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Hello NEWGROUNDS!

"Zombie porn? FINALLY something good to fap fap fap to! So dim the light, sit back and have yourself a nice, good wank!" - M.B.

I made four variations of classic PLAYBOY covers as collectibles in a zombie game I had made, sadly no one had ever found them because the game was never released. The idea of a zombie porno came from a friend and fellow artist (Emma Wolf) who photographed herself at local stores dressed as a provocative zombie, she compiled the images and called the creation "Dead Girl". I guess this is my take on that idea.

Live from the Necropolis;
M.B. DeathInk

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Can you expand on that on that game idea?Judging from this the game would probably be at least decent from the look alone.

Looks alot like She Hulk to me :P
So this is a classic one eh? I haven't seen your older stuff yet, this was a good start on my journey though. :)

Back when you used to sign things with 'M.B.' :P

deathink responds:

Oh boy that is an oldie. I drew that before I was a Newgrounder!

Dude! This is awesome!

Holy shit! Found this in your "Related Stuff" section thinking, "I don't recognize this." I'm glad I clicked on it, because something about this is really fucking cool too me. It really does look like one of those cool old playboy colors that I looked at at the beginning of my horny days (A.K.A. two years ago, lol) except it has a cool twist on it. Oh yeah, and the eyes and hair are perfect.

deathink responds:

Thanks man, I actually have like 5 different playdead covers drawn, however, sadly, there are on my old hard drive which crashed last year.

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