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news.avclub.comYes, Thanos also killed half of all puppies and kittens in Avengers: Infinity WarMultiple characters in Avengers: Infinity War state that intergalactic warlord Thanos’ ultimate goal is to restore balance to the universe by wiping out half of all life, and by the end, he finally makes it happen thanks to the limitless power of the Infinity Gauntlet. The movie then showed the devastating aftermath of Thanos’ victory, with several minutes of sustained misery as hero after hero faded into dust and then a post-credits stinger that featured Nick Fury trying to make his way through a busy city street as half of the people driving cars or flying nearby helicopters began to disappear. Still, Thanos didn’t just wipe out half of the people in the universe, he wiped out half of all life, an important distinction that Birth.Movies.Death. decided to get some clarification on from Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige.
sfgate.comAll 34 Stan Lee Marvel Movie Cameos Ranked, Through ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’ (Photos)Every time a new Marvel movie comes out, the one thing hardcore fans can count on is a special cameo from comic book legend Stan Lee. Some have been fun surprises, while others have been underwhelming. Here's the definitive list of every Stan Lee appearance through "Ant-Man and the Wasp," ranked from boring to excelsior! 34.) "Deadpool 2" (2018) The bottom of this list consists of Lee's "blink and you'll miss it" cameos. In "Deadpool 2," he doesn't actually appear in the movie in person - he pops up as a huge wall mural that's a bit tough to spot, and gone almost immediately. 33.
dornob.comPuzzle Stairs and Hidden Reading Nooks: Small Home Full of Smart SurprisesSmall space challenges can be fun when you think of them like a game of Tetris, fitting pieces together in just the right way to create a functional whole. Anyone who has strolled through an Ikea showroom and marveled at how they cram every square inch of a 120-square-foot apartment with furnitu ...
geekyface.co.ukWhy Movie T-Shirts Make Great Collectables.Collecting movie merchandise is a popular hobby – and there’s lots of awesome things to collect. Items collected include action figures, pin badges and autographs. Not to mention DVDs (and in more recent years Blu-rays). Even vintage VHS and Betamax have become highly collectable - with some rare releases fetching hefty prices. But what about Movie T-shirts? You don’t hear of people collecting movie t shirts as a hobby – BUT every now and then a vintage t-shirt will appear at auction and can fetch a decent price. So they must be collectable – and the more I think about it the more I think movie t shirts are a great investment. Most people purchase t shirts, wear them a few times and then throw them in the bin. But why not keep them? In this blog post I’m going to argue why you shouldn’t throw away those awesome movie tees. Masters of The Universe T-Shirt There are FOUR main reasons why people collect things: Nostalgia People like collecting things because it reminds them of a certain period of time. It gives them that warm fuzzy feeling of Nostalgia. And this rings true for Movie T-shirts. Because what’s more nostalgic than a t shirt displaying your favourite movie design? Movies from the 80’s and 90’s can still be found on t shirts today. Cult films such as Star Wars and Pulp Fiction are still sold on the high street. And the thing about t shirts is… when you wear them you spread the nostalgia to other people too. BUT don’t just limit yourself to t-shirts depicting movies of the past. Because t-shirts with designs of current movies have the potential for nostalgia too - and the longer you hold on to them the more nostalgic they’ll be. You see t-shirts printed to coincide with the release of current movies might never be printed again. Only a small number of iconic movies get licences to keep printing years later. IE Star Wars or Back to the Future. Recent films such as Steven Spielberg’s Ready Player One or Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War might never be printed again. So imagine how much nostalgia you’d feel pulling these t-shirts out again in 5, 10 or even 20 years from now? And how cool you’d look when you’re the only one wearing the t shirt - because everybody else threw theirs in the bin years earlier? That’s right - you’d look the mutts nuts! So don’t throw them away. Your future self will thank you for it. Invest – collect an item in the hope that it will increase in value over time. Some people collect as a form of investment - they hope their collection will become more valuable over time. And movie merchandise has the potential to do just that. In 2016 a rare action figure of Star Wars Boba Fett fetched a whopping £26,000 at auction. Original Movie Posters can be extremely valuable too – last year an original 1931 Dracula movie poster sold for a record $525,800 in Texas. But film t-shirts can be worth small fortunes too. Some vintage movie t shirts can fetch between £50 and £60 just for one t shirt – even if they’ve been worn. Imagine if you kept them in mint condition? How valuable would they be then? If you’re collecting to invest - there are three things that determine value over time: Rarity – How rare is the item? Most people throw their t shirts away after they’ve worn it a few times. You don’t hear of people collecting movie tees. And this can make them extremely rare over time. This is especially the case for obscure movies. EG Horror