I’m a bit upset with my Deluxe Limited Edition Batman The Animated Series collection. I bought it partially for digital copy, but that is only in SD! No digital copy for the movies, which of course is missing the third animated series movie Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman, 3 shitty funko’s, two of which are off model, and a case for the discs that looks cool but on further inspection makes for a shitty way to hold the discs without fear of scratching them or immediately causing finger prints. Oh, and the lenticulars are… lenticulars.
I just feel kind of childish with these… the art is good… but eh… it moves with you, and reminds me of like… trading cards that would do that. I’m 33. This collection is for adults… right? Just some nice art to display is enough.
I know, I know, I haven’t even talked about the quality of the discs… but that’s because they are… you know… Blu Rays. I’m sure they are great? I watch my shows mostly digitally on Vudu, so the lack of HD videos is just… unforgivable to me.
Stay tuned for more on this toon after I get the opportunity to… you know… watch it some.
GQ recently did a video with Jeff Bridges over his most famous role, but SOMEHOW there was no mention of him being Prince Lir in The Last Unicorn?! WTF GQ! This may have not have been a huge role, but come on! The man loved the book enough that he offered to do it for free!
I went to my 2nd Fright Fest ever this year at Fiesta Texas, and compared to their bar the last time I went a year or two ago, they truly outdid themselves! The pageantry was really good, and I sadly did not take a picture of everything because honestly… I wasn’t expecting to talk about it.
One of my only major complaints about it was the fact that I thought that the coasters would be lit up during it, but they were just the same as usual… but dark… which is actually more fun! The Iron Rattler this time was kind of like being in a tunnel the entire time, and that is AWESOME!
I should be going to a Six Flags Fright Fest again sometime soon-ish, so expect more next time!
I went to Six Flags Fiesta Texas over the weekend, and much to my surprise, Wonder Woman has joined the stable of DC comic book inspired coasters. Batman, Superman, and at one time even The Joker had a coaster in this park…
While Wonder Woman is celebrated in the park, out went Scooby-Doo’s Ghost Blasters elsewhere in the park last January… as they make room for a new in-door ride based on Pirates… here’s hoping that they have part of it dedicated to the nautical threat of Mermaids?
Let’s take a look at this coaster, shall we? By that… I mean the decor mostly!
Wow! But what of the experience it self? Here is a video taken by the youtube channel CoasterForce that shows off this amazing ride!