August 22, 2009
Godzilla loves himself.

Or maybe he loves his child/distant cousin? I’m not especially well versed on Godzilla history, so I have no idea whether the 1968 Godzilla is meant to be the same individual as the 2000 version or not. In any case, Dusty Plastic HELLside #5 as two Godzillas in a warm setup. With Beatles lyrics. Bet you never thought you’d see that.

Unless you’ve read Twisted Kaiju Theater before, anyway! And there was my random plug for this update. 🙂 Oh, speaking of plugs, did I forget to mention that I reviewed the G.I. Joe Sigma 6 Battlefield General Cobra Commander over at Articulated Discussion a week or two ago? Yes.

In other news, I’m still trying to decide how I want to go about toy reviews — here’s the latest test layout (ignore that the text doesn’t always match up with the categories; this is just to sort of show how it would look). Whereas much of Scary-Crayon’s layout has sort of a quirky cartoon horror appeal, this scheme clearly takes its cue from video games and gaming mags (the bullets in the review section are even from the Street Fighter II Turbo selection menu).

So, what do you think? I welcome your input! The sooner I settle on a scheme, the sooner I can get back to reviewing toys… which will be cool since Chun-Li should be arriving sometime this coming week. Mmmm.

Until next time! :mrgreen:

-posted by Wes | 6:00 pm | Comments (3)

    I know what you mean. THAT CHUN LI IS GORGEOUS!!! (Never seen a better Chun Li in my life). I`ll try to get her later.

  • Newt says:

    That’s a spiffy layout. Looks like a lot of work though.

    • Wes says:

      I really appreciate the input, Newt! Fooling with the css took a bit of time, but — now that that’s done! — the actual writing of new reviews should take about the same amount of time as before (summary part notwithstanding). 🙂

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