My "new" piece has finally arrived, I am pretty stoked about this one! The Real Ghostbusters' Highway Haunter, by Kenner, is a very fun toy. Shaped like a Volkswagen Beetle, this vehicle harbors a horrifying secret. Press the head rests on the car seats down and the once benign bug turns into a giant… Continue reading Real Ghostbusters: Highway Haunter (1987) by Kenner… More Than Meets the Eye!
Autumn is nearly upon us, mere days away in fact, and every year I feel the need to revisit the works of Tolkien. It's possible that it is some feeling of solidarity with the Fellowship who began their long journey around this time of year. Who knows. What I do know is that when… Continue reading Autumn is Nearly Upon Us, and My Annual Journey to Middle Earth Beckons
This our most desperate hour. Help us Obi Wan, you're our only hope. One of my favorite designs in my TeePubic shop.
I've been a fan of Legends of Tomorrow since it first aired. It was unique and quirky, in other words it shouldn't have ever existed. Fortunately there are execs at the CW who apparently are into taking chances. After all of these seasons Legends come and Legends go, and a few have made the… Continue reading Rewatch: Legends of Tomorrow
 It was pointed out that Netflix is only starting with one show as a weekly release. This will be done as an experiment. Short of dropping prices, which I am confident that they will not/can not do, releasing all of their new content weekly is the one easy answer to keep subscribers coming back… Continue reading Bye Bye Binge Watching
In the comics, Hawkeye was never a favorite character. He was always a Green Arrow analog to me. His one interesting feature was that he started out as a villain. Due to my aversion to large crowds, and poor timing, I have only just recently watched Avengers: Endgame. I was blown away by… Continue reading A New Appreciation for Hawkeye
This is a piece that I have been refining since last Thursday. Namora went from a rough sketch break, to a larger piece then I started over on to this one. In this case, I went too far. Too much ink and too much whiteout. She looks a lot better in this flash photo… Continue reading Long before Mera, there was Namora of Atlantis