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Beer & Batman #17: Bad Men Begin

Most agree that Batman has the best villains in comics. Sure, he’s squared off against some of the worst, as well (Crazy Quilt, anyone? How about Egghead?), but as a whole, Batman’s rogue’s gallery is just about as iconic as he is. 1,231 more words

Batman

Batman Bad Blood[Review]

by FCW

From Here On, It’s Only Family

We got our hands on the Batman Bad Blood, we were always fascinated on the Dark Knight’s resolve for justice, well today we have had a chance to review a much bigger challenge, a Gotham with the Batman missing… 418 more words

Bad Blood

Fancy Nance, South Yarra

Date attended: Friday, 28th August 2015

Shauna and I had been anticipating the opening of Fancy Nance for about 6 months and were a little disappointed when it hadn’t opened by its expected date in March, so imagine my surprise and delight when I opened up my birthday card in July to find a voucher for 2 people to attend a high tea there! 885 more words

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NICK FOUQUET

Los Angeles-based hat maker Nick Fouquet aka the Mad Hatter  was raised in South of France until the age of 8, moved back to the US for boarding school,  disappeared for 5 months to find himself living and studying in Australia before making his way back to the US to graduate with a BA in Environmemtal Sciene and Sustainable Development from Rollins College.  195 more words

Fashion

We're All Mad Here...

This past summer I had the amazing opportunity to capture a sweet and beautiful bridal shower for one of my gorgeous brides. The DIY bride had every detail from the maid of honors adorable mad hatter outfit… down to the last tea cup displayed so perfectly. 67 more words

California

Insane

We are insane.

All mentally

unstable

unstable

unstable.

Prove me wrong,

for you are mad.

All gone mentally befuddled.

Behove you not

to question your ways. 44 more words

Poetry

"Escaped" from the Mad Hatter

Perhaps that is why we, or at least I haven’t gone insane yet.

Just keeps escaping. Jumps through the rabbit hole as a daily routine unconsciously…or intentionally. 271 more words

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