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Comicbook artist and writer.


Favourite Visual Artist
Stjepan Šejić, Fiona Staples, Ben Caldwell, Gris Grimly
Favourite Movies
Star Wars, Jurassic Park, Mad Max: Fury Road, The Prince of Egypt
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Community, American Gods, Galavant, Stranger Things, Carnival Row, Buffy
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Janelle Monae, Amanda Palmer, Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Aurora
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Neil Gaiman, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, P. G. Wodehouse, Edgar Allan Poe
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Age of Mythology, Age of Kings, Zoo Tycoon, Super Smash Bros
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Watercolour, Tombow markers
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Nature, history, mythology, religion

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Hello, your works in representing cryptids are very good and very interesting about the Stoa that was the source of inspiration for the theropod dinosaur antagonist of the novel The Lost World by Arthur Conan Doyle. Now my doubt is that if in Sumatra (Indonesia) there will be cryptids that have inspired the island's prehistoric fauna, skull from the original 1933 film King Kong? since in this movie as well as in its remakes the skull island is located in Sumatra.

Well Gigantopithecus is known from Southeast Asia and there's a chance the filmmakers knew about it.

Ok and some other Sumatran cryptid that shares similarity to some of the skull island creatures (other than Kong itself) in the 1933 King Kong film, be it a reptile-like cryptid, dinosaur, or any other prehistoric creature.

Not that I know of.

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