I’ve been milling over the idea of getting my GI Joe figures back in shape. The rubber o-rings that hold them together have decayed/snapped on many of them, so they are either way too loose to display, or they are in three pieces hanging out at the bottom of the storage tub I keep them in. I have no idea what I’m going to do with them after I get
I finally got around to putting the Shurakoma Yo-Kai Watch model kit together a couple of weekends ago. It was fun to revisit that part of my life: model building. Aside from the random kit I may have put together over the years, or the Warhammer 40K minis I started messing with a couple of years ago, I haven’t really messed with model kits since I was in high school.
My collection has grown in just a few short weeks! My parents brought up my old Super Powers Flash still on the card (though pretty banged up), and I bought a few off ebay since Springcon. I think I’m pretty much done for a while at this point, though I’m always looking when I’m out and about.
Springcon! I spent Saturday morning over in St. Paul on the state fairgrounds attending an old fashioned comic book convention. I used to go to comic conventions fairly regularly in high school, but I barely remember anything about them, sadly. This was my first Springcon though, and after a rainy start, it turned out to be pretty awesome. Getting over to St. Paul was pretty rough. I wanted to get
I’ve been trying to clean up and organize my place in anticipation of my parents heading up here in less then two weeks. I quickly realized I had no real place to put all of my Flash figures, so I had to move the Ninja Turtles to the book shelf so these guys would have somewhere to go. There are two more that are currently missing from this photo. One