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Megan Fox on Cover of Empire Mag Sporting a new Tattoo UPDATE

Transformers News: Megan Fox on Cover of Empire Mag Sporting a new Tattoo UPDATE
Date: Tuesday, March 24th 2009 7:15pm CDT
Categories: Movie News, People News, Media, Interviews
Posted by: First Gen | Credit(s): DevastaTTor

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Seibertron.com member DevastaTTor has just gave us the scoop on an upcoming issue of Empire Magazine.

The magazines feature article is an interview with Transformers star Megan Fox and sports the female heroine showing off a new Autobot symbol tattoo.

Megan Fox on Cover of Empire Mag Sporting a new Tattoo


Fans of the blockbuster film and starlet can look forward to this issue hitting the stands soon. Check out the details on the issue by clicking here.


UPDATE:

Turns out this is just a photoshop job done up from an old Rolling Stone Japan Cover.



While we knew the tat was fake, its a little disappointing to see the pic was too.

Rumor-Orci And Kurtzman Not Writing Trilogy Finale?

Transformers News: Rumor-Orci And Kurtzman Not Writing Trilogy Finale?
Date: Tuesday, March 24th 2009 1:03pm CDT
Categories: Movie News, People News
Posted by: Tigertrack | Credit(s): Robert Orci@Don Murphy.net

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DonMurphy.net- Rumors have started circling about the net that current Transformers screenwriters Robert Orci, and Alex Kurtzman will not be returning to write the script for the third installment of the Transformers live action movie trilogy.

"Not clear who is coming back yet, but the main reason we would move on is because we risk getting stale and comfortable. If you only sing one song for too long, you miss the opportunity to sing news songs. We'll see."


This comes from one of Mr. Orci's posting playgrounds, donmurphy.net.

This is a rumor, and of course, the writers do not seem to know at this point, but we would like to invite Mr. Orci to Seibertron.com to confirm or deny this rumor, and add in any two cents that he might want to.

What do you think? Do you want them to come back and write the third movie? Do you agree that it would be nice for someone else to give it a try?

Let us know what you think, and tune in here for Seibertron.com Movie News.

Jim Sorenson Updates- Masterforce Ginrai Transformation

Transformers News: Jim Sorenson Updates- Masterforce Ginrai Transformation
Date: Tuesday, March 24th 2009 11:46am CDT
Categories: Cartoon News, People News
Posted by: Tigertrack | Credit(s): Jim Sorenson

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Disciples of Boltax- Jim Sorenson, who has been sharing excellent pieces of Generation 1 history, has once again updated his site, this time with the transformation sequence of Masterforce star Ginrai, who bears a striking resemblance to Convoy/Optimus Prime, but with added features!

Mr. Sorenson is the man behind the popular 'Ark Compendium' and 'Ark Compendium Part 2' collections. These books are a collection of Generation 1 Animation models.

"I remain perpetually impressed with how cool most of these sequences are. Even just the establishing shot of him in truck mode, barreling along, is full of action and life."


You can view the image, and Jim Sorenson's thoughts, and other Addendums to the Ark books here at his 'The Disciples of Boltax' blog.

Thanks for sharing Jim!

Voicing Villains: Corey Burton Interview @ StarWars.com

Transformers News: Voicing Villains: Corey Burton Interview @ StarWars.com
Date: Monday, March 23rd 2009 5:43pm CDT
Categories: People News, Interviews
Posted by: Darth Bombshell | Credit(s): StarWars.com

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StarWars.com has posted an interview with voice actor Corey Burton, known among Transformers fans for his roles in Generation One (Brawn, Shockwave, Sunstreaker) and Transformers Animated: (Megatron, Ratchet, Shockwave). Although primarily about his role in his work in "Star Wars: The Clone Wars" (in which he voices, among other characters, Count Dooku), his voice work on Transformers is mentioned, along with his opinion on the vocal style brought to the live action movie.

The full interview can be viewed by clicking here.

