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I Guess I Drew This


I can’t say I’m proud of this, but apparently I drew this circa 1994 when we were covering Basil Poledouris’ score to the ludicrous Steven Seagal “environmental” action movie, On Deadly Ground.

We never printed it in FSM, but I held onto it and scanned it as part of a “Lost Issue” of FSM odds ends that Joe Sikoryak kindly put together when we were scanning all our print backissues.


I used to draw a lot and I loved comics, especially Marvel and the X-books. One of my favorite artists is John Romita, Jr. and you can see the influence, above...maybe?


Apologies to everybody involved (except Seagal, the jerk).

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Coco ThreeOneFour
Coco ThreeOneFour
2021年11月03日

The drawing was definitely issued, I remember also that the article was, indeed, painting Steven Seagal in a quite positive light, noting his knowledge of music and Basil being really happy to work with him, ending with "Mazel Tov, Steven".

So Lukas, do you draw yourself your storyboards?

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I always liked Lukas' doodles in the pages of FSM, like those Sergio Aragones ones in MAD Magazine.

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caul harry
caul harry
2021年9月29日

But you DID publish this art, I remember seeing it in a '94 issue of FSM! Too funny.

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caul harry
caul harry
2021年9月29日
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It was the first place I'd heard the term "unreleased music gods" (all the bone crushing action left off the Varese album, initially) and still get a chuckle.

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