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100 Points Giveaway Everyday for a Week Part 3 CLOSED
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5 Reasons to WriteI wrote a blog once that urged comic artists to try writing their own books. I held back a bit on what I said--Punk Rock Jesus hadn't come out yet, so I didn't feel like I had the proper authority to really speak up.More Like This
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