It’s fanboy new!
Some cool things this week like an interview about what goes into making a card set, continuing debate about convention pricing, and more!
Check it out below!
Fan Gets Permanent Tattoo After Crosby Autographs Her Arm
After the Penguins beat Nashville in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals Monday night, fans were understandably thrilled that their team was able to pull off a victory, though it wasn’t their best game.Austin Raetz, from Kankakee, Illinois, said after the win, “It’s amazing. I don’t know how you can win with those few shots, but they got it done. It’s a magical team.”
George W. Bush Will Autograph A Copy of Portraits of Courage For You
President George W. Bush will be signing his book Portraits of Courage on Monday, June 5 at the Bush Center. Only a few wristbands are still available for purchase online. Each wristband includes entry to the Portraits of Courage special exhibit and one signed copy of Portraits of Courage, with the opportunity to purchase one additional signed copy.
Pierce Brosnan Praises Roger Moore: ‘He Is the Only Actor I Ever Asked for an Autograph’
The small brotherhood of actors who’ve played James Bond shrunk by one last week when Sir Roger Moore died on May 23 at the age of 89.Pierce Brosnan, who played the debonair spy in four films before handing off duties to Daniel Craig, recently remembered Moore’s legacy in an article for Variety.Brosnan wrote, “He reigned over seven movies as James Bond with exceptional skill and comic timing laced with a stiletto vengeance.”
Autograph hunter’s ‘lost’ treasure trove of celebrity signatures is being auctioned off for thousands of pounds after being found abandoned in a London council flat
Hundreds of autographs of some of the world’s biggest stars are going up for auction – and are expected to make thousands of pounds – after being found abandoned and forgotten in a London council flat.The collection of celebrity signatures and signed photographs, described as one of the most impressive finds of its kind, was built up by super-fan Roy Saward over 50 years.
Are Celebrity Autographs and Photo Ops Too Expensive?
How many here think that the price of photo ops and/or autographs from a favorite celebrity is really worth it? With the crowds at these events reaching astronomical levels due to the likely population explosion, it’s no wonder if it’s worth it to wait 2 to 3 hours in line to get a photo op with a sci-fi/comic book celebrity.
You could shorten your line wait by purchasing a VIP pass for big bucks to pay for something that also costs big bucks.
St. Marys woman’s autograph collection grows
Chrys Stout-Yonkins’ collection of celebrity autographs continues to grow.
The signatures of Meat Loaf, Jack Black, Emilio Estevez, Duran Duran and Art Garfunkel, which are her favorite autographs, and many, many more fill 21 photo albums compiled by Stout-Yonkins of St. Marys. And she is getting ready to start a 22nd photo album.
She figures she has about 2,000 autographs in this collection.
Remember autograph books?
Most feel that what is hand-written on the pages of your high school yearbook from so-called friends is nothing more than perfunctory comments that have little meaning. That is because your fellow classmates had to quickly think about what to write while you were standing there patiently waiting for their signature. Too good to be forgotten or hope your future is as bright as the next page (which, of course, is black) would work! But those that utilized a full page to write a book of their own for you, were your friends and what they had to say may surprise you especially if many years have passed since your haunted days of high school and your present memory is diminishing. Looking at those comments will not only bring back memories of youth but may offer a new identity that had been lost due to life’s ongoing struggles.
Credit Gino Geruntino / WRVO
‘Cool dude’ Tim Tebow packs them in for game with Suns
Municipal Stadium seemed to lean to the left on Thursday.
It wasn’t a political statement. But if there was a vote, it would have been all for Tim Tebow.
The former Heisman Trophy winner turned aspiring baseball player patrolled left field for the Columbia Fireflies in their game against the Hagerstown Suns. He was the draw of the day.
Outlander Trading Cards: Chatting with Cryptozoic’s George Nadeau
Outlander trading cards, created by Cryptozoic, are hot! A trade magazine featuring the cards on the cover and containing a promo card sold out. Resale prices are high. Season 2 product is selling like crazy. And – they’re gorgeous! I had a chance to chat with George Nadeau, the company’s Manager of Product Development, about trading cards in general, and Outlander cards and the fandom specifically.
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