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Before we jump into what's coming on the site, take a gander at some Sunday comics. Did you follow these strips? And could these ever be blockbusters in today's age like they were in the past?
PAST EVENTS: Much of this past week was a little offbeat as we recovered from the C2E2 Convention visit. We spent time with alien movies, and reminisced about childhood science experiments; we talked about our young imaginations and must watch TV, we also shared some trivia. We have much more comic related fun in the coming week, but check out the previous posts for interesting conversation you may have missed. Here are some more cosplay pictures we wanted to share with you.
And to wrap up some of the trivia from yesterday, here is a look at the Simon Williams / Wonder Man scenes that were mentioned. ** SPOILER ALERT **There are rumors he may make an appearance in the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 released later this week, so keep your eyes open.
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RECOMMENDATIONS: This past week I was on the road to the upper Midwest and the still chilly weather of Duluth, Minnesota. During my stay there I participated in an "escape room" team building event at the Zero Hour. If you are not familiar with "escape rooms," there are various games but they generally involve deciphering clues and physically maneuvering in order to escape a controlled trap or situation of some type. For our work event, nine of us were dressed in prison garb, handcuffed, and locked in a cell with only an hour to escape our wrongful incarceration. We had to find keys, maneuver our way out of the jail cell, unlock cabinets to find tools for further release, investigate passwords to a computer system to erase our criminal records, and work as a team to do it quickly. It was surprisingly difficult and the clues and codes were not simple. It was an extremely engaging and memorable time. Watch for similar settings in cities near you and try it out with family and friends. For sixty minutes of gameplay and memories for years to come try it out. It fits right in with the Bronze Age antics of Scooby Doo, Mission Impossible, and Andy Griffith crossed with gaming and puzzle solving. I give the experience at least 4 Bronze Medallions.
Have a great week all! Cheers!