Prologue: 001 – 002 – 003 – 004
Act One: 005 – 006 – 007 – 008 – 009 – 010 – 011 – 012 – 013 – 014 – 015 – 016 – 017 – 018 – 019 – 020 – 021 – 022
Milton Binder controls a small para-military group he’s dubbed “The Rude Mechanicals” after one of his favorite Shakespeare comedies, A Midsummer’s Night Dream.
‘The Rude Mechanicals” famously performed the play within the play called Pyramus and Thisbe.
We at the Intelligence Cleaner Agency have found them to be aptly named.
I’ve always wondered how those masks stretch with the expression of someone’s face.
I’ve also just realised your Shakespeare references. This latest title was a clever one…
I, however, still have yet to figure out what the heck is going on with the Zombies and Janitors and unpaid overtime.
All in good time, Wolf. Can’t very well reveal that all yet.
I will say you might want to shake the Zombie=Janitor… a pending declassified article about the nature of Binder’s experiments may help clear that up.
Helmet mustaches. heh.
Another fantastic page guys! Dan, the dark BG definitely works in the last panel! Great stuff
I see that guards these days lack the proper English sentence structure. If they weren’t so busy I could see his boss slapping him across the face saying: “Is that how you use a pronoun? Is it? Get out of my sight you make me sick!” Although I guess you can only hope for so much in a public school system.
These janitors aren’t only escaping they are striking as well. I mean overtime in this economy? Well I’m sure they’ll get whats coming to them.
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