The Heart Star

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'''The Heart Star''' was a [[one-shot]] comic [[zine]] written and illustrated by [[Christoph Meyer]]. Meyer wrote and illustrated the story in one day (on January 31st, 2003).  
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'''The Heart Star''' was a [[one-shot]] comic [[zine]] written and illustrated by [[Christoph Meyer]] of Ohio. Meyer wrote and illustrated the story in one day (on January 31st, 2003).  
Meyer was inspired to write the story after receiving a heart-shaped hole punch, as a gift from [[Travis Kline]] of [[Sunshine Capital]] zine, in the mail. The zine is in black & white, except for the heart of a restless spirit, which Meyer colored in red by hand on each page.
Meyer was inspired to write the story after receiving a heart-shaped hole punch, as a gift from [[Travis Kline]] of [[Sunshine Capital]] zine, in the mail. The zine is in black & white, except for the heart of a restless spirit, which Meyer colored in red by hand on each page.
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The Heart Star was limited to 324 hand-numbered and initialed copies.
The Heart Star was limited to 324 hand-numbered and initialed copies.
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Revision as of 04:50, 15 February 2007

The Heart Star
The Heart Star

The Heart Star was a one-shot comic zine written and illustrated by Christoph Meyer of Ohio. Meyer wrote and illustrated the story in one day (on January 31st, 2003).

Meyer was inspired to write the story after receiving a heart-shaped hole punch, as a gift from Travis Kline of Sunshine Capital zine, in the mail. The zine is in black & white, except for the heart of a restless spirit, which Meyer colored in red by hand on each page.

The Heart Star was limited to 324 hand-numbered and initialed copies.

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