Nick Roche Updates: AHM Coda, Maximum Dinobots, and Art Sale

Transformers News: Nick Roche Updates: AHM Coda, Maximum Dinobots, and Art Sale
Date: Monday, March 23rd 2009 5:21pm CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, People News
Posted by: i_amtrunks | Credit(s): Nick Roche

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Artist Extraordinaire Nick Roche, the man responsible for the art of Maximum Dinobots, as well as introducing Kup into the IDW Comic series through writing and illustrating Spotlight: Kup, has been a busy man, constantly updating his blog Nick Roche is a Bad Man since his sojourn to Australia.

While not overcoming his fear of Spiders, Nick has mentioned in the same blog post of his adventures in Far-Northern Australia, about his work on an issue of the All Hail Megatron Coda which will again have him focusing on Kup, which he feel is a nice change from his work on the Maximum Dinobots series.

The very next blog update contains a photobucket link to some of Nick's inked lineart from Maximum Dinobots.

And last, but not least, Nick's latest Blog Update contains information pertaining to Nick's artwork for sale, including all his covers for the Transformers: Revelations series, as well as the variant cover for Infiltration #1, all in A3 print format.
In addition, Nick is also offering to take on commissions, head on over to Nick's Blog for full details.

TF Animated Tribute Art: Omega Spreem

Transformers News: TF Animated Tribute Art: Omega Spreem
Date: Sunday, March 22nd 2009 1:48pm CDT
Categories: Cartoon News, People News
Posted by: First Gen | Credit(s): Derrick Wyatt

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Tranformers Animated guru Derrick Wyatt has updated his blog A Delightful Tedium with an image of what appears to be tribute work for the "cousin" of Omega Supreme.


TF Animated Tribute Art: Omega Spreem

In the comments section of the blog, Mr. Wyatt noted that the small head given to Spreem is to help give you an idea of the scale of the character and noted that he put more detail into him than the original design used for seasons 1 & 2.

Check out the full size image and all the comments by clicking here.

Possible Voices for ROTF's The Fallen being weighed

Transformers News: Possible Voices for ROTF's The Fallen being weighed
Date: Sunday, March 22nd 2009 1:11pm CDT
Categories: Movie News, People News, Interviews
Posted by: First Gen | Credit(s): Robertron Orci, TFW2005.com

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Revenge of the Fallen scribe Roberto Orci has responded to more questions regarding the upcoming sequel on TFW2005.com.

The questions, given by members of the site, concerned possible voice actor selections for the character The Fallen. Mr. Orci generously had these items to share:

Question: Hey Bob, what are your feelings towards the idea of Leonard Nimoy doing the voice of the Fallen?

Mr. Orci: Would love it. I actually talked to him about it, given the odd coincidence that he is Michael Bay's cousin through marriage, but fan outcry has also put [Frank] Welker in the running.


Mr. Orci then went on to describe the difficulties of making the first film, the reason Megatron isn't renamed Galvatron and other things.

It's a real pleasure when we get the inside scoop on things in the Transformers Universe but even better when it's coming from the source. Check out the original thread on this by clicking here.

ROTF Trading Card Autographs Revealed Plus More

Transformers News: ROTF Trading Card Autographs Revealed Plus More
Date: Thursday, March 19th 2009 5:53pm CDT
Categories: Movie News, People News, Collectables
Posted by: First Gen | Credit(s): Mario Alejandro, WaxHeaven.com

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Seibertron.com previously reported here that Topps Trading Cards were releasing a collectible trading set for the Transformers Revenge of the Fallen movie.

These trading cards will feature a set of authentic autographs from the cast of ROTF. Until now, the preorder listing for these cards were marked as To Be Determined. But thanks to Mario Alejandro of WaxHeaven.com, those names are now revealed.

According to a post by Mario, Voice Actor Peter Cullen, Optimus Prime, will be featured in the autographed card set along with several other characters. He did not list the others so I asked if he could tell me the rest. Here's what others he had to share:

Shia LaBeouf as Sam Witwicky

Mark Ryan as Bumblebee

Charles Adler as Starscream

Robert Foxworth as Ratchet

and Jess Harnel as Ironhide


Along with the names of the authentic autographs that will be featured in the trading card set there's alot of other goodies slated for release.

