ANNual Pumpkin Carving Contest - EntriesNovember 18, 2012
Madoka Magica witch by Dakota Brown
Charlotte by rosiethorns88
Mawaru Penguindrum by fireaxe
Hyou-ka) by Christopher Yu
Nichijō by Brandon Stuart
Soul Eater by Serene
Alien Nine by Yellow Knife
Bleach by Anthony LaBerge
Princess Mononoke by maddoghoek100
anohana (original image) by kyle SPB
Sword Art Online by Tenchu Akahiro
Texhnolyze by Mike&Mandy
Devilman by CZILLA!
Evangelion by Anne Hackenburg
One Piece by Curtis V
Eureka Seven by Riftguardian
Darker than Black by KarlMC
ef: a tale of melodies by Nunnanation31
Sailor Moon by Joh-wee
Blue Exorcist by Wuntvor
Squid Girl by Wuntvor
Fate/Zero by Rastlinjay
Thriller Restaurant) by GlitteringLoke
Pokémon by Lisa Peirce
Poyopoyo by Reyes
Kamisama Kiss by Ayapi
Majora's Mask by Sven
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure by Aubrey C
Card Captor Sakura and the Firey Card by AlysonJae
Hidamari Sketch by godzhila
Tiger & Bunny by MK
Revolutionary Girl Utena by MK
Hana-Saku Iroha by Nunnanation31
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Lucifer and the Biscuit Hammer finds its footing in a pair of volumes full of new characters and new adventures. ― I couldn't really figure out Biscuit Hammer within its first couple volumes. The plot was fairly simple - the Mage is planning to destroy the earth with the titular hammer, and the Princess and her twelve Beast Knights are meant to stand against him. To this you add the cynical personali...
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