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this take on action comics no. 1 (which introduced the world to superman and comics as we know them today) shows what the ancient egyptians might have idealized an otherworldly hero as. a black, dog headed anubis showing his super human strength lifting a golden boat above his head.
i thought it would be fun to get a small, comic book sized print packed in with each shirt, complete with it's own bag and board for proper comic book longevity.
here's a look at a larger version of the cover:
make sure you don't roll the spine, and always remember kids, there are oils in your fingerprints that will ruin the ink, so be careful!
nice idea, luv it!
Nice and great history acknowledgment. I'm sure some people don't like the rectangular "box" composition, but it makes perfect sense.
ehehe, fun parody.
Wowowow, love the style!!!
haha - cool!
You can at least admit that superman was to comics, what ElvisPresley was to rock and roll, can't you?
WOW, piercing idea and great ellaboration.