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Matt Rose – Remembering an Industry Leader
" ... and that’s where I met Matt," remembers Steve Wang, "who was this skinny, Charles Manson-looking kind of guy, with super-long hair and a bandana. He was very quiet, but there was this amazing assortment of masks sitting on a table, and when I asked Ralph about them, he said, ‘You should ask that guy over there, because he made them.’ I struck up a conversation with Matt about his masks and as we started talking, I said, ‘Who are you into: Iron Maiden, Ozzy, Black Sabbath … ’ and he calmly said, ‘Bach, Vivaldi, Beethoven … ‘ That’s when I realized this guy was a little different.”

Roque Cozzette and Sheila McKenna – Artistic Kinship
“With color theory at the core of every make-up application, it was my goal to choose colors that would represent the original painting yet not interfere with the modern direction, look and style,” says Sheila McKenna, president and founder of Kett Cosmetics. “We discussed every step, shared ideas, some better than others, and worked together towards the same end goal. Co-creating is an arena that has twice as much creativity fueling it, provided that egos are left at the door and minds are open and flexible.”

The Return of Hellboy
To be fair, Hellboy was never really gone. Created by writer/artist Mike Mignola in the early ’90s, the character has steadily appeared in a popular string of graphic novels over the past decade and a half. And while a certain vocal minority of nay-sayers has decried the notion of anybody but Perlman playing the character onscreen, comic book fans would be quick to point out that quite a number of high-profile creators have chronicled Hellboy on the printed page.

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