Reb Brown: Captain America Painting 

I recently met Reb Brown, the actor that portrayed Captain America in the 1970’s made for TV movies. We were both guests at the Buffalo Fantasy and Magic Festival. I decided to attempt a watercolor painting of him as Cap, as soon as I learned we’d both be there.  

Reb is a terrific gentleman and very upbeat.   I have to say that looking at his IMDb list mirrors my viewing habits as a child of the 70’s and early 80’s! He was on every major show ranging from “Kolchak: The Night Stalker” to ” Happy Days” with stops everywhere in between. 

We introduced him to Tim Hortons coffee, which is a personal favorite of mine. I think it’s now his as well! 

Anyway, here’s my painting of him ( I wasn’t totally sure which version of the costume to use, but went with the second movie’s duds) as Captain America, which made him very happy. He exclaimed that it was “unbelievable ” and “bitchin’!” while bear hugging me! That made me feel like a nearly invincible super soilder! 

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Author of "Monstermatt's Bad Monster Jokes Vol.1",sculptor,maskmaker,musician,runner,writer for ZombieInkComics,writer for,Coffee Demi-God!
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