It’s official, the t-shirt I designed for Internet personality Meg Turney is up for sale not only as a t-shirt but as a tank top and hoodie.
~ Ya es oficial, la camiseta que diseñé para la personalidad de Internet, Meg Turney está a la venta, no sólo como una camiseta, sino como una camiseta sin manga y sudadera con capucha.
"I <3 Meganerds" Design on Flickr.
Design done for Cosplayer, Gamer, YouTuber, Sourcefed Nerd Host, Slim Jim Lady: Meg Turney. Meganerds are her fans and she loves them. She used the design for a hoodie. www.facebook.com/MegTurneyCosplay
She is shown wearing the design in these videos: youtu.be/oHHX9MXa1kg and: youtu.be/wb2Yupb0R-k
Well, that’s all we have for the gorgeous Meg Turney. We can all agree she was a f*cking blast to have on the site. Maybe if you fans clamor enough, you can get her to do a second shoot. We know we’d love to have her again.
But you’ll see her around blasts from the past, #tbt on Instagram, and you can always find her 24/7 HERE
Moving on to the next gal, here we go….
"Alien life…they came from deep beneath the Pacific"
Kaijus vs. Jaegers
This little guy can be yours for only $4. This includes free shipping, one vinyl sticker and a handwritten note. Every sticker is shipped using envelopes made of recycled paper grocery bags.
If interested please send me an email at email@example.com
All proceeds go to feeding a starving artist. Smile more and hug a stranger.
In Latin America we got all these robots/mechas in one show called “Festival of the Robots” featuring the great Kotetsu Jeeg, Gaiking, Magne Robo Gakeen and Starzinger also know as Spaceketeers. Here is a picture from a friend who has almost completed the main characters from each series except Starzinger which apparently has no merchandise or toys.
El festival de los robots, distribuido por la compañía estadounidense ZIV International, Inc., consistía en la recopilación y adaptación para Hispanoamérica de las siguientes cuatro series de animación japonesa anime producidos por Toei:
- El Vengador (Steel Jeeg - 1975)
- El gladiador (Great Dragon Gaiking - 1976)
- Supermagnetrón (Magne Robo Gakeen - 1976)
- El Galáctico (Starzinger - 1978)
en esta foto de un amigo se puede apreciar que casi completa la linea de personajes principales. Solo falta la presencia de algun juguete de El Galactico.
PlayMake SDF-1 Battle Fortress
Well it is worth sharing this great feat of a collector friend of ours here in South Florida. It is an SDF-1 Battle Fortress by the company PlayMake. This is the largest Macross/Robotech ever produced. It is basically something like a 3D puzzle fo sorts. It measures about 5.5 feet long with several compartments for Robotech figures. Photos by:Steve-il King Macrocranios