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An unfortunate side effect of our steeling what's left of our blackened hearts to resist loudly obsolescent actor Sylvester Stallone's impassioned pleas to buy a ticket to Rocky Balboa and help him rage against an ageist Hollywood that callously casts aside the used up, bloated husks of its former action stars is our forgetting that the man is not a mere reader of other people's scripted lines, but a multitalented individual who expresses himself through both his own words and stirring images. Radar has obtained script pages of an early draft of the Balboa script featuring painstaking illustrations of the movie's action rendered by Stallone himself, which offer hope that even when the industry will no longer let him contribute in front of the camera, a prosperous second act as a storyboard artist surely awaits him.