It's been a long time since I came here on DA. I have, of course, always been here lurking but haven't commented very much. I'm going to have to try and change that. Now, for those that are interested I have come with some news. Some time ago I commissioned a Jessie Statue from the talented Sean KB.
Now, we are looking to sell some of these beauties. The model kits will come un-assembled and will require painting.
If anyone is interested please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or SKB Studios at email@example.com
We are still working out the details of production and distribution, but seeing how much interes
Last week Friday I got up and got ready for work. My wife had already left, catching the ferry into work as I usually do but on Fridays I often have to drive in so that I can pick up my shipment for the shop. This allows me a few extra minutes of sleeping in.
Walking into the bathroom I found my fuzzy buddy, Soldier, curled up in the bathroom sink, as he would always do. He had claimed it for his bed when we got the bathroom renovated a couple years ago.
So I picked him up put him on the floor and continued to brush my teeth etc.
But I noticed Soldier wasn't his usually noisy self, begging for food. But I figured perhaps my wife had give
I'm a huge Spidey fan. And want to get some opinions on a new subplot that started in Amazing Spidey #659. So there may be spoilers if you haven't given the issue a read yet.
Peter Parker has a new girlfriend a forensic investigator named Charlie Cooper.
Now Peter has had to go on an adventure with some other supers (the FF) and so had to make up an excuse to protect his identity, that he is out of town on a business trip/conference or some such. Charlie trying to be the good girlfriend stops by his job with a care package and asks Peters employer to forward the package to him at the conference. The job tells her "Peter isn't at any confe