Events

Review: LEGO Toy Fair Booth 2013

At New York City Comic Con 2012 LEGO let the world know that they are doing their line of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

Review: Toy Fair 2013

In the Mid 1990's, I started to learn that there was a value to collecting Turtle Toys.  I remember that I was at Borders Books as my mom and dad had friends they would meet up with once a month and I would wander around looking for something to do with myself.  I decided to pick up a toy magazine was surprised to find a long list of toys and how much they are worth.  So I flicked through and found Ninja Turtles and realized just how much there is in the collection that I had even at that time.  My curiosity on this got me to start picking up toy magazines and doing so I learned about Toy Fair.

Toy Fair 2013 - TMNT Teasers!

LEGO LEGO's booth at Toy Fair 2013 showing their TMNT LEGOs.

 

This is my first time to Toy Fair and hopefully will not be my last.  I've been having a blast and am not done yet.  Searching and finding Turtles.  I wanted to give a short post that shares pictures of some of the booths that have Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle items on display!  Enjoy!

Review: Youmacon 2012

Since 2005, I have been going to Youmacon, an Anime Con in Detroit, Michigan.  Youmacon is one of the largest fan gatherings in Detroit, with bands, voice actors, artists, and so much more.  It’s a place for cosplayers, gamers, and shoppers to gather.  Some of the guests are even connected to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, which makes this one of my favorite events in Michigan.  This year’s convention had a handful of amazing people, so I’d like to share my review of Youmacon 2012.

Review of 2012 with Cowabunga Corner

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Review: Detroit FanFare 2012

Review: TMNT Panel NYC 2012

Review: Paint and Pixel Festival 2012

There are some events I go too which are not really planned out.  For weeks I was planning to spend October 20th and 21st in Rhode Island for the Yu-Gi-Oh event.  Though during a visit to Northampton, MA with a few friends we learned of another event.  As Tokka and Fugitoid found a flyer in the Thrones Market for a local Art show.  The top of their Guest list, Peter Laird.  Going to be on the East Coast already, but I could not stay in Northampton.  We had to travel back down to New York City, I had to make the choice to spend the full weekend in Rhode Island or take Saturday for Northampton.  I made the wise choice of heading back up to Northampton.

Review: Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series Rhode Island

Everyone now and then, there are different events that I go too because of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle connections.  On October 21st, I went to a Yu-Gi-Oh event in Rhode Island.  I went this event to support Dan Green, a voice actor who've gone through a rough time last year when he lost his wife.  Some of the voice actors from Yu-Gi-Oh got together to do this event to help raise money to help Dan, and this was not an event I could miss out on.  The biggest surprise about this event was that the panels and autograph sessions were free to the public, only asking for donations to help Dan.

The first Betrayal

There is a fine line in friendships.  A line that people do not always want to think about or even dare to cross, though it will always be there.  That line is the line between being true friends or if the person you’re trusting could betray you.  As a friend, you’re giving trust to those who you call friend.  How do you know who you can trust though?

Hard question to ask, when you’re thinking about friends.  Though it’s one I ask of anyone who enters my life as a friend.   I use to let friends come back and say sorry really easy.  Though after years of abuse from people who I wanted to be my friend, I’ve had to start to watch my back, too.  Here’s the story of the first friend that made it harder to trust people who’ve hurt me.

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