Cornfield Meet

Things collide here.

Free Comic Book Day

Despite an overcast afternoon – and, in fact, a brief period of really light sprinkling – Free Comic Book Day over at The Toys Time Forgot was fun. Met and hung out with some awfully nice people from the Little Hollywood Ohio film community and SuperHero 101,  picked up the FCBD “Owly & Friends” issue (for Kelsey, of course!), and sold a couple copies of Collect All 21.

And hey, any opportunity to wander among shelves of old Atari, Activision and Imagic video game cartridges, comic-and-cartoon-and-movie-scene-laden drinking glasses (Collect Them All!), and racks of 1980s action figures – well, that’s time well spent.

Besides, I also got to set up shop next to this life-sized fantastically-detailed replica of the B9 robot from “Lost in Space.”

Danger, Will Robinson!

Photo courtesy of my OSWCC friend Ryan Meister.

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May 1, 2010 - Posted by | 1980s, Current Affairs, eighties, geek, Ohio, science fiction | , , , , , , , ,

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