On the LEGO Star Wars Artwork

At Easter I gave my sister a few of the display sleeves we received at the store for the LEGO Star Wars video game. She manages a frame shop, and I asked for her to frame one–preferably the XBox cover, but she suggested the PlayStation 2 cover because the artwork was cleaner on the “front.”Continue reading “On the LEGO Star Wars Artwork”

On Commander Cody

Playing LEGO Star Wars the other day I had to complete a mission and hunt down General Grievous with Obi-Wan and his partner. A clone trooper, named Commander Cody. My friend Todd complained about the character for having a dorky name on his LiveJournal today. Sure, it’s a dorky name. Sure, it doesn’t sound likeContinue reading “On Commander Cody”

More on Lego Star Wars

Six days away. The game is Six. Days. Away. I pre-ordered mine at work today. Somehow I’d been remiss in doing so. It was crazy funny hectic busy at work today. The Sony PSP, the new handheld system, launched today. We opened at eight, and people started lining up at about twenty past seven. AllContinue reading “More on Lego Star Wars”

On Lego Star Wars

I receive the LEGO Club Magazine every other month. The latest issue arrived yesterday. The issues contains an ad for the PS2 and XBox game, LEGO Star Wars, coming out at the end of the month. I’m positively giddy thinking about it. It’s freakin’ LEGOs! It’s freakin’ Star Wars. Okay, it’s Prequel Trilogy Star Wars,Continue reading “On Lego Star Wars”

On the USS Constellation

For Christmas my partents gave me a LEGO set, the USS Constellation, a recreation of one of the United States Navy’s oldest and most famous wooden ships. For a variety of reasons I hadn’t the opportunity to assemble the set until today. After working on the set for most of the afternoon, I’m finished, allContinue reading “On the USS Constellation”

Stones and Glass

I should be worried. I knew the two baseball teams in Gotham City without having to look it up. I even knew which league each team is in. (For those of you wondering, Gotham City hosts the Monarchs, of the National League, and the Knights, of the American League. The Monarchs replaced the Griffins, whoContinue reading “Stones and Glass”