I normally channel my inner Batman
but with your certain warmth and curves
your sunflower-y vibes give energy
I conjure what Superman possesses
and I feel like flying across the skies Ω
The Punisher (as seen on the Marvel Netflix show “Daredevil”). Badass. The logo on his bulletproof vest is a nice touch.
The Undertaker (WWE). Of course I can’t miss out on a miniature version of my childhood hero.
Sorry about the empty space. NO. It’s John Cena (WWE).
Batman, as seen on Batman: The Animated Series, my favorite animated show ever.
DC’s Earth One Batman. I love the paint job on this one.
One of the things I do in my free time is taking black and white photos (mostly) for my Instagram. And my regular subjects? My beloved Funko Pops! Here are some of what I took, and most of them are newly-bought (The Punisher and the two Batmen.
As you can tell, I have bought way too many Batmen. But nope. You’re wrong. There will never be enough Batmen.
Anyway, check out my other photos on Instagram!
I’ve been on a blogging roll since last month, and I couldn’t be happier with the way things are going on The Dispatch. I started writing again on the blog, tackled a bit more on pro wrestling, and came up with a new segment in Questions & Exclamations.
Since I started talking more rasslin’, I thought maybe I could write more Qs&Es this week by watching more WWE after going home from work. I spent almost 3 hours for Raw, 2 for SmackDown, 1 for NXT and 1 for the new cruiserweights-exclusive 205 Live. I enjoyed the shows this week (although I am a bit sad about the lack of Shinsuke Nakamura on the NXT episode), and I was able to jot down each episode’s important points. I said, “Oh, this is going to be great!”
And then I logged on to my WordPress dashboard, started transfering my notes, started expounding on those notes, and… and then… I stopped. I just stopped. I just stopped.
After spending more than 3 hours of watching and reviewing this week’s WWE programming, I felt burned out. Really burned out. It’s like those sugar rush episodes wherein it all ends up with you crashing down—in my case, it’s my mind on full pro wrestling overload that suddenly went BSOD. Maybe this is my mind telling me to slow down and rethink my strategy on how I run things on The Dispatch.
And slow down, I must do. I should just talk about my birth month since it’s now… December! (Yey!)