Topic: Other Non Comics Works
TODAY'S 'MAIN FEATURE':
This is another "Spotlight On..." blog in a series of blogs I have posted during the last two years!
I recently became aware of Bryan Reesman's works after winning a prize by subscribing to his blog via Facebook. It was a DVD that Tina and I just viewed last weekend matter of fact! Thanks again Bryan!
So being curious, I checked further into Bryan's Facebook profile, finding that Bryan also does more than just posting blog posts on a regular basis. He actually is involved in numerous activities that I will list later on in this post.
The following text and the photos supplied for this post of mine came from his blog. I'll give you the main link to all his activities and blog at the end of this post.
The main reason I chose to pick the following blog post and the photos out of all of his activities should be apparent to those of you that have been reading my own Blog for a while! Bryan's blog post was about one of the artists that I enjoy seeing also in person, and one that just doesn't receive enough acclaim in my opinion!
Here's Bryan's post:
"One of my favorite comic book artists growing up and the greatest artist ever to draw The Incredible Hulk, Herb Trimpe has always had a signature style that dazzled me. I recently interviewed Trimpe for ADD, but beyond that the one thing I really wanted was to have my likeness sketched by him.
I did not have time while I was attending New York Comic Con this past February because I was busy on assignment.
So when the Big Apple Comic Con rolled into town last weekend, I made sure I attended and got what I craved.
Trimpe admitted that he had not sketched someone on the spot in awhile, so I felt honored that he took a shot at it. Both he and I were pleased with the result! It’s the closest I’ll get to looking like a real superhero."
Great blog post, Bryan! Thanks for sharing that AND allowing me to repost it here! BTW, Bryan's own Blog is at:
Oh, and I did say that this post is a 'Spotlight On... Bryan, right? Well...Below is a little about Bryan Reesman:
Freelance journalist Bryan Reesman immerses himself in pop culture: Film, television, music, theater, graphic novels, and toys. From darkened movie theaters to the bright lights of Broadway, he covers it all.
His credentials speak loud and clear:
Bryan has penned cover stories for American Way, Razor, Relix, Grammy, ToyFare, Metal Edge, Stage Directions, Goldmine, and many other publications.
He was the Consulting Editor for the September 2007 relaunch issue of Metal Edge, for which he contributed the Tool cover story. It is the longest collective interview in the elusive group’s 17-year history, clocking in at nearly two hours.
Recently promoted to New York editor for Stage Directions magazine, Bryan has also served as a Contributing Editor to Keyboard magazine.
He is a columnist for Metal Edge, Stage Directions, and Projection, Lights & Staging News, and he was a panelist at the 25th annual CMJ New Music Marathon in 2005.
Various assignments have taken him to England, Germany, Norway, Denmark, Tenerife, British Columbia, Belgium, Monaco, and the Czech Republic.
A voting member of the Recording Academy, Bryan has written liner notes for heavy metal legends Judas Priest, Black Sabbath, AC/DC, Dokken, Aldo Nova, and Yngwie Malmsteen, among others.
Bryan recently contributed over 1,200 questions to the Caddyshack and Killer Trivia board games from USAopoly.
For three years he was the U.S. correspondent for Malcolm Dome’s weekly “Nu World Order” radio broadcast on Total Rock.com. He has been interviewed by ICE Magazine (U.S.), El Pais (Spain), and Spotlight Magazine (Germany).
Bryan’s diverse tastes and in-depth knowledge of pop culture have made him a sought after entertainment journalist by dozens of media outlets over the last decade.
Whew! When I said a "little about Bryan Reesman", it actually turned out to be a 'Lot'! Bryan is a busy guy!!
You can see ALL that he's doing by going to his own web site at: http://www.BryanReesman.com. There are multiple pages of what he has accomplished and is currently working on!
My thanks again to Bryan for sending me the DVD prize I won AND allowing me to re-publish in different format his encounter with Herb Trimpe!AND...My thanks again to all of YOU reading this blog and our archived blog posts!
Oh, and if YOU enjoyed today's Spotlight Feature...The following are just a sampling of others that I have 'Spotlighted' in my Blog:
Join us again soon, as we publish another 'Main Feature'. And don't forget to check out the 'Featurette' shown below this 'Main Feature' article at the bottom right!
~ Michael D Hamersky @ ComicBookCollectorsBlog.com
Note: Comic books like the ones mentioned above, can be found at our own web site for sale at: