Thrasher Comix: Horror and Sci-Fi covers
Art by James Callahan | Concepts and Mickey-Goat art by Adam Creagan
Skating produces all sorts of stories: slams, makes, spots, random street weirdos, and so on. Even the tall tales often have a nugget of truth within them. Here are some wild story ideas that could never possibly happen. Or could they?
As seen in the September 2014 mag.
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You can order a full set of prints for these Comix covers right here.
Check out James Callahan's insane comic book series "The Auteur" right here.
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