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NECRONOMICOMIC #666 by Mr. Scradam

The black & white version will be printed in TBD: The Zine

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concept for NECRONOMICOMIC #6

scradam:

concept for NECRONOMICOMIC #6

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TBD: The Movie March Promotional Flier
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TBD: The Movie March Promotional Flier

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011 (by Mr. Scradam)

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I just got hooked up by kenaim :) He knows me too well! Thanks dood! 

Thank you Douglas Adams

Paramount was dissatisfied with the script, so its head of production Dawn Steele asked Nicholas Meyer, the writer and director of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, to help rewrite it. Meyer and Bennett cut out Krikes and Meerson’s idea of having the Klingon Bird-of-Prey fly over the Super Bowl and the hint that Saavik remained on Vulcan because she was pregnant with Spock’s child.

(via Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)


Mark Lenard and Jane Wyatt play Ambassador Sarek and Amanda Grayson, respectively, Spock’s parents. Wyatt commented that although she generally disliked working with actors who were directing, she found Nimoy an exception because he could concentrate on being part of the cast as well as setting up the crew.

(via Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

Mark Lenard and Jane Wyatt play Ambassador Sarek and Amanda Grayson, respectively, Spock’s parents. Wyatt commented that although she generally disliked working with actors who were directing, she found Nimoy an exception because he could concentrate on being part of the cast as well as setting up the crew.

(via Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)