This is, uh. This is one of the more outright lude jokes I’ve done. Tell me what you think. Anyway, I’m tired now and will go to bed.
[[EDIT]]: I fixed the typos.
Vote please, it will make me very happy and is good karma and shit like that.
“Her legs went on for miles…” That is an actual detective film cliche right? I’m not just pulling that out of my ass?
Sorry about last week. I got distracted with other things and, you know. But hey! Two year anniversary’s coming up next month! Don’t forget to bring presents! There’ll be a strip that day since it conveniently coincides with the awesome-looking Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2!
There’s no new incentive, because I haven’t really figured out what to do now that I’ve finished all the colorized old strips, but Vote anyway! Charity’s good for the soul!
Hey, you read that last title. It’s not a cliffhanger if you’re not left hanging. Besides, it’s been like fifty comics since we last saw Rob McCobb, and that is FAR too long a hiatus between zombie-detective plotlines if you ask me.
Forgot where we left off with Rob? Conveniently, the last comic featuring him has now been colorized as a voting incentive! It’s also the last un-colored comic for me to put up, so I’m not really sure what I’m gonna do from here on. Vote please!
Were I a true San Franciscan I’d probably have slipped a football reference into the 49th comic. Eh.
This is the last bit of overly in-depth zombie analysis for a while. Some changes coming to Kong Tower next week. I won’t say anything more, you’ll just have to wait and see.
Remember, you can vote every day to see a big, full-color image of a bunch of characters from this comic recreating the poster for Star Wars!
This one’s a few hours late. Sorry about that. I’ve been waiting to do this joke since I first came up with the storyline idea. I’m pretty happy with how it turned out.
I wish I’d realized it was International Women’s Day. Feel like kind of a dick for not giving the only female character in this comic any lines. Or a face. I’ll do better next year.
Hey look, I’ve figured out how this works!
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Everyone has something that they just do, habitually, whenever they’re bored. Some people might carry a book of sudoku puzzles. Others listen to music. And some just space out entirely. I, on the other hand, vastly overthink the (pseudo)scientific nature of pop-culture concepts. I’ve learned that I can justify almost anything with a bit of pseudoscience and a liberal misunderstanding of quantum mechanics. It’s a gift and a curse, really.
It’s a new month, so you have a whole new set of chances to Vote for Kong Tower, and support my dangerous overthinking habit.
Has anyone ever said “Not to be pedantic…” and actually meant it?
Dammit, I meant “Cerebrovorous” not “cephalovorous,” that’s also mixing greek and latin. I should really learn to script these out before I go to the computer.
Vote for Kong Tower, it’s good for your BRAAAAAAAAAIIIIIIINNNSSS!
Hopefully with this we’ll be getting back on track with weekly updates.
Honestly, I just liked the idea of my Jason Todd-esque character just flat out being a zombie.
Vote for Kong Tower to see more Zombie detectives and antiheroes. Also any of the other stuff in this comic you like.
I realize that Rob McCobb, Zombie P.I. is probably a concept worthy of its own comic, but for the time being I’m shoehorning it into this one.
This is a new storyline that’s going to take up the next several strips, and then more at an undetermined later time. I really like this character and I’ve been planing on using him since the beginning. If you don’t get the pun in the name McCobb, try saying it out loud.
Vote for Kong Tower, because a vote for me is a vote for Zombie private detectives.
[EDIT]: My sincerest apologies, but due to the computer I do my photoshopping on breaking down, there will be nothing new on Tuesday the 9th. I’ll definitely try to get something out on Friday for Deadpool, though. Somehow. Of some sort of quality.