IDW Publishing comic art for Transformers: Alliance #'s 1-4 will have a trading set released.

Transformers ROTF Die-Cut Pop Up cards are also scheduled for release that will feature:

Optimus Prime
Megatron
Bumblebee
Ratchet
Ironhide
Starscream
Mudlflap
Sideswipe
and The Fallen!


Other products such as the first movie recap and Temporary Tattoos will also see a release.

More details on the trading sets and images will be posted as they become available.

Optimus Prime Sketch Up For Charity

Transformers News: Optimus Prime Sketch Up For Charity
Date: Wednesday, March 18th 2009 7:06pm CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, People News, Media
Posted by: Raymond T. | Credit(s): andrewwildman.blogspot.com

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Transformers comicbook artist Andrew Wildman has posted on his blog that he has made a sketch of G1 Optimus Prime to donate to March for Babies to raise money for their cause. The following has been taken directly from his most recent blog

"March of Dimes

Optimus Prime Sketch Up For Charity

Last year I was asked to do a sketch for 'March of Dimes'. It is a charity sketching event to raise money for the March of Dimes campaign that raises money to give babies a healthy start in life. All info can be found on their site. The sketching event was put together by Stephen Frank who has a personal interest in the project. Inevitably I was asked to do a picture of Optimus Prime. To check out all the other sketchcards done take a look at the Flickr site. There is some amazing work there.
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Transtopia Newsletter - March

Transformers News: Transtopia Newsletter - March
Date: Wednesday, March 18th 2009 4:17am CDT
Categories: Toy News, Reviews, Site Articles, People News, Interviews
Posted by: Stormrider | Credit(s): Seibertron

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Transtopia Newsletter - March

Welcome to the March edition of the Transtopia newsletter. This month features Repaints, Customs, Scratchbuilds, Featured Art, and an Artist Interview. Shattered Glass characters are very popular this edition. Remember, to check out the Transtopia forum for the latest action.


How to Showcase Your Work
The newsletter is your opportunity to show off your work and talent. We rely on your articles, artwork, and customs to make it interesting. Entries will be reviewed on a monthly basis. You can submit your work here:
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Fan Art
Fan Fiction
Guides


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Want to contribute to help out with the Transtopia newsletter? Join our team. We have a couple roles to fill. Duties require a few hours each month. PM Dead Metal if interested.


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Fan Art - Mykltron
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Do you have modeling or art tips to share with other members? Why not write a guide? Feature tips from - repainting, kitbashing, drawing, sculpting, and even computer graphics: Send an email to Transtopia.Guide@gmx.de for details.



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This month I would like to draw your attention (pun not intended) to sketch by HOWEE74 of TFA Prowl flying TFA Prowl Transforming through the air as he transforms from bike to bot.


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This picture impressed me as soon as I saw it due to the skill involved in drawing it so accurately and the effectiveness of the shading. Originally it was drawn in pencil then overdrawn with a fine pen before being darkened in Photoshop. If you look closely you'll see that some parts (like the windshield) have been edited using Illustrator to create a smooth and shiny effect. You may also notice that the beginning and end pictures are darker than the mid-stages of the transformation.

He seems to have caught these stages beautifully and really conveys a sense of motion. Although each image is so clear and lacking motion, blurring it suggests a slow-motion scene.

It probably took many hours of fiddling and experimenting to find the right poses for each individual picture so please leave him your comments and praise here, I am sure h will appreciate it. Also take some time to look at his other works on his Deviant Art page, there are other great thingsthere.


A round of applause goes out to all of our other art entries from February.


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Do you often think up Transformers stories in your head? It is time you put it to paper and submit it to the Fan Fiction page. Entries will be reviewed monthly.

