When I was a kid, A Fistful of Dollars was on television a lot because westerns were still popular and Clint Eastwood was at the height of his superstardom in the 1970‘s. Also, it was only about 100 minutes long without commercials, so it fit perfectly into a two hour prime time TV slot. If Clint had a new movie out in theaters, Fistful of Dollars would be on The Million Dollar Movie all week, so I saw it a lot.
They aired a season of 26 episodes over the last few months, but have yet to announce whether or not they’re bringing it back in the fall. While attending the 2012 ITV Fest/PopCon L.A. with my friend Aris, we came across the TeeBlitz booth, where I noticed they had a cool “Save The Thundercats” T-shirt on display. It turns out they weren’t selling them, they were giving them away for free to Thundercats supporters who signed a petition at change.org for Cartoon Network to renew Thundercats for a second season. Being fans of the show, we had no problem signing up to support it. We also had an ulterior motive for signing: Aris’ friend does voice work on the series and we’d like to keep him employed. Plus, a cool T-shirt:
If you’d like to help Save The Thundercats, head over to change.org, sign the petition now and pass it on to your friends.
True story: because it’s never to early to start shilling Christmas shit, the 2011 Hallmark Keepsake Dreambook is here in July. For those not in the know, it’s a catalog of all the ornaments and decorations that Hallmark offers. A lot of them are licensed designs of well known characters. My girl picked one up and was thumbing through it when she came across this:
“What the fuck does that have to do with Christmas?” I wondered aloud. “I’m pretty sure Native American werewolves don’t celebrate it, and vampires are against holy water, crosses and all that other religious shit. What a stupid license.”
My girl comes back with, “They’re just Twilight characters. They’re not REAL vampires.”
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