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Zombie Jesus Vampire Hunter - The Scripts vol 1 - cover

Zombie Jesus Vampire Hunter - The Scripts vol 1

Gustavo Aviles

Publisher: Anterior Books

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Discover this companion volume of scripts to the graphic novel Zombie Jesus Vampire Hunter: The Codices vol.I. Enjoy reading the original scripts and see how they change from the page to the image. It includes developmental material, such as character and layout sketches, concept art, and more that provide a glimpse into the making of this occult ancient astronaut adventure.

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