Let's face it, if only our offices could have a battle like this every day, we'd actually enjoy going to work.
In addition I'm exceedingly jealous that they have gotten their hands on the upcoming N-Strike Vulcan. Powered by six D batteries, and a standard 25 round belt (sure to be modded endlessly), it's already in high demand event though it hasn't been released yet.
RIP 1937 - 2008
He may be gone but his jokes will live on.
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Some Vue cinema over in the UK is preparing for the upcoming movie, Hancock. Luckily the construction crew took a break long enough to please our most immature side.
Not sure if they're holding the premier or just really excited. Either way some really lucky usher is going to have a huge cock to take home after the buzz has died down.
If you're as impatient as me you often brush things by in the store quickly, not often gathering all the details.
One such item for me was the Char Aznable theme's action base for 1/1444 & 1/100 scale kits. The bag art contains pictures of the stand covered with Zeonic & Char markings. For a while I thought, "that's nice, shame I don't have any of Char's Gunpla or it would be a good fit" moving on to the clear action bases instead. What use would a Char detailed stand for my RX-87-2?
Well, turns out the detail makings aren't actually the base at purchase, but they come as a sticker sheet with each base. Granted I notice now there's a small thing on the front pointing that out but the pictures give no indication. (There's no way in hell the marking in the photo are stickers)