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    ParaNorman Zombie Judge Concept Sketch Original Artwork Group (LAIKA, 2012). Now here's a lot for zombie lovers! It's a pair of concept/character design drawings of the zombie Judge who centuries ago (in his pre-zombie days) sat over the trial of the little girl Agatha Prenderghast, who is wrongly accused of being a witch, when in actuality she's a medium just like Norman. Graphite on paper of 18" x 24". Images of an unbelievable 22" and 23" respectively. From the hands of studio character design artist Heidi Smith. In Fine condition. From the LAIKA Archives.

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    Auction Dates
    February, 2015
    12th Thursday
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