Funko Weekly Round Up – Funko Shop Exclusives, Game of Thrones and More

Funko Weekly Round Up – Exclusives, Game of Thrones and More

Funko is not stopping with the new release train. This week has been amazing for a massive drop of new releases. I have made it my mission each to bring you all the Funko News, from coming soon to recent drops to the Funko Shop Exclusives. For the week of August 19 – 25 we […]

Funko ECCC 2018 Exclusives Part 5: Cuphead, Freddy Funko, Saga, and More!

Funko has started to officially reveal their exclusives for Emerald City Comic Con 2018. This is one of the bigger shows on their schedule every year, since it’s basically in their backyard. Some of my favorite exclusives have come from this show in the past, and with them being shared with more and more retailers […]

And Finally… Bigfoot In Yellowstone?

By Octavio Karbank [youtube][/youtube] Has somebody finally shot footage of the elusive Bigfoot? According to Youtuber Mary Greeley, she has. While the video appeared a couple months ago, it recently experienced newfound popularity and attention. Even though the majority of the video showcases four bison wandering around, things get interesting a little after the 2:50 […]

Bigfoot… And the Making of a Monster

Joshua Henaman writes, What originally began as a two-part series detailing the journey of self-publishing my sword, sorcery and sasquatch epic, Bigfoot – Sword of the Earthman, has appropriately evolved into what I now consider, “The Further Adventures of…” You can catch up on part one and part two here: As an indie-creator heading into […]

Comic Books, Bigfoot And Beer

Joshua Henaman writes; “Bigfoot… with a broadsword.” That’s how I would pitch it to people. And from that one simple line, I was able to get the average convention-goer to stop and go, “Oh? That sounds awesome!” It also helped that I had a 7 ft. tall Bigfoot standee beside me. But how did I […]

Bigfoot And The Great Idea Machine

Josh Henaman writes; It all started with an image. It was back in 2009 and I was the stereotypical “frustrated writer.” Always waiting for someone to give me the go-ahead. Years earlier, I had moved to Los Angeles and quickly fell into a boring corporate gig as I waited for the gatekeepers to validate my […]