I have never known the pleasure of flying model rockets but these Sci-Fi related kits really tempted me as a kid…
I swear if i ever write a TV series (and I have ideas Hollywood!) I’m going to make certain the cast drives around in a van with the show logo on it.
I’ve never actually owned one of these but they seem well withing my skill set for a change.
Presenting the coolest cross ever toy I’ve seen in a long time, normally I am immune to spaceship models (cause I suck at painting them) but this just broke my brain. More after the Jump: My love for Gerry Anderson’s UFO and Space:1999 could fill a warehouse and to find out IMAI of Japan added […]
1983 saw the Aurora monster models rise again when Monogram brought six of them back for the first time since Aurora folded. I remember being pretty excited to see them again and they would return every decade after that. You can’t keep a good monster down.
For this Friday’s feature, I get kind of personal and explain my love for Planet of the Apes model kits and how they made me the (largely unemployable) man I am today. Join me after the jump! Recently, I spied a lot of Addar Planet of the Apes model kits on Hakes (shop there!). Finances weren’t […]
This is a promotional poster Fundimensions released for the Space:1999 Eagle, I honestly have been smitten with this vehicle since i was five. Some guys love cars, I want an Eagle….
Some day when I have unlimited cash and space, I will own these….
As much as I think that van is the coolest thing ever, I do kind of think that Spidey and Hulk are the Gene Simmons of the Comic world.
Torn right from the pages of Famous Monsters, the Aurora Monsters of the Movies series is easily one of the “top five” monster kit series of all time.
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