Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Pop Culture League Challenge: House of Wax


The question of the week for the Pop Culture League is "The local Wax Museum is having a fire sale and you have the opportunity to add a life-size, life-like action figure to your collection. Who do you choose?"
This was a real head scratcher. I wanted to pick someone who reflects my passion for the things I collect, someone I idolized growing up, someone who is the embodiment of what I believe in! My first thought was Superman!
He is an icon of truth, justice and the American way! His stories in the early 90s marked my jump into the comic collecting hobby and he is inspirational and would keep me motivated. Then another thought jumped into my head. BO JACKSON!
I idolized this guy growing up. I collected his cards, apparel and Starting Lineup Action Figures. He was amazing on the baseball diamond and on the football gridiron. He was the embodiment of the American Dream! Growing up in Bessemer, Alabama, Bo grew up to win the 1985 Heisman Trophy and played for both the Kansas City Royals and Los Angeles Raiders, AT THE SAME TIME!
He became an All-Star in both sports and is regarded as the best athlete of all time. He was the closest thing to Superman we have ever seen in sports. So, if I could add a life-size, life-like action figure to my collection. Who would I choose? Bo Jackson...in a Superman suit!
To see who other League members chose, visit these pages and find out:
The Toy Box waxes about Luke & Leia
Green Plastic Squirt Gun makes the tough choice of Jessica Rabbit
Collector's Universe snags some frogs
Mr. Smith gets behind Captain America

10 comments:

  1. Bo as Superman? wouldn't surprise ,me a bit. Bo knows everything! :)

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  2. Just add a Shaquille O'Neal as steel and you would have a very interesting display !

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    1. Bro. Soon I will have a blog entry on the Steel VHS & Soundtrack! Yes, I own them both :)

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  3. Nice choice.Bo was superhuman In so many ways.Raw talent at It's best!

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    1. The 30 For 30 documentary ESPN did on him was crazy! A career cut way too short :(

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    2. I saw that,to.But didn't you think It started to get a little creepy towards the end when he started to talk about his love for the crossbow.ESPN even changed the background music to a more ominous sounding tune,hee-hee.

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  4. Yes! Bo! I just watched the Brian Bosworth documentary on NFL Network. Always remember when Bo ran over the Boz.

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  5. Yes! Bo! I just watched the Brian Bosworth documentary on NFL Network. Always remember when Bo ran over the Boz.

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