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The package announces 4 year birthday treats


The Package will be 4 years old this November and announces some special birthday treats.

FOURTH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS The Package will celebrate its fourth birthday in style at Wellington’s Studio Nine complex with an impressive line-up of local talent in attendance to ensure a thoroughly good dose of Aotearoa goodness.

KILLER ROBOTS COMIC The Killer Robots comic by Greg Broadmore will be the latest New Zealand comic published by Urbanist Media after the successful release of Toolbox, a comic by Simon Morse. Killer Robots features full colour comic illustration and will be a valuable addition to New Zealand’s growing comic literature. It will definitely be a collectors item and is being launched at the Armageddon exhibition in Wellington 23-24 November 2003.

WALLPLANNER 2003 The Package Wallplanner 2003 will be available from the end of November. The fantastic full colour artwork by comic illustrator Toby Morris features an insight into the life and influences of a rock n roll robot and will definitely make planning 2003 more interesting.

More information will be available soon, and online at www.thepackage.co.nz.

Thank you! The Package crew


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