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Wish this was in better condition and I'll never know why my dad didn't take better care of this cool Trowel.

My Dad passed oh 9 yrs ago now but he went to art school at the Chouinard Institute of the Arts (Walter and Roy Disney would eventually merge this and the LA Conservatory of music into Cal Arts!) on a scholarship in the mid to late 60's. Now this school was partnered with Disney so his co-op terms were spent working at WED Enterprises (Walter E Disney!!) Apparently the students got this cool gold trowel signed by their prof and classmates as 'builders' of Disney.

It's fun to watch the Imagineering show on Disney because lots of what they are showing are things that my dad had described to me - who knows some of the scale models on the show my dad could have made!! That was one of the many things they got to do! Looking forward to watching more of the Imagineering to see what other things my dad described will show up!





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seen this on the Bradford Exchange website
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Got this from my brother for Christmas to match my limited edition plate
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Back when TV GUIDE was in it's prime I tried to save the FALL
PREVIEW issues...just ran across a box with a few of them still
in pretty good shape. Fun to look through them and see the ads
for the "NEW SHOWS".
Here's the preview review for BATTLESTAR GALACTICA from September
1978.




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@martymann I used to collect TV guides wish I would have kept them
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Saturday Morning 1978.








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Christmas present from my wonderful wife. Phil Esposito signed Boston Bruins jersey. This is being sent off to be professionally framed.


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Some of you remember the Marvel Super Heroes animated shows from the mid-late 60's. Mike Royer was an uncredited artist for some animation in some episodes (and almost became the voice of Peter/Spidey).

The following are storyboards sent to Mike for the Sub-Mariner episode The Thing From Space (Rick Estrada Art)













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Some of you remember the Marvel Super Heroes animated shows from the mid-late 60's. Mike Royer was an uncredited artist for some animation in some episodes (and almost became the voice of Peter/Spidey).

The following are storyboards sent to Mike for the Sub-Mariner episode The Thing From Space (Rick Estrada Art)















Who did you have to kill!?
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Christmas present from my wonderful wife. Phil Esposito signed Boston Bruins jersey. This is being sent off to be professionally framed.



I still get choked up when NESN shows the clip of Phil getting his number retired. Bourque comes out and takes of his #7 jersey and we see the new #77 jersey underneath. My favorite "off ice" Bruins moment.
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BULGARIA - non-canon Conan!
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Christmas present from my wonderful wife. Phil Esposito signed Boston Bruins jersey. This is being sent off to be professionally framed.



I still get choked up when NESN shows the clip of Phil getting his number retired. Bourque comes out and takes of his #7 jersey and we see the new #77 jersey underneath. My favorite "off ice" Bruins moment.

Definitely a classy moment. Espo got a little choked up himself when it happened. It's safe to assume from your post that you're a Bruins fan?
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Christmas present from my wonderful wife. Phil Esposito signed Boston Bruins jersey. This is being sent off to be professionally framed.



I still get choked up when NESN shows the clip of Phil getting his number retired. Bourque comes out and takes of his #7 jersey and we see the new #77 jersey underneath. My favorite "off ice" Bruins moment.

Definitely a classy moment. Espo got a little choked up himself when it happened. It's safe to assume from your post that you're a Bruins fan?

You knows it!
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Christmas present from my wonderful wife. Phil Esposito signed Boston Bruins jersey. This is being sent off to be professionally framed.



I still get choked up when NESN shows the clip of Phil getting his number retired. Bourque comes out and takes of his #7 jersey and we see the new #77 jersey underneath. My favorite "off ice" Bruins moment.

Definitely a classy moment. Espo got a little choked up himself when it happened. It's safe to assume from your post that you're a Bruins fan?

You knows it!


That's always a good thing to hear. Go B's!
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He likes to cheer with Daddy.
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He likes to cheer with Daddy.



Great pic!
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He likes to cheer with Daddy.



Great pic!

Thank you 🙂
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Originally Posted by Siggy
Some of you remember the Marvel Super Heroes animated shows from the mid-late 60's. Mike Royer was an uncredited artist for some animation in some episodes (and almost became the voice of Peter/Spidey).

The following are storyboards sent to Mike for the Sub-Mariner episode The Thing From Space (Rick Estrada Art)













very cool. I loved that Marvel Super Heros show. I have the dvd boxset for Spidey and vhs and some burned copies of Captain America, Incredible Hulk, Thor, Iron Man and Submariner. Those were awesome for that time period and a lot of the stories came right from the Marvel comic book material. They used to play them on tv every afternoon in the 1970's. I would say that was my first exposure to the Marvel Universe. It is probably the main reason that I collect comic books to this day. These were very cool to see Siggy.
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very cool. I loved that Marvel Super Heros show. I have the dvd boxset for Spidey and vhs and some burned copies of Captain America, Incredible Hulk, Thor, Iron Man and Submariner. Those were awesome for that time period and a lot of the stories came right from the Marvel comic book material. They used to play them on tv every afternoon in the 1970's. I would say that was my first exposure to the Marvel Universe. It is probably the main reason that I collect comic books to this day. These were very cool to see Siggy.


Well then...

I have no idea who did the art for these story boards.
FOUNTAIN OF TERROR















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Overstreet #4 cover proof signed by Bob about 10 years ago.

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My friend just posted this on his Facebook feed.

He is asking $7,200 shipped within US.

Just posting it here because I thought you guys would like to see the art.


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My friend just posted this on his Facebook feed.

He is asking $7,200 shipped within US.

Just posting it here because I thought you guys would like to see the art.




That’s a freakin’ awesome piece.
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I should have added this to the Sub-Mariner Story Board post.

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well I know there is 100 green labels out there thanks to this book
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Here is one of mine, signed by Stan. No stamps in this one. My other has all the stamps.

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This is the much harder one to find, especially in this kind of shape.

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This is the much harder one to find, especially in this kind of shape.

your right about that, much harder to find. That's the 2nd series isn't it?
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Yep! Series B.
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