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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Taylor View Post
    Whatever happened to Steve Epting? Loved his run on Cap
    I first encountered Epting's art during the Age of Apocalypse where he drew Factor-X. As you can see from my current profile pic, I really loved that title and his style.
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    foxley gets my vote.
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    Nschornhorst!

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    I want to thank everyone who's taken part in this week's contest by posting a cover and/or by voting. Since this was a "wide open" contest rather than one with a particular theme, there was a wide assortment of entries indeed (which of course was the whole point), and accordingly I expect that the voting will be all over the place. I won't be up when the contest ends, so if anyone who is up at that hour wishes to jump in and count the votes in my stead, you have my blessing to do so. If not, I'll do it tomorrow morning.

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    Kai "the spy"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Taylor View Post

    Whatever happened to Steve Epting? Loved his run on Cap
    He still works for Marvel if there is a project for him but not as much these days. Doesn't seem like he's contracted to any specific company. He recently worked with Garth Ennis at TKO Studios.

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    nx01a for the whacked out cover, but I like Stony's cover too.
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    I've got to go with Kai "the spy". I have actually cosplayed as him before.

    Thank you Foxley for the vote. That one is also a good cover.
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    I vote worstblogever

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    By my count (please feel free to double check):

    One vote each-- LordMikel, Rob Allen, PaulBullion, WestPhillyPunisher, Ajax_X, ed2962, Atilla Kiss, Guicho, Iron Maiden, icctrombone, CaptCleghorn, MRP, foxley, Nschornhorst, nx01a, and worstblogever

    Two votes each-- Riv86672

    Three votes each-- Kai the spy and Stony

    And the winner with four votes-- JAVASAURUS! Congratulations!

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    Time to tally the votes!

    1 vote each: Ajax_X, Attila Kiss, CaptCleghorn, ed2962, foxley, Guicho, icctrombone, Iron Maiden, LordMikel, MRP, Nschornhorst, nx01a, Paul Bullion, Rob Allen, WestPhillyPunisher, worstblogever
    2 votes each: Riv86672
    3 votes each: kai "the spy", Stony

    and our winner with four votes....Javasaurus!
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    Congratulations to Javasaurus!
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    Javasaurus, ay yo!

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    Woop woop, javasaurus!
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    Congratulations javasaurus, and thanks to Exciter for the vote.

    I gave serious consideration to posting a cover from either of a couple of Image's more obscure titles that are personal favourites of mine: Shaman's Tears and Chassis. And my actual choice Hack/Slash is a very fun title: a subversive deconstruction of slasher movies and their tropes.

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