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The BEST of Hollywood! - Revised

The Best of All Time: Alan Rickman, Maggie Smith, Harrison Ford, Ian McKellen, John Hurt, Gary Oldman, Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine, Ben Kingsley, David Thewlis, Christopher Lee, Julie Andrews, Cary Grant, Benedict Cumberbatch, Leonardo DiCaprio, Matt Smith, Robert Carlyle, Helena Bonham Carter, Angelica Huston, Peter Capaldi, Lana Parilla,  Cilian Murphy, Tom Hanks, Geoffery Rush, Johnny Depp

The Best Actors of Recent Times: Asa Butterfield, Mackenzie Foy, Freddie Highmore, Dylan O'Brien, Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Anne Hathaway, Martin Freeman, Tom Wilkinson, Jessica Chastain, Liam Neeson, Christian Bale, Emma Thompson, Rebecca Hall, Michael Gambon, Tom Hardy, Jared Gillmore, Joel Courtney, Josh Hutcherson, David Tennant,  Karen Gillan, Arthur Darvill, Jenna Coleman, Samuel Anderson, Alex Kingston

The Old Classics: Gregory Peck, Robert Preston, Christopher Plummer, Dick Van Dyke, Ron Moody, Topol, Peter O’Toole, George C. Scott, Jack Lemmon, Peter Cushing, Alec Guinness, Sean Connery

Actors with Amazing Personality and Presence:  Anna Galvin, Cary Elwes, Raul Julia, Woody Harrelson, Robin Williams, Peter Weller, Tony Shalhoub, Jim Carrey, Paul Giamatti, Stanley Tucci, Laura Linney, Milo Parker, Marion Cotillard, Simon Pegg, Anton Yelchin, Brenton Thwaites, Andrew Garfield, Colm Meany, Russell Crowe, David Strathairn, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Ellen Page, Jodie Foster, Cate Blanchett

Most Talented Villainous Actors:  James Earl Jones, Ian McDiarmid, Margaret Hamilton, James Woods, Donald Sutherland, Heath Ledger, Barbara Hershey, Andrew Scott, Dane DeHaan, Katie McGrath, Lars Mikkelsen, Roger Rees, Anthony Michael Hall, Bill Nighy, Pam Ferris, Robbie Kay, Ralph Fiennes, Rebecca Mader, Imelda Staunton, Cliff Simon

Actors Fun to Watch: Meryl Streep, Jim Broadbent, Karen Allen, John Rhys-Davies, Tommy Lee Jones, Jon Voight, Ken Watanabe, Viola Davis, Helen McCrory, Katie Holmes, Hugo Weaving, Robert Duvall

Giants of Fantasy / Sci-Fi: Adam Driver, Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Patrick Stewart, Christopher Lloyd, Michael J. Fox, Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Matthew McConaughey, Andy Serkis, Warwick Davis, Christopher Reeve, Chris Pine, Karl Urban, Zachary Quinto, Ewan McGregor, Leonard Nimoy, William Shatner, George Takei, Ricardo Montalban, DeForest Kelley, James Doohan

Notable TV Show Actors in Fantasy / Sci-Fi: Robert Picardo, David Hewlett, Joe Flanigan, Anthony Head, Richard Dean Anderson, Amanda Tapping,  Brent Spiner, Colin Morgan, Saul Rubinek, Rene Auberjonois, Armin Shimerman, CCH Pounder, Christopher Heyerdahl, Ryan Robbins, Robin Dunne, Jonathon Young

Best Directors and Filmmakers: Christopher Nolan, Jonathan Nolan, David Goyer, J.J. Abrams, George Lucas, Gore Verbinski, Steven Spielberg, Irvin Kershner, Ben Burtt, Tim Burton, Steven Moffat, Mark Gatiss, Adam Horowitz, Edward Kitsis, Martin Scorsese, Damian Kindler, Martin Wood, Alan McCullough 

Best Film Music Composers of All Time: John Williams, Hans Zimmer, Richard and Robert Sherman, James Horner, Michael Giacchino, Jerry Goldsmith, James Newton Howard, Alan Silvestri, David Arnold, Michael Price, Joel Goldsmith 

Notable Film Music Composers: Klaus Badelt, Philip Glass, Howard Shore, Marco Beltrami, Murray Gold, Patrick Doyle, Harry Gregson-Williams, Simon Boswell, Steve Jablonsky, Harold Arlen, Danny Elfman

Fanart because you're amazinggg

I drew you some fanart :) I love your comic so much. It’s awakened my desire and glee when it comes to art. This is the first time I’ve picked up my tablet in a while, so thank you. And I can’t wait to see more of Duane and Sette in your comic :D 

heres the link~ http://saltymushroom.deviantart.com/art/Sette-and-Duane-590171395

