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koyamapress:

coleclosser:

Looks like it’s safe to share this cover I did for an upcomin’ issue o’ Regular Show, from BOOM! Studios.  It’ll be th’ lucky 13th issue, available this July—so start savin’ up yer clam bones for barterin’, babies!  Oh boy!coleclosser.com coleclosser.tumblr.com

Cole’s Pops pops!

Magnifique

koyamapress:

coleclosser:

Looks like it’s safe to share this cover I did for an upcomin’ issue o’ Regular Show, from BOOM! Studios.  It’ll be th’ lucky 13th issue, available this July—so start savin’ up yer clam bones for barterin’, babies!  Oh boy!

coleclosser.com 
coleclosser.tumblr.com

Cole’s Pops pops!

Magnifique

Dude I neeeeed this.

Dude I neeeeed this.

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