Posts Tagged ‘#superheroes’

Despite a bitterly cold evening, many shoppers were still out and about the busy center of Cottingham this evening – and the lights were looking as splendid as ever!

As ever, we take a slightly philosophical and seasonal editorial slant … to provoke thought

Approaching the Lights from Hallgate – under a full moon! (top center)

Cottingham.tv warning: beware the Were-Rabbit!

Panning-round to view the Cottingham Methodist Church and street-level view – also approaching the lights from Hallgate

Panning-round from Cottingham Green to view the Lights in King Street

As you can see, this year we’ve got a better camera!

Older Calendars than the Gregorian Calendar – we use today in The Christian West at least – were based on the cycles of the Moon and many were steeped in superstition! But one would make a mistake to generalize and sensationalize too much! Dan Brown in his book “The da Vinci Code” used a writers technique of divide and conquer (binary) analysis based on historical research taken at face-value to make statements and assertions that were not derived from a full historical analysis and he was accused of over-simplifying and adding cause and effect to create sensationalism. His books do make terrific reading however – and the films are great too!

The scientist in me asserts that all religion and superstition are based on a different foundation from today’s ‘rational’ reality – albeit commercialized.

Are you willing to believe a bit at Christmas?

What do you think? or .. what do you believe?

Nick

Superhero Memorabilia are available here in Cottingham!

Superheroes began in US childrens’ comics with two separate competing publishers; DC Comics and Marvel Comics

Marvel Comics #1 (Oct. 1939), the first comic from Marvel precursor … Superhero-turned-PI Jessica Jones and Captain Marvel

Most well-known: DC Comics which featured Batman and Superman

 

Many new Marvel superhero Hollywood blockbuster films are being released between now and 2020!

Tip from Silver Linings Tattoo Studio: You can find many Superhero posters at B & Q

http://www.worldgallery.co.uk/art-print/marvel-comics-marvel-deco-hulk-432701?gclid=cj2wk8ln_sgcfugtwwodmcgjeq#432701

Nick

Tattoo Studio opens in Finkle Street

Artwork portfolio

Rich’s: specialty is colour mixing, with figurative and cartoon art

There’s a lot more artwork going into it than you might think!

Silver Linings associates portfolio

Update: Sheffield Tattoo Show, 14-15 November at the Magna Science Museum

Contact

Tel: 01482 841877   E-mail: Rich.silverliningstattoo@gmail.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/silverliningstattoo/

Picta Ornaments

More dynamic duo superheroes

Garden ornaments take a humorous slant!

Eagerly-awaited updates to a traders range of garden ornaments 🙂

Q. When is a gnome not a gnome, Wallace?

A. Why, when it’s a Gromit of course!

You’re never alone with a gnome

Gnome alone?

Home a gnome!

As far as  is known, there are no known home grown home alone garden gnomes in Knowsley

Ouch!

As featured in the film, The Curse of the Were-Rabbit – the super villain vs. the superheroes.

Now please eat your delightful greens – before he does!

Also seen

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Can anyone from the younger generation tell the Editor who or what this character is?

Contact

Picta Ornaments, Bilton Tel: 01482 813812

Please mention Cottingham.tv!

Nick