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Artist imagines every star sign as a monster and it’s terrifying

Artist and illustrator Damon Hellandbrand (which we hope is his real name) just brought horoscopes out of the TV listings realm and into the world of comic books. 

Forget Libra as your ethreal sign of balance and justice. Think something straight out of Alien with nunchucks of mass destruction. 

If you thought Mystic Meg was your worst nightmare, this may make you think again.

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