Remember we have a theme for the month - "Transformers Go To The Movies." What does that mean? Whatever you want. Transformers starring in films, TFs watching films, TFs covered in a pile of DVDs, whatever that topic suggests to you is what I want to see. Funny, serious, romantic, tragic, anything. If that topic immediately makes you think "Oh, that would be a story about..." start writing it down.

A quick recap of the rules (don't worry, there's not many):
1) 10,000 word limit. Rough guideline to start with, I won't be automatically disqualifying anything that comes in over.
2) Decent spelling, grammar and punctuation. Run a spell check over your story, and maybe get a friend to read it before submitting.
3) Be specific as to where/when the story is set. So what continuity is it in (G1 comic, G1 cartoon, Armada comic, etc) and where is it set? Before the events of the show/comic, after, during? If during, where does it fit?
4) Fan characters are fine, but please avoid making them those annoying "I am more powerful than any other Transformer!!!" types. Also, consider if there's an under-used existing TF who'd fit the needs of the story just as well as someone new. Existing characters are almost always more interesting to everyone else.


Send your entries here.


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This month's Artist Interview comes from our friends at TF.SG, who recently interviewed the Transformers artist, Altitron. Many of you know Altitron because he is an active member in Transtopia. Altitron has won several Transformers art contests in the past, including some on Seibertron. One of his current projects has been the box art for Hearts of Steel Optimus Prime, which was presented last month, here.

1. Ok dude, tell us more about yourself like which country are you from, your age and occupation, and maybe attached a photo of you too! Give us more info, the more the merrier!

Well, lets start off with a proper introduction. My name is Brett Wolff, I am 25 years of age, married to one beautiful woman, Lisa, and we are expecting our first child in April, Blake.
I am an American, but do not claim any state in particular as I was a Navy brat, and moved around quite a bit. I myself have been in the Navy going on eight years now, and currently serve my country on a military installation in the prefecture of Kanagawa, on the mainland of Japan.



2. We all know about your fan art and how you have the uncanny ability to mesmerize us. Care to share you how did you get started?
I started drawing when I was about three years old, with crayons and any surface I could get my hands on, be it paper, walls, tables, whatever.

The thing is, my parents never punished me for what I was attempting to do, they just wanted me to keep it on the paper. Once they got that message across (with maybe a spanking or two), they never did anything but help to promote my imagination and desire to create something.

They always encouraged my artwork from the very beginning, even when it was only artwork to them. Twenty years later, and here we are today.



3. So which are your favourite works?

My favorite work of all time is The Coronation of Napoleon and Josephine, by Jacques-Louis David, seen below:

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I have been fortunate enough to have seen this masterpiece in person, at the Louvre in Paris. It is a massive painting, spanning 30 feet high and 50 feet long. It is a truly awe-inspiring work that leaves you breathless.

I am also a fan of anything painted or sculpted by Michaelangelo, and Raphael School of Athens is another of my favorites.
Some of my more modern favorites are the works of the legendary Frank Frazetta. He is best known for Death Dealer, a Black Knight-esque character whose depictions have been used by many bands for their album covers. Frazetta also did many illustrations of Tarzan, from Edgar Rice Burroughs novels. He is the father of modern day pop-sci/fantasy artwork, and I have always drawn inspiration from him.

On the other side of the world, Sesshu Toyo is a favorite Japanese master of mine. His suibokuga, or ink paintings, are beautiful. 6 of his works are regarded as national treasures in Japan.

Growing up with comic books, I always imitated Joe Kubert, Chris Bacchalo, Joe Madureira, and more recently, Adam Hughes.

My first taste of Japanese art came when Chrono Trigger landed on American shores, and I fell in love with Akira Toriyamas character designs. My interest grew in the art I could not find at my local comic shop, and when I was old enough to afford my own comics, I started importing the masters of Japanese manga.

My favorite work from Japan is the 6-tome Akira masterpiece by Katsuhiro Otomo. I am also a huge fan of anything done by Masamune Shirow, like Ghost in the Shell and Appleseed. Kaneda, the Major, and Briareos are some of my favorite characters.

