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Comic Con International: TMNT 30th Anniversary Panel

 

Comic Con International 2014 came and went so fast this year.  With so much going on, I have not been able to share all the awesome Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles events that went on over that weekend.  This year Comic Con went TMNT crazy with panels worth going too all weekend long.  The new movie was in Hall H, the Turtle Power Doc was held that same day, followed by Playmates Toys, Nickelodeon, and the 30th Anniversary Panel.  I want to share a full rundown of the weekend, though going to work my way up to that by sharing the panels first.  This here is the TMNT 30th Anniversary Panel.

Movie Review: Men in Black 3

For me, there’s not many movies out there that when the title is said their theme song gets stuck in my head.  Though this is one film where that is exactly what happens.  As soon as I hear the worlds “Men in Black”, all I can remember is that theme song that came out back in 1997.  It was so good and so cool that I will always remember that song and the original Men in Black movie lands right in that same area, very unforgettable film that stands out.  The sequel came out in 2002 and did not get as much love as the original film.

Review: TMNT Shell Shock Grand Opening!

On March 17th, 2012, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle fans crowded into Nickelodeon Universe at the Mall of America to help break a World Record of people dressed up like Ninja Turtles.  For a few months now, we have been promoting that the Cowabunga Corner Crew will be at this event and we were, in full force.  With help from friends Fugitoid, Tokka, TurtleNinja, Draco and my mother, Claudia, we had people throughout the crowd to help cover this amazing story in video, photos and written reviews.

Surgery - the Pains and Rewards

It’s been a few

RSD and Me

RSD - Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome

I’m writing this story to help get awareness out there for something that I have lived with for six years now. RSD, also known as Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome, is very painful and debilitating disorder. Someone just touching a person who has RSD can cause pain to that person with the slightest touch to the area where the RSD is affecting the person. For me, it’s my right arm. Here is my story, one I’ve told thousands of times in the last six years.