Sunday, June 21, 2015

More Subway Avengers

OK, so the Subway Avengers: Age of Ultron promotion is over (the franchise is currently promoting the Pixar animated film Inside Out) , and I am in line to get a cool window poster from my local Subway, but in the mean time they gave me this poster.

I also managed to score a couple of bags of Avenger Doritos:

Friday, May 22, 2015

Avengers: Age of Ultron @ Subway

Well, for a while now we’ve been complaining about the fact that since Disney bought Marvel Comics there seems to have been no Marvel movie toy tie-ins with any fast food restaurant. It has long been our opinion that Disney is leery of they “Your food made my kid fat” mantra of some folk, and have thus cut back on this form of marketing. Another theory is that as the Avenger films are not necessarily deemed as "kid fare" Disney has simply opted not to pitch to fast food chains (mot very likely due to all of the other kid-friendly items out there in the marketplace).

Well, while we are still looking for Marvel Movie/fast food figures and toys, we did recently see that Subway is issuing a bunch of Avenger tie-ins to go with the new Ultron film. The “toys” are actually a group of six cardboard fold-out figures that require assembling, and look rather cool.

There is also a drink cup with a code on it that is redeemable for prizes on the Subway website. 

Oh, and here is the Poster for the promotion.

Sunday, March 15, 2015

Spider-Man in Kansas

My good buddy, Walt, posted this over in our shared Blog,, but I hat I had to re-run it here because it is way to wicked funny.

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Marvel Knights: Spider-Man (A Fan-Made Web-Series Pilot/Teaser)

Marvel Knights: Spider-Man is a no-budget fan film produced by Made Legit Media and directed by Jesse Scimeca. Make sure to stay after the credits for a little something extra! ;)

We will be releasing a video in the weeks to come, explaining exactly what this fan film was created for and what it means for future Spider-Man fan films.

Thanks to everyone involved with this project! It couldn't have been done without you!

Starring... (in order of appearance)

John Riddle: Get Away Driver
Alex DiTaranto: Kid
John Martin: Burglar 1
Karl Remy: Burglar 2
Brendon Ferguson: Burglar 3
Samuel Scimeca: Spider-Man/Peter Parker
Curry Harris: Flash Thompson
Abby Coe: Gwen Stacey
Grant Holland: J Jonah Jameson
Eric Murray: Oscorp Door Guard
Virgil Williams: Otto Octavius/Dr. Octopus
Isaac Williams: Miles Morales

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*** Marvel Knights: Spider-Man is a non-profit fan film made by Spider-Man fans. Please don't sue us. We don't have any money. Really, like none. ***

The Waiting Room

Spider-man, Punisher and Elektra awkwardly wait in a waiting room...

Monday, February 16, 2015

Spidey will mail your letter

Well the other day someone apparently sent a letter into the office where I work and it had a Spider-Man stamp on it. Now while wasn’t at work at the time that the letter arrived, a co-worker (knowing my fetish-level interest in all things Spidey) clipped the stamp and saved it for me.

Seriously, how cool is this?

I’m reasonably certain that there are no USPS stamps with the image of Spidey on them, so I can only think that this is one of those new "Do it yourself at home" stamp-construction apps available for the Postal Service.

Still, kinda neat, eh?

Monday, January 19, 2015

Two more from Main Enterprise

Continuing my association with the every jovial Jim Main, the year gets off to a wonderful start as he releases a pair of fine publications (on which I served as Production Manager) first up is The Outer Limits, followed by *PPFSZT! #40.

Outer Limits ($8.99) is a 68 page, trade paperback format, glossy interior pages, index card cover stock book. that is chock-a-block full of amazing illustrations by a whole passel full of amazingly talented artists.

*PPFSZT!#40 ($6.50) is a magazine-sized funnybook with strips, panel gags, illustrations and other fun and entertaining stuff that will certainly brighten up your day.

Both publications are available from Main Enterprises, or by contacting Jolly Jim himself at We highly recommend both publications (and would have recommended them even if we hadn¹t worked on them ourselves).

So help yourself to a heaping helping of good ol’ funnybook (and TV) fun by acquiring for yourselves both of these very fine Main Enterprises publications.

You'll be so very glad that you did!

Sunday, December 07, 2014

Shouldn't it be called a "TEETH brush"?

So recently I went on a road trip to visit m nieces in VA and when I got there I realized that I had not brought a tooth brush, so unwilling to go a week without brushing my teeth, I decided to buy one. Only I really hate buying something I already own, so I determined that if I was going to buy one, at least it would be one that would have some other sort of value to me, so this is what I did...

Yep, that’s the Spidey Tooth Brush I bought, and now it is hanging on the bathroom mirror. 

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

And now, for something completely different...

Apparently these items were sent to Kevin Smith who spends part of his time on his AMC TV program, Comicbook Men. They are presented here without comment.

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