The MK V Spulse Rifle Kit is available!
The MK V is pretty much identical to the previous incarnation, but has clean, fresh molds and a working trigger!!
Here are some pics:
Here’s what you get!
So, after over 10 years of making foam latex zombie appliances for movies, I finally decided to offer them up for sale!
So if you’re into Zombies and have always wanted to get your hands on a high quality, professional grade foam latex appliance, now’s your chance!!
Here’s what the appliance looks like….
And here it is applied and painted.
If you’re interested, check out my new Zombie Page! I have lots of different styles and items available!
Ok, final batch of new comics! Here we go!
All Star Western #1. Written by Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray, art by Moritat.
Had they just kept this comic titled “Jonah Hex”, it would be as if they new DC never happened.
This is one of the few comics in the new batch that has at least some of the same crew working on it as before (but who else can really write Jonah Hex?).
A great comic, set in the wild West, starring a Bounty Hunter named Jonah Hex. What else do you need to know?
If you were a fan before, keep reading! It’s like they never took a break!
Week 3 brings us 12 new number 1 comics!!
Batman #1. Written by Scott Snyder, art by Greg Capullo and Jonathan Glapion.
What should have been a re-introduction to the Batman of this new Universe, was instead a drop in on a already established Batman. The Universe of Supers is supposed to only be 5 years old, yet Batman already has a Batcave stocked with 4 Batmobiles, a Batcycle, Batjet, Batcopter, Batglider and his standard set of trophies (Riddler question mark, giant penny, T-Rex, Joker card). He even has an old Robin costume in a case. All in the course of 5 years? Really?
Either way, it’s Batman. And he has a new mystery to solve! Someone wants to kill Bruce Wayne! Shhhh… Bruce Wayne is actually Batman!
It’s Batman. I have to keep reading it!
Week 2 of the new Universe launch brought another 13 books to check out!
Batman and Robin #1. Written by Peter J. Tomasi, art by Patrick Gleason and Mick Gray.
I was a big fan of this comic before the reboot, so I was really looking forward to seeing where this one was going to go.
It starts off showing that there was another Batman Franchise in Russia, and then cuts to Gotham and introduces this Batman and Robin. Starts off fresh with a little re-explanation of Batman’s history.
Big fight scene and even a little homage to those classic Batman style “hanging from a chain over a pit of acid” bit, and this is a comic I will pick up again next month!
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you must have seen that DC Comics has decided to relaunch their entire Comic Book Universe and restart every title at issue 1.
I, like many other morons, decided to pick up each of the new 52 comics to check them out. $160 later, here’s what we have:
As some of you know, I am a HUGE fan of the SPAS 12 shotgun. Not just because it’s only one letter off from SPAT, or that it’s appeared in countless awesome movies (Terminator, Brazil), or even because part of it is the basis of the infamous Pulse Rifle from Aliens.
I just think it’s freaking awesome.
And apparently, so does this guy. He likes it so much, he made a working (and FIRING) Lego version of the SPAS 12!!
I was really looking forward to Homefront when I first heard about it. It’s a new first person shooter for PC, PS3, and X-Box developed by Kaos Studios and released by THQ. But the thing that really got me rooting for it was that it was written by John Milius (who co-wrote Red Dawn), and it was all about…. defending suburbia from foreign invasion!