Zack: Here it is: the single laziest piece of artwork in the Antiquities set. Painted by the prolific Douglas Shuler, apparently worn out from putting Tim & Eric beards on everything he paints he just half-assed a candelabra and dropped some sparkles on it.
Steve: What did you expect? It's a candelabra.
Zack: How about a massively busty wizard woman up on a cliff with storms raging all around her and she's holding up this glowing candelabra and the fire from the candles is swirling up into a tornado of fire that is changing night into day on the wide expanse of land below. That's right up your alley.
Steve: Pretty good, but not as good as "an awkward candelabra sitting on a peach tablecloth."
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