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Centaurs' Blind Date
Just a silly cartoon my spouse and I concocted during a silly conversation over dinner. It was hand-drawn with pencil in a sketchpad. Inked with a lovely Pentel brush pen, and sharpies for the details. I should add that my lovely wife con......
Jack Burton Adventures 3 Almost a Wrap!
This is what my workspace looks like as printing deadlines rapidly approach....
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big trouble in little china comic
When the temperature increases, I move my work to the outdoor "office"! As you can see I always come to work prepared. Phone? Check! Yes, that is a phone, though far from smart. Water for hydration? Check! Thumbnails? Check! Script......
A Picture of Mindless Aerial Mayhem!
I just felt the need to come up for air, and show how hard at work I've been here at Crankleft working on things completely unrelated to anything we are doing here!?...
A Highlight of Our Ongoing Webcomic Bukeey
If you haven't heard much from us here at Crankleft, it is because we are hard at work on 8-Bit #2, Shutter #2, Jack Burton Adventures #3, and our webcomic featuring the ongoing adventures of Bukeey......
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Digital download of Jack Burton Adventures available
Retro Review: The Spirit
Dexter works for the video game world record organization Parallel Universes and he has more VHS tapes of player scores than he can handle. When Dexter drifts off while watching a high score attempt, he finds the game has come to life and he is in the middle of a new 8-Bit reality.
Galaxy Conflict T-Shirt
A must-have for Star Wars fans, right in time for Episodes 7-9. "Galaxy Conflict" harkens after some misguided foreign takes on familiar properties. While these might not be the droids you're looking for, this funny switch-up of C-3PO and R2-D2 definitely is.
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Metropolis 11 x 17 Print
A scene from the 1927 film Metropolis, this depicts a direct frame of the film where Rotwang (the inventor) displays his newest creation, a human-imitating robotic wonder to Joh Fredersen.
Bukeey and his troop go on a hike, deep into the woods, where they find danger, adventure, and several new friends.
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