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John Byrne
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Posted: 02 September 2012 at 6:13am | IP Logged | 1  

My "crew" took their final form over the weekend, so here's a peek. Shouldn't be terribly informative!

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Wallace Sellars
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I'm intrigued!
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Steve Gumm
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No one can say JB draws faces all the same, check out the variety! Well my curiosity is peaked! 
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Craig Robinson
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I am simply amazed at the amount of body language this conveys and the illusion of eye contact.  The first thing I saw when I opened the page was France (I'm calling him Proust because I assume that's what his book is) seemingly looking right at me.  Phenomenal.
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Jason Mark Hickok
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I'm in! Looks like an interesting cast there.
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John Byrne
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Well my curiosity is peaked!

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Sorry to hear that! I'll have to work hard to get you interested again.

..... Or did you mean piqued? ;-)

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Dave Pruitt
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So for the movie, I'm thinking: Channing Tatum, Johnny Depp, Hillary Swank, William H. Macy, Lucy Lui, and Denzel Washington.
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Eric Ladd
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For the movie I am thinking all unknowns to North American audiences. I could see using an actor that is recognized in Japanese, French or Russian film, but get strong, unknown actors and let the story drive the project. Although I admit that approach could be all wrong after the story starts coming out and we know more about it. =)
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Time Team.. With guns!
(Err.. Other people watch that show, right?)


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William Roberge
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Fun little game for me is trying to figure out who's the "Brains", who's the "Muscle",the "Boss", the "smart ass" even who's......the "Traitor"!

Then,when I read the book and find out I was wrong on all counts well, thats fun too.

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Philippe Negrin
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I look like France !
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Adam Hutchinson
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So a model United Nations comic...neat!

Looking forward to what appears to be a journey into some original sci-fi material.
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Paul Greer
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I'm all in! Looks like this group with have a very interesting dynamic. 
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Cool!!  I am intrigued! 

This is a neat idea for an early look at a new series.  I remember getting the TV Guide Fall Preview when I was a kid -- the only picture was often just a cast line-up.  I liked guessing who they were on such little information. 




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Greg Reeves
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It's a Hulkbusters book!
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Mike Purdy
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I'm so interested in this!

 No idea what the concept is, but I have already imagined these guys as operatives of a United Nations-like organization. In my mind they are known as Washington, Tokyo, London, Moscow, Paris and Ottawa!  Until we learn more from John, that's just how I'll think of them.  I love the beefy-looking, rough and tumble Canadian! 

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Matt Hawes
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Verrrrry interesting!
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Reminds me of the classic spread introducing all the members of The Howling Commandos!
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It's the world's first home-improvement DIY comic book!
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In my mind they are known as Washington, Tokyo, London, Moscow, Paris
and Ottawa
Uh oh. Now you've done it! You've planted those names in my head!!!
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Jeff Priester
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You tease!

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Kevin Brown
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Curiouser and curiouser....  I'm looking forward to this more and more now.
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Eddie Avila
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Posted: 02 September 2012 at 11:04am | IP Logged | 23  

People see what they want to see, Greg.  I also see Hulkbusters.
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Posted: 02 September 2012 at 11:08am | IP Logged | 24  

…Hulkbusters…

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Well, you all know it ain't them!

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The USA guy reminded me of the Hulkbusters also, although his face is not quite the same.
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