DeBunko isn't just targeting ignorance and lack of logic but backwards social values as well. Sexuality is a commonly recurring topic in the book, and more often than not, the characters yearn for sexual release or hide their desires and sexual activities from others even though it's all perfectly normal. The opening strip is about death and people's refusal to accept it as normal. The townspeople aren't afraid of zombies or werewolves, but of their own mortality. Read Full Review
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