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Saturday, October 22, 2005

What do you want to be for Halloween?

What are you gonna dress up in costume as this Halloween? Looks like Max, my son, wants to be Optimus Prime, the leader of the Autobots from the cartoon Transformers... guess we better get busy making the costume! I'll be in my usual Number Six/Number Two attire from the television show The Prisoner.

And, don't forget, the Comix Connection Halloween sale and costume contest runs from Friday, October 28th through Monday, October 31st... come in on ANY of those days in costume and get your polaroid snapped to enter our contest and win valuable Gift Certificates and maybe even get some candy! C'mon, when else can you dress up as the Magical Pixie Death Robot and run around in public? Legally?


At 10/21/2005 10:43 PM, Blogger ChrisA said...

Hey, Bill. With my two girls the challenge has been getting to want to dress up as Star Wars characters. Given their obsession with princesses, it's been easier than I thought. Amidala and Leia make it possible for little girls to like SW. ... So, this year they're going as Hermione Granger. So much for the effort.

At 10/22/2005 10:12 AM, Blogger MegoSteve said...

Oh, man, that's cool. It's so funny we were just watching that episode of Dr. Katz with Ray Romano talking about his two year old daydreaming about candy. Candy!

At 10/22/2005 6:14 PM, Blogger Bill at Comix Connection said...

Ha ha, chrisa! You know, I never really thought about that, but SW does have great female characters...

Hah, yeah steve I can still hear that:



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