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2759ArticleVaporman87YES! You included Scare Glow... easily my favorite "baddie" in the entire 80's MOTU line. And I never owned him. Nope. He was one that eluded me, even though I always wanted him. Needless to say I was happy to get multiples of him when the Classics line arrived. And he's still awesome. Glow-in-the-dark, wicked bladed scythe, wrist band and chain with a Castle Grayskull lid and a special key inside... just awesome. Aside from that, I was thinking Bad-To-The-Bone's catch phrase should instead be that sound that Goofy makes when he falls off a cliff. AHHH hoo hoo wee! Even in death, Mr. T can kick the butts of fools. And yes, earwax is an issue all skeletons deal with, but are too embarrassed to bring to the attention of medical professionals. Oct 02, 2015View
3161ArticleVaporman87Yes! What a great memory to have. Such a great story. Isn't it amazing how something so trivial can mean the difference between happiness and sorrow? What was it that made your mother so "anti-gaming"? Was she devoutly religious, or just wary of "newfangled" things? Did you end up getting that Atari 2600? If so, how did that go over in the weeks and months following? Why do Greeks think they're all that? LOL (Not a real question) Thanks for sharing this Kid C. It was stellar.Perfect GameDec 10, 2015View
2145ArticleVaporman87Yes! This... a thousand times this. I love these kinds of stories, especially since it includes two subjects that really stir a lot of memories for me... roller skating and crushes. This story reminds me so much of another favorite article of mine, this one from echidna called <a href="">"Best Day Ever"</a>. I love this line: "One day, some Satanist decided that our comfort as skating losers could no longer be tolerated." I'm going to be thinking about that all day. LOL Thanks for this Brandon.Rec Center Memories - Moment of GloryMar 25, 2015View
1115ArticleVaporman87YES! This story has made my day. What a great read. That had to be just an amazing feeling. And something that would stick with you... that if you always try your hardest, you can't lose... even when you do. Even to place 4th would have been a real challenge, especially for a short guy like myself (I was very close to being the shortest kid in school for a few years). So this is an inspiring story with an awesome ending. But I simply can't see how there is any bigger fan of Sonic than my 6 year old son at the moment. He is nuts for Sonic. I just purchased him a Nendoroid Sonic figure from China that has tons of accessories for changing faces, hands, etc. and he is flipping out that it's coming. LOL. Thanks echidna!!!The Best Day EverJun 03, 2014View
5310ArticleoniparYes! Oh man, this one is a blast from the past. When I was younger, my dad bought this game for me. I'm convinced he only bought it because it was related to the Addams Family. I was pretty young, so my dad had to explain what the Addams Family was (now I love the show of course). Anyway, I agree, the difficulty level on this game was insane. I wasn't particularly good at beating games, but this one! I never got very far beyond the first areas. That didn't stop me from playing over and over again though. Remembering Fester's QuestOct 14, 2020View
3950ArticleVaporman87Yes! I am very much looking forward to every article on this subject. I love old TV Guides and I enjoy your breakdowns of each show here. So many shows here that I've never heard of. Like you've mentioned, some of these really do have the star power, and on paper they should have been successes. But that isn't a guaranteed formula. The viewing public can be a fickle bunch. I don't think anybody was ready to see Jack Tripper in a marriage setting. And maybe people weren't as keen on high-tech motorcycles like they were talking Trans Ams. But some of these really seemed to have a good premise. I'd like to be able to catch some episodes of Paper Dolls, Call to Glory, and Hawaiian Heat. Craig T. Nelson, Elisabeth Shue, AND Keenan Wynn?! Yes please.1984 TV Guide Fall Preview: ABCJun 21, 2017View
4876Articleechidna64YES! Chrono Trigger and ZAMN are definitely musts! I WISH Turtles in Time was on there! 10 games that should have been on the SNES ClassicMar 05, 2019View
5274VideooniparYes!Merry Christmas from Michael BiehnSep 07, 2020View
3866ArticleHoju KoolanderYes, more of these Wizard excerpts please. I definitely tuned into MANTIS as well. It was a very cool premise, though it was always just a countdown to when/how his suit would give out. The image selected for the Swamp Thing blurb is from The Return of Swamp Thing movie (which is mega fun) not the TV show (Which didn't​ have the same wacky spirit). I saw Mask of the Phantasm in theaters, it was just an extra long episode, nothing great. Rob Leifeld was always claiming he had a movie based on one of his creations coming out, that never happened. I remember Badrock and Prophet starring Tom Cruise specifically. And yes, Vaporman87 is right, I LOVE The Shadow. Alec Baldwin and his supporting cast have such great banter in a beautiful 1930s throwback setting. Just go in expecting more humor than gritty action and you will be entertained, though it has some cool special effects scenes.Andy Mangels Hollywood Heroes From May 1993Apr 24, 2017View
4400ArticleronuYes, I remember Children's Palace and it was indeed real. There was in Monroeville, PA on route 22 right in front of the mall. There is a Dodge dealership now. I was very sad when it closed in the mid '90's because I too had a lot of childhood memories of that store. I thought that I was the only person in the world that still remembers their jingle from their commercials. "At Children's Palace, the password is fun!"Children's Palace Was RealJun 06, 2018View