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Ah…2006…This was a magical season. The Saints return to New Orleans and make a “made-for-TV” run for the Super Bowl. For the Who Dat Nation, this is were we got to witness the beginning of the Sean Payton/Drew Brees era. We also got a more steady flow of Saints figures in the McFarlane Sports Picks line. 
Series 14 featured the former Heisman trophy winner, Reggie Bush and a surprise chase figure, Drew Brees. Brees has become something of a mainstay with this line as he has had his likeness copied several times.
In the early years, Reggie Bush shared the collector spotlight with Brees as 2008 gave us series 17 and another Bush figure. Sadly, this would be the last standalone figure that we would get of Bush in a Saints uniform.
With the Saints run to Super Bowl XLIV following the 2009 season, we would see a lot more from Breesus.
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Ah…2006…This was a magical season. The Saints return to New Orleans and make a “made-for-TV” run for the Super Bowl. For the Who Dat Nation, this is were we got to witness the beginning of the Sean Payton/Drew Brees era. We also got a more steady flow of Saints figures in the McFarlane Sports Picks line. 
Series 14 featured the former Heisman trophy winner, Reggie Bush and a surprise chase figure, Drew Brees. Brees has become something of a mainstay with this line as he has had his likeness copied several times.
In the early years, Reggie Bush shared the collector spotlight with Brees as 2008 gave us series 17 and another Bush figure. Sadly, this would be the last standalone figure that we would get of Bush in a Saints uniform.
With the Saints run to Super Bowl XLIV following the 2009 season, we would see a lot more from Breesus.
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Ah…2006…This was a magical season. The Saints return to New Orleans and make a “made-for-TV” run for the Super Bowl. For the Who Dat Nation, this is were we got to witness the beginning of the Sean Payton/Drew Brees era. We also got a more steady flow of Saints figures in the McFarlane Sports Picks line. 
Series 14 featured the former Heisman trophy winner, Reggie Bush and a surprise chase figure, Drew Brees. Brees has become something of a mainstay with this line as he has had his likeness copied several times.
In the early years, Reggie Bush shared the collector spotlight with Brees as 2008 gave us series 17 and another Bush figure. Sadly, this would be the last standalone figure that we would get of Bush in a Saints uniform.
With the Saints run to Super Bowl XLIV following the 2009 season, we would see a lot more from Breesus.
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Ah…2006…This was a magical season. The Saints return to New Orleans and make a “made-for-TV” run for the Super Bowl. For the Who Dat Nation, this is were we got to witness the beginning of the Sean Payton/Drew Brees era. We also got a more steady flow of Saints figures in the McFarlane Sports Picks line. 
Series 14 featured the former Heisman trophy winner, Reggie Bush and a surprise chase figure, Drew Brees. Brees has become something of a mainstay with this line as he has had his likeness copied several times.
In the early years, Reggie Bush shared the collector spotlight with Brees as 2008 gave us series 17 and another Bush figure. Sadly, this would be the last standalone figure that we would get of Bush in a Saints uniform.
With the Saints run to Super Bowl XLIV following the 2009 season, we would see a lot more from Breesus.
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Ah…2006…This was a magical season. The Saints return to New Orleans and make a “made-for-TV” run for the Super Bowl. For the Who Dat Nation, this is were we got to witness the beginning of the Sean Payton/Drew Brees era. We also got a more steady flow of Saints figures in the McFarlane Sports Picks line. 
Series 14 featured the former Heisman trophy winner, Reggie Bush and a surprise chase figure, Drew Brees. Brees has become something of a mainstay with this line as he has had his likeness copied several times.
In the early years, Reggie Bush shared the collector spotlight with Brees as 2008 gave us series 17 and another Bush figure. Sadly, this would be the last standalone figure that we would get of Bush in a Saints uniform.
With the Saints run to Super Bowl XLIV following the 2009 season, we would see a lot more from Breesus.
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Ah…2006…This was a magical season. The Saints return to New Orleans and make a “made-for-TV” run for the Super Bowl. For the Who Dat Nation, this is were we got to witness the beginning of the Sean Payton/Drew Brees era. We also got a more steady flow of Saints figures in the McFarlane Sports Picks line. 
Series 14 featured the former Heisman trophy winner, Reggie Bush and a surprise chase figure, Drew Brees. Brees has become something of a mainstay with this line as he has had his likeness copied several times.
In the early years, Reggie Bush shared the collector spotlight with Brees as 2008 gave us series 17 and another Bush figure. Sadly, this would be the last standalone figure that we would get of Bush in a Saints uniform.
With the Saints run to Super Bowl XLIV following the 2009 season, we would see a lot more from Breesus.
Zoom Info

