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FEB 04
James Hong to Appear at WWCC Feb. 22-24!
By Brad Hodson
James Hong to Appear at WWCC Feb. 22-24!
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MAY 08
Sketch of Lightning from Big Trouble in Little China
By Mike
Sketch of Lightning from Big Trouble in Little China
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MAR 31
ECCC 2012: We're there, and our booth is decked out!
By Swordboy
ECCC 2012: We're there, and our booth is decked out!
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MAR 07
Welcome to the New and Improved CrankLeft
By Brad Hodson
Welcome to the New and Improved CrankLeft
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APR 05
The Hong Show strikes again (in California)
By CrankLeft
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Shutter #2
Robert makes his way to Colorado but he boards a train that is more likely bound for Hell.
Four Knaves Print
Jack Torrance, Jack Skellington, Jack Burton, and Jack Sparrow.
Tales of the Macabre West
Five thrilling tales of death in the Old West. Set in the rugged American west of the late 19th century, Tales of the Macabre West is filled with tales of black magic, Native American ghosts, demons, death, and redemption.
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.
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