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Erik Bear
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I made a new Blog, currently it is about poetry and Batman: http://colddarkmatter.wordpress.com/
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issue #3 is out in stores so you should all BUY IT

http://www.mtv.com/geek/comic/issue/2285/jurassic-park-dangerous-games-3.jhtml

personally, i think this one has the best art of all the issues i've seen
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the gorgeous zoomable history of science fiction

http://zoom.it/ybRn
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They're both in there around "HARD"
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i started a Tumbles a while back but i don't think i linked it to anyone, so, here it is, words and pictures presented to you with no context whatsoever: http://phmrel.tumblr.com/
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the Loveland frog has the saddest ending of any cryptid story:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loveland_Frog

"Officer Mark Mathews, now retired, explained that the incident was "habitually blown out of proportion [. . .]". He stated that, "It was and is no 'monster'. It was not leathery or [had] wet matted fur. It was not 3-5 feet tall. It did not stand erect. The animal I saw was obviously some type of lizard that someone had as a pet that either got too large for its aquarium, escaped by accident or they simply got tired of it. It was less than 3 feet in length, ran across the road and was probably blinded by my headlights. It presented no aggressive action." Mathews attempted to shoot the creature in order to back-up the account of his partner's sighting a few nights prior, but the lizard escaped, most likely to die from its injury, or from the bitter freezing cold."

mistaken for a legend, it was always very mortal, and it died alone and unknown.
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oh yeah, i almost forgot: Jurassic Park issue 2 came out the other week, so you should all go buy it!

http://www.comixology.com/sku/AUG110356/Jurassic-Park-Dangerous-Games-2-of-5-
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Wrote a Jurassic Park comic, and some other stuff that's not as cool
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