Ah…2006…This was a magical season. The Saints return to New Orleans and make a “made-for-TV” run for the Super Bowl. For the Who Dat Nation, this is were we got to witness the beginning of the Sean Payton/Drew Brees era. We also got a more steady flow of Saints figures in the McFarlane Sports Picks line.

Series 14 featured the former Heisman trophy winner, Reggie Bush and a surprise chase figure, Drew Brees. Brees has become something of a mainstay with this line as he has had his likeness copied several times.

In the early years, Reggie Bush shared the collector spotlight with Brees as 2008 gave us series 17 and another Bush figure. Sadly, this would be the last standalone figure that we would get of Bush in a Saints uniform.

With the Saints run to Super Bowl XLIV following the 2009 season, we would see a lot more from Breesus.

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While 2005 was a horrible year for the New Orleans Saints, Louisiana and the whole gulf south, series 11 of the McFarlane Sports Picks included Joe Horn. It was the second “action figure debut” in a row for a Saint.
Horn has an interesting story as he made his way to the NFL via-community college and a stint in the CFL with the Memphis Mad Dogs. After spending four years with the Kansas City Chiefs, he signed with the Saints in 2000. Horn went to the pro bowl four out of the seven years he was a Saint. While he left the Saints after 2006, Horn retired as a Saint in 2010 as the all-time leading receiver in Saints history.
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While 2005 was a horrible year for the New Orleans Saints, Louisiana and the whole gulf south, series 11 of the McFarlane Sports Picks included Joe Horn. It was the second “action figure debut” in a row for a Saint.
Horn has an interesting story as he made his way to the NFL via-community college and a stint in the CFL with the Memphis Mad Dogs. After spending four years with the Kansas City Chiefs, he signed with the Saints in 2000. Horn went to the pro bowl four out of the seven years he was a Saint. While he left the Saints after 2006, Horn retired as a Saint in 2010 as the all-time leading receiver in Saints history.
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buffalostyle-world:

While 2005 was a horrible year for the New Orleans Saints, Louisiana and the whole gulf south, series 11 of the McFarlane Sports Picks included Joe Horn. It was the second “action figure debut” in a row for a Saint.
Horn has an interesting story as he made his way to the NFL via-community college and a stint in the CFL with the Memphis Mad Dogs. After spending four years with the Kansas City Chiefs, he signed with the Saints in 2000. Horn went to the pro bowl four out of the seven years he was a Saint. While he left the Saints after 2006, Horn retired as a Saint in 2010 as the all-time leading receiver in Saints history.
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buffalostyle-world:

While 2005 was a horrible year for the New Orleans Saints, Louisiana and the whole gulf south, series 11 of the McFarlane Sports Picks included Joe Horn. It was the second “action figure debut” in a row for a Saint.
Horn has an interesting story as he made his way to the NFL via-community college and a stint in the CFL with the Memphis Mad Dogs. After spending four years with the Kansas City Chiefs, he signed with the Saints in 2000. Horn went to the pro bowl four out of the seven years he was a Saint. While he left the Saints after 2006, Horn retired as a Saint in 2010 as the all-time leading receiver in Saints history.
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buffalostyle-world:

While 2005 was a horrible year for the New Orleans Saints, Louisiana and the whole gulf south, series 11 of the McFarlane Sports Picks included Joe Horn. It was the second “action figure debut” in a row for a Saint.

Horn has an interesting story as he made his way to the NFL via-community college and a stint in the CFL with the Memphis Mad Dogs. After spending four years with the Kansas City Chiefs, he signed with the Saints in 2000. Horn went to the pro bowl four out of the seven years he was a Saint. While he left the Saints after 2006, Horn retired as a Saint in 2010 as the all-time leading receiver in Saints history.

