Imagine a world in which every death is caused by rollercoaster decapitation.
A world called Awesome.
What a shame, he never should've went back to get his hat.
It is good to carry some powdered rouge in one's sleeve. It may happen that when one is sobering up or waking from sleep, a samurai's complexion may be poor. At such a time it is good to take out and apply some powdered rouge.
Given that he became popular around the same time Joe Mad, J. Scott Campbell, et al. did, he's one of the guys who not only had a distinct style dialed in, but substance to boot. Never was a big fan of Witchblade or Fathom in terms of plot but MAN...he was GREAT with drawing!
But I digress, even though I've grown away from it, I really liked his stuff for a while, plus he was a cool guy by every account. It's a shame he had to go so soon.
Last edited by Bacon McShig; 30 Jun 2008 at 01:40 PM.
...But yea, sucks that he died so young.
Witchblade was one of the first comics I bought, along with Gen 13 and such. I lost interest a few years back, but the news on Michael Turners passing does sadden me, his stuff actually influenced me back in the days. RIP Mr. Turner.
welcome to last year, noob