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AVENGERS SUNBURST T-SHIRT (Mad Engine) (Sep 2006) Mad Engine

cover:  George Perez
Date: Sep 2006
Cover Price: $9.99 (S, M, L, XL)

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    Apples in Stereo - "What's the #?"
    News  Mon, 26 Feb 2007 19:03:16 CST  Vu
    The Apples In Stereo - What's The #
    Feb 26, 2007 at 2:18 PM

    AVENGERS SUNBURST T-SHIRT (Mad Engine) (Sep 2006)

    Listen to "What's the #"

    Apples in stereo setlist

    Apples in Stereo at the Varsity 2/24/2007
    So I was at the Apples in Stereo concert last Saturday. I was standing around and this bookish man (covered with a hat, glasses, scarf, and layers and layers of clothing!) he asked me, "Hey, is that an Avengers T-shirt?".

    I told him, yes, and challenged him to guessing who the artist is.

    He concentrated and stared and after a few minutes answered, "Is it Gil Kane?" (It was not)

    So I told him it was George Perez, and then we got into a conversation about DC and Marvel comics. It was pretty nerdy.

    So after a while, I asked him, "Hey, what's your name?"

    Turns out, he's Robert Schneider, singer and songwriter of Apples in Stereo.

    Too embarrassing. (And who knew he was such a big comic book geek?)

    The song I have picked out is from one of their old albums, because I have not had a chance to listen to the new one, "New Magnetic Wonder", which was released a few weeks ago.

    The song is quite fitting as it does contain the line:
    "I'll see you around, up and downtown. What's your name now? I'll write it down."
    As for the concert, they did manage to do "What's the #" on their encore, as you can see on the setlist. The very last song was not Ruby, it was "Tidal Wave", from Fun Trick Noisemaker (and Science Faire).

    Trivia: John Dufilho, from the Deathray Davies is now the drummer for Apples in Stereo, replacing Hilarie Sidney (the only girl in the band).

    Bonus: More pictures of the show on Flickr at Brody and Steve. You can also download Toronto (20 Feb 2007) and read about Chicago (23 Feb 2007).

    News: Avengers Sunburst T-Shirt (Blue)

    Fri, 22 Sep 2006 01:48:19 CST [ submitted by Vu ]
     From Vu
    I was shopping at Wal-Mart today and I saw that they had the Avengers Sunburst T-Shirt (available only in blue) in a variety of sizes, ranging from Small to Extra Large for $9.99. I picked up a shirt, it looks pretty awesome, except that the yellow on blue does not show up very well.

    Some interesting notes, the T-Shirt co-partner is Mad Engine. Their website does not list this Avengers T-Shirt.

    If you do not live near a Wal-Mart and would like me to pick you up one, just send me an email.