As a member of the Who Dat Nation (New Orleans Saints fan) and a collector, McFarlane’s Sports Picks fit both of my hobbies.
Surprisingly, despite the Saints’ history, Dem Boys have been something of a mainstay in the McFarlane lineup since it began in 2001. The Ricky Williams above was a chase figure for series 4 (2002) even though he had just moved to the Miami Dolphins that year. Williams was a lightning rod for disgruntled fans during his three years as a Saint. This was probably due to the fact that he was a Heisman Trophy winner and that the Saints traded all of their draft picks in 1999 in order to draft him.
The very next year (2003) the running back who replaced Williams in 2002 was given his own figure in series 6. The extremely popular Deuce McAllister had his “action figure debut” with the above figure. While the later part of his career was marked with injuries, McAllister is currently the all-time leading rusher in New Orleans Saints history. He is also one of only four former Saints to have their number retired by the team.
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As a member of the Who Dat Nation (New Orleans Saints fan) and a collector, McFarlane’s Sports Picks fit both of my hobbies.
Surprisingly, despite the Saints’ history, Dem Boys have been something of a mainstay in the McFarlane lineup since it began in 2001. The Ricky Williams above was a chase figure for series 4 (2002) even though he had just moved to the Miami Dolphins that year. Williams was a lightning rod for disgruntled fans during his three years as a Saint. This was probably due to the fact that he was a Heisman Trophy winner and that the Saints traded all of their draft picks in 1999 in order to draft him.
The very next year (2003) the running back who replaced Williams in 2002 was given his own figure in series 6. The extremely popular Deuce McAllister had his “action figure debut” with the above figure. While the later part of his career was marked with injuries, McAllister is currently the all-time leading rusher in New Orleans Saints history. He is also one of only four former Saints to have their number retired by the team.
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As a member of the Who Dat Nation (New Orleans Saints fan) and a collector, McFarlane’s Sports Picks fit both of my hobbies.
Surprisingly, despite the Saints’ history, Dem Boys have been something of a mainstay in the McFarlane lineup since it began in 2001. The Ricky Williams above was a chase figure for series 4 (2002) even though he had just moved to the Miami Dolphins that year. Williams was a lightning rod for disgruntled fans during his three years as a Saint. This was probably due to the fact that he was a Heisman Trophy winner and that the Saints traded all of their draft picks in 1999 in order to draft him.
The very next year (2003) the running back who replaced Williams in 2002 was given his own figure in series 6. The extremely popular Deuce McAllister had his “action figure debut” with the above figure. While the later part of his career was marked with injuries, McAllister is currently the all-time leading rusher in New Orleans Saints history. He is also one of only four former Saints to have their number retired by the team.
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As a member of the Who Dat Nation (New Orleans Saints fan) and a collector, McFarlane’s Sports Picks fit both of my hobbies.
Surprisingly, despite the Saints’ history, Dem Boys have been something of a mainstay in the McFarlane lineup since it began in 2001. The Ricky Williams above was a chase figure for series 4 (2002) even though he had just moved to the Miami Dolphins that year. Williams was a lightning rod for disgruntled fans during his three years as a Saint. This was probably due to the fact that he was a Heisman Trophy winner and that the Saints traded all of their draft picks in 1999 in order to draft him.
The very next year (2003) the running back who replaced Williams in 2002 was given his own figure in series 6. The extremely popular Deuce McAllister had his “action figure debut” with the above figure. While the later part of his career was marked with injuries, McAllister is currently the all-time leading rusher in New Orleans Saints history. He is also one of only four former Saints to have their number retired by the team.
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As a member of the Who Dat Nation (New Orleans Saints fan) and a collector, McFarlane’s Sports Picks fit both of my hobbies.
