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Nicely done! Love Bob Murch's stuff. Don't see enough of it on the boards. Wonder if that's because of its old school slightly cartoony look?

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Those are wonderfuly done! I love the green shirts. I wish I had a use for pulp figures, though I will most likely get a few to paint at some point.

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