Hoax Hunters #12

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Language: English

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Give our search a try, or take a look at the menu to the left to see how you can help us improve the site. Andrew: That moment when text and art come together seamlessly. You can request a single figure and I will draw it in pencil, on a 9”x6” acid-free two-ply bristol board and it'll look something like this: To pre-answer the question I get at every show: no, I cannot squeeze in a second character if you pay for more.

Pages: 32

Publisher: Image Comics (2013)

ISBN: B00GW9Z8DM

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