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    Both of these comics have the same basic storyline: animals negotiating and working together to survive in apocalyptic times. What really makes them worth taking your time to look at is the incredible artwork.

1) Ghost in the Gulag by David Derrick,  can be brutal but needfully so to tell its story. 

2) Scurry by MacSmith   is found at    Some pages are merely great; others you want to print and store in your photo-reference file.

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Thanks for sharing these! i love the look of Scurry!

Those are both excellent. Thanks!


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