The Flintstones Family

Published February 10, 2017 by Jenn Andrew

Currently in the Funko Shop, we have Pebbles and Bamm Bamm together for $29.99. They are limited to 8000. The post Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Pop Vinyls at Right Now! appeared first on POPVINYLS.COM.

When I read this article, I had to comment because I grew up with the Flintstones family with pebbles and bamm bamm.  I like to purchase my Pops as life like as possible and they are so cute and adorable that who can resist buying each one!

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Dr Seuss Pops

Published January 30, 2017 by Jenn Andrew

Below is an article on upcoming Pops and what we have to look forward to.  I am sure everyone grew up with some version of Dr. Seuss and although I am not a big lover of Pops, I am very interested in getting the Pops that have contributed to my childhood.  Green Eggs and Ham is a story I loved to read as well as many more of the Dr Seuss treasured stories.  You can get Pops at Comic Warehouse so drop in anytime to see what’s new!

We’ve brought you some rough looking photos of a few Dr. Seuss items this month. Now check out the entire catalog of Dr. Seuss. Funko has outdone themselves! First let’s check out the Pop Vinyls. Cat in the Hat Flocked Cat in the Hat (Barnes * Noble) Sam I Am 6″ Horton Fox in…

via The more Funko you Have, the more Funko you will know. Dr. Seuss Takes Over Funko, Yes It’s So! — POPVINYLS.COM

DC Plushies!

Published January 19, 2017 by Jenn Andrew

Funko’s Plushies line has seen a lot of new announcements this month. Here’s another one to add to your list. DC will also have its own line of Plushies. The designs are based on the Batman v Superman, Suicide Squad, and the upcoming Wonder Woman movie. Check these out: Each case will have Superman, Wonder…

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Hobbies..Keep It Fun!

Published November 13, 2016 by Jenn Andrew

Sometimes it’s hard to stay on track with the hobbies you love, either due to family responsibilities, health or finances, but when you revisit makes you feel better.

I’ve had some time away from mine and I have been trying to get back on track to start hobbies again.  If finances are the trouble, I am sure you can take a look around to see what you can fix up or finish up when it comes to your hobbies.

With the Christmas season approaching and lack of funds, it’s good to get creative in order to lessen your expenses.  For example, gift baskets are a great gift and for the hobbyist as it’s a good way of giving a bundle of fun.


If you know someone who loves comics, get a gift box found at any dollar store and fill it up. Many comic book stores have a discount area so you can find Marvel, DC or Alternative comics at bargain prices.



Also, there are many sales on key chains, action figures, anime figures, D&D dice that you can give as a gift.  It’s not the price but the fun you can share with your friends.

Another good idea is adding to your friend’s or a family member’s continuous hobby.  If there is an item that is required or tools that are necessary, it would make a great gift to help further any hobby.


For example, if you know someone who loves Warhammer, there are codex’s or Battletomes at a reasonable price.  There are also terrain and models you can purchase to add to their army.

Christmas is not just for kids, but for us adults who want to have just as much fun trying to keep up with the fun hobbies that make life a little easier.

Jenn Andrew
Blogger, Book Reviewer and Gamer

Warhammer Sunday

Published September 13, 2016 by Jenn Andrew


Necrons, Chaos Daemons, Tau and Dark Angels were the armies in the Warhammer this Sunday with the campaign for 40K called Assassins.   The name of the game was to take out your enemy’s Commander while protecting your own.  They were also given an objective card they had to complete.  It was a good game with most players meeting their objective.

Necrons won over the Daemons in the first game and the Tau beat out the Dark Angels in the second.  The terrain was debris and craters with a splattering of trees to make it a little challenging to move troops around but why would you want it simple?  The great part about 40K is determining how to get your troops across the terrain to get to your enemies line to take them out or retrieve something valuable and leaving nothing standing in your wake.


Jenn Andrew
Blogger, Book Reviewer and Gamer

Pathfinder Chronicles

Published August 24, 2016 by Jenn Andrew

Phenix, Garth, Sam and Antonnio, had to go back in the boat towards the ice melting island again because they weren’t finished with their discovery. 

They came across a couple of huge ice creatures they had to combat but once they succeeded, they brought back lots of items for the clerics. 

Phenix absorbs herself in knowledge so finding books among the items was a complete joy. 

What kind of adventure are they going to find themselves in next? 

Jenn Andrew 


Published August 23, 2016 by Jenn Andrew

I am beginning to appreciate Steampunk even more than when I discovered I enjoyed it last year.  Now that comic book artists are starting to draw more steampunk images, it’s getting pretty exciting.

Zenescope usually handles their Grimm Fairy Tales in a sensual manner with the Fairy Tales that were told to us as children, but they took a little twist and put some steampunk into two of their issues.















Part 1 of the short series tells of Robyn Hood who seems to have gone rogue but you find out the true story as you read along.  The cover is awesome with a great costume that you can cosplay.  Zenescope doesn’t usually do this type of story so they are branching out.  A group of outlaws led by Robyn Hood pulls off a major heist and they are hunted down by the local Sherif.  Characters like Cinderella and Alice in Wonderland are among the clan.
















Part 2 has a lot more of the story.  With the Grimm character Snow White added to the second part.  The female outlaws are able to handle themselves as much as men can in a fight – whether it was hand to hand combat or with guns and bows.

The only thing that puts me off slightly with Zenescope is that they put too much sex into their characters so that the story sometimes gets lost among the scantily clad women.  Creators and artists don’t realize that females also enjoy reading comics and much more so than before.  I like a good creative appeal to a costume and the attractiveness of a strong, intelligent main female character but less emphasis on the female form and more kick -a… on the story and dialogue and I think that would do just as well. 

Jenn Andrew
Blogger, Book Reviewer and Gamer

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