions. So keep an eye on this thing!


posted by G.T. Lewis on 13th Feb 2015, 1:32 AM

I love comics. I have a new comic to mention here!

Two, actually, but one isn't a thing anymore, which is unfortunate.

The first is Walter Malone, which I was pleased have read through but somewhat disappointed to see taken off the site, apparently, within a few days. Full of fruit puns, which I  think are pretty skookum. "Arcrumb Asylum fro the Crimnally Whole Grain," ha...

The other is a comic by a fellow by the name of Amalockh1 called Armless Amy.

The best way I can describe it is a post-apocalypitc horror show featuring a little girl and her cat.

It's pretty creepy and gross, which I love. I especially like Amos. He's an unnerving kinda guy, but that just makes him cooler, honestly... Really looking forward to seeing what happens with him.

Eustace is a close second, I guess. I like his mask.

'Kay, bye.

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