NEXT WEEK/THIS WEEK on OK KO Let’s Be heroes(spoilers)
Face your Fears
Through a video game programmed by Freddy Krugar, Mr.Gar reveals he ultimately lead to the demise of KO’s probable father Laserblast…by a sandwich most likely…that is both tragic AND embarassing!
Everybody Likes Rad
Rad learns first hand from the entertainment industry that all they want from young alien actors is to be as stereotypical as possible and only say stupid catchphrases appropriated from their culture…this ep got ridiculously real.
You Have to Care
Enid says fuck you to this arrow shooting Cupid bitch who betrayed her trust-BUT-its implied she felt guilty the whole time so-FORESHADOWING FOR RECONCILIATION STORY!
BEST! EPISODE! SO! FAR! Mr.Gar’s first name is revealed to be mother-fucking EUGENE(I don’t know WHY that’s awesome it just is), more hinting that Nick Army and Joff the monk are most definitely gay(SO CUTE TOGETHER), more hinting that Brandon and A Real Magic Skeleton MIGHT be gay(got an early Lenny and Carl vibe), Carol reveals she looks fucking FINE in a prom dress(make your move Eugene Gar, no-one that hot stays on the market/widowed forever) Enid friend dances with KO in her DJ-prep costume(THE CUTENESS) and Rad dances so hard at Raymondo that he explodes which then woos the mean strawberry girl whose name no-one bothers to remember because she’s not Red Action.
Real-Life Action Heroes: The 5 Most Heroic Individual Battlefield Feats In The History Of War
War is brutal and horrifying, but every now and then, individual soldiers act so courageously in the face of death and bloodshed that their brave actions get remembered for decades, and even centuries, afterward. Here are the five most heroic individual battlefield feats in the history of war.
1. U.S. soldier Charles Pack shoots a clutch free throw in the annual United States Army vs. ISIS basketball game: Every year, American and ISIS soldiers put down their guns and pick up a basketball to determine who’s the more powerful squad. And in 2015, Pfc. Charles Pack hit a free throw with only two seconds left to put the U.S. team up for good, crushing ISIS’ hopes for a major strategic victory over the United States.
2. Soviet sniper Sergei Vasiliev kills 17 Nazi soldiers in a conga line with one shot during the Battle of Stalingrad: With only one bullet left in his magazine and 17 heavily armed Nazis marching toward him, Sergei Vasiliev had to think fast. He began humming an infectious Cuban ditty, which caused the fighters to form a conga line and allowed Vasiliev to fire a single shot that dispatched them all and earned him 17 medals.
3. British soldier Carol Sweeney has the idea to start a T-shirt company while surrounded by al-Qaida: In Iraq, circa 2005, Pvt. Carol Sweeney was surrounded by al-Qaida militants completely by herself. Thinking quickly, Sweeney decided to start her own custom T-shirt company right there on the spot. Al-Qaida was so impressed by her entrepreneurial spirit that they not only let her go, but loaned her $20,000 to help get it off the ground.
4. U.S. Gen. John Pershing leads the attack on the Western Front during World War I even though he wasn’t really feeling it that day: No one was expecting much from Gen. Pershing during the day he really wasn’t feeling it. Even his soldiers talked about how they were expecting to die that day, but somehow, despite waking up groggy and just feeling awful in a general sense, Pershing powered through and led the attack on the Western Front to perfection.
5. Nazi Pvt. Johannes Wald defeats eight Allied battalions with a pistol, which we don’t talk about as much. ’Cause yikes: During World War II, Johannes Wald was a lowly foot soldier, who—oh boy—volunteered for the German army the moment the war broke out and defended an entire Bavarian village armed with nothing but a standard-issue handgun, while shouting—you’re not going to like this—“I love Hitler!” Historians don’t tend to bring it up, because, you know, it’s very bad to be a Nazi, and typically it sucks when they win anything. But you’ve got to hand it to Johannes here: This was some straight-up Rambo business.
Medicom Toy released the Real Action Heroes 220 Alphonse Elric Human Ver. 1/6 scale
doll from the manga/anime “Fullmetal Alchemist”. Was released in December 2007. Around 220mm tall, 12,800
As you can see, I truly love @hutanna’s beautiful artwork, so when my newest badge (I’m overjoyed with it) arrived in the mail, I took the opportunity to display my entire collection! Anna, you are an amazing artist and as kind as can be! To that Bruno and I say, “grazie”! I look forward to purchasing more and more art from you! 🖤✨🖤 Thanks for fueling my obsession with Bruno!
Sneak peak at my latest restore. Cobra ASP. I haven’t had the time to really work on a shoot for this. I recently bought a new camera and quickly got it out last night and did a few test shots with one of the new lenses.
I’ll post proper pics in a few weeks when i am back in town. For now please enjoy!
Medicom Toy, Good Smile Company, and Max Factory released the Real Action Heroes No.672 Mami Tomoe Uniform Ver. 1/6 scale doll form the anime movie “Puella
Magi Madoka Magica the Movie: Rebellion”. Was released on July 27, 2014 at Wonder Festival 2014 [Summer].
Around 270mm, 20,000 yen ($174.58).