There’s that Zombie Bird! See his other appearances here, here, here, here, and here.
That’s an awesome balcony. 🙂
Perfect for a little grill and a wet bar!
Now that’s what I call a birdhouse! 🙂
Love it. Very clever!
Thanks Tom. You can see Zombie Bird‘s first appearance here.
I know a couple of people who would buy that birdhouse. I’ve often wondered if the type of bird houses you put out determine the type of birds that live there, that and should you allow the birds to sublet.
Why build a stuffy old bird nest when you can live in luxury? Birds of a feather flock in the same gated community together.
Bill, Zombie Bird first appeared here. I’ve added links to the post so you can check out his other appearances.
I think you might have a new business there
I should advertise in all the bird papers!
What’s the rent like on bird house like that?
(Great work Mark!)
I think it’s one soul a month, but you’d have to ask. Thanks, Brian!
Hahaha! That’s great! I want that Zombie bird! 🙂
You’ll never have a dull moment with that magpie around!
Oh, I want a poster of this!
That’s a very nice compliment, Stephen! Makes the effort I put into it worth it – thanks!
lol, Zombie Bird’s gut….
Um, those are beads, Hatch. Probably made ’em too intestiny looking though, lol.
Oh I was referring to his little pot belly!! Don’t worry. Your beads are fantastic!
Thank gosh. I thought my eyes were going screwy, lol. Don’t mind me, I often misinterpret comments!
Appreciate it, Mike, glad you like it!
Although I love them all, I would personally love to stay in that last house. It’s got a funky vibe to it that I like. 🙂
There’s nothing funkier than living in a human skull, is there?
Now THAT is a sweet home by anyone’s standards
Especially by zuvembie bird standards, Gruhn!
I think that last bird and house might explain why my car is target practice! #Really
You should never hang a bird house on your car antennae, Jynksie!
Wow, that’s a great house! ZB looks like he feels right at home! 🙂
Only the best for Zombie Bird!
You would make SO MUCH MONEY mass-producing those.
Even more if I could include a Zombie Bird with every purchase!
If I were a bird, I’d go for the cool spooky one 😉
It’s more than a bird house, it’s a lifestyle!
At least he’s not going to be worried about sparrows moving in and stealing his spot!
Sparrows, no. Buzzards, maybe…
He’s baaaack. He’s got a nice place there. Looks like a birdy episode of Cribs going on here.
You should see the jacuzzi room and arcade!
That Zombie Bird is one bad mother – Shut yo mouth! – I’m just talking about Zombie Bird. – Then we can dig it!
Feather Shaft! I can dig it!
Glad you like it, Julian!
I guess the carved pumpkin house just doesn’t last very long.
If only that was a carved pumpkin!
I’m really impressed these wordless comics. There so much your able to say with only images. You sir, are a master craftsman! 🙂
I love making silent strips, but they are a real challenge. They either work or don’t, and you have to make every line count. Thanks very much for your wonderful words, that is very kind of you to say! Really glad you like them!
That second house looks the scariest.
Like something out of a bad 70s TV show…
What kind of beast provides a jaw like that?
Not sure, but I bet they can’t drink with a straw!
That’s a perfect house for a killer Halloween party.
Trick or Tweet!
I’m not sure I want to know how he made that house!
I agree with Eternal Tortoise! The wordless strips, and overall color scheme is awesome!
Thanks so much, master artist Miguel!
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