Artwork and TOC for Issue #3

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Re: Artwork and TOC for Issue #3

Post by Charlie In The Box on Tue Dec 07, 2010 4:33 pm

Just ordered #1, yesterday and it should be on it's way soon. Charlie in the Box is at home waiting by the mailbox. If he thinks he's going to have first dibs on it, he's crazy. I already informed the postman to drive on and drop it off in the neighbor's mailbox if he sees a strange looking evil jester with shiny razor sharp teeth, shooting out high above his box.

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Re: Artwork and TOC for Issue #3

Post by Charlie In The Box on Sat Jan 08, 2011 10:35 am

I just ordered Issue #2 today, after reading all the great stories in the premire issue (awesome stories by the way) and I was wondering. Issue three is still being finalized and not yet available, am I correct?

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Re: Artwork and TOC for Issue #3

Post by Kenwood on Sat Jan 08, 2011 1:01 pm

Charlie In The Box wrote:I just ordered Issue #2 today, after reading all the great stories in the premire issue (awesome stories by the way) and I was wondering. Issue three is still being finalized and not yet available, am I correct?
Thanks!

Issue #3 is done; we're just waiting for it to appear online. Should be any day now.

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Re: Artwork and TOC for Issue #3

Post by Guest on Wed Feb 09, 2011 2:54 pm

I'm late to the party, but want to say that the artwork for ST3 is excellent. There's something very Tim Burton-esque about it. Or, it could conceivably be something from the world of Roald Dahl -- perhaps an illustration from his unpublished story, "James and the Giant Knives."

I also like the added dimension of the cover art on the back of the issue. It gives a us a little extra something after the main meal, like a dinner mint. A very pointed dinner mint.

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Re: Artwork and TOC for Issue #3

Post by LeeThompson on Wed Feb 09, 2011 2:58 pm

Looking forward to this for fun and so I can review the sexy beast. headbang

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