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Stainboy Reinel, 7th annual Southern Fried Sunday, 2013

Stainboy Reinel, Escape From Alcatraz, 2006
TimBurton: Figure Set StainBoy
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Stainboy Reinel, MC5 reunion, 2004

Vicious Intent: The Rock 'n' Roll Art and Exploitation of Stainboy Reinel

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  • In the shorts, Stainboy works for the Burbank police, and at the start of each episode he is ordered to investigate and bring in social outcasts. Many of the outcasts are characters from the Oyster Boy book. Each of the six episodes is under five minutes in length. The final episode had Stainboy living through a flashback to his early childhood at an orphanage, implying the beginning of a larger storyline; although, no further episodes were produced.

    In November 2010, Burton began a new story about Stainboy, on the Twitter account “BurtonStory.” Fans could contribute to the story via Twitter, and the best continuation Tweets of the day would be re-Tweeted by BurtonStory. The project ended on December 6; the full story can be read .

  • Peeling out from the early punk rock scene (and once fronting his own turbocharged rock 'n roll dragster, Nutrajet) Stainboy's Day-Glo color, powerhouse line work and love of pop culture trash have made his eye-assaulting posters a perennial favorite among rock's cutting edge, including Motorhead, Buzzcocks, Sevendust, High on Fire and Nashville Pussy. Dripping with violent wit and dark humor, Stainboy's posters demand immediate attention, armed with loaded guns, busty broads, gleaming street machines and tributes to classic exploitation cinema. Stainboy's dossier has grown to include a diversity of work for clients such as the House of Blues, Fuse TV, Club International Magazine, Signatures Network and music venues around the world. His work is featured in The Art of Modern Rock (Chronicle Books), Swag II: Rock Posters of The '90s and Beyond (Abrams), Electric Frankenstein: High Energy Punk Rock & Roll Poster Art (Dark Horse Books) and countless magazines and fanzines.

    is a series of shorts created in 2000 by director and animated by Flinch Studio. The character Stainboy first appeared in two short poems in the book , also created and illustrated by Tim Burton. The series is Burton's first foray into the genre since .

    My own story and animation of Tim Burton's character, Stainboy.

  • Glenn Shadix ... Sgt. Glen Dale, charity home matron
    Lisa Marie ... Cracker Girl, Match Girl, Stainboy's mother
    Will Amato ... Stainboy's father

    In November 2010, Burton began a new story about Stainboy, on the Twitter account “BurtonStory.” Fans could contribute to the story via Twitter, and the best continuation Tweets of the day would be re-Tweeted by BurtonStory. The project ended on December 6; the full story can be read .

My own story and animation of Tim Burton's character, Stainboy.

Stain Boy was created by Tim Burton,Stain Boy does not have any powers except for the fact that stains come out of his body. Stain Boy is an internet series. The episodes are,"The Birth of Stain Boy", "Toxic Boy", "Staring Girl", "Robot Boy", "Match Girl", and "Bowling Ball Head". All of the episodes (except for 1) name the villains that Stain Boy has to defeat. Sgt. Glen Dale is the guy who tells Stain Boy who to defeat and where they live or stay. In "The Birth of Stain Boy" you find out that less than a week after Stain Boy was born his dad wanted to get rid of him his mom did not want to but she gave up, the last thing she said to Stain Boy was "He's right you are a freak, but remember I'll always love you thats what mothers do." Well thats my comment on Stain Boy, Bye!:)