I have promised one new post per day for as long as I can go. So far today makes that 18 in a row. I don’t intended to stop anytime soon. But doing so does require me to play around with posts I normally would upload.
LEGO JUSTICE LEAGUE: Knightcrawler Tunnel Attack 76086 REVIEW
Set number 76086, $69 from Big W at roughly .11 cents per brick
622 x pieces
4 x mini figures
5 x total bags
1 x instruction booklet
1 x page of stickers
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Before I begin, this was originally a follow-up post to something I wrote over a year ago. It was left unpublished and will maybe one day see the light of day…but not sure yet.
After twenty years of buying and collecting comics, I’m going to stop and spend my money on something else.
As I have mention in some of my blogs in the past, I have been actively collecting a selection of Marvel comics since the mid 1990s. Spider-Man, and anything related, throughout that time I usually picked up. And during that twenty plus year period, buying comics has cost me thousands of dollars and years of entertainment. Characters in comics have been friends as well as inspirations. Yet, as I have found lately, comics have just turned to garbage.
Son Of Batman REVIEW
Director: Ethan Spaulding
Based on: Batman and Son by Grant Morrison and Andy Kubert
Written by: Joe R. Lansdale
Starring: Jason O’Mara, Stuart Allan, Thomas Gibson, Morena Baccarin and Dee Bradley Baker
Plot: After Deathstroke attacks and defeats Ra’s al Ghul, Talia takes her son to safety delivering him to the one man she can trust apart from father; Batman. Talia introduces her son as, Damien Wayne, son of Bruce Wayne and leaves Damien in his care. During this time, Batman takes Damien under his wing as the new Robin, against the Master Assassin; Deathstroke.