Horn-dog video clerk who idolizes an 80s porn star. Misguided in his enthusiasm, and not the sharpest tool in the shed, he wishes life were more like a Captain Hammer film, where every woman is a lesbian looking for a threesome with a dude. When his fantasy turns into a nightmare, his darkest secret may turn out to be the one thing that can save the world.
Young lesbian still trying to find herself. Average looks and not successful with the ladies. Strongly believes that lesbians are not interested in male gonads. She will constantly try to talk sense into Ace, and she may develop an ulcer while doing it.
They say they want your cock. But when you find out why, you’ll be sorely disappointed.
Ace’s best friend. Normally this would be the best day of his life, since his girlfriend just agreed to have a threesome with him and some chick from craigslist. Normally.
Old dude who works at the video store.
He’s big man on campus at the local PD.
She comes from outer space, and she will turn your girlfriend into a man-eating lesbian.
He’s the high school gym teacher, and he has a love for the same 80s porn as Ace. Rumors that he installed cameras in the girl’s locker room remain unsubstantiated.
Steve & Larry
Two bros on a mission. This zombie apocalypse is the best thing to ever happen to them.
80s porn star who combined lo-fi space opera with big-bust girl-on-girl action. If you haven’t heard of him, you were probably born in the 90s. (And if you were born in the 2000s, you shouldn’t be reading this.)
Jave Galt-Miller – Writer/Creator
Jave is a New Jersey transplant to La-La land. Introduced to trashy war novels at a young age where the guy always bangs the girl(s), and heartbroken in high school by a bi-chick who went full lesbian, he knows what it means to be turned on by femme-femme action. After a year of working in post production at Lifetime, and then another year at OWN, Jave did what any sane male wordsmith would do after being subjected to so much estrogen on a daily basis: he wrote a comic about lesbian zombies.
Wayne A. Brown – Artist
Raised in Baltimore, Wayne wanted to be a comic book artist since high school. He is inspired b the work of Arthur Adams, Marc Sylvestri, Todd Mcfarlane, Wally Wood and Jack Kirby, among others. He created and illustrated the web comic Weepin’ Willows as well as the acclaimed Comic Monster Mafi. He has illustrated numerous works, including Signed C: the missing for Wayward Raven Media. Married with four children, his days of chasing lesbo strange are behind him.