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Creepo By Jim Ether
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In a story which spans over hundreds of years, "Creepo" follows medieval magic men, Benjamin Franklin and a couple of bumbling depression era criminals through their madcap antics.
RP 2012 Softcover By Jim Ether
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"The Red Pines High 2102 Yearbook" is an illustrated record of fictional students, faculty and staff which were all created by contributors and friends. Each contributor received a survey... More > to fill out their characters appearance, personality and interests. I (Jim Ether) then took this information, put it in a blender and paired up friends, rivalries, favorites and foes and got to work. The book contains around 60 portraits and 60 illustrations as well as notes from the students, clubs, talent shows and teacher showcase sections to name a few things. My goal was to re-create an entire yearbook with fictional characters and happenings. The book is 32 pages and in full color.< Less
RP 2012 Hardcover By Jim Ether
Hardcover: $23.99
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"The Red Pines High 2102 Yearbook" is an illustrated record of fictional students, faculty and staff which were all created by contributors and friends. Each contributor received a survey... More > to fill out their characters appearance, personality and interests. I (Jim Ether) then took this information, put it in a blender and paired up friends, rivalries, favorites and foes and got to work. The book contains around 60 portraits and 60 illustrations as well as notes from the students, clubs, talent shows and teacher showcase sections to name a few things. My goal was to re-create an entire yearbook with fictional characters and happenings. The book is 32 pages and in full color.< Less
Creepo By Jim Ether
Paperback: $9.99
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In a story which spans over hundreds of years, "Creepo" follows medieval magic men, Benjamin Franklin and a couple of bumbling depression era criminals through their madcap antics.