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Wow! Those carded Lobots in the background may well be the most artistically interesting thing that has ever appeared on this site. Just sayin'.

You know, I probably know people who would buy POSTERS of images like that for characters.

Also, I think your character focus wall cheats a little bit since 3PO is all shiny and glittery.


Posted by: Tresob     October 20, 2010 8:24:41 AM CDT


"There are few things in collecting as impressive as the character focus collector's wall of Vintage carded. It's a statement of dedication. It's a history lesson. It demonstrates an elite level of understanding of the hobby, superior networking skills, and unmatched passion."

I'M WORKING ON IT DAMNIT, NO NEED TO HARP!


Posted by: GOPWookiee     October 25, 2010 10:26:47 AM CDT


Collected thoughts:

The wall
2010-10-20 08:17:58

There are few things in collecting as impressive as the character focus collector's wall of Vintage carded. It's a statement of dedication. It's a history lesson. It demonstrates an elite level of understanding of the hobby, superior networking skills, and unmatched passion.

And I'm not just saying that because my character focus wall is AWESOME.

I'm still getting in the occasional comment from upset Mandos over the Troopers v/s Mandos comic. Now the bitching is mostly focused on my comments following the comic, not the comic itself. I'd like to clear up a couple things. First of all, I was COMPLETELY unaware of the tension between the 501st and the Mercs prior to posting my comic. I didn't write this comic to poke a hornet's nest. It was 100% observational humor from attending C5. Also, if you're upset about the write up, you should understand the intent of these things is to be funny. If my write-ups didn't at least attempt to touch a nerve, they'd be boring, (as they sometimes are). Don't read any overt hostility into them. This is a humor site, not the opinion page of the Washington Post.


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