I usually take Fridays off from posting, but I just saw this on SBTB, and had to share.
Stephanie Mabey is amazing all by herself, but when her talents are paired with Maddy Ashton’s art, the results are . . . Well, here:
And they say Zombies aren’t romantic . . .
13 thoughts on “Something Grotesquely Sweet”
what a sweet song…and one that i will now carry around all day humming, trying to remember the words beyond, “i’d just want your heart…”
(i name-dropped you over at averil’s today.)
That song is seriously infectious—makes sense, considering!
(you did? runs off to check—Thanks!)
“… the passion burning in my eye…” (Singular. Fabulous.)
That may be my favorite line—the whole thing is so clever.
The cheerleader with the chainsaw, though, may be my favorite image.
Totally catchy! I love the pop culture references, of course.
Totally—and of course.
I was introduced to the loving quality of zombies by a show called Bob’s Burgers, but this takes the cake for undead romance. And it’s seriously catchy. Great share!
I haven’t seen Bob’s Burgers, but it can’t be as sweet as this one. Can it?
No, definitely not. But it is hilarious. I would strongly recommend it It’s on Netflix, if you have it.
That was oddly wonderful. And now the song is stuck in my brain (that I hope no zombie will eat).
We have been singing and humming that song since I showed it to my family.
Maybe it grants us immunity from zombie attack? Or maybe it’s a beacon—uh-oh . . .
That was the sweetest, grossest love story ever!
I know! It really shouldn’t work so well, but it totally does.