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Pro Wrestling Crate always gives some of their proceeds to charity and this month is no exception.
This time They donated a huge box of Micro Brawlers to.
The ever popular Marine Corps.
charity has been delivering hope and joy to children in need for over 80 years.
Pretty awesome guys.
If you’d like to see more reviews of the various subscription boxes I get, please head right on over  and check out the spoilers.
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Pro Wrestling Crate always gives some of their proceeds to charity and this month is no exception.
This time some of the money has gone to the.
This is, of course, very timely considering that not too long ago Roman Reigns came out to the fans with the bad news that he once again was fighting a tough battle against an old opponent – Leukemia.  If you’d like to see more reviews of the various subscription boxes I get, please head right on over  and check out the spoilers.
If you’d like to get your very own Pro Wrestling Crate and use the coupon code “Home” to get 20% off your first crate.
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Pro Wrestling Crate always gives some of their proceeds to charity and this month is no exception.

This time some of the money has gone to Mr

Wonderful Paul Orndorff, in his attempt to.
It appears that he was in dire need of some help as he was sitting on $10k worth of debt and was about to lose his house.
Fans stepped in and he is (hopefully) all good now.  If you’d like to see more reviews of the various subscription boxes I get, please head right on over  and check out the spoilers.
If you’d like to get your very own Pro Wrestling Crate and use the coupon code “Austin” to get 20% off your first crate.
For this being one of the more vague themes, I feel like it was put together well, and I always love getting more micro brawlers – which reminds me that they have up for sale now.
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If you thought last week’s  was all for this week, YOU WERE WRONG, BROTHER.
Pro Wrestling Crate always gives some of their proceeds to charity and this month is no exception.
This time some of the money has gone to the , the father of Impact Wrestling star Trevor Lee. Caddell passed away unexpectedly in July.
He was the co-founder of the OMEGA promotion in the early 90’s and he played a big role in launching the careers of Matt Hardy, Jeff Hardy, and Hurricane Helms.
If you’d like to see more reviews of the various subscription boxes I get, please head right on over and check out the spoilers.
If you’d like to get your very own Pro Wrestling Crate and use the coupon code “Warrior” to get 20% off your first crate.
Last time, I reviewed the comic and it was pretty cool, since the Lucha Brothers are two of my current favorite wrestlers, I’m excited to see where this one goes.
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Alrighty folks.
It’s once again time to take a trip down to the mailbox and get all that wrestling goodness that I get each quarter.
Today.

We’ll be looking at yet another edition of WWE Slam Crate

and this one was largely on time after The last few Loot Crate boxes.
After ranting a bit last time, I’ll keep this short and sweet and jumped to the point.
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Another Day, another foray into my stack of wrestling comics I’ve obtained in the past few years but woefully neglected to read for some reason.
In the past, and especially in the days when I was a really heavy comic reader, I never really got into wrestling comics simply because they would usually take things far too seriously or end up like the infamous Ultimate Warrior comic book where he ….emmm…. Nowadays, it seems like wrestling comics are thankfully way more fun, much like today’s topic.
Today, we’ll be looking at a comic that came from one of my boxes from , although I think it was originally produced by Chido comics as a follow up to their successful line of Lucha Underground comics via.
You might remember Chido comics was also the company behind the I’ve done on here in the past.
A few years back.

A short clip surfaced online of Ryan using his penis (not really

wrestling’s silly) to flip someone over after they attempted to harm his downstairs neighbor.
This, of course, went incredibly viral due to the silliness and absurdity of the “move” and basically changed Ryan’s entire career.
Now, he’s managed to even.
In this post- world of pro wrestling, where despite heckling by diehard MMA guys (You know it’s fake right brah!) – everyone knows exactly what wrestling is, and a gimmick such as this can flourish.
In fact, lately it seems like wrestling things that go viral are almost always something intentionally ridiculous, and make somebody what I assume is a pretty good living.
they might even get popular enough to appear on National TV wrestling brands such as Impact Wrestling and Lucha Underground, or even get their own comic book.

This comic is basically a sort of alternate future affair for Mr

Ryan as it’s not a tale of him at his prime vanquishing evil-doers

but a story of a washed up and grizzled Ryan who has abandoned the business due to a horrible tragedy and how he gets back into the ring.
It seems that five years prior to this comic, Joey Ryan and his tag partner Candice LeRae (who is not named) were involved in some sort of match where a wrestler was killed and LeRae was horribly injured, .

