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8-bit zombie tee of my dreams (nightmares)

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Caleb Kraft
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Caleb Kraft   9/25/2013 4:13:54 PM
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Those are pretty cute and the geeky side of me really wants one. 

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kfield   9/25/2013 3:42:07 PM
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WIth Halloween practically right around the corner, this shirt serves as inspiration!!!

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re: 8-bit zombie tee of my dreams (nightmares)
SKelem   10/26/2012 7:13:50 PM
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It's still a good concept.

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SKelem   10/26/2012 7:10:03 PM
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Sorry, it's a poor job, created in Adobe Photoshop CS4 on a Macintosh.

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