Webcomic profile: The Other Grey Meat
The Other Grey Meat
No actual brains were used in the making of this comic.
Last update: 21st Aug 2014, 2:05 AM
Graphic Violence / Gore Frequent Strong Language
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The Other Grey Meat explores a world where clever zombies are capable of carrying on a reasonable argument to rationalize why they have the right to eating your brains. Expanding further on this concept, TOGM comic goes on to explain an amusing zombie hierarchical system in which the upper-level undead, in fact, appear very much alive.

Highly intelligent, and recognizing a need for order amongst the chaos, senior level zombies live in houses, have active social lives, and are gainfully employed. Some have even been able to develop makeup, prosthetics and plastic surgeries that enable them to seem as alive as possible. It is as if the apocalypse has never happened.

Because all of the human brains have already been consumed, a super-genius (who is the Top Tier Zombie) develops a brain substitute that he calls The Other Grey Meat. It satisfies the society’s craving for brains, but seems to be lacking a key ingredient. Everything is running smoothly in this living dead society when, suddenly, a human with a real brain is thrown into their midst…

Authors

Magravan
Magravan
Writer of The Other Grey Meat.
Skrael
Skrael
I r teh drawr' an' nott teh writtr'.

(Thank God, or the characters would bitch about the messy kitchen and then go and clean it.) har har har


Most recent comments left on The Other Grey Meat

Magravan
Yeah, but it is what it is. Glad CF is still up and kicking, I miss chatting with you guys occasionally.
Kyo
oh I'm sorry to hear that, I wasn't aware. That sucks
Magravan
It really was. I'm still a little sad that Fuss and Shush ended up dying on the vine. I've been debating putting up just the script pages, because Skrael and I split, so it will likely never come to fruition.
Kyo
good times
Magravan
Thanks for letting us know. I go back and try to read through it on occasion, but the comment section usually pulls me away from it, and I end up getting lost in the nostalgia :)