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So I sent about 10 tons of NYC deli to the @DarkHorseComics offices today. Ain't no deli like NY deli. pic.twitter.com/3luLDe5NEj
NYC deli care package @DarkHorseComics today from @brianwood who feeds our minds AND our bodies... pic.twitter.com/IUoRFGXSVA
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Here's some info about DMZ Book Three (Deluxe Edition Hardcover), on sale this week! thirteenminutes.blogspot.com pic.twitter.com/A3yPClZLxA
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...and here's some outstanding b&w artwork for TERMINAL from John Paul Leon's website johnpaulleon.com/detective-comi… pic.twitter.com/sLRrvvBYSV
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#ThrowbackThursday - So THAT'S what's under the helmets! Behind the scenes shot from A New Hope SE. pic.twitter.com/A9B9gJ1F2F
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I miss Parco. “@ThirteenMinutes: Rereading DMZ BOOK THREE. Talk about a key moment... #ParcoDelgado pic.twitter.com/broMexJCyr
John Paul Leon just killing these Parco Delgado snapshots in DMZ BOOK THREE. pic.twitter.com/PzcCcEE0cy
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Love this Matty sketch, only piece I submitted not in DMZ Book Three, possibly in a future volume, but just in case. pic.twitter.com/4s7c5WphsX
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Santa wants you to know if you can keep a secret. In the basement. pic.twitter.com/zd90KscQXo
Free class tonight, anyone wanna come w me? pic.twitter.com/nKTacjvWg5
Classic era, classic characters, new adventures. STAR WARS 1-6 BUNDLE $2.99 #TatooineTuesdayow.ly/FeXS0 pic.twitter.com/cCGtfqW0J7
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One of my "white whale" comics ideas finally getting done. And yes, that's actually a tuna. pic.twitter.com/WuAxoFnyEd
These LEGO Instructions from 1848 Are Awesome (And Yes, They're Real) pic.twitter.com/5Md21wXJMZ
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Between Washington Heights (NYC) and Fort Lee, NJ. George Washington failed miserably. We gave him a bridge anyway. pic.twitter.com/N9Hj6eTEGs
This actually happened. 2004, living in SF, art directing a wrestling video game photo shoot. pic.twitter.com/qfuYWPdNtd
I think my favorite Global Freq cover was the first one. Did that in 2002. Excited to see this as a show. pic.twitter.com/GOzCHTOi7k
Realizing my wardrobe these days consists solely of shades of gray. pic.twitter.com/KIlJbJkOPm