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    Welcome to Penciljack, Ryan Knight
    Thanks for alerting me to the link error. It is fixed.
    I’m glad you’re excited and want to contribute. Do you have any of your art available to look at, first?


    Yes, Smitty, 6.625” x 10.25” is indeed the trim area.
    Inviting 100 artists to celebrate Kirby and Eisner Centennial Tribute Books

    Joining you in the ABCs of faith - Action, Belief and Confidence

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    Yeah! I commented over on the Kirby thread with links! Thanks!!! Let me know about those artists so I can spread the word out!! I can probz get a few interested in Eisner too!!! ttyl

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    More reference of Eisner’s characters to help you choose.
    John Law

    Uncle Sam



    Wonder Man
    Inviting 100 artists to celebrate Kirby and Eisner Centennial Tribute Books

    Joining you in the ABCs of faith - Action, Belief and Confidence

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    John Law looks kind of like the Spirit ..

    DId y'all know the controversy about Wonderman???

    DC sued Eisner (and won) because DC alleged that Wonderman was plagiarizing Superman ... he don't even look like Superman :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Symson View Post
    Yes, Smitty, 6.625 x 10.25 is indeed the trim area.
    So, if I want big, fat wide borders at top and sides with a bigger, fatter border at bottom with no bleed (and I do) the image should be 5.875 x 9.25


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan_Knight View Post
    John Law looks kind of like the Spirit ..

    DId y'all know the controversy about Wonderman???

    DC sued Eisner (and won) because DC alleged that Wonderman was plagiarizing Superman ... he don't even look like Superman :/
    DC sued Fox. DC won because Eisner copped to ripping off Superman at Fox's request.

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    Do you think (now after all these years and after so many Superman ripoffs) if Eisner would not have admitted to it, DC wouldve won? Apparently from the audiobook his boss at the time was the one who told him to copy Superman... Plus when it was time to go to court his boss told him to lie but Eisner didnt... He had guts that's for sure

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