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My very first website was just a collection of Ultraman images back in 1996. It was pure joy teaching myself HTML and reliving my love of my very first superhero, Ultraman. Over twenty-five years later, I am doing far less HTML based coding, but I am still an Ultraman fan. Right now, I allow myself to collect Bandai Ultra Monster/ Hero 500 series Sofubi Spark Dolls. If you want to know what to get a guy who has next to naught, and you have an extra sofubi lying around, send it to me ^_^

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Universal Monsters: Creature from the Black Lagoon Giant Peel and Stick Wall Decals

Hmmm… Do you think Mrs. Multiverse will let me have one of these for the Bathroom?

Disclaimer: I get store credit from Entertainment Earth for every item purchased via affiliate link. Why store credit? That’s how I set up my account when I was collecting everything and had a place to house it all in. Now anything I “purchase” from EE either becomes a gift, is resold, or is one of those rare items that I attempt to make space for.

Sale on My TeePublic Shop – 1500 Designs and Counting

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Sale on My TeePublic Shop - 1500 Designs and Counting

Today I hit 1500 designs on my TeePublic account. Not all are winners, but there are a few that some folks have really enjoyed. I still have yet to see one of my shirts out in the wild, but I have a few friends who have sent me photos of them sporting my work. This weekend TeePublic is having a sitewide sale so if you ever wanted any of my designs as a coffee mug, a sticker or some sort of wearable, please check the sale out. Right now, it’s one of my main hustles and I love doing it. That’s all for now… I am going to get back to designing now. Cheers!

Aurora, A Hobby for Everybody

Today I want to reflect on the old-school model kits by Auroroa. Before we had screen or page accurate toys that we could just pull out of the packaging and get our play on with, there were model kits. While even these were limited, they were far better than most of the rack toys that were available to the majority of kids back in the 60s and 70s. I can recall getting the Aurora Godzilla model and working for hours on it. Now being subtle with glue and paints were very foreign concepts to me as a seven-year-old… thus most of my model work was muddy and was a bit disappointing as a final product. Even as an artist, I will not touch a model to this day after my childhood experiences. Most of my modeling after my major fails just centered on crafting the model, using a few of the water-slide decals, and calling it a day without any paint whatsoever. So, I guess I am reminiscing more about the idea of Aurora models and less about my experience in the assembly of those products.

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