Ryan obviously blames himself and has turned into a miserable drunk

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After reviewing the a few weeks ago, I remembered that I’ve actually received a few more wrestling comics in various boxes I’ve ended up with.
Forgive me for not remembering which one, but one of the very first packages I got contained a random issue of a comic called La Mano del Destino by J.
Gonzo.
For some reason, I tossed this book into my swag box and forgot about it until I went in looking for a Joey Ryan comic I also plan to review.
Published by a small independent publisher called Castle and Key Publication, La Mano del Destino is planned  to be a six issue series of which I believe five have been released.
My main question is – can you jump into this at issue 2, or would it be a bad idea.
we’ll see.
To read more about this comic series,.
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Pro Wrestling Crate always gives some of their proceeds to charity and this month is no exception.
This time some of the money has gone to the GoFundMe plan.
Flynn was a Northern California Wrestler and promoter that sadly suffered a stroke at age 33 and passed away.
If you’d like to see more reviews of the various subscription boxes I get, please head right on over and check out the spoilers.
If you’d like to get your very own Pro Wrestling Crate and use the coupon code “HOME” to get 20% off your first crate.
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Oh, before we move on….
If you’d like to see more reviews of the various subscription boxes I get, please head right on over and check out the spoilers.
It was that Masked Republic (who produces this box) decided to get into the comics industry by creating a brand initiative called Luchaverse.
This pin by Lapel Yeah is basically the “logo” of the brand.
Even without knowing what it ism this pin is pretty cool.
I have decided to do a full review of this Comic.
If you’d like one of these, check this out.
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Before going into any review for a box from Loot Crate, I wanted to touch base on a bit of controversy they seem to be perpetually embroiled in lately.
Since I actually pay for these boxes, you won’t see any fake glowing reviews without criticism on my site.
You see, I have been a member of since the very first box and recently signed up for (well about 6 months ago).
Until recently, I had absolutely no issues, but this spring – Summer has been ridiculously bad for the company for many reasons. It seems that, for whatever reason, Loot Crate can’t keep any of their boxes on schedule lately.
This WWE crate, for example,  was supposed to be shipped well over a month ago, apparently a Firefly Crate is really far behind, and my personal annoyance being Star Trek Mission Crate.
The first STMC was supposed to ship sometime in January with the second arriving in March.
If I recall we received #1 in February sometime and have YET TO RECEIVE #2.
Well, without further ado, lets actually talk about this particular crate instead of ranting.
This quarters theme was “Larger Than Life” and promised items from some of WWE’s biggest superstars, let’s see how it stacks up with my other wrestling crates like yesterday’s.
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This month, it looks like the chosen charity was for.
Apparently he hurt himself pretty bad a while back and needs a full knee replacement: If you’d like to see more reviews of the various subscription boxes I get, please head right on over and check out the spoilers.
If you’d like to get your very own Pro Wrestling Crate and use the coupon code “HOME” to get 20% off your first crate.
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Looks like it’s that time of the month again.
Time for yet another subscription crate un-boxing.
I know I seem to do a lot of these, but truthfully it’s just a few each month and the ones I usually get are awesome.
As you may or may not know, I’m an avid collector of wrestling memorabilia and signed autographs, and as someone that usually doesn’t care for receiving gifts on holidays and other special occasions, these boxes seem to give me the same feeling most people get on their birthday or Christmas.
Now before I start a therapy session, it’s time for the main event: This week we’re taking a look at the  June 2018.
This month’s theme is “Ladies of Wrestling” with some of the proceeds of this crate going to an organization called.
Womankind is a UK-based organization that helps support other organizations in developing nations that help women’s rights.
I’m not actually sure how long PWC has been donating to charity in these, as I may have been insanely unobservant in the past, but either way it’s cool to see them helping others with some of the money they receive.
All-in-all another great box from Pro Wrestling Crate – as always the autograph is always a highlight for me, but the shirts (especially the Rosemary one) were great, and I love my Micro Brawlers.
pound for pound, this is the best wrestling crate out there.
It usually has the most diverse selection of items, and the coolest themes.
To get your own, head on over to Pro Wrestling Crate at the following link:.
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As promised, I’m going to review a newer anime today rather than sticking to the decade of my birth like my last few entries.
This is one that many people have probably not heard of before, as it was created via a “crowd funding” project.
About a year ago, I found a film called Kick Heart by Masaki Yuasa and on.
Mr.
Yuasa is of course the man behind the surreal (and pretty much awesome) short film , so I knew I just HAD to back the project.
It doesn’t hurt that I’m also a huge pro wrestling fan either.
It eventually made it’s required money, but missed it’s “stretch goals” which would have potentially moved the project into a , but what we got was pretty awesome none-the-less.
The story follows a man named Romeo Maki as he tries to get by with a fairly surprising dual life.
Romeo works as both a masked professional wrestler and the CEO of a rundown orphanage.
He funds with orphanage via proceeds from his night job, but things aren’t looking good.
Lately the roof has been leaking non-stop, and it appears that a large snake has taken the children’s restroom as his home.
In desperation, Romeo enters a $50,000 “winner takes all” contest against another masked wrestler named Lady S, but things get weird real quick.
Lady S “gets off” by inflicting pain on her opponents, and Maskman M (Romeo) get’s the same pleasure from receiving pain.
I know this sounds like the makings of an adult film, but don’t worry, Kick Heart is pretty much.
Oh yeah, I forgot to mention that Lady S also works at the orphanage as a quiet young nun named Juliet, but Romeo doesn’t realize this.
The animation in this film is pretty nice, and resembles those old cartoons more than any anime I’ve ever seen.
Everything is sort of “sketchy” and VERY brightly colored, which really helps this film have an “edgy” or “underground” feeling to it.
It’s almost like something that would have aired on ancient show really late at night.
I enjoyed the fact that you never got to see Romeo’s face completely, this was mostly because he lived most of his life as a masked wrestler, and tradition generally goes that such performers are never to be seen in public without their masks on.
Romeo, in businessman mode, always has a black censorship bar over his eyes, a little touch that gives this film something different that really makes it stand out.
I love what Kickstarter and other crowd funding services could potentially bring to the anime market.
Films like this or the recent Blu-Ray release are products that most likely would not have been produced in the current anime market, so pre-ordering these projects beforehand really lessen the risk of the project being unsuccessful, and guarantees the releases.
Eventually I want to see more experimental films like this, and maybe older anime getting put up.
It really could change the landscape of the whole industry.
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Brad is still not with us this week, meaning that we have another guest filled episode.
This week’s show is yet another one featuring us telling stories of our past.
This time, we aren’t discussing drunk stories, but stories about the time when we all lived in a terrible apartment that was about to fall […].
A listener asked us why we did not one, but TWO gaming episodes right before E3, we respond by doing yet another gaming episode to cover ourselves.
Brad is off being a father or something, so we’re joined by The Ginger One himself, .

