Monthly Archives: June 2013

Hutt’s and Hockey

Toby Philpot & John Coppinger both brought Jabba to Life. Coppinger’s signature I already had, and was one of the original Jabba Sculptors. Philpot was one of those men who brought Jabba to life by being the puppeteer for the … Continue reading

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A Heisman update with a possible future Hall of Famer

Pete Dawkins won the Heisman in 1958 Terry Baker won the Heisman in 1962 Gary Beban won the Heisman in 1967 Eric Crouch  won the Heisman in 2001 Cam Newton won the Heisman in  2010 Rich Jackson was a 6 … Continue reading

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Game of Thrones and a Joe Voice actor!

Kristopher Tabori is a voice actor who I needed for my G.I. Joe project. He voiced Mercer in G.I. Joe the movie. That leaves me with 21 names left to have every G.I. Joe Sunbow voice actor. He also voiced  … Continue reading

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A redheaded Goddess, a great actor and a multisig pickup!

Felicia Day is one of my favorite ladies and i’ve wanted this card for awhile. Pretty stoked to add it to my collection after a long time of looking for it. Jerry O’Connell was the heart and soul of Sliders … Continue reading

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A Bestseller, bit of Bluegrass and a Horror Icon

Mary Jane Clark has authored 15 mystery books and counting, many of which are bestsellers. She’s a great add to my collection Mike Snider – Bluegrass player and comedian.who did a somewhat local show recently and I was able to … Continue reading

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Some football and baseball

Terrell Davis was one of my favorite players of my youth. He was dominant and a hell of an athlete that powered Denver to 2 superbowls and helped cement the legacy of Elway. For years i’ve wanted to add a … Continue reading

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A Basketball update!

Nothing too fancy, a few cheap Hall of Famers mostly known for either international play (Petrovic, Sabonis) or contributions to Women’s basketball (Edwards, McClain). Bernard King is the lone guy who had a profound NBA impact, and his NBA Career … Continue reading

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