When we were at WDW in OCT my kids got b-day cards that had Roger Rabbit on them. Suprised the heck out of me, along with seeing some RR pins there. I was told though by a CM that they were going to be getting rid of the RR stuff though do to some licensing issue. Not sure if true though.
For those that mention X-Men ripping off Terminator, X-Men 141 where this started, came out in 1981, a few years before T1. I always loved DOFP, though over time so many possible variations came out, it got a little hard to keep track of.
I never liked Lori that much in the comics and the TV version seemed even more unlikeable. She earned Worst Mom Ever Award from me last night when she made that decision. She basically chose the baby (who she didnt seem to be sure would live) over Carl. She knew she was going to die with this...
Re: Toy Box Inc. 1970's Glow in the dark space sword
I went to a Catholic grade school and for some event at the church we had to pick a Saint or someone to dress as. I brought the sword and shield and went as the Archangel Michael (since thats my name)
Just saw it recently, it was it that or DOnt Be Afraid of The Dark. I'm a big fan of the original and didn't expect too much. I enjoyed it. My wife and I both thought of Russel Brand (who I love) as soon as Ten (who I also love) appear. I'll probably watch it again on DVD.
Re: So I've been offered an old movie theatre built in the late 30s
Jet, hope everything works out. It sounds like it would be awesome. Now I've just got to win the lottery so i can buy my own haunted movie theatre.
I've been going since around 1990 with Jodokast3 long before it was a Wizard con. It's had it's ups and downs, but I enjoy it every year. Mind you I have never been to Dragon or SDCC so I can't compare. But I never miss it.