[h=1]PIC: British â€˜Breaking Badâ€™ fan gets Heisenberg arm tattoo in tribute[/h] [h=2]The sleeve tattoo of Bryan Cranstonâ€™s face â€” along with a gas mask, guns and stacks of Benjamins â€” is John Edgertonâ€™s way of making the hit TV show last.[/h] [h=3]By Lee Moran / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS[/h] [h=5]Friday, October 18, 2013, 11:38 AM[/h] [h=4]Courtesy John Edgerton[/h] [h=4]John Edgerton has a tattoo of 'Breaking Bad' character Walter White's alter ego Heisenberg. Next up: A tat of Jessie Pinkman, of course.[/h] This Brit is just mad about 'Breaking Bad.' So mad, in fact, that he got the image of Walter White's criminal alter-ego Heisenberg tattooed across his entire arm. John Edgerton, from Stockport, central England, said he was "devastated" when the hit show finished last month â€” and wanted to pay tribute to its "incredible" cast of characters. "It took over my life, I watched the first two seasons in three days," he told the Daily News. "It was constant, I was hooked on it and I was addicted." "I watched the ending with my partner Danielle, and if she hadn't been there I'd have probably shed a tear," he added. "It was like someone close to me had died. But I manned up." [h=4]Courtesy John Edgerton[/h] [h=4]John Edgerton â€” father to 5-year-old Jack â€” says he and his partner, Danielle, binge-watched the show together.[/h] Edgerton, dad to 5-year-old son Jack, spent four hours having the intricate image of Bryan Cranston's fictional White/Heisenberg portrait inked onto his arm. "It didn't really hurt, apart from near my wrist by that little vein. The shading, where he used a big needle, stung a bit as well," said the 34-year-old telemarketer. But the masterpiece isn't finished yet, he said. He's hoping to add a portrait of Jessie Pinkman, played by Aaron Paul, into the mix. "I've just got to figure out how to do it," he said.