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#118 The Lemmy Fez

Fez of the Week #118 celebrates our friends’ excellent comic book Amelia Cole written by Adam P. Knave and D.J. Kirkbride. Lemmy This low-profile black fez features Lemmy’s head above crossed plumber’s wrenches… let me explain. In Amelia Cole, Lemmy, her trusty golem, is always there to punch through a wall. But more importantly, he’s an innocent. A sweetheart, in a body made of rubble. Lemmy focuses on butterflies, not battle, whenever he can. The wrench, of course, is Amelia’s wand. It’s what she focuses her magic through, an extension of herself and her abilities. It’s never far from her side and though enemies may think it’s just a wrench at first sight, pretty soon they have to deal with all of the power it really contains. If you haven't already read the books then you owe it to yourself to catch up on this fantastic story. Both Adam and D.J. will be at the Emerald City Comicon this coming week in booth C-08. If you are there, be sure to stop by and get your hard copy of Amelia Cole and check out some of their other wonderful titles. The title of the Amelia Cole book is laser engraved on the back of each fez. To make these a bit more special, each fez features the title art of the Amelia Cole books laser engraved on the back. It may be difficult to see depending on your monitor as it is a subtle detail to make these even more unique. Now, since we are headed out of town to attend the Emerald City Comicon, we’re going to extend this Fez of the Week and accept orders through April 5th. If you place your order by March 23rd we might be able to send it out before we leave, otherwise we will make them as soon as we return from Seattle. Pre-order by April 4th. Production begins April 5th, 2014. As these are made to order, please allow extra time for creation and shipping.

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