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Thursday, October 08, 2015

Lucca Games And Comics, OCT 29 - NOV 1, 2015

John Nevarez and I will be at Lucca Games & Comics for a talk and book signing of our most recent work, on invitation of the magnificent Nemo Academy. Lucca is the world's 2nd largest con, in fact, by now the festival has outdone the numbers of San Diego Comic Con. Attendance in recent years has reached over 400,000, making it the biggest festival of its kind in Europe and the second largest in the world after Comiket in Tokyo.

And here's a little sketch demo of this piece. It's very, very short and it comes without sound and nearly no editing. I hope you enjoy it anyway:

Sketch Demo

Here's a little sketch demo as a follow-up to the posting from before, here. It's very, very short and it comes without sound and nearly no editing. I hope you enjoy it anyway.

Posted by Florian Satzinger on Thursday, 8 October 2015

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