Tuesday, April 01, 2008

29 Days Later...

You will see my pulpy prose in this:

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4 comments:

m said...

That cover is the awesome sauce.

Cunningham said...

Yeah, I told the boys they have really upped their game with this one.

Publish more issues like this and they'll get that advertising support they want.

Cunningham said...

And they've given me a few ideas...

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