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HARD DRUGS COMIX Episode 02 by Bason and Jlee

Hard Drugs


Jlee (artist/designer Jeffry Lee) and Bason (music biz guru/storyteller David Bason) met in New York City, where Jeff had just relocated from Vancouver. David had been there for a decade already and was happy to find another kid who grew up in the same part of the world. David joined Jeff’s band Hard Drugs, they tore it up on the Lower East Side and Brooklyn. Jeff moved back to Vancouver. David moved to LA. Now they make comic strips over email. Get rad


 

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