Hullo (again) folks. I'm Karl and I am also approaching forty. I like Transformers toys and comics, Lego, Doctor Who, Macross and a large heap of other things. You won't see me posting much artwork - out of consideration for the nerves and sanity of others - but you may encounter me posting the occasional stream of conciousness in a thread tucked away in a corner of the board somewheres.
Ed Pirrie. I pop in not as much as I'd like, usually just to bask in the radiance of some really brilliant people. And since it seems like we're all sharing things of questionable quality that we no less enjoy, I got a lot of love for the Japanese Godzilla movies of all eras. Also, I've been known to draw. And I have never seen Manimal.
Hallo. My name's Ian. I'm a life-long Transformers, Star Wars, Marvel and many-other-things fan. I live in Yorkshire, with my wife, and 2 daughters (Piglet, 6, and Squid, 1 and a half), and work as a Paramedic. I love Prowl, Captain Kirk and The Sentry, and have a modest collection of action figeroons. I read Marvel graphic novels, and I'm into films, astronomy, karate, gardening, eating pizza and drinking beer & wine. I'm looking for no strings attached adult fun, will reply to any messages, no time wasters please.
I was the one who let you know, I was your sorry ever after, '84, '85. Give me new toys and I'll decide, but I'm really only after, '84, '85.
I'm Topher, I'm from Texas. The board picked me up when I lost my home after the TCC board went under. Bogatan made the mistake of mentioning it to me, and everyone's regretted it since.
To say I love Dinosaurs is an understatement. Of epic proportions. Sharks and sealife as well. I also draw, though I'm not that great. Since a new non-TF gallery opened up, I may show off my non-TF stuff if the new board version stops being a pain in my arse. My avatar is one of my characters.
I love G1 Marvel, and Classics of all form (Classics, Universe, Generations, RtS), but my absolute favorites are Beast Era, G2, Robots in Disguise, and Animated.
I absolutely do not like the new "aligned" universe (Prime, WfC/FoC), the movieverse, or Shattered Glass.
Non-TFs... DC Comics, with a focus on Green Lantern, Green Arrow, and Teen Titans. My Little Pony: FiM (Rarity is my girl) Being Human (Both UK and US versions, not that the US stopped being a clone) Star Trek Stargate: SG1
Post by Grand Moff Muffin on Jan 29, 2013 19:42:43 GMT
I'm a throwback to the days of the Marvel US and UK comics. Particularly fond of Bob Budiansky's quirky stories. Also a great fan of the Japanese Transformers Masterforce cartoon from 1988. In general, I think Transformers are at their best - at their most special and interesting - when the stories are about alien robots in disguise, in amongst human society.
I also like classic literature and classic Looney Tunes cartoons, and I am licensed to disturb dormice. I work in environmental protection.
Little is known about this goblin beyond its dual role as an offensive weapon and teapot.
Mild-mannered software engineer by day, mild-mannered father-of-one (Charlotte, 2 1/4, light of my life) by evening.
Never really stopped being a Transformers fan in one form or another, being lucky enough to have a school-friend who did the same. We even had our own little fanzine with a circulation of 2, produced using the photocopy function of my parents' fax machine. Actual toy-collecting resumed in July 2002 when I bought myself an X-Brawn for myself for my birthday.
It probably even influenced my choice of degree, Cybernetics, where I certainly did a lot of AI and robotics but which is far more broad and interesting than that. I recently discovered there is a Transformer cyberneticist, but the chances of my ever owning one seem slim to none (at least I have a proper holy grail).
I draw and paint (or did when I had the time) and read comics - a Marvel zombie forever.
Sup. I'm Raven, resident lurker and incurable cynic. This forum is the only one I still frequent these days, having grown tired of the gigantic communities I used to post at years ago. If there's one thing I've learned in my online travels it's that if you have a hobby or interest you enjoy, it often helps NOT to ruin the enjoyment you get from it by visiting related online forums. This place has proven to be the single exception to that rule, which is why I still visit.
I've noticed since beginning my nocturnal lifestyle that we get up to 100 guests each night. Welcome as they are I do wonder who they be. Are they real people who fear to lurk during the day light hours, North American brethren, spambots, ghosts of visitors past or something else?