Why I hate the Star Trek movies by JJ Abrams. #Hate is a strong word, lets say not love. #nerdrage #trek #abrams
Another winner found on the ol’ eBay.
Our new friends at Super-Space Time Models present their range of Funny Intellect Toys, a.k.a. The Best Welcome Toy For the Children. So it is written, so it must be. Somehow, however, I have a hard time believing this to be the Most New Set. Given the fonts used on the packaging, it probably isn’t even a Newish Set. It’s probably kind of an old set. It’s probably also made out of plastic that splinters into a thousand shards when you try to Oneself Assemble it.
Q:Bad ass jeep
Adam’s Game of Thrones by way of Days of Future Past pin-up!
So, this was an idea that Adam was shocked - SHOCKED - had not been done yet. When it occurred to him, he scoured the Googles to see whether anybody else had done it, but nothing came up. So here he is, sitting on this goldmine idea. In case anybody isn’t getting the reference, this piece is an homage to the classic John Byrne cover to Uncanny X-Men #141 - the start of the Days of Future Past storyline. With the upcoming movie, you’ll probably be seeing this cover more often.
Adam selected Daeni, Tyrion, and Jon for the front because they seem to have the strongest “Plot Armor.” Whatever else might appear to happen to them, I suspect we’ll be seeing them through to the end of the story. Though god knows I could be wrong. That Martin SOB loves toying with our emotions.
Here’s a detail compilation of the headshots from the poster without all the postery effects:
*Original layout for the Days of Future Past cover by John Byrne*
Size comparison of the VF-1, VF-0, and the real-life F-14 Tomcat. The thermonuclear reaction engines developed with the aid of alien technology from the SDF-1 allow the VF-1 series to be much more compact than the VF-0, which uses conventional turbofan jet engines much like the F-14.