Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Evil Clowns of Boston by Eric Boeker

I wasn’t the original blogger asked to review this story. The first one claimed he wouldn’t lower himself to even read a story featuring clowns. He was loud about it; didn’t care if Eric knew. Yeah, that was a wise move. We haven’t seen or heard from him since.
I, on the other hand, know better. Read Eric’s story. Tell him you love it. Give him money in appreciation. It’s for your own good. Trust me. You don’t want to make Eric angry. He knows clowns; lots of them. AND they’re very NICE people. Not EVIL at all and you would be a fool and an idiot to think otherwise. The clowns are very fond of Eric. They listen to him.

About the creator:
Ever since he can remember, Eric Boeker has wanted to grow up to be a cartoonist, which is why he (like all other aspiring cartoonists) studied German Literature and grew up to be an engineer. Thanks to the recent zombie invasion in corporate America, he has finally found an outlet for his repressed cartoonist tendencies. He documents the trials and tribulations of the ever-growing, Generation-X, coffeehouse-loving, zombie horde in the "Commute of the Living Dead".

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