My idea in starting this site was to have it become a resource for Frazetta fans. I wanted to share a lot of the stories and behind-the-scenes information that adds a deeper dimension to looking at Frank's art and career. I would visit Frank once a month from 1982-2003. It was a 337 mile drive from Buffalo, New York. In 2003 I moved out west and never saw Frank again, although we talked often. After each visit I would sit in my hotel room and reconstruct in note form the adventures and ideas from that visit. I tried to capture the language and verbal constructions used by everybody. It was like transcribing a conversation. I wanted to preserve as much authenticity as possible for future generations and future scholarship. I wanted to write everything down while the details were fresh. Also, I have hours and hours of recorded phone conversations as well, done with Frank's permission. He was honored that someone cared enough. I sincerely hope the Frazetta name will continue to be seen and respected and positioned prominently in art history. The quality is there to warrant this optimism. I'll continue to post as long as my enthusiasm remains intact. The Frazetta universe is vast. I've been getting a lot of very positive feedback. This approach seems to be a good one. As Aristotle said: those that take pleasure in something, want to know all the particulars surrounding it. Frazetta fans want to know about the art, the background, his life, and his overall character. These are all pieces to a fascinating puzzle in progress. The final story of Frazetta will be extraordinary, once all the details emerge. It will be seen as an American triumph and an American tragedy.