New additions to the media collection in April 2022

Collecting in April 2022 put some more books and movies on the physical shelves.

Who would have thought the subscription of these elusive mags made it out of the My Favourite Magazines warehouses after I tried to make sense of the logistics mess?

Those AT-ATs are still my favorite vehicles in the (LEGO) Star Wars line-up.

It’s too bad that Amazon’s packaging hasn’t improved, making some of this look used. Still a nice way to experience that rather long game in a more manageable way.

Some Easter presents, although I still have to watch the whole Game of Thrones thing to know what this creature actually is (besides being a dragon).

After covering the From the Screen To Your Stereo 3 album in the Happy Easter 2022 with New Found Glory article, I should also mention that the December’s Here CD is also neat, despite being surprisingly un-punk rock-ing. Prepare for a rather long series of photos…

I already covered Steve Ince‘s cartoon collection in yesterday’s Happy Free Comic Book Day (Germany) 2022 with Steve Ince cartoons article and the reason why I had to send it back… you’ll see in the photos below. It’s too bad, as there wasn’t any problem with the touching Story to Nowhere, one of the strongest and more emotionally draining books that comes highly recommended.

Sometimes reading a book aimed at young readers can be satisfying, too. One of these was also a basis for a movie that will receive the Halloween 2022 special treatment. Guess which one…

I’ve always wanted to read the The Witcher books and even if I haven’t heard the best things about the English translation, my Polish is non-existent and the German books are too expensive. So this was the best option.

For anyone who didn’t know there was a Netflix show, the multiple stickers should give a hint or 8.

Time for some horror movies with one (maybe two?) showing up on this year’s Halloween movie special list, too.

It’s been such a long time since I watched Versus, and finally Arrow Video made it possible to experience the Ultimate Cut on BD for a cheaper price than the out-of-print US version.

88 Films still remains my favorite distribution label when it comes to limited editions and also obscure Asian cinema.

The Species movies are a mixed bag of entertaining and boring movies (as can be read in the Alien movies: “Species 1-4” article), but I still had to get this collector’s edition box.

Speaking of so-bad-so-good flicks, let’s see how this crazy sequel turns out to be.

I haven’t heard great things about the quality of acting/writing/editing for this movie, but the 3D seems to be outstanding. Too bad it’s only the European cut version, but as there’s no other one outside Russia…

Last but not least, a bit of animated TV show craziness or perfect fodder for Halloween without sweets, as I was recently tested glucose-intolerant :-(.

Yes, the last sentence was probably what made April less enjoyable for me after a doctor’s visit (and more to come), but thankfully there were lots of cool books and movies to add to the collection. If only I could find the time…

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About nufafitc

Being an avid gamer, cinemaniac, and bookworm in addition to other things the internet and new media present, I'm also very much into DIY music, rock and pop in particular. Writing short or longer pieces about anything that interests me has always made me happy. As both an editor for German website "Adventure-Treff" and UK website "Future Sack", I like to write reviews and news about recent developments in the movies, games and book industry.
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