January 07, 2004
I hereby coin the term "tierection"

Here's a brand new Constantine still from SuperHeroHype...

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constantine | from inside the mind of krix at January 07, 2004 11:17 AM .

G O R G E O U S.....*sigh*
Thank you

Posted by: audy on January 7, 2004 12:09 PM



It's a great piccie ain't it!

Posted by: Keanuette on January 7, 2004 12:32 PM

LOL! His tie - his subtle way of confirming our conclusion about right dressage?

Sorry, I'm seeing clues everywhere after reading The Da Vinci Code...(A role I hope he will be offered, btw.)

Posted by: Chianti on January 7, 2004 12:48 PM

Tierection! LOL
This man has the sexiest mouth I've ever seen. :9

Posted by: Zen on January 7, 2004 12:51 PM

So, what happened to Dressage Studies 100? Is there ever going to be a 101 follow-up course? If yes, consider this to be my application!

Posted by: Niobe on January 7, 2004 02:14 PM

ooohh! what an interesting-looking scene... I wonder if he's just done something powerful. Or is that just my imagination? I have to admit even having read a few Hellblazer comics, it's not exactly clear in my mind how he does what he does.

Of course, it will certainly all be changed in the film.

Which, when I see it in the cinema, will inspire me to shout out, "Tierection!" when this scene appears...hee.

Posted by: bakednudel on January 7, 2004 02:56 PM

What nice definition. Yours and his.

Nice as it is, I can't help wishing that they had taken this shot two seconds earlier.

My tinglin' spider senses say that this movie will RAWK majorly!

Posted by: Sunny on January 7, 2004 03:03 PM

...oh, krix, congrats to the custom title!!! ;-)

Posted by: Niobe on January 7, 2004 03:16 PM

krix, I'm guessing by the title that you *have* had your coffee. :)

Very original & VERY funny. Another one for the krix-ionary!

Posted by: r.j.girl on January 7, 2004 03:29 PM

teribbly clever, a krixism and a damn fine one...

Posted by: tess on January 7, 2004 03:36 PM

The angry determined look just makes me all creamy.

Chianti, Thanks for reminding me I need to put that book in my queue, I've heard good things about it.

Posted by: krix on January 7, 2004 03:39 PM

My computer must have caught the same bug I did. I saw this picture the first time I logged onto the site. Now, on repeated viewings, the picture is gone. Damn.

I am half-way through The Da Vinci Code. I never thought semiotics would be so enthralling. I wonder if Keanu has read it?

Posted by: Melissa on January 7, 2004 04:18 PM

That's peculiar.
I just checked and it's still on the server, although the server may be fussy for whatever reason.

Posted by: krix on January 7, 2004 04:26 PM

krix, I think it is just my computer because some pics in previous entries have also disappeared. Not all, just some. Weird.

Posted by: Melissa on January 7, 2004 04:45 PM

Melissa, I had that problem when I was looking through the archives for blue-eyed-ke. After a bit, most of the pictures disappeared. I decided it had to do with memory in my sad old computer.

Posted by: bakednudel on January 7, 2004 06:53 PM

what, there's a tie in this pic? i can't get past his eternal face...the man is truly sublime.

Posted by: lori on January 7, 2004 07:07 PM

Yeah, thanks nudel. I pretty much figured the same thing, even though my puter is ONLY two years old and has quite a bit of RAM even by today's standards.

Posted by: Melissa on January 7, 2004 07:43 PM

A happy belated Wonderful Year to you, krix, as you make this
yet another sensationally Happy New Year for us all!
Thanx for that major accomplishment,
and for keeping us posted on all the Constantine developments.

BTW, DaVinci Code was a sensational read.
And I could soooo see Kanu contributing
his brilliant acting talents to that project.

Posted by: phoenix 98 on January 7, 2004 11:15 PM

HAHAHAHAHA! I'm having a visionary week... I just KNOW that two seconds after this shot was taken, the tie hit him squarely in the face and nearly poked his right eye out!

It took sixteen takes to get this scene done, because it happened again and again and after take 10 he started laughing out loud as soon as the wind machine was switched on...

At one point, he even had to sit down in his trailer for a couple of minutes to have a look at his beat-up old copies of Hellblazer, to get that angry determined look back.

Um, just another way of saying that I LOVE this pic...

Posted by: Maddi on January 8, 2004 05:29 AM

That was hilarious Maddi, I laughed out loud reading what you posted.
I have also read the DaVinci Code and loved it. Will probably read it again. It would be awesome if they made it into a movie and got Keanu to play the leading role. Wow. One can dream.
Can't wait for Constantine to come out. :)

Posted by: toriane on January 8, 2004 06:40 AM

Nice vision Maddi! This one picture has certainly provided a lot of humorous interpretation!!

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