New Design For 2016

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 As you can see, if you’ve been here before, I’ve changed things up a bit. I am not really sure that I am doing this site for anybody but myself lately, so this is a post to myself saying that I’ve updated the site’s design 😉 So, just incase you are not me, and you have noticed a change… well this post is rather pointless because you’ve already noticed, therefor you need not be informed. Inversely, if you’ve never been here, Welcome, and this site used to look differently… again, pointless.

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#StarWars Action Figures Doing What They Do Best

 

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Source: Star Wars Action Figures Doing What They Do Best @ RATHER CHILDISH « OUT OF PRINT MAGAZINE

   There are a few great photos in the article linked to above. It is one of the few places that you can still find a few of these awesome images. The article links to a retired WordPress blog by Rather Childish. The owner took all of the photos down back in June of 2014. Originally, there were over 200 images hosted on his blog, I hope he decides to republish them somewhere.

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Photos by Rather Childish

 

As a digital image hoarder, I have an archive of them and they are brilliant. At the moment they are running in a loop on my Chromecast while I am not watching anything. I would repost them for posterity but there is a reason why Rather Childish pulled his images from public access and I won’t go against that.

The Creation of the Original #CaptainMarvel | Earth’s Mightiest Captain Marvel Podcast

   Listen to the Episode HERE. 1. Roscoe Kent Fawcett – the man who gave us the idea behind Captain Marvel. 2. Wilford Hamilton Fawcett – Captain Billy 3. Flash Comics #1 and Thrill Comics…

Source: As Mentioned in Episode 01 – The Creation of Captain Marvel | Earth’s Mightiest Captain Marvel Podcast

Saturday Morning Cartoon Challenge

CoverImage-790x428   As a few of you know, I was born in 1970. Saturday morning cartoons were already of, almost any American kid’s childhood. Until a few years ago it still was. I will admit that there were a few shows I would watch and enjoy. Once the tradition died, though, there was this gaping hole. Sure I could go out and play, or work on a “Honey-Do” list, but damnit if I didn’t miss those damn shows.

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