Nerdlocker Giveaway – Beneath the Planet of the Apes!

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First off, thank you again for all your support in getting us to our 100th Episode! Before we announce anything, we’d like to say a huge thank you to Nerdlocker writer Josh Blackburn for donating his print to the giveaway. And now, onto the winner! Without further ado, the winner is… Andrew Shapiro Congratulations Andrew! Thanks to all those who entered! Stay tuned to Nerdlocker for more giveaways in the very near future!
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As promised, in honor of our anniversary, we begin our appreciation giveaways! First up, courtesy of one of our own, Josh Blackburn, we have Ken Taylor’s, Beneath the Planet of the Apes, originally sold through Mondo. Check out the print and details below:


Beneath the Planet of the Apes
Run: 390
Technique: Screenprint
Size: 24″ X 36″
Hand Numbered

Here are the rules. Read carefully to maximize your entries! All you need to do to enter is visit our Facebook page here and like the page. To finish your entry, you’ll need to leave a comment in the post about the giveaway. You can also visit our twitter page here and follow us. @ reply to Nerdlocker saying you want to enter the contest. This will give you two entries. You can earn two additional entries by sharing the contest on both Twitter and Facebook for a maximum of four entries.

The contest closes Tuesday (11/20/12) at 4:30 p.m. PST. We will announce the winners on Wednesday morning, 11/21/12 (again PST). Nerdlocker will randomly select the winners in a lottery. If your name is not in the comments on the Facebook page and we do not receive a reply on Twitter, you will not be in the lottery. So you have until November 21, 2012, Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. PST to enter. Good luck!

Stay tuned to Nerdlocker as we have a ton of other things to give away in the near future!

JP

http://www.nerdlocker.com

I'm a true child of the 80s from a small town near Cleveland, Ohio. My all time favorite topics are Star Wars, slasher films and Cleveland sports (despite the misery it causes). I narrowly avoided law school, instead choosing film school. I have been accused of being a walking IMDB, but I take it as a compliment!