Surprisingly, despite the Saints’ history, Dem Boys have been something of a mainstay in the McFarlane lineup since it began in 2001. The Ricky Williams above was a chase figure for series 4 (2002) even though he had just moved to the Miami Dolphins that year. Williams was a lightning rod for disgruntled fans during his three years as a Saint. This was probably due to the fact that he was a Heisman Trophy winner and that the Saints traded all of their draft picks in 1999 in order to draft him.
The very next year (2003) the running back who replaced Williams in 2002 was given his own figure in series 6. The extremely popular Deuce McAllister had his “action figure debut” with the above figure. While the later part of his career was marked with injuries, McAllister is currently the all-time leading rusher in New Orleans Saints history. He is also one of only four former Saints to have their number retired by the team.
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As a member of the Who Dat Nation (New Orleans Saints fan) and a collector, McFarlane’s Sports Picks fit both of my hobbies.
Surprisingly, despite the Saints’ history, Dem Boys have been something of a mainstay in the McFarlane lineup since it began in 2001. The Ricky Williams above was a chase figure for series 4 (2002) even though he had just moved to the Miami Dolphins that year. Williams was a lightning rod for disgruntled fans during his three years as a Saint. This was probably due to the fact that he was a Heisman Trophy winner and that the Saints traded all of their draft picks in 1999 in order to draft him.
The very next year (2003) the running back who replaced Williams in 2002 was given his own figure in series 6. The extremely popular Deuce McAllister had his “action figure debut” with the above figure. While the later part of his career was marked with injuries, McAllister is currently the all-time leading rusher in New Orleans Saints history. He is also one of only four former Saints to have their number retired by the team.
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As a member of the Who Dat Nation (New Orleans Saints fan) and a collector, McFarlane’s Sports Picks fit both of my hobbies.
Surprisingly, despite the Saints’ history, Dem Boys have been something of a mainstay in the McFarlane lineup since it began in 2001. The Ricky Williams above was a chase figure for series 4 (2002) even though he had just moved to the Miami Dolphins that year. Williams was a lightning rod for disgruntled fans during his three years as a Saint. This was probably due to the fact that he was a Heisman Trophy winner and that the Saints traded all of their draft picks in 1999 in order to draft him.
The very next year (2003) the running back who replaced Williams in 2002 was given his own figure in series 6. The extremely popular Deuce McAllister had his “action figure debut” with the above figure. While the later part of his career was marked with injuries, McAllister is currently the all-time leading rusher in New Orleans Saints history. He is also one of only four former Saints to have their number retired by the team.
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As a member of the Who Dat Nation (New Orleans Saints fan) and a collector, McFarlane’s Sports Picks fit both of my hobbies.
Surprisingly, despite the Saints’ history, Dem Boys have been something of a mainstay in the McFarlane lineup since it began in 2001. The Ricky Williams above was a chase figure for series 4 (2002) even though he had just moved to the Miami Dolphins that year. Williams was a lightning rod for disgruntled fans during his three years as a Saint. This was probably due to the fact that he was a Heisman Trophy winner and that the Saints traded all of their draft picks in 1999 in order to draft him.
The very next year (2003) the running back who replaced Williams in 2002 was given his own figure in series 6. The extremely popular Deuce McAllister had his “action figure debut” with the above figure. While the later part of his career was marked with injuries, McAllister is currently the all-time leading rusher in New Orleans Saints history. He is also one of only four former Saints to have their number retired by the team.
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As a member of the Who Dat Nation (New Orleans Saints fan) and a collector, McFarlane’s Sports Picks fit both of my hobbies.

