What makes you so special

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'''what makes you so special''' is a short [[minicomic]] done by Cee Jacob Cee.  
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'''what makes you so special''' is a short [[minicomic]] done by [[Cee jacob cee|Cee Jacob Cee]].  
This [[comic]] features several short stories. The first is a  short story about 2 lame kids named benny and ashley. The second is a story entitled  "soap and chalk vs. Botokin" in which a bar of soap and a piece of chalk with super human powers defend the city from a giant monster called Botokin, who is like the Japanese B-movie monster Gammera, with a bunny mixed with it. The other short story in the comic is one about a coffee shop and its poets.
This [[comic]] features several short stories. The first is a  short story about 2 lame kids named benny and ashley. The second is a story entitled  "soap and chalk vs. Botokin" in which a bar of soap and a piece of chalk with super human powers defend the city from a giant monster called Botokin, who is like the Japanese B-movie monster Gammera, with a bunny mixed with it. The other short story in the comic is one about a coffee shop and its poets.
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what makes you so special is a short minicomic done by Cee Jacob Cee.

This comic features several short stories. The first is a short story about 2 lame kids named benny and ashley. The second is a story entitled "soap and chalk vs. Botokin" in which a bar of soap and a piece of chalk with super human powers defend the city from a giant monster called Botokin, who is like the Japanese B-movie monster Gammera, with a bunny mixed with it. The other short story in the comic is one about a coffee shop and its poets.

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