In this VLOG, I work on a custom G.I. Joe figure and offer up a couple quick reviews (Solar Opposites, Beastars). I also have a question for the viewers and members of the Laundry Room Community (LRC).
In this SUPER SPECIAL Easter episode, I list ten AWESOME rabbits and bunnies from the 1980s. Continue reading “10 Awesome Rabbits From The 80s (Easter Specia”
To help celebrate International Women’s Day (March 8) and Women’s History Month (March), I along with some of WordPress’s best bloggers are teaming up to shine a spotlight on some of our favorite fearless females from movies, comics, television, and beyond.
For my contribution to this celebration I chose the subject of 80s cartoons (Shocker!!). Before I begin let me say that there are dozens of fearless, headstrong, and strong female characters in the world of 80s cartoons. Last year for Fiction’s Fearless Females celebration I did a video for Scarlett, G.I. Joe’s counter intelligence operative and first female character. Scarlett is a very popular character in the world of 80s cartoons, so this time i wanted to talk about some great characters that are lost to time (kinda). Continue reading “5 Fearless Cartoon Females of the 80s”
In this episode I open up some action figures from the 90s. Had these in storage for a long time but after talking 90s cartoons recently, I thought it would be a good time to play with them. Continue reading “90s Action Figures – Unboxing and Review”
In this episode, we go back to a time when independent comic books ruled the world. Their presence was felt in movies, television shows, and cartoons, but this time we’re focusing on the cartoons.
In this Vlog from the road I geek out over the newest season of My Hero Academia.
n this Vlog I talk about the awesome new G.I. Joe figures coming out this summer and the toy collecting woes that coming along with it. Also I discuss the new Gremlins series coming to HBO Max.
In this episode i take another look at weird, rare, and awesome products from the world of 80s cartoons and toys. This time i travel back to the world of He-Man and look at some Masters of the Universe products.
In the second episode of Monster Preservation & Research Society, I talk about the Dover Demon from Dover, Massachusetts and the Fatal Fluffies from the 80s cartoon G.I. Joe.
This week’s theme is animated music videos.
They range in styles and mediums, just like the music itself. The importance of music videos in the 1980s is often taken for granted. With freedom to create “shorts” in many different styles, music videos helped the flow of art and creativity for many people making the videos and watching them. Anyway, on to the videos….