Jack, Wang, & Lo Pan Paper Dolls
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Shutter #2
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Bukeey #2
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Bukeey
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Shutter #1
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Bukeey #1
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8-Bit #1
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Galaxy Conflict T-Shirt
A must-have for Star Wars fans, right in time for Episodes 7-9. "Galaxy Conflict" harkens after some misguided foreign takes on familiar properties. While these might not be the droids you're looking for, this funny switch-up of C-3PO and R2-D2 definitely is.
Lightning Print (11 x 17)
One of the "Three Storms" from Big Trouble in Little China, this 11x17 print of Lightning captures him at his most sinister.
Artists   >   Chad Bever
Chad Bever

Chad Bever

Co-Founder
Seattle, Washington, United States
Chad likes to draw things.  And sometimes color them.  And make them talk, and make them move.  On rare occasion he picks up an instrument or two, but usually gets swamped with work and is unable to excel at this eccentric hobby of his.  Someday he will learn that there is only 24 hours in each day.  Or he will learn to bend time & make it his b-@#!  But until then, he will just have take it day by day just like everyone else.
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AUG 08
Centaurs' Blind Date
By Chad
Centaurs' Blind Date
FULL POST
comic, strip, humor, centaur
JAN 24
Jack Burton Adventures 3 Almost a Wrap!
By Chad
Jack Burton Adventures 3 Almost a Wrap!
FULL POST
jack burton adventures, jba, big trouble in little china comic, crankleft
SEP 06
Summer Office
By Chad
Summer Office
FULL POST
bukeey, comic, Comic Strip, Artist, chad bever
JUL 20
A Picture of Mindless Aerial Mayhem!
By Chad
A Picture of Mindless Aerial Mayhem!
FULL POST
traditional, pencils, illustration, colored, Photoshop
MAY 06
A Highlight of Our Ongoing Webcomic Bukeey
By Chad
A Highlight of Our Ongoing Webcomic Bukeey
FULL POST
bukeey, webcomic, Jack Kirby, Kamandi, Mark Twain, Tom Sawyer, Bill Patterson, Calvin and Hobbes
 
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God of the Ewoks Print (11 x 17)
A mash-up of Star Wars with The Castle in the Sky.
Metropolis Print (11 x 17)
A scene from the 1927 film Metropolis, this depicts a direct frame of the film where Rotwang (the inventor) displays his newest creation, a human-imitating robotic wonder to Joh Fredersen.
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