Yup, I think you've got it this time. Back on the subject of Riza's Parlor, you seem to have a good footprint going with your plot ideas. After corpse girl Yugi is introduced to the cast in chapter 2, adapting to her new lifestyle opens up some opportunities for later plots - immediate possible ideas coming to mind: -Yugi develops a crush on Sol. Naturally, her feelings are not reciprocated and her advances only end up as misunderstandings (not to mention Sol is scared of even being near her). -After working for Riza for so long Yugi ends up forgetting that she's dead and causes a stir when she goes for a stroll around the town. -Yugi happens to recognize one of the regular corpses brought to the parlor. It turns out the old woman was a classmate. This makes Yugi realize she's been dead for much longer than she thought. She takes the opportunity to try and learn what has happened to people she knew back when she was alive. To make the night job (Chapter 3) interesting, I think it would be great to set it up so that it looks like an easy job at first, but then just turn it into massive chaos. Something like: Riza takes care of the corpse and wipes her hands clean. Sol, cringing and turned away, dares to peek after the noise dies down. "That's it?" Riza looks up without emotion, "Yeah. You were expecting more?" Sol gestures frantically to all the equipment they towed along, "You mean to tell me that we lugged the Gut Sucker 2000, the Mummy Masher, and the Mutilator 400 out here, and we didn't even need all this junk?" Riza's expression doesn't change. "The Mutilator 500. The 400 had some serious design flaws and tended to jam up pretty badly." Sol shoots her a stern gaze. Riza hefts the contraption back on her shoulder. "Look Sol, in our line of business you can't be caught unprepared. There was no telling what was going to be here. Better safe than sorry." Sol finds that he has to accept that answer. "I guess you're right." "Come on, let's go eat! I'm starving." Riza calls out. (The panel focus is not on her, but a gravestone dripping with guts) The utter chaos I was mentioning could be anything that now catches them off-guard. However, through the use of all the tools at their disposal they triumph in the end. Possibility #1 - Riza fails to notice that the creep she killed was actually an unusual form of Zombie - a Regrowth. This heavy duty version of undead has amazing regenerative powers and pulls itself back together from the splattered guts moments after they leave the scene. Possibility #2 - The creep they kill is just the tip of the iceberg and before they can leave the scene, Riza and company find themselves utterly surrounded by a classic swarm of mindless zombies. Again, just throwing things out there. Feel free to use anything that inspires.