I will also admit that I am a huge fan of the Dinotopia books by James Gurney. The first things that I drew that someone else could identify when I was young were dinosaurs, so when these books came out back when I was 12 or so, they were the greatest things I had ever seen. I still read and flip through them today, and they still bring out that child-like wonder.



4. Any works in progress from your side? If you allow us a little sneak preview that is!

Well, by now I am sure you have all seen the Hearts of Steel Optimus Prime box art that I am working on for Griffiths custom-made resin kit. And if you have not, here it is

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I plan to have that finished shortly, so you can expect to see color teasers rolling out very soon.

I have been working on a series of Transformers pinups that I have titled Civil War.

This is a collection of works depicting desperate battles between some of the brands most notorious rivals. The first of these planned pieces was Shockwave VS Grimlock, which I believe I have shared on the forums, and is included in my artwork collection on the sites photo gallery. I am currently working on Soundwave VS Blaster, so expect to see a teaser of that on the boards pretty soon.



5. We all know you as a TF fan-artist, any plans to cross over to say, fan fiction or customs?

I have been doing customs work for quite some time now. My website has a small section dedicated to it. I got into customizing by way of wanting to repair some of my old and busted G1-era figures. The first of these were Shockwave and Sky Lynx. They were bought in a non-functioning status, and I did what I had to do to get all the electronics and sounds working as they were intended. It only got worse from there.

I've done a Dawn of Future Past Terrorsaur, made from a Beast Machines Obsidian, and I am currently working on what I call Predaking 2.0. I believe that monster has his own thread in the customs forums. I do what I can, off and on in between work, the wife, my addiction to Warcrack, and commissioned artwork, so it is much more slow going than anything else that I get to work on.
I do have the rest of the Decepticon combiners planned for my 2.0 series. I just got my hands on the Classics Special Edition Dragstrip, so I can finally begin my Menasor project. Look out for it!

As for fan fiction, I never really wrote any myself, outside of MU roleplaying back in the day, but if I were to read something that really inspired me, I would not hesitate to bring it to visual life (I am looking at you, TwilightStorm).



6. So do you see yourself as a fan or a collector?

How can you not be both? I love Transformers. I collect Transformers. Everyone in my family knows it. They look out for me. I have toys sprawled all over my room, from G1 to movie,
I am into about anything and everything Transformers-related. My in-laws have been buying our baby silly little Transformers items, so they have not only accepted the madness, they are contributing to it.



7. Having interacted with the folks of TF.SG in the forum section, in your opinion, are there any differences between us and other members in the international TF community?

Everyone seems extremely nice and well-intentioned. I have yet to read through a single thread that devolved into a mud-slinging argument, or any post that contained less than complimentary remarks. There are arguments, but they have always been kept civil and respectable. That is something that is extremely rare these days.

Things sometimes get out of hand on the OTFCCs boards, and I have to pay to post there.

The folks at TF.SG are extremely friendly, and it is very refreshing. Everyone seems much more tight-knit and familiar, as well. I suppose that comes from the majority of the members being able to meet one another in Singapore. Maybe one of these days I will drop by.



8. Oh, by the way, do you have a blog or a website? Care to tell us how they come about?

I have no blog, but I do have a website. Well, two - sort of.
My personal, professional website can be found at the following address: [url">http://www.thepimpsled.com/

I also run a gallery through Deviant Art, simply because it is just so easy to update and keep that way. It is often more up to date than my own website, which takes a bit of time and effort to maintain the polished, business look.

You can check it out by following this link: [url">http://altitron.deviantart.com/



9. Have you won any awards or accolades for your masterpieces?

I won a sweet polo shirt from TF.SG for one of the contest!

I won a monthly art contest at Seibertron.com with my Shockwave VS Grimlock piece.

I won Most Outstanding StudentĀ¢ in my 7th grade art class. And at BotCon, I won a Participant ribbon!

