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Sketch of Marty McFly from Back to the Future
We, here at CrankLeft, are all fanboys. So it goes without saying that, between a full-time job and 8-Bit issue #2 pages, there's always time for some Back to the Future art, right? For this one, I honestly just wanted to sketch up a more hyped up Marty McFly. This is probably the direction they would go if they were to create a modern cartoon series of Back to the Future. You can see the full sketch over at my artist page.
We've been hard at work on the next issues of every one of our comics series' and will have more updates soon. We're going to start posting our work as we go here on the CrankLeft Blog so be sure to come back often for more sketches and updates.
By the way, have you seen our Back to the Future "Tales From Space" t-shirt? They're available now in all shapes and sizes at the CrankLeft Store; get 'em before it's 1985 again!
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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.