Lenore, "the Cute Little Dead Girl" is a fictional character created by Roman Dirge, inspired by the poem "Lenore," by Edgar Allan Poe. The comic tells of the adventures of Lenore, and her variety of friends. The primary focus of the graphic novel is dark humor, with many of the stories having amusing twist endings. Common themes are the reinvention of children's songs, games, and nursery rhymes to something more macabre, and subverting all sorts of pop culture icons and cultural figures in to topics of dark comedy. In one story, for instance, Lenore accidentally kills the Easter Bunny. While Lenore's actions often result in the death or injury to those around her, and in various forms of chaos, she is not a malicious character, and often thinks she is doing good.
Lenore "accidentally" kills some hamsters while looking for a squeeze toy.
Lenore resurrects Ragamuffin.
Lenore murders a magician.
Lenore plays with a dead frog.
Lenore meets her neighbor, Taxidermy, who wants her to take care of his pet, Malakai.
Lenore kills her admirer...again.
Lenore encounters a magical muffin elf and crushes him with her finger.
Lenore butchers a stranger while walking about.
Lenore is found by gnomes who claim she is their long lost queen.
Lenore has some friends over for a tea party.
Tummy-blows are issued.
Lenore combats cleaner.
Lenore helps half of a woodchuck.
Lenore encounters a living hair clog in her drain.
Lenore harasses the ugly duckling.
A sample of Lenore's dead cats.
Told as in a story book, flies fight back against a spider.
Lenore is haunted by a nightmare.
Lenore meets "the toof hairy".
Also told like a story book, Frito the demon escapes hell.
Yet another story, a ladybug has her revenge.
Lenore kills small animals and a fairy, a take at the popular rhyme. The moral of the story is "Be more specific".
Lenore dances ballet at a funeral and an Irish dance on a coffin.
Lenore encounters the pets whom she killed.
Lenore visits the doctor.