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July 12th, 2010

New graphic novel Lazarus By Gina Miller

Abstract:
Gina Miller took her animations and integrated them into her recently released book, Lazarus. Releasing it under her own publishing company and, very fittingly, selling copies online via Amazon and Barnes & Noble's online store. I got a chance to chat with Gina about her work as an artist and animator, the work she's done over the years, the book, and a few other topics. Plus some of her paintings and material from Lazarus for you to browse throughout.

By Gavin Sheehan

(Get your copy of Lazarus at www.amazon.com/gp/product/0982731205)

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