Wednesday, November 13, 2019

"Pin-Up"


This is a fun music video to celebrate the World of Warship's third year anniversary.

Enjoy the eye and ear candy,
Brian


This is a behind the scenes making of the video so enjoy that as well!

Monday, November 11, 2019

Millennium Con XXII





We had some great games at this year's Millennium Con!  Glad to meet some of you guys at the gaming table and hope to throw some dice with you soon.

Great gaming everyone!
Brian & Melonie

Thursday, October 31, 2019

Happy Halloween!


We just wanted to wish you all a very happy Halloween.

So happy Halloween, already.
Brian & Melonie

Friday, October 25, 2019

"Saving Private Ryan"


This flick follows a squad of GIs with the task of bring back a lone paratrooper back home in this epic WWII masterpiece.  Can't believe its taken me this long to acknowledge it but here it is.  Take a gander at the trailer and see what you think.  This is one of the greatest WWII flicks ever made so if you don't know anything about it, get your ass out there and watch it already!

A must for any WWII efficinado,
Brian


"Dauntless: The Battle of Midway"


This low-budget flick tells the tale of a Dauntless crew that participated in the fateful attack on the Jap carrier fleet at Midway and a DBY crew looking for them when they ditched into the drink.  Although the acting is mediocre, its got heart and the cgi effects are pretty good.  Take a gander at the trailer below and see what you think.

Worth a once over for sure,
Brian




Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Saturday, September 28, 2019

Boy Comics 11


Pappy provides us all with another Golden Age tale of the brave All Boy heroes fighting against another Axis enemy, Iron Jaw.  Swing over and read this excellent tale.

Thanks Pappy,
Brian

Friday, September 27, 2019

"POLLEN’S WOMEN: THE ART OF SAMSON POLLEN… "


The excellent folks at Men's Pulp Mags.com has a great article on another legend in the pulp art scene, Samson Pollen.  Swing over to the article and get your learn on.

Excellent stuff as always,
Brian

Monday, September 9, 2019

Medal of Honor Monday: William G. Fournier


"For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty as a rifleman with Company K, Third Battalion, First Marines, First Marine Division, in action against enemy Japanese forces on Okinawa Shima in the Ryūkyū Chain, May 2, 1945.  Dug in with another Marine on the point of the perimeter defense after waging a furious assault against a strongly fortified Japanese position, Private First Class Foster and comrade engaged in a fierce hand grenade duel with infiltrating enemy soldiers.  Suddenly an enemy grenade landed beyond reach in the foxhole.  Instantly diving on the deadly missile, Private First Class Foster absorbed the exploding charge in his own body, thereby protecting the other Marine from serious injury.  Although mortally wounded as a result of his heroic action, he quickly rallied, handed his own remaining two grenades to his comrade and said, "Make them count."  Stouthearted and indomitable, he had unhesitatingly relinquished his own chance of survival that his fellow Marine might carry on the relentless fight against a fanatic enemy, and his dauntless determination, cool decision and valiant spirit of self-sacrifice in the face of certain death reflect the highest credit upon Private First Class Foster and in the United States Naval Service.  He gallantly gave his life in the service of his country." 

From PFC Foster's Medal of Honor citation, awarded on August 19, 1946.


Thank you for your service and may you be at peace,
Brian