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 Fame: Ian Somerhader # 1,
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Allen
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Posted - 11/04/2013 :  12:30:46 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote Bookmark and Share

Comic: Fame Ian Somerhalder # 1
Writer: Michael L. Frizell
Penciler: Manuel Diaz
Colorist: Eva Castelli
Letterer: Dave Hopkins
Cost and Publisher: 3:99, Bluewater Productions (24 pages)
How to get comic:
http://www.comicfleamarket.com/servlet/the-522/Fame-cln--Ian-Somerhalder-%28PRE-dsh-ORDER/Detail
Publication date: October 20th, 2013


Story is told through Ian Somerhalder.
Ian learned acting Ian Meisner technique. He learned to enhance spontaneity in a scene. This technique was pioneered by Sanford Meisner. It teaches to engage fellow actors... to allow for vulnerability. He studied this at age 17.
Ian Somerhalder was in Season 1 of "Lost."
"Vampire Diaries", 2009 to Present.
"Smallville" Season 3. Year 2004.
Season one of "Young Americans" Year 2000.
"Marco Polo" in year 2007.
Ian mentioned " Acting grants me an outlet to discuss the important things that make a difference, that mean something. Also, gave feelings on real life like oil well accident.
(BP oil spill.)
I noticed talk about IS Foundation. (Ian Somerhalder). The foundations mission is to empower, educate, and collaborate with people dedicated to making a positive impact on the planet and it's creatures.
Vulnerability is what pushes Ian Somerhalder in his acting.
The issue also talked about some of the things the "fans" do not know about him. How he broke into modeling business. How got break into television. How Ian's Mother used every penny of her own money to put him into acting school.
The issue ended with reasons Ian wants to stay working on television. He want's to be part of that. To be in the moment, present. That is "Fame."
The artist did great job drawing issue. It was great complement to Michael L. Frizell script.


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