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  1. Not a fan of that particular look for Ronda, which is fine as I have the Ultimate and don't need another anyway. I HAVE been waiting for that China though.
  2. You are correct sir! I was just about to point that out. But at least it's something besides narcissistic "influencers," has been comedians taking advantage of the pandemic to rejuvenate their stale brand (lookin' at you Titus), true crime, and creepypasta. God, Youtube can really suck when they put their minds to it.
  3. I don't know about a "Corporate Face," but as far as S--t-Eating grins go, this guy is set for life.
  4. Terminator and Aliens are cool and all, but dang if Adventure Inc. isn't one of my all-time favorite shows. It'll be cool seeing Bien in a show again.* * Now can we get a little somethin'-somethin' for Karen Cliche?
  5. That's the thing isn't it. Most of the people who contract COVID suffer only minor symptoms. Further, many of those infected have already recovered. Quarantines have nothing to do with it, it's just running its course.
  6. The same thing that happened last June . . . or the one before that. Sha-la-la-la-life goes on.* Once we get this pesky pandemic licked, I think we've all got a Hell of a party coming. As for the pix, cover her from head to toe in gold armor, plop her in front of an epilepsy inducing kaleidoscopic nightmare back-drop . . . and Gal is still hot. Can't wait for this one. * Did I use enough "las?" I can never tell!
  7. How messed up is it that most of the products used in this pic are more sought after than the figures used?
  8. Pretty sure that Ronda is just a stripped down redeco of the Ultimate version from sometime back. It's still a great figure though.
  9. Just heard Lyle Waggoner died in his California home this morning. Obviously best known as Steve Trevor and Steve Trevor Jr. on the Wonder Woman television series, he was also a member of the troupe from the Carol Burnett Show (though he was constantly overshadowed by Harvey Corman and Tim Conway.) He also predated Adam West in a couple of screen-tests for the 60s Batman series. Of course he didn't spend all his time playing sidekicks and supporting characters. He was apparently a shrewed businessman. Inspired by the luxury trailer the producers put him up in while filming Wonder Woman, Waggoner bought one of his own and rented it to TV and movie productions around Hollywood. Before long, he parlayed that into an entire fleet of similar vehicles under the name "Star-Waggons." So while most actors are hunting for the next paycheck after the cancellation of their show, Waggoner retired from acting, living in luxury and raking in millions. Not bad for a guy known mostly for a pair of 40+ year-old TV series. Mr. Waggoner, you will be missed.
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