We’ve received the sad news that actor Adam West passed away on June 9th after a battle with leukemia. He was 88 years old, and is survived by his wife Marcelle, six children, five grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. Like all of you reading this, we here at the Atomic Junk Shop were fans of Mr. West, so we thought he deserved an Atomic Roundtable where we talked about Mr. West, his career, and our personal memories of him.
Real column resumes next week, I promise. But in the meantime, here is some cool stuff you should know about.
Our pals at Sideshow Toys are having a contest! You can win one of their Premium figures, an incredible sculpt of Princess Diana of Themyscira, Wonder Woman!
As we frantically prepare for the Olympia Comics Festival, a great many things have been delayed …like this column. But I’m finally here.
Yes, it’s time for another jaunt through my brain, as I offer up some thoughts about the trades and books I read in May. Won’t this be fun?
A recent discussion touched on stories and characters on film that none of us ever believed Hollywood would touch, and that got me thinking about movies I could never have dreamed of. And that got me dreaming of them.