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This week the crew discusses the new X-Men film, X-men Days of Future Past.
Do we discuss how the movie was.
Do we discuss the travels of Ferdinand Magellan.
Does Dave discover more ammo to combat Mike in his never-ending quest to dethrone Wolverine as top dog of the Marvel universe.
We answer […].
Here is the second part of our long-winded discussion on video games.
This time we take a step back to review a new interdependently-made role playing game called Siralim and attempt to give away  some free stuff.
That is, until our run-in with the fabled lawnmower man.

Triangle Face Podcast Ep 6 – […]

This is the first half of a two-part discussion Brad, Dave, and Steve had about the state of gaming in 2014.
They discuss good things, bad things, and what we are all looking forward to in the gaming world.
Check back in a few days for more, as this one got a bit out of hand, […].

This week on Triangle Face Podcast

we will be discussing summer movies and more specifically the newest Godzilla movie.
As you can imagine, this episode is going to be full of spoilers so listen at your own risk.
Triangle Face Podcast Ep 4 – Deal With It   Related articles Film Review: Godzilla (2014) Why [Spoiler] […].
Another few weeks have passed, .

And it’s time once again for another largely substandard episode of Triangle Face Podcast

This time the guys (and Sarah) tell stories of everyone’s favorite pastime – drinkin’ the booze.
While some of us are too old for the party guy lifestyle of our youths, it’s fun to look back […].
In this episode, Stephen, Dave, and Brad discuss people that whine about books being turned into movies.
They they do some whining themselves.
Then they talk about obscure children’s books.
All in all, nothing gets accomplished.
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1984 Related Podcast I […].
On this episode, Dave, Mike, Steve, and Brad discuss a Stanley Kubrick related documentary called Room 237.
This film is a HIGHLY acclaimed, and award winning film for some reason that our crew really does not enjoy all that much.
Are there homoerotic erections everywhere.
Minotaurs.
Nazi Typewriters.
The answer is NO.
Triangle Face […].

Triangle Face Podcast Ep 0 – The Intro

Thomas flies solo as he explores the concept of Independence, just in time for the 4th of July.
Shaggy actually has a fiber connection in his new home.
He discusses what he can do with his new ISP with Thomas before both talks about the state of broadband in the United States.
Thomas wishes his dad a Happy Father”s Day.
After a hiatus that will be explained in a future episode, Shaggy returns to the show and talks about Intel”s latest veiled threats against those who would emulate the x86 instruction set.
Thomas talks about his mom, and how she influenced him.
Consider this a special Mother”s Day Edition of the show.
In this episode, Shaggy and Thomas experiment with Minecraft on a server created on Digital Ocean.
There have been some things going on, so I wanted to say I haven”t forgotten about the audience.
We will post more show content on a regular basis.
With the surprising news of Canonical discontinuing Unity and Ubuntu Touch, Thomas and Shaggy weigh in.
Add bonus: Meerkat.
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