The Great Old One is back with rambling advice for all those who will ask for it. Learn all about bubbles, the drama of the elder gods, social justice and more!

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Rob A got his backer kit and reviewed it on his youtube channel. Hop on over to look and subscribe while you’re over there!


Ian Ziering was paid for this bad film he made
Where sharks fall from the sky-y
Chris Pratt plays a man who forms a rogue band
Half of whom are CGI-I
Now The Doctor’s reborn and his face is well-worn
By a man who swears like a sailor
Join Starchibald and Jim as they sit back and take in
This trio of sci-fi trailers


Vangelus gives a review of our TFExpo exclusive deco in a VBuild!


Are you looking to be a more informed purchaser of meat? Well, if you can retain consciousness for the duration of the government-sponsored short, you might pick up a tip or two. Might. No promises.

Prepare for awkward pauses and blown lines NOT coming from Starch and Sunny Jim in “The Quality of the Meat You Buy”!

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It’s an Aaron Archer interview at TFCon 2014 by Internet Personality Vangelus! The background noise gets overwhelming at points, but it still serves as a nice endcap to Aaron’s TFCon panel (posted here).

It’s a recording of the Aaron Archer Q&A panel at TFCon 2014 by Internet Personality Vangelus!

If I’m honest, I wasn’t expecting Batman: Knight Force Ninjas to be among anyone’s top choices for a creative outlet, but I suppose we all find passion in our own things. Come to think, I did own the Riddler from that line… and I can’t argue that the solid bright green Knight Star Batmobile didn’t stand out on a shelf. (Too bad those kinds of colors stopped seeing their way into Transformers after, like, 1994.)

Another bit that stood out to me: a note in the slideshow that Aaron brainstormed for Micronauts, the Kevin Smith Superman movie, and Saban’s Los Luchadores. The latter, in particular, reminded me that a friend once said the cast of Los Luchadores was at Toy Fair one year, even though the show didn’t have an accompanying toyline. I’d assumed they were at a Bandai booth, but if a Los Luchadores toyline was in consideration at Hasbro… huh. I wouldn’t have expected Saban to branch out with their partnerships, but I guess Kenner did handle the VR Troopers line…

Anyway, the video is a fascinating watch (or listen). I recommend giving it a go!


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Are you worried about the effects of nuclear fallout on your livestock? … you are? Really? Wow. Uh… we had a joke here, but you kind of threw us off with that admission. Huh. Hoo. Yeah.

So uh… Starchibald and Sunny Jim… say things… over this series of civil defense TV spots aimed at the rural inhabitant. So… ummm… we guess you’ll learn something?

*edges away slowly*

Man, how did you guys not compare Rural Squarejaw McPuppety to Race Bannon? ‘cause that is totally Puppet Race Bannon. No wonder he took the Quest assignment.


Safety-y the Safety Sprite survived his last encounter with the Rangoons and is out for revenge, and he’s brought a host of his Object-Lesson-Spite pals with him to do it. His secret weapon? Soapy the Germ Fighter, a pantaloons-clad six foot tall cowboy soap that appears in the bedrooms of sleeping children. For reasons of cleanliness. 

Scrub up with Starchibald, Sunny Jim and guest voices Linkara, Obscurus Lupa, Scott Summerton and a surprise mystery voice for… Soapy the Germ Fighter!

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Post Botcon, Greg and Trent unwind with a series of confections from Botcon buddy Bill and the local Asian grocery store. New tastes, and smells, are discovered, strange unflavors found, and the secret of the enraged chicken comes to light.

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