Surprisingly, despite the Saints’ history, Dem Boys have been something of a mainstay in the McFarlane lineup since it began in 2001. The Ricky Williams above was a chase figure for series 4 (2002) even though he had just moved to the Miami Dolphins that year. Williams was a lightning rod for disgruntled fans during his three years as a Saint. This was probably due to the fact that he was a Heisman Trophy winner and that the Saints traded all of their draft picks in 1999 in order to draft him.

The very next year (2003) the running back who replaced Williams in 2002 was given his own figure in series 6. The extremely popular Deuce McAllister had his “action figure debut” with the above figure. While the later part of his career was marked with injuries, McAllister is currently the all-time leading rusher in New Orleans Saints history. He is also one of only four former Saints to have their number retired by the team.

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Once Marty needed more than two people going at it, he invented an entire job.

4 Ridiculously Specific Jobs Behind Your Favorite Shows

#4. Orgy Choreographer

The man with this enviable title is Michael Arnold, a Broadway veteran and dance choreographer. One day, a producer offered him an interview for a gig choreographing an orgy scene. Instead of calling the cops and/or running the hell away, Arnold shrugged and went for it. This turned out to be a good move, because the movie was, yes, The Wolf of Wall Street. Not many people can claim their first major movie credit was helping Martin Scorsese sort out a carnival of flesh so that nobody pokes anyone’s eye out with an errant boner, but that’s what Arnold did (with three separate scenes, no less; the antics at the yacht, the office with the baton twirlers, and the flight to Vegas were all his handiwork). The word spread, and the next thing you know, Arnold had carved himself a name as a bona fide bonin’ choreographer.

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What a fantastic idea…

Saint Cloth Myth EX: Aries Scion and Wyvern Rhadamanthys…
Back for more with the newer EX figures Scion and Wyvern. First off, collecting these figures is very addicting as they just get better and better…Something that I really like is the new boxart for these figures. Gone is the slipcase that covered the box from Gemini Saga in 2011 to Libra Dohko in 2013. While Saga’s Suplice figure was the first with the new box style, I thought that was primarily due to the fact that he wasn’t a Gold Saint. With the Aries Scion coming out with the same style, perhaps we won’t be getting the slipcases anymore. Personally, I don’t mind the change that much…Now, I can’t wait for my Taurus Aldebaran to show up…
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Saint Cloth Myth EX: Aries Scion and Wyvern Rhadamanthys…
Back for more with the newer EX figures Scion and Wyvern. First off, collecting these figures is very addicting as they just get better and better…Something that I really like is the new boxart for these figures. Gone is the slipcase that covered the box from Gemini Saga in 2011 to Libra Dohko in 2013. While Saga’s Suplice figure was the first with the new box style, I thought that was primarily due to the fact that he wasn’t a Gold Saint. With the Aries Scion coming out with the same style, perhaps we won’t be getting the slipcases anymore. Personally, I don’t mind the change that much…Now, I can’t wait for my Taurus Aldebaran to show up…
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Saint Cloth Myth EX: Aries Scion and Wyvern Rhadamanthys…
Back for more with the newer EX figures Scion and Wyvern. First off, collecting these figures is very addicting as they just get better and better…Something that I really like is the new boxart for these figures. Gone is the slipcase that covered the box from Gemini Saga in 2011 to Libra Dohko in 2013. While Saga’s Suplice figure was the first with the new box style, I thought that was primarily due to the fact that he wasn’t a Gold Saint. With the Aries Scion coming out with the same style, perhaps we won’t be getting the slipcases anymore. Personally, I don’t mind the change that much…Now, I can’t wait for my Taurus Aldebaran to show up…
