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    • CommentAuthorShan
    • CommentTimeFeb 9th 2014 edited
     (11268.41)
    @ VoteForDuvall

    My guess is that most people (Crossed or not) are quietly (or not so quietly) dying off screen. At most, we've seen a few thousand people (crowd scenes included) out of more than 60 million for the whole of the UK.

    Also, I'm thinking that the writers aren't factoring every epidemiological population factor into how they plot their narrative out because it would make for a less interesting story all up, if you want to be really boring and technical, there's never been a disease* in the history of the world that would behave like this, nor will there be for a number of reasons - but it would make for a less interesting story probably.

    *edit: I meant the Crossed virus (I'm thinking for now it's probably a virus)
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      CommentAuthorkzootron
    • CommentTimeFeb 9th 2014
     (11268.42)
    LMAO! Gatekeeper/keymaster. Funniest shit ever. Im sure mors meant gamekeeper but it was still fucking funny
    • CommentAuthorShan
    • CommentTimeFeb 9th 2014
     (11268.43)
    Whenever life unexpectedly gives you lemons, it is duty bound of all good citizens to make the best lemonade possible.
    • CommentAuthorgragh46
    • CommentTimeFeb 13th 2014
     (11268.44)
    licking the envelope a smart crossed gave you, probably from the makers of "infected bullets in a box". Darwin award of sorts, I'd say. Question is, was Teresa the one who made this trap so Shaky would become a crossed and they could be together, or someone else in her group who tried to sabotage her plans for him?
    • CommentAuthorblighty
    • CommentTimeFeb 13th 2014
     (11268.45)
    @gragh I think the most likely thing is what you said: Turn Shaky and she won't have to bother with all the rest. But for Shaky being a lucky lucky cunt, it would have worked.
    • CommentAuthorVulcan
    • CommentTimeFeb 13th 2014 edited
     (11268.46)
    The outboard motor for the speedboat is in the wooden boat with Skip when he returns at the beginning of the comic, but isn't in the boat for the retelling of their departure. It's later shown mounted on the speedboat when they try to speed away in the motorized wooden boat after his wife gets speared by a crossed.

    I'm guessing an art error or there was a change in the story where the art wasn't fully redacted to reflect the change. If not and things are drawn as intended, Skip has some explaining to do.
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    Ah- an art error, well spotted!

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