Never open Pandora’s Box.
The mini-guy on the chair in the back is a nice touch.
Hang on, if the anti-gravity one wore off eventually, then wouldn’t he revert back to normal within a day or so (well, hopefully)?
Simply gorgeous artwork—I’m completely captivated.
Didn’t notice his face at first
And somewhere, the man who had finally invented a potion to woo the Vogon of his dreams was looking sadly at the suitcase full of clothes.
I find it more likely he’s thinking of all the effort put into sneaking it on the plan and thinking suddenly “What will my home planet think will I come home with THIS?!”
I’d like to see a continuation of this sequence
All I can say is; thank god it’s in black and white (and blue-ish grey)
anyone notice the fetus coming out of the giant mouth?
By help, he means kill, right?
I like how there are potions that not only alter his physical appearance, but apparently one can rip a hole in the fabric of space. nice touch, don’t normally see that in your everyday alchemical mixture
Wow. He DID become a monster! Nice!
The most horrifying thing about this indescribable body horror is that there are parts of him that are still recognizably human.
“The Empire has a legion of loyal soldiers that are in endless supply.“
I might have to to a higher resolution version come October.
I resurrected this one with some minor revisions and decided to make a key identifying the source of my favorite un-dead / zombie art inspirations.
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