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Trailer for Kings of Power 4 Billion% -- Paul Robertson's newest masterpiece


6:54 PM on 08.03.2007



Epicness is nearing closer and closer. Paul Robertson, the genious behind Pirate Baby's Cabana Street Fight 2006, Do the Whirlwind, and plenty of other amazing stuff, just released a trailer for his latest work set to come out later in the year. The trailer is short, but is packed so full of win. Fans of his work have eagerly been waiting for something new from him and from the looks of things, Kings of Power 4 Billion% won't disappoint.  
 
Download the hi-res of the trailer at his newest site, Dream of the Future.
 
[Thanks, Jacob! Bonus: Check out the movie poster in the gallery.] 
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