Posted by specialK January 03, 2013

Otto Bjornik's "Kwadro Kwin" series continues with his latest Dunny series. Continuing with the playing card theme, Otto brings the Aces to life with "Kwadro Alas: The Four Horsemen of the Appu Kalypso". Arjun (club), Aden (heart), Ashur (spade) and Audin (diamond) stand at 3" and are not yet for sale. The first chapter of  the Kwadro Kwin story begins with the four queens. As with the The Four Horsemen each queen represents a different suit in a deck of playing cards. And so the story continues....

"The four sisters became more and more beautiful with each passing day. As word of their beauty spread, kings from neighboring lands came to court the fair young maidens. And so it happened that each sister became betrothed to a king before her eighteenth birthday. When they became of age, the noblemen sent his daughters to the four corners of the land to live in their new kingdoms. He selected four of his bravest horsemen to accompany and protect them on their long journeys."


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