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Posted: Nov 2nd 2011 5:41PM Ancientwolf13 said

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Nice I'm a subscriber to the magazine and look forward to seeing it.

Posted: Nov 2nd 2011 5:43PM Nenene said

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Dociu is such a boss.

Posted: Nov 2nd 2011 5:49PM BigAndShiny said

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Still stays true to the world of the time, but captures an air of mystery and wonder with the background that's really amazing!
Good work.

Posted: Nov 2nd 2011 7:20PM Graill440 said

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That treasure was found quite a while ago, almost two years and change.

Posted: Nov 2nd 2011 9:13PM KDolo said

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@Graill440

Yeah, they probably learned nothing about it in the time they found it until now that's worth putting in an issue of National Geographic, too.
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Posted: Nov 3rd 2011 12:22AM Graill440 said

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@Graill440

Naw, it was because out of the 3k plus pieces the chap kept 2600 and a a still ongoing court battle, the queen verses him is stillcausing problems. Those royals think they own the ground and everything buried in england.

He has even done a few commercial endorsements for the treasure finding thingmajobbers.
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Posted: Nov 2nd 2011 9:51PM Faction 3 said

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Daniel Dociu is easily the best living artist on the planet.

Easily.

Posted: Nov 2nd 2011 10:32PM cyb3rpunk75 said

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@Faction 3
Maybe in video games, the planet.... hardly.
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Posted: Nov 2nd 2011 11:14PM (Unverified) said

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Anglo-Saxon*

Posted: Nov 2nd 2011 11:49PM Seldra said

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Grats Daniel, your art never ceases to amaze me.

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