I don’t really get what he’s saying in the second panel, or what he’s getting at overall. Weren’t their pain receptors dead to begin with? If not, is he saying the coke has something to do with it? And if that’s the case, what does TY gain from that?
He felt the punch back near the beginning of the comic.
Yeah, but Bacon didn’t seem to feel anything, like his thumb coming off or his eye coming out, and he was surprised when the gunshot to his arm hurt.
Well that and the fact that the embalming fluid hurt at the beginning sort of says that he did, and bacon prly didnt hurt because his nerve endings were mostly dead due to lack of embalming fluid
I think he means TY lied to them about these special properties of coke, because, in contrary to usage of embalming fluid, his body keeps rotting. They are probably doing that to keep zombies thinking TY is helping them, so there is no reason to start a riot.
That still doesn’t explain what they gain from rotting them in the first place.
Nor does it explain how this is related to feral zombies suddenly showing up. I’m just not seeing the connections he’s trying to make here.
I suppose the best way to answer these questions is this:
This is James’ theory, not necessarily what’s going on. He senses something’s fishy and is trying to rationalize it. How right he is, you’ll have to wait and see to find out…
But still, even if it’s just a hypothesis, and not what’s really going on, I don’t see how he thinks it explains feral zombies showing up. O.o
what he’s saying is, TY is researching zombies, and needs fresh ones. The diet coke stuff is SLOWING the rotting, and probably keeping them pacified a bit. But eventually they WILL go feral, and when they do, TY has a special place they keep them. They released the ten ferals in order to cause a panic, create new zombies, allowing them to snag the ones there already, and any new ones, giving them more test subjects.
Hehe… ‘Die OF CO.’ Did you do that on purpose?
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