The Savage Dragon #77

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Initially, they want to see your work online. ROUGH CUT COMICS go to “CONTACT”(Rose Black and Society) accepts inquiries from artists, but be warned they’ll tell you what they think. Wade Wilson: The Merc With A Mouth. the Regeneratin’ Degenerate. Pacific was operating out of a 2200-square-foot office-warehouse on Ronson Road in Kearny Mesa. Donatello was voiced by actor Barry Gordon, whose resume includes parts on Leave It to Beaver, Archie Bunker’s Place, and many animated TV series, like Swat Kats and Pole Position.

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Publisher: Image Comics (2000)


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