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Saint Cloth Myth EX: Aries Scion and Wyvern Rhadamanthys…
Back for more with the newer EX figures Scion and Wyvern. First off, collecting these figures is very addicting as they just get better and better…Something that I really like is the new boxart for these figures. Gone is the slipcase that covered the box from Gemini Saga in 2011 to Libra Dohko in 2013. While Saga’s Suplice figure was the first with the new box style, I thought that was primarily due to the fact that he wasn’t a Gold Saint. With the Aries Scion coming out with the same style, perhaps we won’t be getting the slipcases anymore. Personally, I don’t mind the change that much…Now, I can’t wait for my Taurus Aldebaran to show up…
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Saint Cloth Myth EX: Aries Scion and Wyvern Rhadamanthys…
Back for more with the newer EX figures Scion and Wyvern. First off, collecting these figures is very addicting as they just get better and better…Something that I really like is the new boxart for these figures. Gone is the slipcase that covered the box from Gemini Saga in 2011 to Libra Dohko in 2013. While Saga’s Suplice figure was the first with the new box style, I thought that was primarily due to the fact that he wasn’t a Gold Saint. With the Aries Scion coming out with the same style, perhaps we won’t be getting the slipcases anymore. Personally, I don’t mind the change that much…Now, I can’t wait for my Taurus Aldebaran to show up…
Zoom Info
Saint Cloth Myth EX: Aries Scion and Wyvern Rhadamanthys…
Back for more with the newer EX figures Scion and Wyvern. First off, collecting these figures is very addicting as they just get better and better…Something that I really like is the new boxart for these figures. Gone is the slipcase that covered the box from Gemini Saga in 2011 to Libra Dohko in 2013. While Saga’s Suplice figure was the first with the new box style, I thought that was primarily due to the fact that he wasn’t a Gold Saint. With the Aries Scion coming out with the same style, perhaps we won’t be getting the slipcases anymore. Personally, I don’t mind the change that much…Now, I can’t wait for my Taurus Aldebaran to show up…
Zoom Info
Saint Cloth Myth EX: Aries Scion and Wyvern Rhadamanthys…
Back for more with the newer EX figures Scion and Wyvern. First off, collecting these figures is very addicting as they just get better and better…Something that I really like is the new boxart for these figures. Gone is the slipcase that covered the box from Gemini Saga in 2011 to Libra Dohko in 2013. While Saga’s Suplice figure was the first with the new box style, I thought that was primarily due to the fact that he wasn’t a Gold Saint. With the Aries Scion coming out with the same style, perhaps we won’t be getting the slipcases anymore. Personally, I don’t mind the change that much…Now, I can’t wait for my Taurus Aldebaran to show up…
Zoom Info
Saint Cloth Myth EX: Aries Scion and Wyvern Rhadamanthys…
Back for more with the newer EX figures Scion and Wyvern. First off, collecting these figures is very addicting as they just get better and better…Something that I really like is the new boxart for these figures. Gone is the slipcase that covered the box from Gemini Saga in 2011 to Libra Dohko in 2013. While Saga’s Suplice figure was the first with the new box style, I thought that was primarily due to the fact that he wasn’t a Gold Saint. With the Aries Scion coming out with the same style, perhaps we won’t be getting the slipcases anymore. Personally, I don’t mind the change that much…Now, I can’t wait for my Taurus Aldebaran to show up…
Zoom Info

