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Spike and Mike Haunt Comikaze 2014

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Comikaze Halloween Spike and Mike Poster provided by Mellow Manor Productions, Inc. Comikaze Halloween Spike and Mike Poster provided by Mellow Manor Productions, Inc.

Spike and Mike’s Festival of Animation has been invading the nation since 1977. This year it is coming directly to Stan Lee’s Comikaze 2014.

This gloriously funny, sometimes hideously dramatic, and more often innovative collection of animated shorts features artistic works from well known, independent, experimental and up and coming artisans from all over the world that happily contribute their work to Spike’s touring exhibition of animation.

Comikaze Classic Poster provided by Mellow Manor Productions, Inc. Comikaze Classic Poster provided by Mellow Manor Productions, Inc.

Originated by Mike Gribble and Craig ‘Spike’ Decker, Mellow Manor Productions, Inc. has created this event to help share the artistic advances and adaptations that have evolved through animated short films. The festival has already hit Las Vegas earlier this year and continues. Additional scheduled showings can be viewed at http://www.spikeandmike.com/site/.

There is a family friendly compilation of work that continuously impresses any crowd…

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1 Comment on Spike and Mike Haunt Comikaze 2014

  1. Aw, thank you! Working on the next one with Katie this weekend.

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