When action figures come to life…

It’s no secret that I love my action figures and with all the photos of my collection I’m getting ready to post it will definitely be one (secret) out of the bag soon enough. Action figures were in fact the main reason I started this second blog.  I have a blog about politics, LGBTQ rights, where I basically subject anyone who will read it to my opinion on the world, et al. One thing for sure. this blog doesn’t care about Obama 1 little bit and it would be an odd occurrence to find a post here about him


unless he’s an action figure and preferably standing next to a cool Goth rocker babe! (see example 1)  Otherwise he’d be way off topic and no where to be found in this blog.

So (finally) here’s the question….

What happens when action figures come to life? This is a topic I hope to examine through out a few posts. I’m definitely leaning towards a possible conspiracy theory. I mean seriously. Here’s what got me started. We all know that Buffy Summers never was turned into a vampire, unless you count the episode “Nightmares” (season 1 episode 10) in which people’s nightmares were coming true, but at the end they figure out what’s happening and all the nightmares go back to normal.

Still look at this evidence!


And the VIOLA!!! Live and in person: (NOT Child SAFE! May cause trauma!)

It’s uncanny, innit? And VERY scary too!!!!!!! Oh well, at least it’s close to Halloween meaning that this horrid occurrence has happened just in time for that old shrivelled up face to step out of the box and scare some people. I know I’m scared

 right this very minute!! One thing is for certain I will definitely be sure to keep at least one eye out and report  any other strange “action figure to live human transformations” that may occur between now and the scariest night off the year! If you find any interesting examples be sure to share with me!

TellyGeek OUT!

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  1. I know toys come to life when we’re not around, I’ve seen the documentary evidence films done by that investigative company, Pixar.



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