Halo 3 Shorts , Master & Commander: The Far Side Of The World , The Chronicles Of Narnia: Prince Caspian , The Lord Of The Rings: The Return Of The King , Kingdom Of Heaven , Avatar .
I'm a big fan of questions that begin with, "What if...?"
When I was two, my grandmother gave me a Playskool castle, complete with ramparts, hidden passages, knights, and a moat with a drawbridge. That's how it all started.
I ride bicycles for fun, but tell everyone I do it to keep in shape.
I adore almost anything so long as there's a good yarn involved. Especially so if there are swords or rayguns included.
I love Mexican food. Especially when I've cooked it.
This is (just about) it: Almost everything Weta that I own. The only thing missing is my V-Rex vs. Kong statue, and my extensive collection of Lord of the Rings collectibles.
When Weta announced on their official forum at The Shadow & Flame that they had stumbled upon a pair of wayward Reepicheep statues, needless to say I didn't hesitate.
The General of Jadis's army is a stunning piece. If I had to keep only one of the Narnia line, it would be a toss-up between these two.
I'm a fanatic for Halo. Have been since its release in 2001. Can't help it. It's simply the best story ever laid out in video game format. Positively epic. And Weta did an outstanding job on this entirely too-short-lived range.
What can you say about this? It's one of the grandest pieces in my collection. My wife threatens to burn it every so often. Every time she does, I remind her of why it's so special to me: Because it symbolizes how I will protect and defend her against all adversity, no matter how monstrous. Works every time...
For gods' sake. There are only 100 of these things to be had. Just what in the world are you people waiting for?
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