Ray was 70 years old throwing his leg up on the piano like it was the 1960's again. He didn't care that it was just another of the thousands of shows he's done. He rocked like it was the performance of a lifetime. That's just the kind of true passion the man had for music and entertaining. I had him sign his book My Life with the Doors. Great read if you ever get the chance.
Guess I'll just always see Steve Rogers as "Cap" and I knew he'd still have a role in the comic. It took me a while to really warm up to Bucky even wearing the uniform and taking on the role. I don't think just anyone can be "Captain America." Nothing against Falcon (I hope this helps bring him popularity and respect) but Steve Rogers is suppose to be a one of a kind person and his character shouldn't be dismissed in the importance of being "Cap." I'm sure Falcon will have some good showings coming up and I think he's got something going with the Mighty Avengers too but Steve Rogers is the man that Thor follows into battle and that's who I follow as well.
@g_man: @longbowhunter: Franco is suppose to be at a convention I'm going to in a couple weeks the East Coast Comic Con (formerly Asbury Park Con). Both me and one of my daughters are looking forward to seeing him. She is familiar with him from Itty Bitty Hellboy. Hopefully we'll get a commission.
I have never seen the Tinman look so awesome. Freddie Williams II really nailed that one. Also really like Joel Gomez's Moon Knight.