One of the nice things about having my job is that occasionally, someone I don't know will be cleaning out a garage or whatever, find something weird, and immediately decide that they should mail it to me because they think it's something I'd want to see. It doesn't happen a lot, but it's often enough that at this point, it's stopped being weird. Mostly.
Point being, that's exactly what happened when reader Jeff found his wife's membership kit for the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Official Fan Club from 1994 and offered to send it over. This is not an offer I turn down, especially with the 20th anniversary of MMPR coming up next week, so join me as we explore the garden of delights that is the Power Rangers Fan Club Kit.
If you're a regular listener of ComicsAlliance's War Rocket Ajax podcast, then you're probably already aware that I'm in the habit of picking up video games from a few years back on the cheap while we're waiting on newer titles like Saints Row the Third or Mass Effect 3. My most recent buy was 2009's 50 Cent: Blood on the Sand, a game for which official description on the p
Celebrities writing (or "writing") comics is nothing new; there have been imprints and even entire companies devoted to the somewhat dubious concept, but usually they involve celebs from television, film, and the occasional rock or rap star.
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