Saint Cloth Myth EX: Aries Scion and Wyvern Rhadamanthys…

Back for more with the newer EX figures Scion and Wyvern. First off, collecting these figures is very addicting as they just get better and better…Something that I really like is the new boxart for these figures. Gone is the slipcase that covered the box from Gemini Saga in 2011 to Libra Dohko in 2013. While Saga’s Suplice figure was the first with the new box style, I thought that was primarily due to the fact that he wasn’t a Gold Saint. With the Aries Scion coming out with the same style, perhaps we won’t be getting the slipcases anymore. Personally, I don’t mind the change that much…Now, I can’t wait for my Taurus Aldebaran to show up…

Nan Desu Kan 2014: I’ve been extremely lazy in getting these pics up but it was a good time, as usual. Didn’t take as many pics as I would have liked but I did get to more panels than usual. 
Love the Hefpool…
Anytime Harlock is in the house, it’s all good…
I’m always on the lookout for Silk Spectre cosplay…
Gogeta…I’ve never seen him cosplayed in person before…
Flying squirrel time…
Tenchi rocking the Initial D-ness…
It’s always good to see good Rogue cosplay…
Annual Sunday brunch at House of Pancakes…kind of our goodbye…
Saturday night at Fiocchi’s…has become something of a ritual for us…
Outside the House of Pancakes on Sunday…otaku where everwhere…
Good times!!! For all of it’s faults (over-crowding and the funk), NDK remains one of my favorite things/cons to do…For me, it’s about seeing old friends and meeting new ones.
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Nan Desu Kan 2014: I’ve been extremely lazy in getting these pics up but it was a good time, as usual. Didn’t take as many pics as I would have liked but I did get to more panels than usual. 
Love the Hefpool…
Anytime Harlock is in the house, it’s all good…
I’m always on the lookout for Silk Spectre cosplay…
Gogeta…I’ve never seen him cosplayed in person before…
Flying squirrel time…
Tenchi rocking the Initial D-ness…
It’s always good to see good Rogue cosplay…
Annual Sunday brunch at House of Pancakes…kind of our goodbye…
Saturday night at Fiocchi’s…has become something of a ritual for us…
Outside the House of Pancakes on Sunday…otaku where everwhere…
Good times!!! For all of it’s faults (over-crowding and the funk), NDK remains one of my favorite things/cons to do…For me, it’s about seeing old friends and meeting new ones.
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Nan Desu Kan 2014: I’ve been extremely lazy in getting these pics up but it was a good time, as usual. Didn’t take as many pics as I would have liked but I did get to more panels than usual. 
Love the Hefpool…
Anytime Harlock is in the house, it’s all good…
I’m always on the lookout for Silk Spectre cosplay…
Gogeta…I’ve never seen him cosplayed in person before…
Flying squirrel time…
Tenchi rocking the Initial D-ness…
It’s always good to see good Rogue cosplay…
Annual Sunday brunch at House of Pancakes…kind of our goodbye…
Saturday night at Fiocchi’s…has become something of a ritual for us…
Outside the House of Pancakes on Sunday…otaku where everwhere…
Good times!!! For all of it’s faults (over-crowding and the funk), NDK remains one of my favorite things/cons to do…For me, it’s about seeing old friends and meeting new ones.
Zoom Info
Nan Desu Kan 2014: I’ve been extremely lazy in getting these pics up but it was a good time, as usual. Didn’t take as many pics as I would have liked but I did get to more panels than usual. 
Love the Hefpool…
Anytime Harlock is in the house, it’s all good…
I’m always on the lookout for Silk Spectre cosplay…
Gogeta…I’ve never seen him cosplayed in person before…
Flying squirrel time…
Tenchi rocking the Initial D-ness…
It’s always good to see good Rogue cosplay…
Annual Sunday brunch at House of Pancakes…kind of our goodbye…
Saturday night at Fiocchi’s…has become something of a ritual for us…
Outside the House of Pancakes on Sunday…otaku where everwhere…
Good times!!! For all of it’s faults (over-crowding and the funk), NDK remains one of my favorite things/cons to do…For me, it’s about seeing old friends and meeting new ones.
Zoom Info
Nan Desu Kan 2014: I’ve been extremely lazy in getting these pics up but it was a good time, as usual. Didn’t take as many pics as I would have liked but I did get to more panels than usual. 
Love the Hefpool…
Anytime Harlock is in the house, it’s all good…
I’m always on the lookout for Silk Spectre cosplay…
Gogeta…I’ve never seen him cosplayed in person before…
Flying squirrel time…
Tenchi rocking the Initial D-ness…
It’s always good to see good Rogue cosplay…
Annual Sunday brunch at House of Pancakes…kind of our goodbye…
Saturday night at Fiocchi’s…has become something of a ritual for us…
Outside the House of Pancakes on Sunday…otaku where everwhere…
Good times!!! For all of it’s faults (over-crowding and the funk), NDK remains one of my favorite things/cons to do…For me, it’s about seeing old friends and meeting new ones.
Zoom Info
Nan Desu Kan 2014: I’ve been extremely lazy in getting these pics up but it was a good time, as usual. Didn’t take as many pics as I would have liked but I did get to more panels than usual. 
