Tragically, his hammer is just a toy Fisher Price hammer, in what was supposed to be a harmless joke.
I like to look at the last panel as big cheering a tin ant in his struggle to climb the wall.
How did he last that long without food, water or anything to do?
Mustaches are notorious for storing a week’s worth of crumbs. He was probably living off of those.
Your typical construction worker has enough fat deposits to keep him going for years, and not doing anything is like.. half of what they do, even when they’re not trapped in walls.
I was more amused by the use of “Betelgeuse” as opposed to the more obvious “Beetlejuice”. Well done, Adam!
Ditto here. I’m so used to pronouncing it betel-gaze that I almost missed it
thats just as bad cause wen he dies he’ll haunt u for being an idiot
Thing is, some ghosts are people who got trapped in walls. I know of least one- you can hear a wrench rapping inside the walls in the engine room of the Queen Mary cruise ship.
is the title ghost in the drywall a play on ghost in the shell?
Before I actually started the comic, without looking at the title, my eyes immediately went to the last panel and all I saw was, “Oh, Ray Ray Ray!” and thought it was gonna be a comic about thin hotel walls or something. my dirty, dirty mind.
Ghost in the Drywall: Stand Alone Apartment Complex
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