B Movies from the 1980’s have become extremely popular. Merchandise for B Movies can fetch a lot more than blockbuster films of the same period. Because it’s so rare. So imagine if you had a collection of Original B-Movie t shirts from the 1980’s. Depicting films such as Re-animator or The Evil Dead. You’d be sitting on a small fortune! Demand – Is there a demand for the item? Were movies are concerned there’ll always be a demand for any sort of merchandise. Most films have a fan following - and so there’ll always be someone that wants to buy the t shirt. Whether it’s a collector or someone who just wants to wear it – and if the t shirt’s not available on the high street the demand will be greater than supply which pushes up the value. Condition – The greater the condition the more valuable it will be. It’s hard to find vintage movie t shirts in mint condition. T-shirts aren’t often seen as collectable. People wear them and then throw away. Vintage movie t shirts you do see have usually been worn - yet these still fetch decent prices. So imagine if they were in mint condition. How much would they sell for then? Sports collectors have long been on onto this fact. Vintage football shirts can be worth a lot of money – and so collectors buy football shirts whilst on sale and store them for the future. The same can be done with movie t shirts. But the great thing about movie tees is you can buy them for a fraction of the price of football shirts. Which leaves lots of room to grow in value over time. So next time you receive a movie t shirt as an unwanted gift (Maybe it doesn’t fit or you already have the t shirt) - then consider keeping hold of it. You never know it could be worth a lot more in years to come. Tip - If you’re collecting movie shirts as a form of investing – then we’d recommend buying licensed shirts. These are limited to however long the licence runs, and official items are usually more sought after by collectors. Beetlejuice T-Shirt Relates to a Passion or Hobby If you love movies then t shirts are a great way of expressing your passion – and you get to show off your passion to the world by wearing the t shirt for all to see. You can collect a particular niche too. There are t shirts covering every film genre you can think of. Horror, Comic Movies, Sci-Fi - even TV t-shirts. And unlike other collectables, t shirts are relatively inexpensive – so collecting them won’t cost you the earth. To display and admire People love to collect things that they can display – so that they can observe and admire their collection. It gives collectors a sense of pride. But what better way to display your collection than wearing it - and showing it off to the world in the process. Also the artwork on some t shirts can be AWESOME – so why not frame them? Football t shirts can be framed and displayed so why not movie tees. You could even have your movie tee signed by a celebrity at a film convention. Just imagine how awesome this would look in a framed display! And movie T-shirts are easy to store too – they can be folded and stored away so don’t have to take up much space. So next time you go to throw out your old movie tees then think again. Maybe you do collect movie t-shirts? If you do we’d love to hear about it. How big is your collection? Let us know. If not – then why not start your collection today? Take a browse of our movie tees available HERE1
cheerschristmas.comChristmas Crafts: 25+ Marvellous Vintage Christmas Craft Ideas » CheersChristmasThe generation might have moved ahead and we might have adapted to everything new and trending. However there is something special out of that old school charm which I can never get enough off. Call me whatever you want, but everything old and vintage will always have my sentiments. Hence this Christmas I decided to make Christmas crafts out of vintage items or what you might call vintage Christmas crafts. Check out some timeless, gorgeous and marvellous vintage Christmas craft ideas Not only they are beautiful, gorgeous and timeless but they take me back to those old days of the1
news.avclub.comDuncan Jones is making a very British comic book movieLast week, Moon and Warcraft director Duncan Jones teased that his next project would be a “pretty special” comic book adaptation, and though he didn’t offer any other information, Edgar Wright jumped in to say that he knew what Jones was working on and that he was “excited” about it. We would’ve had a hard time trying to predict what he was making, since DC is developing multiple Joker spin-offs and Marvel is digging so deep that it’s seriously considering an Eternals movie, but luckily Jones didn’t make us wait long for the reveal. Today, he posted a slightly more informative video on Twitter:
avclub.comThe modern era of the superhero movie begins in earnest with X-MenThroughout the ’80s and ’90s, the X-Men comics captured the collective imagination of the kids and teenagers who were willing to pay attention to comic books. The books had rich casts of characters. They had great storytelling, with long and ambitious plotlines that would stretch over months or even years. They had the evergreen theme of a society that oppresses outsiders, and that resonated even among the kids who didn’t quite understand what they were reading. And they had Wolverine, a beloved badass character with a whole deep mythology of his own. (For a while, Wolverine was so popular that he would guest in pretty much every Marvel comic, leaving 4th-grade me puzzled as to how Logan had enough time to go on all these different adventures.)