Toys That Rock: Opening Acts

Cape by Batman. baldric and sash by Captain Jack Sparrow. Headless five string bass by KISS. Anthropomorphization by the mutagen ooze.
Dragon sports a late ’50s rockabilly hollow body, while Black Manta rocks a custom Flying-V I like to call “The Nuge.”
Givin’ it up for Lucifer.
I call this guitar “Who-Dey.” It’s pretty much my favorite of all the toy guitars I own. That last sentence makes me sad.
Classic pose in tribute to the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll.
“Thank you, Cleveland! Good night!”

Winning

I’m happy to report that although I am almost certain to die alone, when I die I will die with more toys than ANY of you.

Seriously, I could literally not move from this spot and still reach at least 20 different toys. And that’s not including all my video games. It’s ridiculous. I’m like a giant 8 year old. No wonder I can’t keep a woman.

If I get up and take one single step, I can actually get a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle. And not a new one.

Chris reviews Ghost Rider

I’ll be honest; I wasn’t expecting much. Nicolas Cage as a fiery motorcycle demon who wreaks vengeance upon the wicked? I’m not buying it. Then again, the movie couldn’t possibly have been as bad as the trailer made it out to be. To tell you the truth, I really didn’t know what to expect. So what’s the real scoop? Click the pic and I’ll tell you all about it.

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Quentin finally sees Underworld: Evolution and X-Men 3

Okay, so I haven’t seen a single movie this year – I’ve been preparing for a wedding, which is another way of saying “busy and broke”.  Finally, last night, Vickie and I got to rent some movies.  I kept with the spirit of the holidays and stuck with a “freaks” theme: Gothy Freaks (Underworld: Evolution), Cool Freaks (X-Men 3: The Last Stand) and Dead Freaks (Corpse Bride).

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