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I was interested in doing a Pirate set similar to Sea Raiders/Pirate Picture Gum or the Allen and Ginter series. Pirates havent had a set in quite awhile. AC4:Black Flag and POTC did well, so i think there is always an interest. And what about Western / Cowboy / Indian sets? Are these genres dead? They used to be the card industries bread and butter.

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I'm 100% in for whatever you decide on Evan as your card sets are incredible. In my opinion, Ground to Pulp and It Came from the Atomic Age are 2 of the finest sets released in the past several years and your sketch cards are absolutely top-shelf. I for one would love to see you take on a pirate and/or a western set.
 
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I think a Pirate set would be a good idea. A couple of years ago we had a Pirate Pin-up set, Pirate Booty? or something. I would like to see a set with more realistic themes.
 
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Originally posted by aeolus14ummbra:
I'm 100% in for whatever you decide on Evan as your card sets are incredible. In my opinion, Ground to Pulp and It Came from the Atomic Age are 2 of the finest sets released in the past several years and your sketch cards are absolutely top-shelf. I for one would love to see you take on a pirate and/or a western set.


Thanks! There's got to be a reason why the last historical pirate set not based on a movie was in 1958. I just don't know what it is. They sort of died out with the Western though.

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