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‘SHE’ Competition Winner!

And the winner of our ‘SHE’ best image-caption competition is…

“In the year 2375, a traditionally dressed Prince Harry MXII represents Earths best hope in the first inter-planetary bean polo championship.” — Matthew Burvill

Congratulations Matt, you win a copy of Brosmind’s new, exclusive two-part comic SHE, packed full of bonkers drawings and a crazy narrative.

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    24th May 2012
    9:32 am
  1. 3eyed-bubblegum-head didn’t quite get the grasp of golf…

  2. Shir
    24th May 2012
    2:53 pm
  3. Follow your Polow!

  4. Rena Ortega
    24th May 2012
    3:05 pm
  5. If a three-eyed elastic boy riding a funny bike doesn’t kill you… It’ll make you stronger!

  6. john
    24th May 2012
    3:10 pm
  7. Shite my arm… gonna crash before I smash!

  8. Cristinatm
    24th May 2012
    3:11 pm
  9. Do you got a fixie too? Come to play the new fixie-golf, It’s all about the show!

  10. Katherine Nguyen
    24th May 2012
    3:15 pm
  11. Oh hey little munchkin, why you runnin, lets be friends. I got something tasty for you.

  12. Júlia
    24th May 2012
    3:17 pm
  13. Obsessed, following a cricked ball, quick evolution gives you three eyes. This DNA effort, melts your brain, but you are still smiling.

  14. irma
    24th May 2012
    3:21 pm
  15. it is a race! a race to get a forth eye and a solid brain! the one pickin the ball gets the prize. The last 100 racer’s brains are gonna get served as juicy drinks for the rest of the participants to recover some evergy…

  16. Stefan
    24th May 2012
    3:25 pm
  17. Both: Damn it…I am freezed in a picture!

  18. Flüke
    24th May 2012
    3:33 pm

  20. Pablo Marfá
    24th May 2012
    3:40 pm
  21. In the year 2012, a new specie of creature has been found, the Eggxtras. There’s few copies of them and they’re starting to be in danger of extinction…why? All because of that new sport that has become popular recently, the Urban Polo. The main difference with actual polo is players are very young people, it is usually played on the street and instead of riding horses, fixie bikes are used to chase the Eggxtras. Authorities are trying to solve this problem to preserve these cute creatures. Poor Eggxtras, some players have already lost their mind for them…

  22. Catarina
    24th May 2012
    3:45 pm
  23. Me Bro doing many things at the same time. Like looking to my watch with my middle eye. Like looking to the little man ball with my right eye, and trying to reach the ball. With my left eye,… well i don’t see very well, i hit him so many times with my cricket tool.

  24. Henrique Athayde
    24th May 2012
    4:07 pm
  25. Come taste some brain yogurt! I have three eyes, I won’t let you go! MUAHAHA!

  26. Jorge Ariel Blanco Muñoz
    24th May 2012
    4:16 pm
  27. It’s payback time you two eyes freak monster!

  28. Mau
    24th May 2012
    5:09 pm
  29. Three eyed liquid brain polo player, riding bike with an arm under the leg.

    Vector and Pantones on canvas. 2012. Brosmind Brothers.

    Exposed at: FormFiftyFive Museum

  30. Jeong
    24th May 2012
    6:27 pm
  31. “come back my little yellow brain!”
    we need to find a giant helmet. I’m sure it will give you more room to play!

  32. Jen
    24th May 2012
    6:49 pm
  33. Having co-opted a hipster’s body and fixie, the ceramic bowl, brimming with liquefied cotton candy, invents the sport of fixie-yoga polo.

  34. Patastratos
    25th May 2012
    9:31 am
  35. Come on baby… It’s bath time!

  36. Chris
    25th May 2012
    10:25 am
  37. Don’t lose your mind with your eyes on the prize!

  38. Robbie McWilliams
    25th May 2012
    3:15 pm
  39. Kill people, Burn shit, Fuck school

  40. michael
    25th May 2012
    4:11 pm
  41. Leonado had a long way to go before he’d start the Mona Lisa

  42. Robbie McWilliams
    25th May 2012
    4:14 pm
  43. Blinky goes to Hollywood

  44. Robbie McWilliams
    25th May 2012
    4:55 pm
  45. ‘The Hunger Games’

  46. Marc
    28th May 2012
    8:05 am
  47. come herre, you little pumpkin….

  48. Marc
    28th May 2012
    8:07 am
  49. i’m gonna POP youuuu…. woowahhahah…

  50. GlennGlenn
    28th May 2012
    12:37 pm
  51. Loads of great captions so far folks. You’ve got until the end of the week to submit your best caption, so keep them coming!

  52. Matt
    28th May 2012
    2:02 pm
  53. Exactly 140 chars:

    In the year 2375, a traditionally dressed Prince Harry MXII represents Earths best hope in the first inter-planetary bean polo championship.

  54. Robert
    29th May 2012
    9:17 am
  55. “That’s what SHE said…”

  56. Nate
    29th May 2012
    6:36 pm
  57. Pinky Out: The Bike Polo Guide to Etiquette

  58. Isa
    30th May 2012
    8:48 pm
  59. Pink bikes were never so dangerous…

  60. Nebojsa Rajovic
    31st May 2012
    11:06 am

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