Skelton Crew Studio has licensed the rights to create a series of prop replicas based on the popular comic book.
Source: Chew Blog
Upcoming Detective Comics writer, John Layman, answered internet accusations that "the Chew money was drying up" by announcing a licensing agreement today between creators of the Eisner and Harvey-winning comic Chew and Skelton Crew Studio. An image found at Layman's blog shows what appears to be a pink blobby thing (Chog) along with everyone's favorite cock, Secret Agent: Poyo, replicas that will be available "late 2012." This reporter would provide more information, but the story was passed on by Outhouse contributor GHERU, and so all resources were spent correcting spelling errors.
Layman, Chew artist Rob Guillory, and Skelton Crew will all be at San Diego Comic Con this week. Check out the pic below:
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