Peter from Hannibal
Davies plays the most wonderful squirrely characters and always does it so convincingly.
Frank Black from Millennium
Nobody's got a face like Hendriksen, its just great. And for a guy who plays these dark and moody rolls he was very friendly and loquacious....quite unexpected I assure you.
Edgar Alan Poe
Here was a warm, pleasant good natured talkative.....oh, ah...nope....no, that was somebody else.
The picture that started it all. Seeings that this dynamic duo was quite literally once of Hicks' first memories, he wasn't about to pass up the opportunity for West's signature.
The man who made the show great. Mr. Reedus liked this drawing so much he took a pic of it for himself....He is such a cool dude!
Azog the Defiler
He is such a nice guy and loved talking about his character and his roll in the movie, and it was such a treat to talk to him. Then a couple weeks after this signing he gets into a kerfluffle in San Antonio. It almost didn't make sense.
The man with great biceps...well, you know, that's the Missus opinion, not...you know, not mine. I got my own biceps to admire so...yeah.
Gordi and Data
Yep, Captain Kirk is the best. Whoop Picard anyday...what... you disagree...lets fight about it!
Crazy people actually do that you know, get into fist fights over who is best....freaking dopes.
Though everybody here in the signature set was pleasant, friendly and sociable Mr. Takei was truly in his element. You get the chance you got to meet him, but be prepared to stand in line for awhile because he talks everybody's ear off.
Hmm, I don't remember the Wookie wearing a collar...oh, that's right, he had a brief and humiliating enslavement to a giant slug.
Fraodo and Samwise
This wonderful little piece is signed by the irrepressible Sean Asten.