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Mutant Cactus 52 - Comic Buttons/Magnets
post Feb 1 2012, 11:24 PM
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As we all know...

In 2006, DC Comics launched a comic title that was simply called, 52. This title was released weekly for 52 straight weeks. For any regular comic fan, this was clearly an ambitious goal, even for publishing giant like DC Comics.

Who says that only a comic publisher can launch a 52 week release?

Today marks the first Mutant Cactus 52 release. Every Wednesday, for the next 52 weeks, there will be several new magnet/button sets available in our Etsy Shop. Each week will focus on a different theme while spotlighting the work of several artists that Mutant Cactus has been fortunate enough to team up with.

Mutant Cactus 52 - Week 1

Week 1 is inspired by the monumental manga/anime work of Arika Toriyama. Below are several magnet/button sets inspired by the EPIC Dragon Ball Z (DBZ) manga/anime. The spotlight artist of the week is Victor Dandridge, of Vantage:InHouseProductions.

MC Vintage buttons/magnets are ALWAYS made from recycled comic book pages and never from digital prints.

We'll see you next Wednesday, for WEEK 2

This post has been edited by Mutant_Cactus: Feb 29 2012, 10:25 PM

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Mutant Cactus started in 2008. Fueled by a passion for pop culture and an undying love for all things comic book and cartoon related (especially the stuff from the 80's). With unique designs and a flair for fun, Mutant Cactus comes to you with awesome hand made buttons, magnets, key chains, ear rings and hair clips. It is MC's plan to make the word "radical," once again, part of your daily vernacular.
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