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Mike

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  1. Bradstreet had several interviews throughout the show. I'll post them as I get links to each of them. Here's the first from fanboy comics: http://www.fanboycomics.net/index.php/interviews/comics/item/2572 Mike
  2. Unfortunately there is no RAW panel for 2013. Tom is busily preparing for a late Fall shoot for Shattered Hand, limiting what we're doing this year at SDCC. We expect to see Tom at the show on SAT/SUN, so if any RAW members have the opportunity to swing by booth 5539, we'd love to see you there. OMG Blondielox not coming to the show??? Now I don't even want to go back tomorrow =) Mike
  3. Thanks John and RPace! I always appreciate the encouragement =)
  4. Thanks, Noeland!!! Regardless of success, I'd just like to create good thought provoking story. Mike
  5. So I started working on the ground rules for creating story in the Shattered Empire Universe. I was fortunate enough to gain the interest of Novelist, Jeff Edwards. Our intent is to create a graphic novel within the framework we've created, then open the doors for anything else from there. The next thing to work on was a tear-sheet. The lovely Windsong model, Jane Park Smith, is doing a Radio interview this week and asked me to provide her with something should could present. We put the following together for her (it looks better in PDF with Windsong watermarked): Mike
  6. This project has been on hold for a while, but I've finally come back around to work on it again. The first effort was to get Bradstreet's Windsong colored. I wasn't able to coordinate with Grant's schedule, so I got another colorist, Steve Firchow to pick up the task. The final result was something fantastic... definitely a Bradstreeet, but with a different flare. You'll all have to let me know what you think Mike
  7. Thanks all for the birthday wishes! I started reading the thread from the beginning and didn't realize it was started by last years post, with everyone making me a year younger (not that I would complain). I definitely look forward to an exciting RAW year with "A Mgnificent Dath from a Shattered Hand" being filmed this spring and our conventions. We're already gettting prepped for San Diego. Thanks again to everyone and I wish you all a Happy New year. Mike
  8. I'm headed up early Friday morning to go set up for this show. Booth = 1157 No panel this year. We'll have a panel at LBCC NOV3-4 We're doing something a little different with our booth at LBCC too. It will definitely be big. Mike
  9. Blondielox, I am bummed I missed seeing you and family this year. I hope you are all doing well. Mike
  10. I think I finally woke up from my after con nap Tom, I can't thank you enough for for your appreciation and including us in the RAW family. Mikaela and I had a FANTASTIC time and as you know, I am so very proud of her (she's so PRO!). It was a great show and after 6 years of this we've got it down so everything runs so smooth. It was great to see all our kids at the show together, having such a great time too. You know I am always committed to the team and cannot wait for the next show! I am pretty certain Mikaela wants to come back too And the RAW Panel!?!?!?!?! What a
  11. Thanks so much for the happy Birthday wishes! I know Tim is happy, since this is the time of year I catch up to him =) That's ok since in about 5 weeks he'll have as many years as the caliber of an M1911 or that popular singla action army Colt. Speaking of which I do enjoy the caliber of people on this board and look forward to another year with RAW!!! Mike
  12. Wow, between Tim and Brian they covered everything, so I can't really think of much else to add, other than it was a total blast spending time with great friends and making new ones! The shows themelves were very entertaining and I really enjoyed them. I didn't have any expectatiojns, nor was I very critical, since I haven't been to a play in... well I have no idea how long it has been. I am definitely up for experiencing more of them Mike
  13. I was really disappointed to have work get in the way of the show. I was able to get everything set up with help of friends Chris Frobose and Brian McQuery Friday morning, but then I was off back to San Diego for 14 hours of straight work. I slept about 5 hours and got up to fix my car and go back to work until 5:00 Saturday evening. I got up to the show just as they were closing and in time for Dinner with good friends: Brian McQuery, Scott Harben, Jim Daley, Billy King, Cat Staggs, and Amanda Diebert. After Dinner we met up with Tom and Tim for a good time and drinks. I have to
  14. I'll be setting up on Friday and breaking down on Sunday. Unfortunately I have to work through the weekend and will only be around for Sunday... maybe.... Mike
  15. Big Happy Birthday to you too Noeland. And many thanks to you for your efforts in keeping the board properly managed.
  16. The most EXCITING show EVER!!! It started off pretty quiet with just Frobose and I in the booth on Premier Night. My daughters came along with me too, but they quickly disappeared to explore the show. When Frobose showed up I got my only real opportunity to say hello to friends in artist alley. I dropped off my sketch book with Cat Staggs. She isn't quite finished yet, but I hear she is doing an INCREDIBLE Captain America Illustration for me. The best part of Wednesday night was the chance for Frobose and I to have dinner with our RAW friends Brian McQuery and Jordan Raskin. Th
  17. My kids took me to see the movie today (well I drove, but you know what I mean). I really wasn't interested in the movie until fellow RAW friend Chris Frobose told me it was an unexpectedly well done movie. His word was enough for me to want to check it out and I was far from disappointed. The movie is very well written with successful character development. The story takes on the heart of the "mutant wars" and allows the viewers to continuously insert themselves into situations and question what they would do personally, all while adding enough of the "required" exciting action.
  18. I am pretty certain Tim is still going to Detroit, but I don't know about the rest of the gang. Mike
  19. Girl Walks Into a Bar Available for free viewing in the U.S. on YouTube Cast Carla Gugino as Francine Driver Zachary Quinto as Nick Josh Hartnett as Sam Salazar Danny DeVito as Aldo Rosario Dawson as June Emmanuelle Chriqui as Teresa Aaron Tveit as Henry Robert Forster as Dodge Amber Valletta as Camilla Gil Bellows as Emmit Kevin Zegers as Billy Alexis Bledel as Kim Michelle Ryan as Loretta Xander Berkeley as Moe Lauren Lee Smith as Karen More info Mike
  20. Unfortunately the website is transitioning to a new provider and is down for the interim. We are going to change the format from Wiki to Joomla. At this time I don't even know what that means yet, but I think it will be more article driven like the typepad sites. The only thing new I have to share soon is the color version of Windsong, which I have only seen the photo rough so far. TB's colorist Grant Goleash is working on it and I am very excited to see the end result! Mike
  21. Currently due for release 29 June 2012 (USA) I'd still like to see a "Balance of Terror" 'Das Boot" style thriller, and maybe add a Klingon wildcard ship in between the Federation duel with the Romulan. That would be an interesting way to set the political tone for the Federation, Romulan Empire, and Klingon Empire. It's likely my interest in this story is due both to my sci fi and professional interests, since I work in Anti-Submarine Warfare, which has something in common with a small, near invisible platform with powerful torpedo weapons. Paul Giamatti wants to play a Kl
  22. Joe R. Lansdale does the audio commentary. I can listen to it again and see what he says about the story and/or ask Dan about it too.
  23. The project was completed and I believe they were only intended to be a market teaser with the hope of doing a potential spinoff animated series based on any one of them. Although they are available in a compilation DVD the primary distribution was through other titles, like the Batman "Under the Red Hood," that had the Jonah Hex short attached to it. The Showcase Shorts director, Joaquim Dos Santos, has since left WB Animation to continue work on new Avatar the Last Airbender episodes. I just had the opportunity to visit Dan Norton, Showcase Shorts Art Designer/Shattered Empire Artist,
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