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29 November 2029 @ 12:16 am

I guess you are here for the Action Figure Theater, right?

At the moment we do have lists of Stargate comics , Torchwood comics , Doctor Who comics, Arrow comics, Flash comics, Star Trek comics, Sherlock comics and John Barrowman comics .

And here is the list of all my customized actionfigures.

And my fanfiction masterlist

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25 October 2016 @ 02:30 pm
Happy Birthday niviene! Here's some cake for you:

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22 October 2016 @ 04:25 pm
Infinite action figures - or Inception, as a friend called it on Tumblr!

We have to thank alumfelga for the idea to today's picture.
12" Quantum Mechanix Kirk & Spock playing with 7" Diamond Select figures playing with 2" MegaBloks figures playing with 1" Playmates Toys figures ;)

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Best comments:

Paul Gibbs: I wanted to click 'love' 'laugh' and 'wow' all at once.

Petra Kienle: Kirkception! Spockception!

Sean O'Donnell: One of the best pictures ever! You could talk about parallel universes, time lines, different versions of Earth ect..

Ronald Kinsey Jr.: Universes is made of fractals. Everything breaks down into smaller and smaller or, bigger and bigger, fractally in some way.

Valerie Parv: All that picture needs is the life size Kirk and Spock playing with the QM figures.

Gregg Eshelman: If only Leonard Nimoy were still alive and you could have gotten him and Shatner to pose with them.
22 October 2016 @ 10:33 am
As promised, here are my birthday gifts. But first a very special thank you to vjezkova for that awesome and cute birthday cart from Jacquie Lawson! I took the time to play it all. I know and love their advent calendars, they are always done with so much love. But this was the first birthday card I got. Thank you very much!

And now on to the gifts, as usual under the cut.

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20 October 2016 @ 09:52 pm
And one bonus picture from my little Germany trip. I couldn’t fit my figures in there but want to show it anyway as it's too cute. Meet Tuffi, the circus elephant who rode the Wuppertal suspension railway in 1950. Only she didn’t like it and jumped through the window into the river. She was not hurt thankfully.

The "real" picture is a photo montage long before photoshop was invented. There were reporters present for this ride, but they were not quick enough to take a picture.

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Today's story was inspired by President Obama talking about Star Trek recently. I thought he might want to meet his hero!
Please find some more detailed pictures and close-ups behind the cut.
(Look what he has on his table ;) )

Edit: Look at the high praise I got from Quantum Mechanix! "These photo shoots are about the best thing in my day. This one is epic! #LLAP" https://twitter.com/QMxInsider/status/787756978084904966

There was more also: "It's bigger on the inside ;)" https://twitter.com/QMxInsider/status/787757067750805504

Comment to the close-up of tiny figures: "oh my gosh that's just way too cool!!! :)"https://twitter.com/QMxInsider/status/787764540914237440

And me explaining about how I made the glass table from photoframes: "incredibly clever and creative! Great work!" https://twitter.com/QMxInsider/status/787766856761348097

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12 October 2016 @ 12:33 pm
After all these city trips, the guys want to have a nice hike! Off to the Externstones. No idea why they are called Externsteine, but they look really nice! Between Paderborn and Detmold, if anyone wants to go.

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10 October 2016 @ 11:55 pm
I always wondered what would happen if Malcolm Merlyn / Dark Archer from "Arrow" and Indiana Jones had a scimitar fight. Who would win? Well, if you know Indy, you know the solution to the problem ;)

I made the scimitar that says Al Sa-Her on it. Here's how: http://dieastra.livejournal.com/128841.html

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09 October 2016 @ 12:56 am
Yes, I'm spamming today but I NEED to show you the awesome things my Canadian friend niviene has sent me from the Canadian Post office! Stamps and a stamp dispenser, looking like a mail box, all with lovely Enterprise decoration. Isn't it awesome? An early birthday gift for me (my birthday is next week). Thank you my friend! *hugs*

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Showing all four sides:

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But it didn't stop there, I also got these cute tiny patches:

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For this next picture I've used my smaller Kirk, he's about 5" (my other figures are 7" and would be too big for it) - I had to raise it slightly.

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08 October 2016 @ 06:29 pm
"Spock's Brain"

I couldn't resist buying this brain shaped eraser yesterday in a dollar shop.
Wonder if I should go on a quest trying to illustrate all Star Trek episode titles. They often had very poetic names, it may be fun to come up with a different interpretation!

For those not in the know, "Spock's Brain" is considered the worst or at least one of the worst Star Trek episodes ever. In it a woman steals Spock's brain without harming him in any other way, and they go into search for it. Spock tags along, being moved around with a remote control. All poor Leonard Nimoy had to do in this episode was walk or stand around with an empty stoned face. In the end they put the brain back in, and Spock is actually conscious and helping by telling McCoy which wires to connect. As I said, awful stuff.

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08 October 2016 @ 09:01 am
The last building from our German trip: Cologne Cathedral. It took over 600 years to finish. With a break of 300 years in between.

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05 October 2016 @ 10:05 pm
Today our trip through Germany arrives at the historical town hall / city hall in Münster. This was the first of the models I spotted, and I regretted not having any figures with me. In fact I went home again just to get them as otherwise I couldn't have lived with that missed opportunity.
I also have seen this building in real life when I was visiting a friend a few years ago!

Eric Aitken at Facebook: "Looks like it could be from the episode where they are trying to stop the Klingons from taking over that planet where the residents are actually made of energy."

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04 October 2016 @ 10:19 pm
Our travel continues - today we are at the Hermannsdenkmal in Detmold - a memorial for the Battle of Teutoburg Forest back in 9 CE.

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