I just need to know where to get one! This would step up my cosplay game ten fold. No, but seriously this is pretty neat. Probably expensive for the time, but it seems well worth it. I would have wanted to wear mine everywhere.
These commercials fueled a young boy's dreams... my dreams. My era of G.I. JOE was all about adventure. War was something that everybody wished to forget. This my explain a bit of the "extreme" sports that my generation got into as we grew older. Many thanks to It Came From Blog for sharing this... Continue Reading →
Misty, and I, had some old comics that were more fit for recycling than collecting. We then recently discovered Jennifer Landa’s, of the Force Center Podcast, decoupage video on YouTube, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yqe2-hndN8I, and it inspired us. I found some old comic book advertisements in some 1978 comics, placed them on a an 8×10 mini mounted canvas and... Continue Reading →
I remembered seeing some previews for this back in 2002. At that point I couldn’t get a WB channel so I never was able to watch the show. Being familiar with Chuck Dixon and Gail Simone’s comic series I know what I would like to expect but I see what I am not going... Continue Reading →
When I first heard of Digital comics my first thought was “Hey, that ‘s pretty cool, but it will never replace the same feel of actually holding the book in your hands and reading it.” That was then and this is now. Over my life I’ve had tens of thousands of comics and it... Continue Reading →
This labor of Super Love is a wonder piece of work. When I was growing up, this was my Superman until Chris Reeves’ forever took George’s place in my heart. That being said, The Adventures of Superman is still a much beloved show, for me. I was excited to hear about this missing show,... Continue Reading →
Check out my "Greedo Shot First" design on TeePublic. This one was pretty fun to make, from lunchtime sketch to full blown design in nine hours. Not too shabby. If I could make t-shirt and sticker designs for a living I would.
This last week I received one of my childhood toys in the mail. It was the 24" tall Mattel Shogun Warriors Raydeen. The proper spelling, from the animated show, is Raideen and that is how I'll be referring to the figure. I couldn't believe the condition that it was in. There are more than... Continue Reading →