Comix: The Zoo of Untrue

We do love alphabets of drawings and in the past have pointed you to the great 1h Alphabet from Ape Lad.

Here is another excellent example. You have to look at the images in full size (link below) to read the text. Great work and we are looking forward to the remaining characters in the alphabet.


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via: Dirtflake

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