And no jokes about “To BALDLY Go…”, please! Once again, Rich Smith has delivered the goods and made me look heroic as a stalwart starship captain in the vein of the Filmation animated Star Trek TV series. Thanks, Rich!
I’ll be in Memphis for MidSouthCon this weekend, see the link on the right side of this page for more information – hope you’ll join me!
The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra’s BOND AND BEYOND concerts are this Friday and Saturday at 8:00 pm at Symphony Hall in Woodruff Arts Center. A celebration of the 50th anniversary of the first Bond film, Dr. No, the concerts feature suites and themes from a variety of Bond and other spy films, with vocals by Debbie Gravitte. Read my story and interview with conductor Michael Krajewski on the ATLRetro website by CLICKING HERE.
I’m attending Friday night, hope to see you there!
Spectrum is GREEN!
Just got this gorgeous illustration of me as Captain Scarlet from artist and pal Richard Smith. Rich is going to be doing a whole series of illustrations of me as my favorite characters for this website, which amazes and delights me. Obviously, I’ll be sharing these here as he sends them along.
I love that he did it in the style of Captain Scarlet comic artist Mike Noble!
Make sure to check out his website at http://www.richsmithillustration.com and tell him I sent you!
I’m heading down to Peachtree City, GA this weekend to check out the first Days of the Dead convention in the Atlanta area. Guests include Roddy Piper, Gary Busey, Jake Busey, PJ Soles (Riff!), Sid Haig, Linnea Quigley, Bill Mosely, director Jeff Burr, the usual extras from The Walking Dead making the most of their fifteen minutes of fame, Crow creator James O’Barr, Barbara Crampton from Re-Animator, and many more.
I’m especially looking forward to the screening of “Dear God No!” at 3:00 p.m. this Saturday, starring my pals Madeline Brumby, Rachelle Lynn, and Shane Morton.
Here’s a link to the show’s website – http://www.daysofthedead.net/atlanta/
Hope to see you there!