Murdo’s having a bad day. Val seems to be nicer now since hearing Sullivan’s name.
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“Wonder what heâ€™s gonna say on the next page. Iâ€™ll find out next time it updates though wonâ€™t I?”
Sorry, no! New scene (s) on next page.
SPOILERS BELOW THIS POINT
(Minor spoiler which I’ve said a few times before, but not in a while: Murdo will end this story as a vampire, and it’s a good bet that he’s thinking about that scenario in the last panel of this page!)
I’m must say I’m quite disappointed with Murdo. Becoming a vampire now is the stupidest idea ever: One more blood-drinking vampire, and one less blood-giving human?! (and a healthy one, even!) Men really lose their mind when it comes to a sexy girl. He should be sending her useless pretty ass far away right now, not asking her to transform him. Stupid guy.
His family’s all dead and now all that’s left is trying to save the rest of the town, especially the kids, and being a vampire makes him a million times stronger, which will help him to protect the rest of the humans. He’s smart enough to know that with the tiny amount of humans left, the human race will be done for anyway before long, not enough to properly repopulate the species, so now the only goal is to give these last humans as good a life as possible, keep them alive as long as possible, and he thinks that becoming a vampire will help that cause, give him more strength to save them. He also is just so depressed that he has no hope for himself as a human anymore, considering suicide, of course, but decides he has to stick it out and see what happens to the rest of the town, to the kids, and help them as much as he can.
“Men really lose their mind when it comes to a sexy girl.”
Has nothing to do with that. He hates her now, but it takes a vampire to make another vampire, so he’s asking her, probably since he thinks Math wouldn’t agree to it.
She’s actually not faking it, by the way. She’s genuinely feeling quite horrible and guilty, mostly because she knows now that all of this (world ending) is pretty much her fault (several other reasons too, though).
I just thought of something… would the vampires be able to drink the blood from say hospitals thats are in coolers? what about all of the blood around the world that has been saved from other people giving blood? wouldn’t that be enough to last them along time. So even though that has nothing to do with the story line and in the long run the humans would give them more blood i’m putting it out there that the vampires should also be securing that blood to as well as the humans. in case all the humans die they can still beat all the zombies.
also how many vampires are there alive in worlds right now? haven’t seen that many yet and I’m not sure if a specific number has been put out there yet.
“would the vampires be able to drink the blood from say hospitals thats are in coolers?”
Well keep in mind that the electricity went out basically everywhere by now. And sure, there’s some blood available from those sources, but they’re thinking long term, decades and centuries.
“also how many vampires are there alive in worlds right now?”
About 50 (I’ve said it dozens of times in the comments, just to let you know). You’ll see all of them very soon.
“in case all the humans die they can still beat all the zombies.”
Keep in mind that the zombies aren’t trying to outright kill the vampires.Â Their (his, the First Zombie’s) goal is to cut off the blood supply (kill all the humans) in order to put the vampires through the same torture he just went through, 65 years of pain and agony without blood until they become a TFZ like him, except with no humans to make zombies of anymore and nothing to do but rot.