Of course, this first and last Z Games was promptly cancelled minutes later when the undead contestants immediately went for the nearest Vuvuzela player instead.
I’d watch that- from a safe distance of course!
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Why two starter pistols (that are actually revolvers)?
@cmcl Would you want to be unprepared in the event that the Z games becomes the Zpocolypse? I don’t think so.
You have something for zombies huh? :p
Why would zombies go for a vuvuzela player? I thought zombies wanted brains, not lack-of-brains.
Also, how do you train a zombie to wait in its grave until it hears a pistol shot?
So I take it the restaurant business didn’t work, huh?
A loss of a Vuvuzela-player is not a reason to call the Z Games off. It’s pure deniable proof that they make enough noise to wake/annoy the dead.
No “Without glasses guy” tag… or does the guy on the left in the first panel counts?
Unfair! It’s right in FRONT of #7!
Two starter pistols? I only see one starter pistol. Plus a loaded revolver for protection in case the contestants go for the referee! :-)
And I don’t think it matters that the brain is right in front of #7, because when I look closer, the brain seems to already be moving away from the zombies, so I guess it’s like one of those mechanical hares that they use when they race dogs. So it’s not a race to eat the brain (as I first thought), but rather just a shambling race around the track, as they’re never really supposed to catch up to the brain.
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