Skeletor could read tweets all day and I’d watch it
I’m in love with the LEGO Superhero line. Which is kind of obvious if you know me. After all, the wall of comic books in my house and the crates full of LEGO are a bit of a clue. I’ve been slowly building my collection of LEGO superhero figures – always keeping an eye out for the ones I need to fill the gaps.
A couple of months ago, I began work on a new LEGO project – recreating Spider-Man’s…
A San Diego Comic-Con comic book exclusive from Image Comics is Giant-Size Kung Fu Bible Stories. Not sure if it actually has anything to do with the Bible but the creators involved look top-notch. Hopefully it will find its way on to Comixology so I can check it out.
GIANT-SIZE KUNG FU BIBLE STORIES
KICKS DOWN SDCC’S DOOR
An exclusive collector’s edition you won’t want to miss
Edited by Erik…
I’m not sure it was possible to be a young Christian in the 1990′s and not own something that had What Would Jesus Do? written on it. I’m not sure where in the Bible God gave that command but it must be in there somewhere. Everything from bracelets to t-shirts to Bible covers – WWJD? was everywhere.
Which makes me a little bit surprised that no-one had claimed a trademark on the phrase.
I’ve read the last page of the Bible. It’s all going to turn out all right.
— Billy Graham
Sermon preached at St Luke’s Liverpool on Sunday the 6th of July.
The Known God from Acts 17:16-34
After finishing my Krang project, I wasted no time getting started on something new. Something bigger. Something that would combine two of my favourite LEGO themes – Superheroes and the modular buildings.
The Daily Bugle Building.
One part stand-alone-building, one part superhero diorama, Spider-Man will battle a whole bunch of his villains on the roof of the Daily Bugle. Detailed inside and out,…