Tag Archive: tribute

Jun 14 2017

Farewell, Ol’ Chum. Remembering Adam West.

J1 fans, a dark hour has befallen the comic world and geek community. Actor Adam West has passed away. He has played many roles over his seven-decade career but he will be best remembered for portraying one of the most iconic characters in comics—Batman. Born September 19, 1928, Adam West’s (real name William West Anderson) …

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Dec 28 2016

May the Force be with you…always. Remembering Carrie Fisher.

It’s a sad day in the Geek World. Carrie Fisher, best known for her role as Leia Organa in the Star Wars franchise, has passed away. Beside saving the galaxy from the Empire, Fisher has starred in several other films including the 1975 comedy “Shampoo” with Warren Beatty, Julie Christie and Goldie Hawn, the musical …

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Dec 18 2015

200 pages of J1 Studios FAN ART from over 30 COUNTRIES for FREE to download!

After the success of the J1 Studios Tribute Book Volume 1 from 2011, we decided to try again. So the 1st volume was 50 pages with various art from around the globe, to (with Volume 2) being a 2012 fan art book that’s over 200 pages long with art from over 30 countries of their …

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Jul 03 2015

Download the 1st J1 Studios Tribute Book, made by fans, for FREE!

Fans from all around the globe sent in fan art of their favorite J1 Studios characters to us and we decided to put together our first book. To our surprise we thought it would be about 10 pieces of work, but it turned into a 50 page book very fast! We had to show off …

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Feb 28 2015

“Live Long and Prosper.” Remembering Leonard Nimoy.

Leonard Simon Nimoy was an American actor, film director, poet, singer and photographer. He began his career teaching acting classes in Hollywood and making minor film and television appearances through the 1950s. Nimoy starred in several television shows such as “Mission Impossible” (1969-71), hosted the documentary series “In Search Of…” (1976-82), narrated the science show …

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