Best Interactive Comicbook website Ever?

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Jeremy Geddes, photo realistic painter or CGI artist?

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Comic books that should be adapted for the big screen.

I’ve written down a short list below of comic books that to me, are obvious choices to be adapted for a television series or for the big screen. Also, if your are looking for some good comic books to read, that list is golden. More »

Video sketch of my latest drawing.

Hello my friends, I’m back at the drawing table and it feels great! More »

Rising Star: James Jean

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My favorite Comics books.

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Video sketch #2

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Fall New TV Show


Fall New TV Show


Here a list of interesting new TV show that will start this fall.


666 Park Avenue

Premieres: Sunday, Sept. 30 at 10 p.m. ET on ABC

The Drake is a New York City apartment building that’s upscale, illustrious and highly sought-after. Well kind of haunted too. Looks like a rip off The Devils Advocate with Keanu and Al.

With Terry O’Quinn  famous from is days in lost. I will not miss the premiere for sure.



Premieres: Tuesday, Sept. 25 at 10 p.m. ET on CBS

Holmes (Jonny Lee Miller) is a brilliant, eccentric, Mentalist-esque police consultant who just got out of rehab. Watson (Lucy Liu) is a former doctor and current “sober companion,” whom Holmes’ father hired to keep his son on the straight and narrow.

I like Jonny Lee Miller and Lui, so I might gave them a chance.
go on

Premieres: Tuesday, Sept. 11 at 9 p.m. ET on NBC

After a sports radio host (Matthew Perry) loses his wife, his boss (Harold & Kumar’John Cho) makes him attend grief counseling. There he shakes up a gaggle of grieving eccentrics and their cute counselor (Laura Benanti).

I love Mat Perry and I think he is a really funny guy, love him in friends and Mr Sunshine, will surely give this show a try.


Premieres: Monday, Sept. 17 at 10 p.m. ET on NBC

The world technology as mysteriously black out, no more phone, tv or electricity, even the cars are dead. 15 years as past since the D day and we do follow all those pretty people trying to figure out what the heck is going on.

The show is produce by J.J. Abrams creator of Lost(expect a lot of lens glare!!) and Jon Favreau (writer of Swingers and director of Iron Man), love most of the stuff those guys made, Will watch this one for sure.


Animal Practice

Premieres: Wednesday, Sept. 26 at 8 p.m. ET on NBC

a vet (Weeds‘ Justin Kirk) at a busy animal hospital, torments his staff while caring for cats, tigers, chickens and all other animals capable of stealing scenes from the show’s human actors.

The cast of actors alone is worth watching, Tyler Labine and Bobby Lee will be amazing supporting cast.


Premieres: Wednesday, Oct. 10 at 8 p.m. ET on The CW

A wealthy playboy (Stephen Amell) is the only survivor of a deadly boating accident, he spends a few years stranded on a Pacific island. After he returns to his family and friends, he becomes a vigilante superhero called Arrow. But what happened on that island? It’s up to the other characters of this sci-fi thriller to find out. You know bow & arrow are popular this year (Hawkeye in Avengers and The Hunger games) super hero TV show its usually are Teen soap opera, usually I could care less about this show but it seems to have good reviews, I guess I will gave it a try.

Premieres: Tuesday, Sept. 25 at 10 p.m. ET on CBS

Dennis Quaid plays Ralph Lamb, a cowboy/frontiersman who was the real life Las Vegas sheriff in the 60’s. Michael Chiklis plays one of the mob bosses who clashed with Lamb as the mafia laid claim to this up-and-coming city.

I am not sure if I will watch this one, it looks like average show.


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