Here’s the trailer for Mask. Charles Mask Lewis was the visionary behind Tapout. From all accounts, Lewis was a generous kind human being who died way too young.
Check out the video below and I’ll bet you agree that IMDB Me is a cool idea. Willem Dafoe and an “interviewer” go through Dafoe’s film credits. Dafoe provides insight, trivia and appears to have as much fun as the viewer. I’d love to see more of these.
This may be the coolest thing on the net right now: The Shape of Water Trailer as a 50’s Horror Movie!
I have a collection of over 200 fanzines from the 60’s-80’s that I plan to scan and talk about, one at a time. I hope to have some of the participants answer a few questions. Many of those participants are established comics professionals now, while some have gone on to other things. I will show a few snippets from each zine and give you a link to download a pdf of the whole thing, which I hope all of you will do!
These two Steranko pieces appeared with other art by Steranko, Frank Frazetta, Berni Wrightson, Michael Kaluta, Steve Hickman, Kenneth Smith and others in Spa Fon 5 (Ink Stains #100).
As always, thanks to Ken for bringing back great memories of fandom!
Me-TV made the bold prediction:
So, I took them up on their challenge. They said the following about my age.
The truth of the matter is I’m 59, so close enough. I’m pretty sure my enjoyment of Tom & Jerry and Roadrunner gave my time on this planet.
Chris Visions created this beauty for me last year for pick-up at HeroesCon. I’d been a Chris Visions fan for some time and the opportunity to get a commission from him was one I’d couldn’t pass up.
Check out Chris’ site when you have some time to spare. You’ll be amazed at his talent!
Oh, and if you’d like to get a print of my Rocky commission, you can. Chris is offering giclée prints on 11×14 inch 100% cotton paper using Lucia inks for the highest quality. Free shipping in the US. 100% of the proceeds will go to help Chris during his recovery after his eye surgery.
Rocky was my first Chris Visions commission. I hope it won’t be my last.
That’s just one of the first issue covers to Hard Case Crime / Titan Comics new Mike Hammer comic series. Based on an unproduced Mike Hammer screenplay written by Spillane, “The Night I Died,” will be adapted by Max Allan Collins with art by Marcelo Salaza and colorist Marcio Freire.
For a look at other covers and some interior art click over to FlickeringMyth.