Category Archives: Humor

Classic Series Hotwheels Diecast Batmobiles

Today there is a new Dynamic Duo in Gotham City! One is big and powerful and the other is smaller and arguably cuter. Move over Batman and Robin, there’s a new Power Couple in town: The Original Series Batmobile is … Continue reading

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Pin Trading: Disney Parks Humphrey Bear Pin

For years I remembered a cartoon with a bear who had to pick up some trash but didn’t want to. He went through many antics trying to get out of it! But what I remembered most was the catchy song … Continue reading

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Warner Bros. Road Runner & Coyote Lamp

“Beep! Beep!” Who doesn’t remember that sound from their Saturday morning cartoons? Warner Brothers created some of the most memorable characters ever to appear on TV and they still endure today! Merchandise is always a natural way to promote any … Continue reading

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Book Review: Charlie Brown’s Super Book

Publisher: Random House Year: 1975 Pages: 80 Type: Softcover ISBN: 0-394-83165-9 “Even three red pencils make a collection.” This is a really fun book! Going all the way back to 1975 we are treated to old-timey arts and crafts from the days when children did … Continue reading

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Book Review: How to Draw Comics the Marvel Way

Publisher: Atria Paperback / Simon & Schuster Year: 2019 (1978) Pages: 160 Type: Softcover ISBN: 978-1-9821-3013-8 (First Edition) “…the one book that Marvel fans everywhere always ask for.” – Stan Lee I’ve wanted a copy of this book for a long time. But original printings … Continue reading

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Photo Spot: The Shadow of Godzilla Just a’Chilla

You just never know what, or whom, is lurking around your humble abode! I was in my kitchen looking for a snack when I found something quite terrifying instead: It’s a good thing I hadn’t started to drink my beloved … Continue reading

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Book Review: Mr. Laurel & Mr. Hardy

Publisher: New American Library Year: 1968 Pages: 176 Type: Softcover ISBN: N/A “For Stan – The onlie begetter.” – Shakespeare (in part) There have been countless comedy teams since the days of Vaudeville brought slapstick humor to the masses. Some teams added members to become … Continue reading

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Book Review: Kids Say the Darndest Things!

Publisher: Prentice Hall, Inc. Year: 1957 Pages: 194 Type: Hardcover ISBN: Book Club Edition “If I was an elefunk, I’d be a fireman, ’cause then I could squirt fires out with my nose.” And there’s more where that piece of logic came from! Yes, it’s … Continue reading

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Tiny TV Classic ‘Retro 60s’ – BATMAN

“Holy Miniaturization, Batman!” Has the Joker shrunk the Bat TV? Or has some other nefarious villain, like a Network Executive, changed the programming format? Will our tiny heroes be able to overcome this huge problem? Tune in right now to … Continue reading

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Dilbert’s Pointy-Haired Boss in Glorious Rubber

Dilbert is an American comic strip written and illustrated by Scott Adams. It was first published on April 16, 1989 and has had great success to this day. It features satirical office humor revolving around a white-collar, micromanaged office drone (and engineer) named Dilbert. But this post is … Continue reading

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