Prince and the Jinn

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The Prince is thrown into an arena, a giant coliseum where men are cruelly fed to demons in gory battles, all for sake of entertainment. He tries to find a way to kill the demon in the arena.

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Artist's Notes

Muscular Prince of Patiala

Muscular Prince


The Prince is thrown into an arena, a giant coliseum where men are cruelly fed to demons in gory battles, all for sake of entertainment. He tries to find a way to kill the demon in the arena.



Jinn Demon

The Demon – Jinn


With such a massive form, this demon is a force to be reckoned with. How will the Prince take him down?


Impaled bodies

Impaled bodies


Demon impales his victims and eats them like a kebab…

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