Saturday, October 6, 2018

A King of Another Name

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness month.  Visit the official site here.

Breast Cancer will be detected in one of eight women in the US each year.

It is the second leading cause of cancer death among women each year.

On average every 2 minutes a woman will be diagnosed with breast cancer and every 13 minutes one person will die from breast cancer.

There are currently 33 million breast cancer survivors in the USA.  

It's important to support the research for cancer.  

Breast Cancer is often associated with the color pink so I will be showing off some pink Cutch cards.

In addition, you can expect to see some boobs with each post.  Who doesn't love boobs?

So let's start with what we're hoping to save!

I had shown Hunter King on this blog exactly one week ago in preparation for this month long event, now it's time to show off her younger sister.
She's the shorter younger darker hair version of her sister.
She recently made headlines for dying her hair blue.

The younger King has amassed quite a reputation for pop culture movies and shows.  In addition to appearing alongside Batman and Flash she has appeared in The Conjuring and this year's horror movie Slender Man.

Joey King certainly doesn't look like your average comic book kind of girl, but did you know that she has appeared in The Dark Knight Rises AND The Flash TV series?
Yup, young Joey shaved her head for the role of a young Talia Al'Ghul in the Christian Bale starred trilogy finale.

Several years later Joey King starred as the character Magenta in the superhero TV series The Flash

They grow up so fast

If you like superheroes and aren't watching The Flash, you need to turn in your nerd license.
King's version of Magenta was flat out crazy.

Just like this Magenta printing plate from a Diamond Kings insert
It's the same numbering as a Cyan I own, but for some reason, the image is significantly smaller.

Here they are side by side.

Now let's compare the Kings side by side again.

I still prefer the eldest King.
Sorry Joey...


  1. Admittedly never heard of her, but I approve.

  2. Magenta was great, although sadly The Flash has often missed the mark since it's great first season.

    1. Season 1 set the bar very high. Since Flashpoint, things have gotten a little stale. Time travel and interdimensional travel is so complicated.

  3. Magnets cards are different, maybe I'll come across a cool after a or Verlander sometime.

    Keep up the awesome posts!

  4. Haven't had time to watch The Flash since early in the second season. Been getting the season sets though. I loved that they retroactively incorporated the 1990 CBS series into their "universe".