In this issue I look through the fantastic mini-series from DC Comics, Giant Killer. A top notch comic from the brilliant artist/writer Dan Brereton. – and- I play with my very small collection of ThunderCats action figures from the 80s. Continue reading “Issue #30 – Giant Killer Comic Book & ThunderCats Toys”
This is a video that I wish I would have done earlier. Ever since I made and posted this video I have been finding dozens of other great examples of Christmas scenes and themes in films that are not Christmas movies. Continue reading “Christmas In Movies, That Aren’t Christmas Movies”
I don’t have a lot of Christmas themed toys or items to share but I thought it would be neat to look at some Christmas gifts my grandfather received when he was a small child, books. These books were all published over a hundred years ago and it blows my mind that I can touch, read, and even smell something this old and special. To balance out the episode I also grab a Fist Full of Joes Continue reading “Issue #29 – 100 Year Old Kid’s Books & G.I. Joe Figures”
Well it’s that time of year again. Lights are twinkling, there’s music in the air, and i remember some of the times Santa ripped me off. These are some of the toys I remember asking Santa for when i was a kid and for one reason or another they never made it under the tree.
In this issue of IT CAME FROM… MY SIDE OF THE LAUNDRY ROOM I play with some of my G1 Transformers toys from when I was a kid -and- I give a quick review of the arena stunt show, Marvel Universe Live. Continue reading “Issue #28 – G1 Transformers & Review of Marvel Universe Live”
Before they were the powerhouse that they are today, Marvel was a struggling company that was trying to find some way to stay afloat. Marvel took a lot of chances trying to find a way to become finally successful again. One of those chances was to buy an animation production company and start producing animation of their own.