THE MADNESS OF ART - EXCLUSIVE MILLENNIUM COMIC STRIP!

Dear friends,

You may have noticed our homepage has undergone something of a make-over with a stunning front page created by campaign supporter and illustrator, Barry Renshaw. As I am sure you will agree, it takes an extremely talented individual to condense the entire three seasons of Millennium into a two page comic strip but Barry has done just that with some fantastic art work to boot.

Just so you can see his creation in all its glory, here it is for your enjoyment. Click the image to open it in a separate window for easy viewing. After you have finished enjoying his work please leave a comment or two for him to see, showing your appreciation for all the hard work people do on our behalf is very much appreciated.

So, whilst we wait, fairly patiently, for a Millennium Movie to be made, why not appease our appetites with a Millennium comic book adaptation, I think Barry presents the perfect case for why this would be such a welcome and enjoyable idea. Read on......




6 Responses to "THE MADNESS OF ART - EXCLUSIVE MILLENNIUM COMIC STRIP!"

David said... April 18, 2009 at 9:37 AM

Really good artwork and very fitting for BTFB. I know I wont be the only one to say MORE!

Robert Sharpe said... April 18, 2009 at 10:22 AM

Incredible stuff, well done Barry! I would love to see a Millennium comic book adaptation, I know Frank Spotnitz said he would be interested in doing such a project. C'mon someone, make this happen, you got your artist right here.

pumpkinheader said... April 18, 2009 at 10:33 AM

Omg, Brilliant. MORE MORE MORE!

Aliatope1013 said... April 18, 2009 at 1:27 PM

This is a totally brilliant artwork! I just love pictures of Frank and Lara Means.

I would love to see more Millennium comics from Barry!

James McLean said... April 18, 2009 at 7:01 PM

Looks lovely. I'm very proud to have that piece of visual narrative blessing the site!

Baz said... May 1, 2009 at 4:55 PM

Hi all,

Thanks for the kind words, I'm really glad people are responding to the artwork and if it brings at least one more person to the cause, then it was all worth it!

As I've mentioned many a time on TIWWA, I'd love to draw Frank in an ongoing comic book format, and doing this recap made me even more passionate to do it. Hopefully someone somewhere will see the potential and grab the rights.

And if Mr Spotnitz fancies writing it, I'd be more than happy to bring his words to life.

In the meantime I'm finishing off some other commercial work but hope to illustate Frank and company again, if only for my own interest, and will be posting it up on my blog soon.

Thanks again.
Baz

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