Tag: statue

  • A Little Dresden

    With the recent announcement that we will be getting the new book, Peace Talks, on July 14th of this year and then Jim Butcher mentioning, on Daniel Greene’s YouTube channel, that Battle Grounds will be coming three months later. I was doing some online searching for Dresden stuff. And as a fan of Jim Butcher’s […]

  • Statue Fix

    Things are still very busy around these parts, what with school and work and life going on. But I did find the time to put the terrible lizard back together. I didn’t put much effort into the repair, just some superglue and a bit of patience. All those wrinkles help to conceal the breaks and […]

  • Extinction Level Event

    A few things to share. 1.) Still having issues keeping the site malware free. I was  going to take it apart and restore from a back-up, but I made the mistake of thinking that the Pro Backup service that comes with my Pro package at Bluehost was actually a thing… it’s not. So I need […]

  • Kull of My Office

    In my continuing efforts to collect and showcase my influences, I have added another statue to my office shelf. There is a statue/diorama that I want, Conan: The Prize by Sideshow Collectibles. It came out in 2010 with a SRP of $290, but you can’t get it for that anymore and I haven’t seen it […]

  • Sword in the Stone

    I picked up this sword and shield from wish.com. The shield looked larger in their pictures, but it’s not in scale with the sword at all. I thought they were cool looking and for $3, I figured what the hell. I had no idea what I was going to do with them, but I like […]

  • Tyrant Lizard

    Peanut butter and chocolate. Eggs and toast. Boys and girls. Somethings are just better as a pair. Such is the case with dinosaurs. If you have a triceratops you have to have a tyrannosaurus to make a complimentary pair. Am I right? Of course I am. So I complimented my Sideshow Dinosauria Triceratops with their […]

  • Three-Horned Face

    Before Star Wars. Before Dungeons & Dragons. Before all the things that pop culture taught me to enjoy, there were dinosaurs. And just like a countless number of children before and after me, I loved dinosaurs. I still love dinosaurs. But it is an allusive love that comes and goes from my mind, like that […]