From a friend’s kick-ass toy blog:

So I had my first casualty today. I found him like this sitting in my tub of figures. I had thought about this situation before & pondered how I would fix it and this gave me a chance to try it out. I thought I’d share. You never know when this shit may happen to you, so here it goes.

  1. Take a drill with bit about half the diameter of the broken peg. You don’t want to go too big because you don’t want the peg walls to be too thin and lose strength.
  2. Find something metal the proper diameter to use as your new peg “core.”
  3. Cut to length.
  4. Insert into holes drilled in existing peg and voila–he’s fixed!! You can glue or epoxy the peg if you want a strong bond but I left mine unglued to not risk glue in the joint or if I ever want to change the core.
It should work on any size figure by adjusting the core’s diameter to meet your needs. This idea came to be because I really really wanted the Arkham Killer Croc but heard all the nightmare stories about his arms and stuff falling off. Maybe I’ll go order one now lol. Hope this helps guys!! Shit happens, you just gotta be prepared.

SDCC: The Haul.

Amazing Gil Kane page from Green Lantern 14. (I apologize for the poor hotel lighting.)

Alone, the image is fine. But when you take into consideration the Australian release date printed along the bottom… yeah, this wasn’t planned out very well.



One of my dearest friends was found on the side of the road, unconscious and bloody. She was wearing this cosplay on the day it happened. She was last seen with friends when she ran off after a disagreement. Please, please, please, if you have ANY information or saw her anywhere, contact her mother. The full information is down below. This isn’t okay and it’s sickening to know that this happened at a place people truly can enjoy themselves. Please spread the word.

 ”I just received a call from the San Diego Police Department and my daughter Emily Weyer aka Milly Makara was found on the side of the road covered in blood with no ID unconscious. They are unsure what happened to her. My husband is on his way to the police station and then the hospital. If you have any information on what happened to her please send me a facebook message or call me at 951 229 3394. Thank you in advance”. -JILL WEYER

More of my shots of Adrianne Curry as Sally Jupiter from the convention floor at SDCC!

Ladies & Gents: The Batfleck!

I’m really happy about how awesome this looks in person.

I can wear this now, yes? (at San Diego Convention Center)

TK-6683 & LeeAnna Vamp: The world needs more femtroopers. #SDCC (at San Diego Convention Center)