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The Greatest Super Villain and Hero Costumes

Robert Berry, from the great pop culture site retroCRUSH, made a list of The Top 10 Greatest Super Villain Costumes Of All Time. The list includes: the Catwoman, Ming the Merciless, Black Manta, Poison Ivy, Dark Phoenix, the Riddler, Galactus, … Continue reading

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The Stamp Collector’s Guide to the Galaxy

Stamps for sending a letter to outer space: The Stamp Collector’s Guide to the Galaxy. Ufology and philately share at least one thing: a passion for collecting, whether it be news clippings on unexplained cases or first day covers. From … Continue reading

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10 Years, 100 Toys

To celebrate the 10 years of making toys, the ToyFare magazine made a list counting down the 100 best toys of the decade: 10 Years, 100 Toys: From 1997 onward, toys only got better and better as companies continued to … Continue reading

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Vintage Girlwatchers

Let’s put some shine on this blog with pictures of saucy girls. Vintage Girlwatchers is a site about the girlie magazine from 1950’s Girl Watcher and related. According to the description: This site exists to celebrate and preserve books and … Continue reading

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The World of Playing Cards

The World of Playing Cards is where you can explore about playing cards, their history, design and manufacture, and see many different types of cards from around the world. Very nice collection, with many images of ancient decks of playing … Continue reading

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The Grim Reaper Cat

I grew up picturing death as the Grim Reaper, the skeletal figure carrying a large scythe. Even though I studied in catholic schools, I’ve never believed their philosophy that death is an angel of God and there is a better … Continue reading

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Ten greatest alcohol icons of all time

I propose a toast to this post with a cup of red dry wine (my favourite drink: long live to the alcoholic drinks! Here is an amusing article from Modern Drunkard Magazine even for those that don’t drink: Ten greatest … Continue reading

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A long long time ago there was a fabulous blog called Table of Malcontents, where there were entertaining posts and links to incredible sites, videos and images. It was a happy place with journalists with trained eyes to find all … Continue reading

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Is 4 a.m. the new midnight?

There are posts that need a special moment to be written. This is one of those: that’s the moment.The last video uploaded at TED is a hilarious presentation by the storyteller, writer and slam poet Rives called “Is 4 a.m. … Continue reading

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Happy Friday Monster Cat Blogging

It’s Friday and it’s thirteen! I’m going to make my contributions to Friday Cat Blogging and some horror. I hope you enjoy. Jaakko, a The Groovy Age of Horror (NSFW) contributer, posted about Biglie Humane (The Human Balls), a fumetti … Continue reading

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