In high school, I won a design contest for my towns annual founders Day Parade, a weekend celebration they hold every year to celebrate the towns founding. I got my picture in the paper, alongside my art teacher and the sponsor of the event. I think that is when my parents first realized that my artwork may actually be worth a damn.

A few years later in high school, when I was a Junior, I entered a few of my watercolor paintings that I had done as a Freshman into a very large competition in central Texas. There were something like 250+ schools represented, and over 3,000 works were entered from all over the state. The gallery only had room for about 500 works, so just to have your art shown was an accomplishment in itself.
Of the three that I entered, all three were shown. One of my works won Honorable Mention honors in a small field of 25 or so, and another placed in the top 6. So I feel I did fairly well in such a large field of competing artists, and with works that were at that time two years old. It was something to be proud of, to say the least.



10. What do you wish to see most eagerly in ROTF?

Transformer dialogue! After the euphoria and wonder of seeing a new Transformers movie in the theatre wore off, I was very disappointed in the first movies lack of character development and screen time for the guys the movie was named after.

All collected, the Transformers had about 5 lines of meaningful dialogue, and 90% of it came from Prime. I really want to see the movie focused on the Transformers. They have eons of history, and each of them has no doubt lived for centuries. I would like the movie to get down and show you who these guys really are.



11. Yes, we know it a cliched type of question, but we would like to know who is your favourite TF character of all time!

Shockwave! I just love the guy, his personality (or lack thereof).
I am a very rational person myself, as my wife would attest. I do not do anything without there being an explicit reason for it. I do not enjoy being wasteful, and I am very prudent in what I do. I see a lot of myself in Shockwave, although I have to admit that I am not /that/ dedicated.



12. What is your favourite TF series by the way? Do you have any favourite toy?

My favorite series to watch would be Beast Wars. G1, while I adore the toys more than any other, had a very kiddy, campy show. Now that I am 25, I laugh at what I see.

Beast Wars, while degrading to slapstick humor at times, still manages to be very gritty towards the later seasons. It gets SERIUS Beast Wars Megatron is probably the best-written villain of any Transformers series we have had. I mean, the guy conquered Cybertron. Who else has done that? Nuff said.

My favorite toy (thus far) is Masterpiece Megatron. I've broken him in two spots (inner lower leg red hinge clip on the first day I owned him, and about a year or so later I cracked some small black piece attached to the die cast 'spine' trying to remember how to transform him, LOL), but I'm still awe-struck today when I look at him.

The only thing wrong with him is that not everything really sits flush and perfect as it is depicted in images on the box and instructions in gun mode.

But it is still a marvelous piece of engineering. Although I do wish that he was packaged with the extended scope and stock as found in the add-on set from... TFSource? Not sure, but I wish he came with that stuff anyway. Mine's got a bit of cosmic rust on the feet, but I actually like it. Gives him some shit-stompin' character, in my opinion. I just think he's the best looking figure in my entire collection. G1 had a great alternate mode - the pistol fit in your hand perfectly - but the robot mode looked nothing like the cartoon.

The Masterpiece version... especially when stood next to Prime... it's like /finally/, everything you imagined as a kid, and in the flesh - or plastic and die cast, as it were. :> I could have stopped collecting Transformers entirely after purchasing MP-05, and I would still be happy today.



13. Given a choice of a massive project which is rather ambitious, what would you chose to do? Any person or people whom you want to work with in particular?

I have a few graphic novels that I would like to write and illustrate in the future, when I finally get around to putting all of my ideas on paper. I sketch characters and locations from time to time, but nothing more than what I would call R&D work for the moment.

I also want to make a full conversion mod for Warcraft 3, turning it into a Transformers RTS. I do not have any experience with 3D modeling at present, but that will change when I get my collegiate schooling nailed down.

As for my most ambitious goal, I have wanted to do a retelling of Dantes Divine Comedy as a series of graphic novels for quite sometime now. I even went so far as to call Penguin Publishing in New York and ask them about rights licensing. Someday, I will get it done.


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