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Bills are really tight right now, so every share and commission really helps. I’ll draw anything safe for work, but I’m open to some more mature commissions (I will always be discrete) E-mail me at Milanmckay@gmail.com

COMMISSION POST

Lineart - $15
flat colours - $25
shading - $30
painted colour - $40

Add-ons:

Backgrounds:
basic colours (see examples) - +$5
Detailed - +$15

extra characters (three characters max):
lineart - +$7
flat colour - +$12
Shading - +$12
Painted colour - +15

The Best Characters of All Time in Film and TV

The Best Characters have elements of “hero” and “villain” in them. Trying to determine who is hero or villain is beyond any point. With this in mind here is a list of the Top Characters of All Time, Hero or Villain.

1) Sherlock Holmes (Benedict Cumberbatch; Sherlock)

2)  Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill; Star Wars)

3) Jim Moriarty (played by Andrew Scott, in Sherlock)

4) Palpatine (played by Ian McDiarmid, in Star Wars

5) the Joker (played by Heath Ledger, in The Dark Knight)

6) Rumpelstiltskin (Robert Carlyle; Once Upon A Time

7) Darth Vader (played by James Earl Jones / David Prowse, in Star Wars)

8) Regina (Lana Parrilla; Once Upon A Time

9) The Doctor (Matt Smth, Peter Capaldi, David Tennant; Doctor Who)

10) Han Solo (Harrison Ford; Star Wars

11) Murphy Cooper (Mackenzie Foy, Jessica Chastain, Ellen Burstyn;  Interstellar)

12) River Song (Alex Kingston, Doctor Who)

13) Charles Augustus Magnussen (played by Lars Mikkelsen, in Sherlock)

14) Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp, Pirates of the Caribbean)

15) TARS (Bill Irwin, Interstellar)

16) R2-D2 / C-3P0 / BB-8 (Kenny Baker, Anthony Daniels, various; Star Wars)

17) Amy / Rory / Clara / Danny (Karen Gillan, Arthur Darvill, Jenna Coleman, Samuel Anderson; Doctor Who)

18) The Wicked Witch of the West (played by Margaret Hamilton, in The Wizard of Oz)

19) Alfred Pennyworth (Michael Caine, Dark Knight trilogy)

20) Mycroft Holmes (Mark Gatiss, Sherlock)

21) John Watson (Martin Freeman, Sherlock)

22) Lucius Fox (Morgan Freeman; Dark Knight trilogy)

23) Jim Gordon (Gary Oldman, Morgan Freeman; Dark Knight trilogy)

24) Gandalf (Ian McKellen; The HobbitLOTR)

25) Ender Wiggin (Asa Butterfield, Ender’s Game)

26) Missy / The Master (Michelle Gomez, John Simm, Derek Jacobi; Doctor Who)

27) Severus Snape (Alan Rickman, Harry Potter)

28) Gollum (Andy Serkis; The HobbitLOTR)

29) Barbossa (Geoffery Rush,  Pirates of the Caribbean)

30) Rey (Daisy Ridley, Star Wars

31) Bruce Wayne (Christian Bale, Dark Knight trilogy

32) Cora Mills (played by Barbara Hershey, in Once Upon a Time

33) Khan (Benedict Cumberbatch, Star Trek Into Darkness)

34) Scarecrow (played by Cilian Murphy; Dark Knight trilogy

35) Helen Magnus (Amanda Tapping, Sanctuary)

36) President Snow (played by Donald Sutherland, in Hunger Games)

37) John Druitt (Christopher Heyerdahl, Sanctuary)

38) Ducard (played by Liam Neeson; Dark Knight trilogy

39) Carmine Falconi (Tom Wilkinson, Dark Knight trilogy)

40) Peter Pan (played by Robbie Kay, in Once Upon a Time)

41) The Wicked Witch (played by Rebecca Mader, in Once Upon a Time)

42) Newt (Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Maze Runner)

43) Kirk, Spock, Scotty, Sulu, Chekov, Bones, Uhura (various, Star Trek)

44) Will Zimmerman (Robin Dunne, Sanctuary)

45) Kylo Ren (Adam Driver, Star Wars)

46) the Queen (Anna Galvin, Tin Man

47) Nikola Tesla (Jonathon Young, Sanctuary)

48) Lando Calrissian (Billy Dee Williams, Star Wars)

I've Had a Day...

For the next five and a half hours, or so… I’m staying close to home. No sharp objects. No munitions, or spores.

