11
May

Blame the culture

   Posted by: Bricoleur   in Odds & Sods, Theories & Models

Your first time here? Welcome, I'm glad you've dropped in.... David Soul (aka Bricoleur)
Vigilante Veneration

Vigilante Veneration

My sons collected the  “mutant” comic books before they went “big time” – I think without too much ill effect.  But what if ? – could the “model” described here be considered “useful” ?

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Tags: comics, culture, model, Pop Culture

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