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TODD'S N.Y. MUSEUM EXHIBIT ONLINE 'DIRECTOR'S CUT' GOES LIVE
Additions to Mini-site Include Artwork and Interviews
June 02, 2006
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"Todd McFarlane: A Retrospective" was the most successful exhibit in the history of the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art (MoCCA). During the exhibit's nine-week run, a record number of fans and visitors came to see the multimedia display of Todd's original artwork, toy prototypes and other artifacts from the McFarlane company archives.

Our online mini-site has been a popular resource for those unable to attend the New York exhibit -- and for those who want to get a closer look at the History of Todd. The mini-site includes artwork from the show, plus audio tracks of Todd's personal recollections about each piece. It's an inside look at an amazing body of work and a legendary career.

And now we're pleased to bring you "the director's cut," loaded with extras. Additional artwork and audio tracks not included in the New York exhibit, PLUS some great interviews with some of Todd's peers.

>> TODD McFARLANE: A RETROSPECTIVE

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