Hey, check out this comic strip. Also, be sure to read all the other comics where someone dies.
And them in some years Earth becomes a crowded with immortal people and animals. Extreme hunger makes people resource to caniballism. The zombie apocalypse was not created by a mortal virus but by the lack of death.
It’s cool, though, since you can’t die of hunger anyway, so aside from the initial growing pains and the psychopaths are sealed away in concrete slabs, the solution to hunger comes quickly. The pharmaceutical industry invents a way to produce painkillers from solar-produced chlorophyll farms and everyone lies dormant for eternity in the orgastic pleasure of a dopamine rush.
Except that the nutrients will accumulate on animals that never die instead of returning to the soil/water with decomposition. We will have to fertilize the soil/waters with iron, manganese, phosfates, etc while the planet gets covered by immortal insects
That is not dead which can eternal lie.
And with strange aeons even death may die.
- Abdul Alhazred
I love this quote as much as the other Lovecraft fan, but I don’t think it works here. This verse refers to specific demigod like creatures slumbering in the depths (not just Cthulhu)
i’m thinking about discwirld: mortality bites…
Well this won’t bite back in any way :D http://www.cracked.com/article_18708_5-reasons-immortality-would-be-worse-than-death.html
Oh and also this, just for something a bit more funny: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A_a6RjR_AHY (Warning! Slightly NSFW, and deeply Catholic persons may find it offensive – although I doubt there would be much of those reading this comic)
I’ve heard the idea before where death dies, but never here, on Earth, while we’re all still in our mortal coils and before something big and supernatural happens.
What an emotive comic! I like it!
Haha! This is hilarious! I love how the elderly couple and presumably sick guy are celebrating at Death’s grave. XD
is that Nixon as a priest?
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