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THE MARRIAGE ACT

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Anne and Tom live together not necessarily by choice. After a terrible war, America passes legislation that states that EVERYONE by the age of thirty must be married and engaged in procreative relationship. Anne, a bachlorette by choice, and Tom, a middle aged homosexual, decide to move in together under the guise of marriage. After Tom’s “rehabilitation”, the couple decides to make a go as a legitimate couple. Failing and building resentment for their situation, they go after the law’s creator. 

 

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Guest Artist: Roberto Pasqua

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Roberto was born long time ago in Palermo, Italy.
He attended the comics school “Scuola del Fumetto Grafimated” in Palermo (Comic’s school Grafimated). He’s a partner of Italian web magazine Alta Nox. His dream would be to be making money with comics.  Recently, He’s drawn a short story for a site called “Book Of Lies” antromatita.blogspot.com/http://robus2.deviantart.com/
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Guest Artist: Gwydion Vibart

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Gwydion was born in Ilha Bela, Brazil in 1988 and is now living in Argentina. He was raised in an English speaking family so it is more than a second language. He also studies Japanese and practices Aikido. He’s drawn comics since the first time he got his hands on one, practically since the age of 8, and has learned almost everything he knows about the making of them the tough way. He also loves video games and movies and studied animation as a career. If drawing was his first love, making them move is undoubtedly his mistress. He tries to make his pictures as alive as he can, mainly because he believes that, like photographs, drawings take from life to build a monument frozen in time.

 

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Guest Letterer: T. Perran Mitchell

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T. Perran Mitchell is from Phoenixville, PA. Comic Maker, Software Breaker, Doctor Strange Impersonator, T. has worn all these hats and more over the years.  After trying his hand at lettering on his own comic, T. just couldn’t stop and is now putting words to pictures on as many comics as he can find. If you need words with your art and you can find him, maybe you can hire T. Perran Mitchell.http://oldmanmitchell.blogspot.com/@TPerranMitchell