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She is my cosmonaut cop of science.

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Ghost Rider

It’s all about the “Penance Stare”.

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Cut through the bone.

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It keeps you under.

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After Eden

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This is Constantine Albus.
More on him later.

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Cthulhu

I found this early version of a Cthulhu “Kthûl’hu”
drawing I did way back for a Hellboy piece I thought I lost.

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Who is she and what is she to you?

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I feel the need to carve this out of wood.

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When The Oceans Drank Atlantis

The Atlantean General
The Atlantean King
Buried in a small tomb with his Atlantean Sword.

When I was younger,
I honestly thought the skeleton was CROM.
I still think it’s CROM!

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King Osric (portrayed by Max von Sydow)

“There comes a time, thief,
when the jewels cease to sparkle,
when the gold loses its luster,
when the throne room becomes a prison,
and all that is left is a father’s love for his child.”
-King Osric

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Back in it with Osric again. Had to draw another one.
Just felt like I wasn’t done.

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It’s about Intuitive Understanding
VS Intellectual Understanding
VS Empirical Understanding.

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King Osric

The Always Amazing Max Von Sydow as King Osric
in Conan The Barbarian (1982)

“What daring! What outrageousness!
What insolence! What arrogance!… I salute you.”
-King Osric

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The Sasquatchians

It was time to bring the family together.

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It’s the recognition of her private dreams.

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