The thing's they've told me: The fans section!

This is one of my favourite blog categories to update because it's you're category, the little grotto we've tucked aside to share your thoughts, emails, artwork and so on and believe me when I say that everything we receive is very much appreciated. Like the great man himself it would appear that a number of Lance Henriksen supporters are very talented artists and this little gem arrived courtesy of a new friend of ours at our Youtube channel by the name of Kyle which was lovingly created by artist Yayoi Neko, the author of Media Blasters' "Incubus." Check out her fantastic DeviantArt page here!

I was absolutely blown away by this, there's no way on earth I could create anything even approaching the skill and talent on display here and I'm sure you will join with me in congratulating the artist on a rather fantastic piece of art.

Don't let such mastery put you off mind, you don't need to be a budding Van Gogh to make an appearance on our Blog. Taking the time to write to us, telling us about your love of the show and why you want to see Frank Black return is a perfect way to demonstrate the level of support and admiration that still exists for Frank Black and we are always eager to hear from you guys. So as soon as you've sent those letters to 20th Century Fox, put finger to keyboard and drop us a line at

5 Responses to "The thing's they've told me: The fans section!"

Spooktalkular said... July 30, 2009 at 1:19 PM

Wow, that is very beautiful. A very detailed picture of Frank Black, I love how he captured all the lines in his face as well. :) Seems to have captured the real essence of Frank Black. I do wish I could be artistic but my sister got that gene and my brother the musician gene, hmmm... don't know what I got! LOL :) Very nice picture!

Mark Hayden said... July 30, 2009 at 6:04 PM

Stunning isn't it? We have been very lucky that so many Millennium fans are profound thinkers, adept writers, competent artists, video mixing alchemists or spectacular podcast hosts such as your good self. It really is a joy to fling the doors wide open and give such passion a long overdue airing.

As is so often said, and I never tire of hearing or writing it..."This is who we are!"

Jósef K. said... July 31, 2009 at 11:41 AM

This is impressive. I wish I could draw like that. I can draw, but nothing remotely like this.

At first I just thought this was a photograph. Now that's a praise :D

Cheers from Iceland!
- Jósef

Mark Hayden said... August 2, 2009 at 11:58 AM

You should see my 'art' Josef. Oh how you would laugh :)

RSWehman said... August 3, 2009 at 10:36 AM

I about fell out of my chair when I saw this portrait. It is wonderful. Incredible work.

Thank you for sharing it with us.

This Is Who We Are!!
Rhonda Wehman

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