Love the Hefpool…
Anytime Harlock is in the house, it’s all good…
I’m always on the lookout for Silk Spectre cosplay…
Gogeta…I’ve never seen him cosplayed in person before…
Flying squirrel time…
Tenchi rocking the Initial D-ness…
It’s always good to see good Rogue cosplay…
Annual Sunday brunch at House of Pancakes…kind of our goodbye…
Saturday night at Fiocchi’s…has become something of a ritual for us…
Outside the House of Pancakes on Sunday…otaku where everwhere…
Good times!!! For all of it’s faults (over-crowding and the funk), NDK remains one of my favorite things/cons to do…For me, it’s about seeing old friends and meeting new ones.
Zoom Info
Nan Desu Kan 2014: I’ve been extremely lazy in getting these pics up but it was a good time, as usual. Didn’t take as many pics as I would have liked but I did get to more panels than usual. 
Love the Hefpool…
Anytime Harlock is in the house, it’s all good…
I’m always on the lookout for Silk Spectre cosplay…
Gogeta…I’ve never seen him cosplayed in person before…
Flying squirrel time…
Tenchi rocking the Initial D-ness…
It’s always good to see good Rogue cosplay…
Annual Sunday brunch at House of Pancakes…kind of our goodbye…
Saturday night at Fiocchi’s…has become something of a ritual for us…
Outside the House of Pancakes on Sunday…otaku where everwhere…
Good times!!! For all of it’s faults (over-crowding and the funk), NDK remains one of my favorite things/cons to do…For me, it’s about seeing old friends and meeting new ones.
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Nan Desu Kan 2014: I’ve been extremely lazy in getting these pics up but it was a good time, as usual. Didn’t take as many pics as I would have liked but I did get to more panels than usual. 
Love the Hefpool…
Anytime Harlock is in the house, it’s all good…
I’m always on the lookout for Silk Spectre cosplay…
Gogeta…I’ve never seen him cosplayed in person before…
Flying squirrel time…
Tenchi rocking the Initial D-ness…
It’s always good to see good Rogue cosplay…
Annual Sunday brunch at House of Pancakes…kind of our goodbye…
Saturday night at Fiocchi’s…has become something of a ritual for us…
Outside the House of Pancakes on Sunday…otaku where everwhere…
Good times!!! For all of it’s faults (over-crowding and the funk), NDK remains one of my favorite things/cons to do…For me, it’s about seeing old friends and meeting new ones.
Zoom Info
Nan Desu Kan 2014: I’ve been extremely lazy in getting these pics up but it was a good time, as usual. Didn’t take as many pics as I would have liked but I did get to more panels than usual. 
Love the Hefpool…
Anytime Harlock is in the house, it’s all good…
I’m always on the lookout for Silk Spectre cosplay…
Gogeta…I’ve never seen him cosplayed in person before…
Flying squirrel time…
Tenchi rocking the Initial D-ness…
It’s always good to see good Rogue cosplay…
Annual Sunday brunch at House of Pancakes…kind of our goodbye…
Saturday night at Fiocchi’s…has become something of a ritual for us…
Outside the House of Pancakes on Sunday…otaku where everwhere…
Good times!!! For all of it’s faults (over-crowding and the funk), NDK remains one of my favorite things/cons to do…For me, it’s about seeing old friends and meeting new ones.
Zoom Info
Nan Desu Kan 2014: I’ve been extremely lazy in getting these pics up but it was a good time, as usual. Didn’t take as many pics as I would have liked but I did get to more panels than usual. 
Love the Hefpool…
Anytime Harlock is in the house, it’s all good…
I’m always on the lookout for Silk Spectre cosplay…
Gogeta…I’ve never seen him cosplayed in person before…
Flying squirrel time…
Tenchi rocking the Initial D-ness…
It’s always good to see good Rogue cosplay…
Annual Sunday brunch at House of Pancakes…kind of our goodbye…
Saturday night at Fiocchi’s…has become something of a ritual for us…
Outside the House of Pancakes on Sunday…otaku where everwhere…
Good times!!! For all of it’s faults (over-crowding and the funk), NDK remains one of my favorite things/cons to do…For me, it’s about seeing old friends and meeting new ones.
Zoom Info

Nan Desu Kan 2014: I’ve been extremely lazy in getting these pics up but it was a good time, as usual. Didn’t take as many pics as I would have liked but I did get to more panels than usual.

  1. Love the Hefpool…
  2. Anytime Harlock is in the house, it’s all good…
  3. I’m always on the lookout for Silk Spectre cosplay…
  4. Gogeta…I’ve never seen him cosplayed in person before…
  5. Flying squirrel time…
  6. Tenchi rocking the Initial D-ness…
  7. It’s always good to see good Rogue cosplay…
  8. Annual Sunday brunch at House of Pancakes…kind of our goodbye…
  9. Saturday night at Fiocchi’s…has become something of a ritual for us…
  10. Outside the House of Pancakes on Sunday…otaku where everwhere…

Good times!!! For all of it’s faults (over-crowding and the funk), NDK remains one of my favorite things/cons to do…For me, it’s about seeing old friends and meeting new ones.

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