Friday, May 19, 2017
On Sunday we had a slower day. We had breakfast at the resort and then took the ferry to Disney Springs - a shopping mall/street. They have boat/cars that you can rent but it was too wet for the hot air balloon, so Shan missed her chance. We popped into a few stores, D3 got some Star Wars books, a Boba Fett overshirt, as well as some Lego at the Lego store. I got an Imperial soldier hat, but was unable to find any Tron cycles. D3 and I went to the Coke store while the girls shopped and they joined us at the Coke Experience restaurant to try an International tray - 16 beverages from around the world. Some were quite vile. We did make it to the arcade but didn't do the whole experience. They did have a Mario Brothers game that I was able to play by myself, with my daughter, and again with my son. I was able to put up a decent high score. We went to Blaze Pizza for supper. You could order a personal pizza with a variety of individual toppings. We went back to the resort on the ferry.
Monday, May 15, 2017
One of the sellers that I had bought the Emma and Jean figures from flaked on me so I still need to get those two to complete my key figures for the Marvel Universe miniature game. I need others as well, but the rest are much more pricey. Knight Models also seems to no longer be producing their Watchmen figures for the Batman Miniature Game so I picked up some of those as well. I got the Comedian, Rorschach, and Silk Spectre figures. The first two are the main ones I had wanted from the Watchmen and the third will be harder to get later. I’ll probably try to get Nite Owl and Ozymandias to complete the set if I don’t have to chase them down. On the top of my list right now is the Kill Team set from Warhammer 40K, and the last three codices I need in hardcover. I’m particularly looking for Imperial Agents in hardcover, but also need the revised Tau, and Dark Angels to complete my set and might settle for those in sofcover.
Friday, May 5, 2017
A few more of the figures from the Marvel Universe miniature game came in. SM/MU – Punisher – 1 MU – Nightcrawler – 1 MU – Deadpool – 1 MU – Nova – 1 MU – The Thing – 1 Apr figures bought - 5, figures painted – 0 Running total 2017 – figures bought 72, figures painted 0
Wednesday, May 3, 2017
Jan Silver Screens on the Prairie by Russ Gourluck Doctor Who Miniatures Game 2nd edition by Graeme Dawson In Her Majesty’s Name – Steampunk Skirmish Wargaming Rules by Craig Cartmell & Charles Murton Heroes, Villains and Fiends by Charles Murton & Craig Cartmell Sleeping Dragon, Rising Sun by Craig Cartmell & Charles Murton The World’s Great Religions: Volume 1: Religions of the East by The Editors of Life The Smart Approach to Kid’s Rooms by Megan Connelly John Hughes: A Life in Film by Kirk Honeycutt The World’s Great Religions: Volume 2: Religions of the West by the Editors of Life The Flash and the Arrow by Knight Models Honours of War by Keith Flint Feb The World’s Great Religions: Volume 3: The Glories of Christendom by the Editors of Life Tabletop Wargames by Rick Priestley & John Lambshead Time/Life Books: The Epic of Flight: Knights of the Air by Ezra Bowen No Strings Attached: The Inside Story of Jim Henson’s Creature Shop by Matt Bacon Always Fresh: The Untold Story of Tim Hortons by the Man Who Created a Canadian Empire by Ron Joyce with Robert Thompson Mar Codex Dark Angels (6th edition) by Jeremy Vetock The New Dinosaurs: An Alternative Evolution by Dougal Dixon Assassin’s Creed Unity: Abstergo Entertainment Employee Handbook by Christie Golden The Making of Dune by Ed Naha Walt Disney Imagineering – A behind the Dreams Look at Making MORE Magic Real by the Imagineers Apr Walt Disney World: The First Decade Watchmen – The Art of the Film by Peter Aperlo Watching the Watchmen by Dave Gibbens, Chip Kidd, Mike Esel DK Star Wars Character Encyclopedia: Updated and Expanded by Simon Beecroft and Pablo Hidalgo The Disney Book: A Celebration of the World of Disney by Jim Fanning Beautiful Creatures: The Official Illustrated Movie Companion by Mark Cotla Vaz Kirby: King of Comics by Mark Evanier Sorry, Wrong Answer: Trivia Questions That Even Know-It-Alls Get Wrong by Rod L. Evans, Ph.D. Codex Tau Empire (6th edition) by Jeremy Vetock