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HF SDCC 2010 – Munky King Opening Night Afterparty

If you missed our live updates last night via the official Hi-Fructose Facebook Fan Page, the good folks over at Munky King threw a nice Comic-Con afterparty following Thursday's general opening to the public. Situated in downtown San Diego, the party featured live painting by four Hi-Fructose favorites, Yoskay Yamamoto, Joe Ledbetter, Angry Woebots, and David Flores. Check out more photos from the night, here on Hi-Fructose.

Joe Ledbetter

If you missed our live updates last night via the official Hi-Fructose Facebook Fan Page, the good folks over at Munky King threw a nice Comic-Con afterparty following Thursday’s general opening to the public. Situated in downtown San Diego, the party featured live painting by four Hi-Fructose favorites, Yoskay Yamamoto, Joe Ledbetter, Angry Woebots, and David Flores. Check out more photos from the night, here on Hi-Fructose. If you’d like more live updates from this years San Diego Comic Con, check back to our Facebook page for regular updates throughout the day.

Joe Ledbetter

Yoskay Yamamoto

Yoskay Yamamoto

David Flores

David Flores

Angry Woebots

Munky King’s Patrick Lam and Angry Woebots

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