New Custom #BATMAN POISON IVY Dodge Challenger!!

I have been meaning to post these photos for awhile. About a month or 2 ago I received a very nice letter from a girl in Florida named Syreeta. The pics got sort of lost in my old computer when it crashed and I just recently got them back. Also, I hope I spelled her name correctly, like I said, it was awhile back.

Anyways, she was very sweet and sent along a few photos of a car her friend (or maybe “Boyfriend”? Sorry, I forget) had customized with “Poison Ivy” Batman-themed graphics. 

Just check out the pics, this car is insanely beautiful!! I love the lime green and the hood graphic is sharp and clean…. nice job guys and thank you Syreeta!

Jermaine Rogers x Nicky Davis x Martian Toys Dero Delusion Dead Bear (3.16)

Martian Toys will release the brand-new Dero Delusion Dead Bear [150 pcs, $60 + s/h] by Jermaine Rogers on Friday (3.16) at 12 PM PDT from their web shop. The sixth Dead Bear, Jermaine’s orange design blends his signature Dero with Nicky Davis’ Dead Bear platform design. Beyond the smooth…

Your Name Review

The best anime does the impossible. Movies do that all the time, I guess, pitting irresponsibly beautiful men and women against dinosaurs and aliens, but anime does something different. It makes this plain old world feel magical—expansive to the point of exploding with possibility—while making the ethereal appear as normal as white bread.

That’s exactly what Your Name does, the fifth film from auteur Makoto Shinkai. It tells the story of two Japanese high school students that endeavour to meet each other after they discover that their dreams of living the other’s life are real. Mitsuha Miyamizu (Mone Kamishiraishi) lives in a rural village stuck on the path of dedicating her life to the family’s shrine and its traditions despite wishing for a fancy life in Tokyo while Taki Tachibana (Ryunosuke Kamiki) actually does live in Tokyo but suffers through waiting tables and pining over a crush he’s unlikely to get.

This setup sounds like boilerplate body swapping fiction. (There’s even a Wikipedia page that lists them all if you want to check.) But this is part of the impossible that the movie achieves. It’s very little of what you would expect, and even then, the parts that you do expect are surprising in gentle and wistful ways.

A guy and a girl swap bodies. The first thing they do is what? Correct. Now make that infinitely more sweet and less crude than you could possibly think. There’s a lot of beauty in the way Your Name presents this, being subtly but meaningfully progressive in gender and sexual fluidity. And because these are two people that are complete strangers, it has a lot of room to play with regarding what they learn about each other.

It does this while avoiding the biggest trap of “oh, I had no idea you had it this hard.” There’s no Freaky Friday saccharine resolution here. It’s more about how they learn their place in life—humanity, really. As they realize what’s happening and they figure out how to deal with it with little notes left for one another, each one pushes forward in both lives with small strides that end up being huge.

Falling in love, for instance, isn’t just falling in love. It’s falling into someone, sometimes literally tumbling into the idea of another person becoming a necessity. And it’s done with tiny steps toward learning how to be bolder and how to be kinder and how to be something that ends up being in love.

Your Name

The movie so quickly moves beyond just being about swapping bodies. There are several twists and turns packed into this thing, one of which is shocking in a way you don’t really see in films at all. If anything, it’s most comparable to one of the episode arcs in Life is Strange. It’s achingly gorgeous and simply complex, as if it grabbed the entire breadth of the universe and at the same time stretched it beyond infinity and compressed it down into a tiny little bead.

I’m hesitant to even say more. Every time you think the movie is coming to a close as tears well up and you think the pair have run out of road, they find a new way to blast into new territory. Your eyes, bleeding from the endless deluge of impeccable and stunning hand-drawn animation, are ripped open over and over again until it just…lets go.

It’s the kind of movie that simply sets you adrift when it’s over. It stretches out into something cosmic beyond belief while being deeply, painfully grounded. Who you are, what that means, and its malleability are thrown onto the screen in stark relief. And then it lets your head swim with everything that feels impossible, sending you back out into this plain old world with just a bit more magic.

Final Score: 9 out of 10

Turkish Airlines Has a New Airplane with #BATMAN V SUPERMAN Movie Graphics!

Here’s a quick post to share some fun “BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE” Movie News! In Turkey, it looks like Turkish Airlines is about to reveal a special “BvS Promotional” Jumbo Jet!! Oh man, this thing is so freakin’ beautiful, ha ha!

Art of Fighting 2 available now on Nintendo Switch

Hamster continue their noble quest to pump out classic Neo Geo titles on modern platforms. This week sees tough-as-nails Neo Geo sequel Art of Fighting 2 re-released on Nintendo Switch.

AoF2, originally released by SNK in 1994, was the fairly ineffective sequel to 1992’s Art of Fighting – naturally. Although it featured some new roster additions (including the playable debut of Yuri Sakazaki) and is a little less clunky than its predecessor, it still couldn’t turn heads in a year that also saw the release of Super Street Fighter II Turbo, whilst Mortal Kombat II also continued to ride a wave of phenomenal success.

Not helping AoF2 was its infamously brutal A.I difficulty, which saw many players drop in 20p, get rekt in the first match, and just go back to other games. In its favour, AoF2 does feature some awesome, huge sprites and nicely detailed stages. It also has a varied, 12 character roster and even a hidden final boss in the form of Fatal Fury’s Geese Howard, who apparently loves crossovers.

Art of Fighting 2 is available now on Nintendo Switch, priced at $8.

New #DORITOS Packaging Featuring #BATMAN V SUPERMAN Movie!

OK, some of you might be tired of all the BATMAN V SUPERMAN MERCHANDISE posts today, but you know what? That’s too bad! Hey, I think this movie is gonna be great! At least I’m hoping so.

Anyways, I just wanted to share one more item that I came across while shopping for groceries last night, Doritios Nacho Cheese Chips!! 

Now, the Grocery Store I shopped at (Walmart) only had this one bag that featured “Batman” but I know they will show many more, probably one character on each of their different flavor varieties.

If anyone sees some more of these please send us some pics 😉

QUICCS’ BABY TEQ Dunny Artist Proofs for Dec 13th Drop!

QUICCS sends word of his impending release of his “Baby TEQ” (3″ Dunnys from the Kidrobot x Clutter Magazine DTA Series) this coming Wednesday, December 13 2017 exclusively on (@ these times: SG/HK 10 PM – NY 9AM – LA 6AM – UK 2PM)!

Priced at US$35.00 each, these Final Artist-Proofs are limited to only 10 pieces each design – three color ways to be had – each signed and