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Tuesday, March 12, 2013

"Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters"

What's up people?



I admit it. I was bad yesterday.
I was supposed to be saving money for a trip, and while I did do that, I also found out I had some extra to spend. "Some" being the operative word.

In any case, I made a stroll to my local comic shop, and proceeded to spend more than the some I was supposed to. But hey, it's what happens right?;)

I bought:

-DCUC Black Manta(Hey Omega, retribution for our boy is a coming;)
-Marvel Select Hawkeye. He comes with arrows, a kick-ass damaged Ultron base, and an arrows, and one that has the Wasp on it. Kind of like how the ML Hawkeye had Ant-Man on his.

-The new Batman Unlimited Super-Powers colored Penguin(he's coming soon)
-DCUC hooded Deathstroke(for only 20 bucks. I dare you to beat that price online or on eBay  Not gonna' happen.)
and
-from the Batman Legacy wave, Super-Powers colored Mr.Freeze(His gun shoots real water out just like in the old days!!!!!!;)

So not bad for $85 in total I guess......

And now onto something I bet you guys never thought you'd ever see......EVER!

Anyone remember this Elton John song?
Yep "Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters". It's definitely one of my favorites amongst a whole library of hits.

Well be prepared to see it song from the one person you'd never expect.....until now.










True story.

And yes, that just happened;)
Remember kids, only at Mr. Morbid's House of Fun will you ever see shit like this. Mostly;)


Here's some extra shit I was messing around with:

I call them, Variations of Doom.










5 comments:

Randomnerd said...

Now, I could see Doom loving the stage. In Latveria, I bet he puts on performances of Phantom of the Opera and demands his subjects attend whilst he sings on stage. Loudly.
I bet he changes the ending though.

Dale Bagwell said...

Yeah, he probably does. And if you don't clap and shed a tear at his performance, he'll just have his doombots blast your ass. I could even see Doom attempting to perform Les Miserable. Oh god what a train wreck that would be. And with doombots as most of the cast too;)

Randomnerd said...

The sad thing is, I'd probably clap more for that than I would for the real thing. As overplayed as it's been. :( I know, I know. HOrrible for me to say. I still liked the book better. Less singing.

Dale Bagwell said...

No don't feel bad. I agree with ya'. I can't stand Les Miserable, because it really is miserable. It's pretentious and highly over-rated. Plus I just plain hate musicals, except for maybe The Sound of Music, but they don't sing every line of dialogue though. Of course I maybe biased but I don't give a shit;)

Randomnerd said...

Plus, Captain Von Trapp was a badass.