As someone who runs several blogs, this is pretty big news. It looks like the world’s biggest stock photo company is giving up the battle and following the trail that Youtube blazed, and will now offer up their images for embedding for free. This is HUGE — unless you make a living as a photographer […]
After an extended break, I’m happy to announce that the League of Extraordinary Bloggers will make its triumphant return next Monday. We’ve all had some time off to rejuvenate those blogging juices, and it’s time to get back to the fun! After much thought and discussion, I’ve decided to keep things pretty much the same. […]
Last week, the newest auction went live over at Hake’s Americana & Collectibles. Every time a new catalog is released, I clear a few hours to devour the pages and see what treasures the crew in York, Pennsylvania has discovered this time around. Usually, I head straight towards the Batman section and branch off from there, […]
I picked up this bootleg figure a couple of weeks ago. It’s just so wrong that it’s right. I have a newfound love of foreign toys produced beyond the reaches of our fine American legal system. Hey Rich, I bet you don’t have one of these in your Super Powers collection!
Over the weekend, I added a bunch of items to the shop including Aliens action figures and Jurassic Park dinosaurs. I’m still working out the kinks with the shopping cart mechanism, so if you notice anything strange with shipping costs or the checkout process, let me know and I’ll make things right.
I am an unabashed fan of the Travel Channel’s Toy Hunter with Jordan Hembrough. The show had me hooked from its pilot episode two years ago and I anxiously await the new episode each week. It’s been a while since we’ve talked about the show here on the site and I thought it was high […]
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Laurent Durieux is a god. Check out his latest work, due to go on sale today at Mondo… Back to the Future by Laurent Durieux. 24? x 36? screen print. Edition of 575. $60. Back to the Future by Laurent Durieux. 24? x 36? screen print. Edition […]
Now this is cool. The original artwork featuring the first ever appearance of Wolverine, by artist Herb Trimpe, on the final page of The Incredible Hulk #180 (1974), arguably the most important debut of a comic book character in the last 40 years is up for bid at Heritage Auctions. “This is indisputably one of […]