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Jay Gunn
Creator of "Surface Tension" for Titan Comics (TV optioned). Currently working on my new book -"Coal Face." Lead Art & Design on "MediEvil.” Opinions my own.
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Jay Gunn 3h
Replying to @Kanaratron
Oh that’s good. DVDs, blu rays and CDs are way more expensive out here than in the UK. Shockingly so for some reason.
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Jay Gunn 3h
Replying to @Kanaratron
Was it much cheaper than buying it from the UK?
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Jay Gunn 3h
Replying to @Kanaratron
It was my very own fetch and carry RPG quest. Too many random spawning NPCs for my liking!
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Jay Gunn 3h
I picked up this for a pal today. He’ll never know the true horror of visiting Akihabara on a Saturday, somewhere that I now prefer to avoid like the plague. Better had been worth it.
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Jay Gunn 4h
Replying to @GunnComics
‘Grab ‘em by the balls!’ The ginger giant (I forget his name) is going in for quite the hand maneuver on that poster art.
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Jay Gunn 4h
Replying to @danieljmckee
I suspect that it was a part of the inspiration for that series of books/anime. Especially that one of the giants eats humans.
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Jay Gunn 4h
This film is a whole lot of fun - “War of the Gargantuas.” I only saw it for the first time last year via a terrible dubbed dvd that I had picked up in a Mandarake so this well priced DVD box set with lots of PR materials is a nice addition to the collection.
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Jay Gunn 5h
Replying to @GunnComics
The series seemed complete and circular by this point, “Battle” as a movie seemed surplus to requirements and negates the brilliant first film by changing the timeline - or does it?
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Jay Gunn 5h
I picked up an old Japanese movie program (brochure) for the original release of “Conquest of the Planet of the Apes” so I now have all 4 up to this film. Is it bad of me that I wasn’t bothered about picking up one for “Battle for the Planet of the Apes?”
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Jay Gunn 15h
Yesterday we paid our farewell to our cat friend at a peaceful cat shrine/temple in Japan. He died the day before we flew here and we did not have to time to process the loss. At the same time we said our goodbyes it would have also have been his birthday.
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Jay Gunn Feb 22
Replying to @JohnOttaway
I was too busy trying to stay on my feet during the sweaty heat of rush hour but I was curious as to what sort of manga he was reading.
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Jay Gunn Feb 22
Got squashed next to a Sumo wrestler on the underground during rush hour. He was reading a manga comic on his smart phone - very big hands. Old and new collide - and I’m not just talking about him and me.
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Jay Gunn Feb 21
Couldn’t resist these cute bootleg Lego Ultraman and Kaman Rider mini figures for a couple of quid each. Fight!
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Jay Gunn Feb 21
A fun night out at (Suspiria themed bar) with these crazy people. Original Suspiria meets new Suspiria with the names from visiting horror dignitaries splashed across the walls.
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Jay Gunn Feb 21
Thanks! :) You never know...
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Jay Gunn Feb 21
A man way ahead of his time back in the 1970s.
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Jay Gunn Feb 21
A gift for a very helpful friend - the Japanese movie brochure for David Cronenberg’s “Scanners.” A very nice copy, was tempted to keep it for myself but a gift is a gift! :) Behind it are the programs for “Beneath the Planet of the Apes” and “Battlestar Galactica.”
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Jay Gunn Feb 20
Replying to @Jinzo_Ningen
I had to use a lot of my inner strength to resist buying toys today in Nakano! I’m amazed that i didn’t crumble but I’ve bought too many of those DVD book collections to warrant toys.
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Jay Gunn Feb 20
Replying to @Jinzo_Ningen
Definitely - some really nice model work in that film and the fight scenes are great.
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Jay Gunn Feb 20
Replying to @Jinzo_Ningen
Funny! Are those the rubbery PVC toy figures that you see a lot of in Japan, they’re fun the price.
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