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Monday, March 15, 2021
Some days I'm like, "what should I post today?" And other days I see things like this:
That's not a physical Justice League Unlimited Skeets model, but it could be.
It's creator, 3DPrintedPropsStuff on etsy.com, is selling the 3D files necessary to print your own 16-inch (!) Skeets model on your own personal 3D printer. I don't happen to have one of those, but if I did, this is exactly the sort of thing I would use it for. (And then I'd put an Alexa speaker in it.)
If you'd rather print yourself a Skeets that looks more like everyone's favorite security droid appeared in Booster Gold Volume 2, 3DPrintedPropsStuff has got that model, too.
Being able to print my own sidekick robot at home is something I couldn't even have dreamed of when Booster Gold debuted in 1985. The future is Boosterrific, indeed!
Friday, November 8, 2019
The Presidential election is still a year away, but here in America, the campaigning never ends! Show your support for your favorite candidate with this clever button from Darryl Young Design on Etsy.com:
Booster Gold always has my vote.
Friday, November 2, 2018
Looking for something to keep your head warm this winter? Do you have a friend who has cold ears? If you answered yes to either of these questions, HatsByZero has the solution for you!
These babies are handmade to order ($25 each or $45 together) via etsy.com. They're knitted to order and take two weeks to deliver, so be sure to order now if you want them before Old Man Winter arrives.
Monday, May 22, 2017
Sometimes cosplay isn't enough. Sometimes you have to bring your favorite heroes into your daily attire. That's what Drake McWhorter did.
Drake, known as TrailerDrake on Twitter, is a big Booster booster (*ahem*), and now he wears his allegiance to Blue and Gold around his neck. If you like it, you can buy your own from dexlarprice on Etsy.com for a very reasonable price.
(Note these ties are quite different from the Etsy Blue and Gold bows I featured last year, though those were also by dexlarprice.)
I have Booster t-shirts and a hoodie. Has anyone else managed to incorporate Booster into their daily wardrobe? And, yes, visible tattoos count.
On a related note — we are talking about Booster Gold merchandise, right? — has everyone signed George Pooley's petition for those cancelled Blue and Gold DC Collectible figures at Change.org? Spread the word!
Wednesday, October 26, 2016
Do you like leather jackets? Do you want to dress like actor Eric Martsolf from Smallville? Do you have $178? If you answered yes to all three of those questions, Sky-Seller.com might be the site for you!
Or maybe you'd prefer to save $3 and order from LeatherJackets.com:
Hmm. That image looks awfully familiar. Where have I seen that before? Oh, yes, I remember now:
Sky-Seller.com is registered to a private company in Panama. LeatherJackets.com is registered to an apparel company in San Francisco (B.L.K. International) which claims to have been in business for 20 years. If you look closely, you'll see that the LeatherJackets image is a poorly retouched version of the Sky-Seller image (you can clearly see the use of the clone tool to cover where the "Sky-Seller.com" watermark has been removed).
So Sky-Seller "borrowed" and retouched the image from thomdave's original forum post, and LeatherJackets "borrowed" that image and retouched it. Neither of them appear to have anything to do with Polakow, who has her own craft store on etsy.com.
The moral of today's post, boys and girls, is before you trust someone with your $175, you might want to do a bit of homework. Anyone who takes credit for someone else's work might not be the most trustworthy vendor.
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