Hank baby you're undead
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Hank baby you're undead

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EDIT: oh wow front page! Thanks a bunch you all! this means a lot!! :)

You're fucked you got bit hank now you's a vampire...

This was another drawing from 2011 when I was still updating that Madness comic. It looked awful but I noticed today was madness day and why not. redraw this old panel for fun. I thought about updating the comic again, but drunkduck doesn't seem very relevant anymore. smackjeevs is for fags, but maybe someday. I lost the script years ago but again maybe someday. it's a fun story with hank and vampires. fucking stupid but it was fun..

Reviews


holy crap this is creepy and amazing. I love the detail and the classy black and white look, sometimes color isn't needed to show what you mean by flash just being plain and simple thats what takes true class.



This should be a creepypasta! It looks like The Rake but in Hank form. This is a very well done and sketchy art! Keep up the good work for the madness series! :D



I kinda hate it and kinda like it. I enjoy lines in multiplie directions - gives a nice feel to the drawing.



o_o Dang hank being undead don't mean you have to get all ugly. Creepy cool 5/5


linda-mota responds:

He could've been worse. Hank could end up like that fatass vampire Pearl from Blade.


Not really the Hank I wish to see, but if this would've ben a horror genre, you would've definitely nailed it!


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Sep 22, 2014 | 4:25 PM EDT
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