Marvel AND DC Comics together…can you even do that?
Since the first Family Build we did, my kids couldn’t wait to do another one! They kept asking (especially my daughter) to make another vid and build some models. More building with my kids? Heck yes! This time, it’s all geek as a while back, I had come across a plastic kit of one of my favorite comic book characters, Marvel Comics’ “Wolverine” made by Polar Lights/Round2 Models. Upon investigation, I learned that Polar Lights had a few different characters and so found a Marvel Comics “Captain America” for my daughter (it was fitting since she has a little crush on Cap) and DC Comics’ “Superman” for my son since, based on some of the things he attempts, he must think he’s made of steel! So, let the build begin!
After attending the Warbirds & Classics Scale RC Airplane event last year, I couldn’t wait to come back! Between the awesome assortment of airplanes, the fellowship with old and new friends, and the incredible backdrop you get from the flying site, it is a must attend for me. It helps that it’s local enough for me that the drive getting there isn’t too bad and I get to have a fun weekend flying with my dad. Needless to say, this year’s Warbirds & Classics did not disappoint! The Scale Squadron hosted event had even more pilots and even more airplanes and it was a blast! I was there Friday and Saturday and got my fill of all the flying I could handle and filled up my memory card with pics and videos…twice! I had my trusty A-7, Mirage, and Tigercat in tow. I was eager to get the Tigercat out to an event. It was like putting together a jigsaw puzzle to get them all packed into the back of my Sienna, but somehow it worked! If you weren’t excited enough to see what was at the event, here’s a quick compilation video of some of the action at the event (more pics and video further down).
Located at the OCMA rc airplane field in Black Starr Canyon (next to Irvine Lake in Irvine, CA), the event has open flying for any scale aircraft (warbirds, civlian, jets, etc.) which Continue reading →