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A parody art project, commenting on the ancient origins of modern Japanese game culture.  浮世絵ヒーロー
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Jed Henry

2,422 backers pledged $313,341 to help bring this project to life.

'I Choose You!' is now scheduled for Dave's carving table!

We've reached our last stretch goal to unlock new woodblock prints. 'I Choose You' is now available at the $135 reward level, labeled as 'The Main Event 7'. This preorder will be ready for shipping in October, 2013. Please refer to this post for more details on Dave's printing schedule.

Now that we've scheduled Dave's work for over a year, we'll unveil some very fun, creative goals to share with you. I'm so excited!

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    1. Creator Jed Henry on August 21, 2012

      Okay, okay. You guys got me! I'll make 'I Choose You!' available as a giclee too! I'll announce it sometime this week.

    2. Creator almeren on August 20, 2012

      Also, it would be nice to know for sure before the kickstarter ends, to make last minute adjustments to our backings, whatever the decision may be in the end.

    3. Creator Riff Conner on August 17, 2012

      I would definitely upgrade to get two giclees if one of them could be this. :)

    4. Creator almeren on August 16, 2012

      I agree with Robin Farley, I backed the "Soul Eater" main event and two giclees and would love for one of them to be 'I Choose You!'.

    5. Creator Robin Farley on August 16, 2012

      I am at the Bento Box level and I would select this as a giclee.

    6. Creator Christopher Goodno on August 16, 2012

      I'm still hoping you guys reach $200k! Congratulations on getting this far and can't wait to see what you guys have planned for post-KickStarter.

    7. Creator Jed Henry on August 16, 2012

      I'm still thinking about it...

    8. Creator Riff Conner on August 16, 2012

      That's beautiful! Is there any chance it will be available in giclée version?

    9. Creator Ben Turner on August 16, 2012

      Again with those mysterious "final third" goals! Very curious...