Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Fangirl Summer Spotlight: Bring Horror Home With Funko POP

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If You follow me on Twitter you will know that I talk a lot about Horror and Funko.

I love Pop’s! They are wonderfully detailed and allow you to bring a piece of your favorite obsessions home, in the car and sometimes even in your arms! Especially the cuddly flocked ones. But one  branch of the Funko tree that has stolen my heart is the Horror Figures:

My Personal Collection:


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On My Wishlist:
FU3361  FU3363

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Horror Minis Wishlist:

SDCC 14 Wishlist:

This is just a sampling of the wonderful Horror Pops that Funko is producing! Visit Funko's Website for more info!

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Review: Space Mountain by Siglain, Miller & Jones






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Disney has done a great job at bringing their creations into the comic book world with Disney Comics. Space Mountain is an original graphic novel based on the popular ride. Our guides in this world are Tommy ford and his classmate Stella. The two students  get the opportunity to travel on the Moonliner 7 a ship that uses a black hole to travel through time.

The trip goes awry as Captain Cole is betrayed by a colleague and his crew are scattered across time . Tommy and Stella combine their talents and mount a rescue. I’m a huge fan of Brian Q Miller’s so I couldn't resist buying the book. There is a comfort factor to this read because the story tropes are familiar, yet not boring.

I liked Kelly Jones art a lot, though sometimes the facial expressions of the characters were a bit off. The space scenes are the highlight of the book.

A must read for Disney fans.


This is my 27th book for Coyer Summer Vacation



Dragon Summer 2: Dragon Masters : Rise of the Earth Dragon by West and Howells

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It can always be a challenge to get young ones to read, but this book kicks of a great series that children of all ages will enjoy. The reader follows eight year old Drake as he is plucked up from his small farm and brought to the King to be a Dragon Master. After bonding with an Earth Dragon Drake is on the path to discovering the history of dragons and his kings desire to have a great Dragon army.

The story is accompanied by some wonderful illustrations by Graham Howells. It’s a quick, satisfying read. A perfect match for Scholastic.

This is my 21st book for coyer Summer Vacation