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  1. Beanie Babies I understand. At the end of the day, there basically stuffed animals. Stuffed animals have been around forever. I have a couple myself. Those Pop things totally mystify me. They're not cute, they're not cuddly, they have no play value to speak of, and in most of the collections I've seen they're still in their package on somebody's shelf. If I wanted to collect something I can't touch to hang on my wall, I could just gank pictures from this very website and print 'em out. I'd save a fortune in money and a lot of space.
  2. Huh, that's the way I watch the Super-Bowl . . . well, the Super-Bowl ads. I'll probably just wait for the write-ups afterward. I just can't drum up the interest to put forth any special effort to watch, especially if all they discuss are more vague hints about "The Coming Thing," over-priced "Deluxe" and "Exclusive" figures. Just not in the mood for it.
  3. Yep, still on Netflix. If you're not sure about taking the dive though, don't waste much time struggling with the decision. Even ignoring the sociopolitical issues, the writing alone is worthy of a hard pass. I've seen porn parodies with better storytelling.
  4. Hey guys, come on! You've got a whole season to fill, pace yourselves. No need to burn through all your cliches up front.
  5. That's the beauty of these short-form series. If it's gold, you've got the next Stranger Things or Cobra Kai. If it tanks, you're out a minimum investment.
  6. Considering I can remember entire episodes going all the way back to season 2 where Supergirl was little more than a background character, I say Melissa has gotten hosed for most of the series. That being said, the woman sings, acts, she's hot while still exuding a girl-next-door likability, and has an impressive fan-boy following: the CW is crazy if they send her packing.
  7. Artists say you never give up on a painting, then again, sometimes all you can do is throw on a new coat of gesso and start over from scratch. The show had a good concept, but Berlanti whizzed that down his leg when he hijacked the thing and turned it into his personal propaganda machine. The damage was done, the only recourse was to turn out the lights and walk away.
  8. The April set that was supposed to be delivered yesterday was delayed, for unspecified reasons, which is okay since my mail carrier arbitrarily decided not to run yesterday. The set finally arrived here in Little Rock sometime last night, but was then sent on a three hour trip to someplace called Ward, Arkansas, where it has so far been sent to two separate Post Office facilities. The set no longer has an "Estimated Delivery" day either. And they wanna give the Post Office more money!?! I'm tellin' ya', forget Covid, idiocy is the pandemic that's gonna bury us all.
  9. You think THAT'S impressive? Just wait till they roll out Candy Land.
  10. Can't say I'm surprised. Supergirl started out as one of the best superhero shows, but with the move to the CW it became total garbage. My personal take, Berlanti is learning what Disney learned with Star Wars. You can fly your flags, climb on your soap-boxes, and play to your agendas, but at the end of the day, that's not what people want . . . especially now. The real disappointment here? I really loved Benoist in the role, and I held out hope that Berlanti would get his walking papers and somebody would come along and course correct. Sadly, not the case. That just leaves The Flash, Batwoman, Black Lightning, and the garbage fire I'm sure Superman and Lois will turn out to be. Just cancel 'em all. Clear the deck and start over with Stargirl.
  11. Cancelled off NETFLIX, the day after winning an Emmy. That's like getting cancelled off Fox, they rarely cancel ANYTHING. Still, while I've never watched the show, if its half as good as I've heard, I'm not surprised Netflix would give it the ax. Transgender body-builders, new Steven Segall movies, the increasingly more obnoxious Stranger Things kids (hey, lets put them in EVERYTHING), that's Netflix' cup of tea. Every month it gets a little harder to justify that 17 dollar investment.
  12. April set is on the way. Man, hitting Ebay is getting expensive, but it beats the snot out of checking every Target in town or hoping Neca decides to put a set on their site.
  13. I want to get into this line SO BAD, but with all the other stuff I collect, financially there's just no more room at the inn. Still, I f that Grayskull rumor turns out to be legit, that'll be more than I can stand. I know I'll end up spending a fortune on these.
  14. Far be it from me to pour gasoline on a fire, but it just struck me, that Roadkill Rodney and Triceraton Soldier set is an ARMY BUILDER set. If we thought these things were tough to find before . . .
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