Morbius: Re-Morbed
This morbin’ time, let’s get things right.
Last update: 10 days ago, 11:22 AM
Graphic Violence / Gore Sexual Situations Occasional Strong Language
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Doctor Michael Morbius is one of the most genius minds in the world. He’s made so many advancements in medicine that the world at large has become a better one thanks to him. However, he’s a total recluse, so nobody has ever been able to come in contact with him since he started being a scientist. Could it have to do with a mysterious experiment he’s been working on ever since he entered the field? Could it have to do with a long lost love? Or could it be that he’s simply going mad? Whatever the case, things are about to get completely and utterly Morbed.
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A rewrite of the 2022 trashfire that was Morbius. The movie was a trainwreck BUT some ideas in there were so interesting that I just had to rewrite the whole thing so that those ideas could stand out more. You’re welcome.

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neilpert
neilpert
You can call me Neppy, my three favorite things in this world are wrestling, horror movies, and Metallica.
And my three favorite husbandos in this world are The Undertaker, Michael Myers, and James Hetfield.


Most recent comments left on Morbius: Re-Morbed

neilpert
Happy Turkey Day, guys! I decided to draw Martine and Michael as MST3K-style robots because the MST3K marathon is objectively the best part of Turkey Day (to me, at least). Oh, yeah, and I did kind of spoil that my version of Martine is a lesbian, but who cares, she’s already got more personality than the original.
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neilpert
Thank you!
Jaycee Storm
Drawing backgrounds are quite tedious, but yours turned out very well, so the effort you put into it was fully worth it.
neilpert
Dear god, does drawing backgrounds make me want to tear my hair out. My comic page drawing experience be so fine, then boom, background layer.
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neilpert
Each chapter/act of this comic is going to have a cover with an image related to the events of that chapter/act on it. Can you guess what this one represents? It’ll come easier to those who have seen the movie.
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