A little bit ago I was taking out the boy. A guy sees me near the door to the building, bracing for the cold. He says something along the lines of either I wish I didn’t have to take Walter for his walk, or I was cursing the fact I had a dog at all. It was at that point that I even realized that someone might feel that way.

I get home, today. Who’s at the door? Happy to see me? Lowering my blood pressure? Improving my day immensely, just by being himself? It isn’t the guy I met at the door, that day.

The Best Shows and Films of All Time! - Revised

Best TV Shows of All Time (in order) —- (1) Sherlock; (2) Doctor Who; (3) Once Upon a Time; (4) Sanctuary; (5) Warehouse 13; (6) Merlin; (7) Monk; (8,9,10) Stargate (all three shows); (11) Psych

TOP MOVIES of ALL TIME, in order — 

[the asterisk means that the film is all but tied with the one higher]

#1 through 10: Interstellar; *Inception; *The Empire Strikes Back; *The Prestige; *The Dark Knight; *Star Wars IV: A New Hope; *The Dark Knight Rises; *Batman Begins; The Revenge of the Sith; The Return of the Jedi;

#11 through #20: Mr. Holmes; Ender’s Game; *Super 8; *Hugo; *The Maze Runner; *The Fiddler on the Roof; *Contact; *The Truman Show; *Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens; Bridge of Spies; 

#21 through #30:  The Giver; *To Kill a Mockingbird; *Les Miserables (the movie musical); Driving Miss Daisy; Star Trek reboot; Good-bye Mr. Chips; *The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe (2005 live action); *Pirates of the Caribbean #2; Mary Poppins; Arsenic and Old Lace; 

#31 through #40: The Sound of Music; Tin Man (mini-series); Star Trek Into Darkness; Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban; Secondhand Lions; Man of Steel; Pirates of the Caribbean #3; The Wizard of Oz; Twelve Angry Men (1997 TV movie);  The Boy in the Striped Pajamas;

#41 through #50:  Little Boy; The Conspirator; Testament of Youth; The Prince of Egypt; Pirates of the Caribbean #1; Alice in Wonderland (1985 TV musical); Raiders of the Lost Ark;  Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade; Jurassic Park (#1 only); The Hunger Games - #1; 

#51 through #60: Monsters Inc.; Hunger Games #2; The Addam’s Family; Saving Mr. Banks; Holes; Les Miserables (Liam Neeson / Geoffery Rush); The Lion King; Aladdin; The Music Man; Matilda; 

#61 through #70:  The Princess Bride; Inside Out; Peter Pan (2003 live action); The Witches; Toy Story #3; Stargate: Continuum; Stargate (original movie); The Back to the Future trilogy; 

#71 through #80: The Series of Unfortunate Events; The Phantom Menace; The Return of the King; The Fellowship of the Ring; The King’s Speech; Amadeus; Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix; Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince; Wait Until Dark; Dial M for Murder; 

#81 through #90: Hamlet (Kenneth Branagh); Valkyrie; Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2;  Hunger Games #4; Harry Potter #7; Hunger Games #3; Up; Hook; Mulan; The Incredibles;  

#91 through #100: Addam’s Family Values; Alice in Wonderland (Johnny Depp); the original Superman; both Charlie and the Chocolate Factories; The Beauty and the Beast; Finding Nemo; Maze Runner - The Scorch Trials; Spiderwick Chronicles; Oliver; 

#101 through #110:   The Bridge to Terabithia; The Amazing Spider-Man #2; The Amazing Spider-Man #1; The Hobbit #2; The Hobbit #1; Harry Potter #2; Toy Story #1 and #2; Clear and Present Danger; The Hunt for Red October; 

#111 through #114: The Karate Kid; The Muppet Christmas Carol; Muppet Treasure Island; The Haunted Mansion;

NINTENDO NX : Rumeurs et analyse, au pays de l'E3 2016 imaginaire

Les rumeurs autour du projet NX s'accélèrent jour après jour, et certaines annonces et déclarations peuvent être interprétées de manière très excitante. Alors pour cet article, je vous propose un petit voyage dans le temps, direction l'E3 2016. Une vision imaginaire, s'inspirant de tout ce que j'ai lu autour du projet de Nintendo. Interprétant mon analyse et mon opinion, comme ci tout ceci était la vérité.  J'espère que mon article de blog vous plaira, je vous souhaite une bonne lecture, aux pays de l'E3 2016 imaginaire.   Nous sommes le 13 juin 2016, il est 22h (heure française). Demain ce sera l'ouverture du salon de l'E3, le plus grand salon professionnel du jeu vidéo de l'année, qui se déroule cette année encore…

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