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Two Fallen Actors that I loved with All My Heart

Posted by Johnny Marvell on Thursday, November 4, 2010, In : Fellow Actors 
    I've been in mourning for a very long time. After I mourned the loss of my unborn child, I was naïve enough to think I wouldn't have to mourn for another few decades. Boy, was I wrong.
The last time I saw him, it seemed more like my usual premonitions, than something that was actually, physically, happening.
It was Easter, we (many people) had gone off to their separate locations to celebrate with family. I was excited to go to Myrtea (a village where my mother grew up). I hadn't been the...
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The Day Superman Died

Posted by Johnny Marvell on Thursday, October 21, 2010, In : Comic Books 
    The event was widely covered by national and international news media. Superman had been put in real jeopardy for the first time.
I remember my brain was reeling at seeing him pounded again and again, as I watched through a window of the Inquisitor; mass destruction all over Metropolis and Coast City. I exited the front entrance. Running then stopping; not sure what a simple human like myself could have done to help the Man of Steel. On that day, in one moment, when I looked into his eyes,...
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About Me


Johnny Marvéll I tell it like it is (i.e. the truth). If you don't like it, go bury your head in the sand. People bothered by brutal honesty think that everybody is an angel. I'm a concert-pianist and actor. In 1998 I was the only pianist outside of Japan to be invited to the 2nd Pan-Pacific Ban Festival. Also the symphonic ensemble with which I performed there, also was the only group outside of Japan to be invited to the afformetioned event.
 
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