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Invader Zim

Invader Zim

ZIM and his filthy evil ways have been gone for what feels like years. But Dib KNOWS the alien menace will rear his head again, and he won't leave the house, or his 900 s

Filler Bunny

Filler Bunny

Status: Completed Views: 3,616 Bookmark
Genre: Comedy

Squee!

Squee!

N/a
Genre: Horror, Fantasy

Johnny the Homicidal Maniac

Johnny the Homicidal Maniac

The series begins when Squee wakes in the middle of the night to find Johnny in the bathroom of his family's new house. After a confrontation with Squee's teddy bear, Shmee, Johnny leaves, informing Squee that they are neighbors. Later, a survey-taker tries to collect Johnny's opinion on a recent rash of murders around the city. When the man asks about a possible case of vampirism, Johnny explains that he has to keep a wall in his house wet with the blood of his victims because the wall changes color as it dries (later the story changes to suggest a monster imprisoned there will break free), then pushes the surveyor forcefully through a boarded window, scaring Squee in the process. Johnny goes on a rampage with a spork in a "Taco Hell" restaurant, incited by an elderly patron referring to him as 'wacky'. Following the slaughter, Johnny watches its coverage on the news. Johnny debates Psychodoughboy and Nail Bunny on whether or not he should commit suicide, but the group gets distracted by a commercial for diarrhea medicine.

I Feel Sick

I Feel Sick

I Feel Sick is a two part full-colour miniseries written and drawn by Jhonen Vasquez and colored by Rosearik Rikki Simons. It is a spin-off of Vasquez's popular Johnny the Homicidal Maniac series, and features Devi D. dealing with the same supernatural and/or psychological forces that drove Johnny to lunacy. Originally intended as a single paperback, it was later split into two issues so as to avoid compromising the length of the story. It was published by Slave Labor Graphics and has been reprinted multiple times.

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