Thank you everyone! February 8, 2012Posted by skribbel24 in Blogroll, Collection, Customs, Divas, Uncategorized, WWE.
I have been making customs for almost a decade now, and have documented them online for the last 5 years with this website.
I have been so proud to post my customs here for that long of a time since January of 2007, and to this day I have had 1,613,930 people who have viewed my work. 1 million people, wow.
After over 300 posts, about 3,200 comments, and (lol) 15,000 spam messages, I am finally making my final post today.
That doesn’t mean I’ll stop making figures – oh hell no! – but I will be focusing on making the custom updates on my Facebook page. Click here to visit my Facebook page:
I’ll be uploading my customs there every week, so feel free to “Like” my page and post your comments on each figure.
As my final message, I would like to give my sincerest thanks to everyone who subscribed to this website and to the 1 million who have supported me. This will forever be my passion, and I am extremely glad to be able to share it with each one of you.
New Customs: Hollywood Hogan and Shawn Michaels January 29, 2012Posted by skribbel24 in Customs.
How fast time flies – January is over and we are on our way to the second month of 2012! Catch these new items on eBay:
Hollywood Hulk Hogan- Hulk Hogan is arguably the most famous WWE Superstar of all time. World Wrestling Entertainment was never the same after Hogan replaced an injured Bob Backlund and defeated The Iron Sheik for the WWE Championship on January 23, 1984, at Madison Square Garden. A phenomenon was born. After he left the WWF in 1993, Hogan went to WCW in 1994, where he shocked the world and helped form the New World Order with Scott Hall and Kevin Nash two years later. Hogan won the WCW Championship six times between 1994 and 1999.
Shawn Michaels- The Icon. The Showstopper. The Main Event. The man known as Shawn Michaels has gone by many names throughout his thrilling career and he can now add one more to that list — WWE Hall of Famer. HBK’s inclusion in the class of 2011 comes as no surprise. In an industry where hyperbole is the norm, there may not be enough ways to describe the greatness of Shawn Michaels. He is considered by many of his peers to be the most talented performer to ever set foot inside a ring.
New Customs: Hulk Hogan, Scott Hall, and Daniel Bryan January 23, 2012Posted by skribbel24 in Customs.
Keep checking back on my Facebook page for updates and tell me what you want to be my next custom!
Hulk Hogan – The blonde and muscle-bound Hogan, sporting his trademark 24-inch pythons, urged youngsters to say their prayers and eat their vitamins. His historic championship run would last nearly four years, a reign nobody has even come close to matching in the last two decades. Hogan’s success brought unprecedented mainstream attention to wrestling, even landing Hogan in television and movie roles.
Scott Hall – During his tenure with WCW, Hall was one of the three original members of the nWo stable (along with Hulk Hogan and Kevin Nash), whose storyline involving the “invasion” of the WCW by anarchist wrestlers helped to skyrocket WCW’s television ratings and reinvigorated interest in the promotion. He has held several titles over the course of his career.
Daniel Bryan – Trained by WWE Hall of Famer Shawn Michaels, current World heavyweight champion Daniel Bryan competed on the indie wrestling circuit for 10 years. Honing his craft on multiple continents, Bryan became well-known for his hybrid of Japanese and American offensive styles that made good use of vicious elbow strikes, precision kicks, spine-jarring suplexes and various torturous submission maneuvers.