Tuesday, September 14, 2010

My 24-hour Comic Book Day Poster

John Munn over at COMIC BOOK INK contracted me to draft up a poster for this year's 24hr Comic Book Day festivities over at his shop. Knowing that myself and several CLAW members would be participating I put together the following poster. I hope you dig it.

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