Saturday, February 27, 2010

Ka-Bala The Mystic One

One Christmas I asked for Transogram's Green Ghost Game and got this instead. I guess my parents either got confused between the two glowing green games or the store ran out of the more popular GGG and they just grabbed this instead(I eventually got one, see this post). Ka-Bala was way more fun to look at than to play, mainly because the little ball wouldn't stay on the track. I ended up using that big eyeball for a bike decoration(my bike was green and had an awesome glitter banana-seat and chopper-style handle bars). Only the koolest kids dared hang out with me, of course...

Friday, February 26, 2010

Teen Titans #3 - Revolt At Harrison High (Pt. 3), Mr. Gasser and The Weirdos - Hot Rod Hootenanny, The Revells - The Go Sound of the Slots!

Like, shouldn't the name of this place be the "License Plate"?...

Wanna read that Batman comic? It's really cool! Go here.

Hmmm, maybe I'll post some Inferior Five...

A helpful hint this may be but it's mostly an excuse to post the following platter-

Thursday, February 25, 2010

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Teen Titans #3 - Revolt At Harrison High (Pt. One), Mr. Gasser & The Weirdos - Rods 'n Ratfinks

So, right in the middle of DC's desperate attempt to appear "hip" & "with it" to the Swingin' Sixties set, they pick an odious, criminal-type Ed "Big Daddy" Roth rip-off for their team of Young Super-Republicans to pick on, Ed Roth being the hero of many a model-buildin', comic book-readin' pre-pubescent & many a
genuine hot-rod and kustom-kar enthusiast.
Smart move? Probably not. Funny? Pretty much...

"Not too cherry but it could be worse, my Surfin' Hearse..."

Here's the first of the three Mr. Gasser & The Weirdos lps that the real Ed "Big Daddy" Roth had something to do with...

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

*Star**Spangled* War Stories #108 - Part Three (That Figures!)

And now, on with our story...

Destroy All Knick-Knacks!!!

Monday, February 22, 2010

*Star**Spangled* War Stories #108 - "Dinosaur D-Day!" Part Two

If you don't already have your bag of li'l army men & your rubber dinosaurs out already, it's because it's bedtime and your mom won't let you, because I'm posting this so damn late in the day because my job sucks, don't they know I have *F*CKING**SCANNING* TO DO?!?!?...
(P.S. - I don't care what Wackipedia says, this thing HAD to have been written by Ed Wood, Jr.!...)

Sunday, February 21, 2010

*Star**Spangled* War Stories #108 - "Dinosaurs' D-Day!"

I never kept up with war comics, probably because of my deep, unabiding abhorrence of real-life warlike activity, but there were a couple of titles I liked, including The Unknown Soldier's appearances in *Star**Spangled* War Stories, one reason being that Joe Kubert was such an awesome artist. Imagine my surprise in encountering "The War That Time Forgot", the continuing feature that preceded that series in *S**S*WS. I'm ashamed to admit I knew nothing of its existence until I wandered into Houston's newest-ish comic store the other day to take advantage of their "50% Off Of Everything" sale(I was all alone in the Silver Age section, believe me...). I could go on and on about how ridiculously absurd *S**S*WS #108 is, but I've already gone on and on too much as it is, so here's Part One of "Dinosaurs' D-Day", it's all there for you see for yourselves. Be prepared to pick your jaw up off the floor,
several times...

Part (World War)Two Tomorrow!...
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