Tim Bradstreet

Tim Bradstreet is a literal and figurative titan in the world of comic books, and if his current trajectory stays true, you’ll be seeing his name in the credits of movies, too. It’s become something of a yearly tradition to the stop by the RAW booth, home to Bradstreet and frequent collaborator Tom Jane, as well as visitors like Todd Farmer and creator of “The Crow,“ James O’Barr, who’s consulting on the upcoming theatrical version of his comic creation. Despite being the size and having the general appearance of a grizzly bear, Bradstreet is also one of the nicest guys you’ll ever meet. Our short interview stretched out to twice the intended time and veered wildly off course while a half-dozen or so well wishers and friends popped by the booth. A conversation worthy of the chaotic Comic-Con show floor.

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Thomas Jane as Punisher, by Tim Bradstreet

Hello Friends of Frank! Just recently we brought you the news that at San Diego Comic-Con Tom Jane, Tim Bradstreet, and the RAW Studios crew sent a room full of Punisher fans into a tizzy when they screened a short film about a bad ass stranger cleaning up the streets – only to have it revealed that said stranger was Frank Castle, The Punisher! Telling you about it was one thing, but how would you like to actually see it? You’re in luck, true believer, because we’ve managed to get a hold of the video and you can check it out right here, right now: likely for a limited time, so act fast!

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Tom Jane at Comic-Con

When I arrived to check out the RAW Studios Panel, the brainchild of actor/writer/director Tom Jane and master illustrator Tim Bradstreet, I was a bit early and took a seat for the 10th Anniversary of something called Courtney Crumrin, which from what I could tell, was an innocent enough book as they talked about there being no real cursing, no sex, and a children friendly Victorian something or other. As they went on and as the RAW panel came closer and closer, the room got decidedly more rock and roll as guys dressed as The Punisher came in with girls in tight mini-dresses and the number of beards in the room roughly quintupled. Once our rough and tumble crowd of around 250 people took over the room, it was time for the RAW panel to begin – though some technical difficulties shifted the schedule around and we started with an announcement that the 1980′s anthology series Alien Worlds was being relaunched by the team, with master fantasy artist William Stout on board to rock out one of the first stories: Before & Afta, which will feature dinosaurs!

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All the cool kids who are too cool for Comic-Con and all about trying to be cool by saying how not cool Comic-Con has become try to be cool by going to the cool comic area and buying cool things. Cool, right? But seriously, I always like to put the “comic” in Comic-Con and take a walk around the all the different comic vendors, big and small, and find cool stuff to buy. This year is no different and I found a few things that piqued my interest and raped my wallet. Have a peek into my barely literate world!

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Thomas Jane‘s directorial debut, Dark Country was a promising introduction for Jane as a director, and now three years later, he’s got another directorial feature in the works: a western. Jane described his upcoming film – which is nicely titled A Magnificent Death From a Shattered Hand - as “a classic Western with all the stuff I like it.” Based on what he seems to like, that probably involves men acting like real men. A few months ago Jane mentioned his plans for a possible 3D Western, and when we asked for an update on the project, he said it’ll probably shoot this year, with Nick Nolte involved as well, “I wrote a Western, and I wrote it for Nick Nolte. I sent it to Nick Nolte, and he loved it. I’m hoping to shoot that sucker this year. If it doesn’t happen this year, well, it’s going to happen.” Not only does Jane have Nolte in the cast, but also Jeremy Irons, “I got Jeremy Irons to come in and do a little part. I’m out to a couple of other actors, but I can’t tell you who they are yet.” Jane has already pulled together seven and a half million for the project, but he’s hoping to raise another two and a half, so he can “put this bitch together.”

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In a three-way, melee attack of awesome that will leave you wondering how we removed your heart from your chest without breaking the skin, FSR is gearing up to head to sunny San Diego in order to stay indoors all weekend. Interviewer extraordinaire Jack Giroux, Robert “Fists of” Fure and I will be sharing the experience with you from Wednesday night through a hungover Sunday morning. Pack your bags, dear reader, because you’ll be coming along for the ride. Just don’t believe Fure when he tells you he’s a commercial airline pilot.

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After first seeing it at the San Diego Comic-Con, Robert Fure dances with Give ‘Em Hell Malone one more time on Blu-ray to see how the film holds up.

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Robert Fure talks at length about Dark Country, Tom Jane, 3D in film, and Lauren German’s use of an ice cube.

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Robert Fure decides whether to Give Malone Hell or some sweet loving after catching the first ever screening of Give ‘Em Hell Malone at SDCC 09.

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Robert Fure just checked in with me once again with yet another video blog from his hotel room in San Diego. This time he’s got a preview/review of some raw footage that was shown Saturday night for Give ‘Em Hell, Malone, starring Thomas Jane and Ving Rhames.

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The Mutant Chronicles

We have some great news all around for those of you who are looking forward to Mutant Chronicles, the latest in a not-so-long line of Steampunk-infused, futuristic necro-mutant thrillers.

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Officially Cool

As many of you know, the trailer recently hit the web. I can’t say that I was impressed our excited, but it did put a smile on my face. Our good friend, and comic book illustration extraordinaire, Tim Bradstreet was given a fun little nod in the film.

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Director Lexi Alexander reveals some miniature photos from Punisher: War Zone

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Today, Variety is telling us something that we already knew, but that you may not.

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Thomas Jane is about to seem like an incredibly busy guy. This month, he began work on his major motion picture directorial debut.

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