January 11th, 2008


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Discussion (12)¬

  1. NigaiAmai Yume says:

    I love the practicality of wombats, where the resting place of the dead hold no fear or concern.
    Digger obviously hasn’t been paying attention to the logic of this place. ^-^

  2. Ali says:

    “Are there vegetables?” “No, just dead people.” “Oh, I’m cool, then.”

  3. SSpiffy says:

    “I see vegetables!”

  4. TekServer says:

    Lunatic Vegetables.

    Another good name for a band.


  5. WJS says:

    Yes, but is she actually unbothered by a graveyard, or is she just *that* relieved that it isn’t vegetables? Frankly I could go with either one.

  6. Sammi says:

    Digger has also shown a propensity for sarcasm at times. I am sure that she appreciates the possibilities involved in being in a graveyard. The practical possibilities anyway. I expect her to be on the lookout for zombies. Of course, by the logic of this comic, if she does encounter something it’ll be nothing so straightforward and pick-axable as zombies.

  7. Mark Antony says:

    The graveyard is inhabited vegetarian zombies that hunt for “GRAAAAAAAINS!”* The acolytes are constantly trying to keep them out of the vegetable garden.

    *Credit goes to Greg Dean of Real Life Comics for this one. Blame him.

  8. TekServer says:

    > vegetarian zombies that hunt for “GRAAAAAAAINS!”



  9. Murasaki says:

    Oh…its just a place where they bury dead people. Whose skins become Skins, who skin people. Awesome.

  10. Lord the 22nd says:

    Dammit Jim, it’s a graveyard, not a garden!

  11. TekServer says:

    With all the other stuff wombats encounter underground, I wonder how often they unexpectedly encounter graveyards. Probably from the wrong side.


  12. Mental Mouse says:

    A temple or church graveyard is a place specifically intended (and consecrated) such that those interred within should not rise from the grave, haunt from the living, or otherwise cause mischief.