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  1. And for the record, that's not me on the cover of #3, although sometimes I wonder how different my life would be if it were.
  2. Holy freakin' hell! I was about 10 or 11 when I got my free "Space Spinner" and didn't think comics could get any better until the following week when Judge Dredd premiered. I had every issue of 2000AD until I moved to the US in 1991, and I still have a bunch of Annuals and Megazines in my library. Seeing this is a furking dream come true.............
  3. I have been just too busy with work in the last couple of years to give Punisher-Art.com what it needed. When I noticed that I had passed the first anniversary of my "most recent update", and i received the invoice for the next year of hosting, well I figured it was time to fold. I still collect any art I find online and my "unlinked for upload later" folder is over 3 GB. If work slows down and I get to the point where I can dedicate a couple of hours here and there I may get the bug again, but not now. This week I had over 40 hours of meetings scheduled and that was before I e
  4. I got my copy yesterday and just had a chance to finish going through it. Seriously - anyone who even remotely enjoys Tim's work needs to own a copy of this book. As a fan, it's must have. There is so much work in there that I hadn't seen before, and the way the book is put together is just beautiful. I may be just a little biased but my favorite page has to be 164. Pretty thrilled by that, Tim!
  5. Marvel Knights issue 7 - 'Nuff Said. I think what came over as most obvious is that Lexi sort of gets it, but the movie was a mash-up of too many things, and nothing in particular. Earlier today I had an inspired rant that I wish I'd recorded because it included such things as Batman underoos, and who cares (or reports about) if hardcore Batman fans were whining about canon and motive when the audience for the $200m budget is 99.99% people who have never read a Batman comic but know that they see a shitload of merchandise in Wal-Mart. I liked the movie for what it was and the clo
  6. It seems like Ebert's review basically says nothing. It also seems like everyone else reviewing the movie are more interested in how many movies they can compare it against, and how many directors' names they can drop. I liked the movie. I don't care what anyone says about "well in 1985's Circle of Blood" or other multi-decades long throwbacks to Spidey supporting appearances. That's not what this movie was about. This was a $35M rendition of some MAX, mixed with MK, mixed with some classic Jigsaw insanity. Professional movie reviewers probably don't have every issue, appearance
  7. Because that's how Tim drew him?
  8. Eric Muller from Germany sent these pics of his new tattoo to the Punisher Archives. I have seen a handful of tattoos based on Tim's work - a couple of Hellblazers, and a couple of Punishers, and I think this is the best of the bunch. It will be interesting to see how this holds up over time, but as fresh ink it's pretty spectacular.
  9. It's straight out of the comics - Punisher - Year One. issue #2. Frank turns to the bottle.
  10. I cast my vote for a certain cover artist known fairly well around these parts.
  11. Really? Which scene was the Seether song (Broken ?) in? I have watched the movie dozens of times, and apart from the Mark Collie song, and the Saints and Sinners scene, I don't recall anything other than Siliotto's orchestral score. Well, there's "Step Up" over the end credits, but other than that and La Donna e Mobile, I'm blanking on anything else other than the orchestral score being in the movie.
  12. The Velocity of Gary? I once reviewed that to some friends including the phrase "Private Pile macking on The Punisher" and that was all they needed to know.
  13. After following this thread for 147 pages this is my first direct response to you TL. The difference to me is that Tom grew up loving comics, and depending on which interview you read he may or may not have known the Punisher as a character before signing on to play the role. He brings (brought) a passion and dedication to the role, and then had strong expectations of continuing the franchise. But in the end, he's an actor, not in a position to fund his own movie, and the correct vehicle for his vision of P2 failed to materialize. Granted he's a very creative actor who apparently never
  14. You know how it goes Tim. You can be the greatest person on the planet, but suck one kid's dick and that's all they'll ever remember you for.
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