2008 Disclaimer: Halo Action Figure Theater is a work of fiction. Any resemblance between the characters herein and real persons living, or otherwise, is purely coincidental. Oh, except for that “Lauren” character. That one is EXACTLY like OboeCrazy.
Sure. I had a choice of many different things Brad could be doing while he was bored doing surveillance on the MIB flotilla. He could be playing UNO. He could look at naughty magazines. He could dance a cotillion. He could be sanding the lighting bolt. (No picture available.) Many options. Ultimately, I had a pretty dress for B. that I hadn’t used, so I ended up doing another “MiB vs. Barbie” shot. Why? Because it’s fun. And Pixilz commented that my comic needed more passion. So… there ya go. Next up, Steve and Lois, giving new meaning to the phrase: “Conjuring the Banjo”.
In the meantime, I am starting to shoot the big summit, which means I FINALLY get to to unpack a Sephiroth doll I got from a Japanese merchant at some comic convention 2 years ago. (Sephiroth is evidently a popular character from some Playstation Final Fantasy game.) Since it is straight from Japan, it has great wording on the packaging like:
Yeah, I realize my French is probably about as good as Sephiroth’s English, but “A display stand!” might be my new battle cry.
So, anyway, I have to ask your opinion. For the summit, I have to pick what Chuck is going to wear. I have three options. He can wear his regular GI Joe green outfit he always wears. He can wear some formal clothes I got from Dragon or BBI, I can’t remember, or he can wear dress whites, which I would have to modify a bit to bring them up to admiral rank. I am leaning toward the Admiral thing, but since he is Chuck Norris, I’m not sure he necessarily has to wear military clothes. Which to choose?!