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Over the past few years my friends and I have started getting into The Dresden Files, a book series by Jim Butcher focusing on the exploits of one Harry Dresden; Wizard Detective. Harry drives around in a clapped out old VW Beetle (“The Blue Beetle”) and for my friends birthday we decided to make him one using a VM Beetle model kit I found in Hobby Craft (UK) . Image (left) from  www.scalemates.com .

The Blue Beetle is in-fact multi-coloured. There are various references to which parts are what colour throughout the series. In The Dresden Files: Storm Front it’s described as one green door, one white door and the hood was red. Later the hood is replaced with a grey (primer).

In the series, Mold Daemons are supposedly responsible for the interior of the car being eaten. As a result of this we didn’t put the interior into the car. Instead of seats, there are crates made of match sticks (you can make these out in the second photo), which are referenced in one of the books and The Dresden Files wiki

Blue Beetle Quick Bio: When the mystic scarab of the Blue Beetle fused to the spine of Jaime Reyes, a new Blue Beetle was born! The Texas teen learned the alien artifact could expand to create a super-powered carapace around his body. enabling him to become El Paso’s super-powered protector from threats both criminal and magical.

When the mystic scarab of the Blue Beetle landed in El Paso, teenager Jaime Reyes found the strange bug-like artifact. That night, the fabled scarab found a new symbiotic host by fusing to Jaime’s spine. Jaime awoke babbling alien languages and hearing unintelligible communications from the scarab. It was trying to tell him that whenever he faced danger, the scarab would expand to create a super-powered carapace around his body.

At first, these changes left the boy frightened. But before fear could cripple him, he was drafted into service alongside earth’s defenders to defeat the omniscient Brother Eye during the Infinite Crisis. That mission fast-tracked Jaime toward his heroic destiny as the newest Blue Beetle.

Over the past few years my friends and I have started getting into The Dresden Files, a book series by Jim Butcher focusing on the exploits of one Harry Dresden; Wizard Detective. Harry drives around in a clapped out old VW Beetle (“The Blue Beetle”) and for my friends birthday we decided to make him one using a VM Beetle model kit I found in Hobby Craft (UK) . Image (left) from  www.scalemates.com .

The Blue Beetle is in-fact multi-coloured. There are various references to which parts are what colour throughout the series. In The Dresden Files: Storm Front it’s described as one green door, one white door and the hood was red. Later the hood is replaced with a grey (primer).

In the series, Mold Daemons are supposedly responsible for the interior of the car being eaten. As a result of this we didn’t put the interior into the car. Instead of seats, there are crates made of match sticks (you can make these out in the second photo), which are referenced in one of the books and The Dresden Files wiki

Blue Beetle Quick Bio: When the mystic scarab of the Blue Beetle fused to the spine of Jaime Reyes, a new Blue Beetle was born! The Texas teen learned the alien artifact could expand to create a super-powered carapace around his body. enabling him to become El Paso’s super-powered protector from threats both criminal and magical.

When the mystic scarab of the Blue Beetle landed in El Paso, teenager Jaime Reyes found the strange bug-like artifact. That night, the fabled scarab found a new symbiotic host by fusing to Jaime’s spine. Jaime awoke babbling alien languages and hearing unintelligible communications from the scarab. It was trying to tell him that whenever he faced danger, the scarab would expand to create a super-powered carapace around his body.

At first, these changes left the boy frightened. But before fear could cripple him, he was drafted into service alongside earth’s defenders to defeat the omniscient Brother Eye during the Infinite Crisis. That mission fast-tracked Jaime toward his heroic destiny as the newest Blue Beetle.

The Bug was built by research scientist Ted Kord , in the time when he was still president of the Kord Omniversal Research and Development Inc. It was originally constructed from failed experiments and old parts of automobiles and later improved with Ted's new inventions. [1]

After joining the JLI, Kilowog added other improvements that made the Bug far beyond its previous capabilities in terms of technology. Some time later, this bug was destroyed by Doomsday in his first foray against the Justice League. [2]

Before retiring from the super-heroic life, Ted built two more versions called Mark I and Mark II. The Mark II was destroyed during Countdown to Final Crisis , while the Mark I was altered by Checkmate to cover up Ted Kord's death.

Shock ‘n Awe reviews the new DC Icons Blue Beetle 6″ toy. Wilson rages about DC toys breaking and the two end up fighting. Fun stuff.

Of all the characters in the DC Universe I’ve said, time and time again, DC need to do a buddy cop movie featuring Booster Gold and Blue Beetle. And, if the Internet rumor is to be believed, it’s happening. Or not…

One of the Booster Golds currently running around Telos (the planet, not the entity) has come face to face with his long lost friend Blue Beetle. Will the happy reunion last?

Over the past few years my friends and I have started getting into The Dresden Files, a book series by Jim Butcher focusing on the exploits of one Harry Dresden; Wizard Detective. Harry drives around in a clapped out old VW Beetle (“The Blue Beetle”) and for my friends birthday we decided to make him one using a VM Beetle model kit I found in Hobby Craft (UK) . Image (left) from  www.scalemates.com .

The Blue Beetle is in-fact multi-coloured. There are various references to which parts are what colour throughout the series. In The Dresden Files: Storm Front it’s described as one green door, one white door and the hood was red. Later the hood is replaced with a grey (primer).

In the series, Mold Daemons are supposedly responsible for the interior of the car being eaten. As a result of this we didn’t put the interior into the car. Instead of seats, there are crates made of match sticks (you can make these out in the second photo), which are referenced in one of the books and The Dresden Files wiki

Blue Beetle Quick Bio: When the mystic scarab of the Blue Beetle fused to the spine of Jaime Reyes, a new Blue Beetle was born! The Texas teen learned the alien artifact could expand to create a super-powered carapace around his body. enabling him to become El Paso’s super-powered protector from threats both criminal and magical.

When the mystic scarab of the Blue Beetle landed in El Paso, teenager Jaime Reyes found the strange bug-like artifact. That night, the fabled scarab found a new symbiotic host by fusing to Jaime’s spine. Jaime awoke babbling alien languages and hearing unintelligible communications from the scarab. It was trying to tell him that whenever he faced danger, the scarab would expand to create a super-powered carapace around his body.

At first, these changes left the boy frightened. But before fear could cripple him, he was drafted into service alongside earth’s defenders to defeat the omniscient Brother Eye during the Infinite Crisis. That mission fast-tracked Jaime toward his heroic destiny as the newest Blue Beetle.

The Bug was built by research scientist Ted Kord , in the time when he was still president of the Kord Omniversal Research and Development Inc. It was originally constructed from failed experiments and old parts of automobiles and later improved with Ted's new inventions. [1]

After joining the JLI, Kilowog added other improvements that made the Bug far beyond its previous capabilities in terms of technology. Some time later, this bug was destroyed by Doomsday in his first foray against the Justice League. [2]

Before retiring from the super-heroic life, Ted built two more versions called Mark I and Mark II. The Mark II was destroyed during Countdown to Final Crisis , while the Mark I was altered by Checkmate to cover up Ted Kord's death.

Over the past few years my friends and I have started getting into The Dresden Files, a book series by Jim Butcher focusing on the exploits of one Harry Dresden; Wizard Detective. Harry drives around in a clapped out old VW Beetle (“The Blue Beetle”) and for my friends birthday we decided to make him one using a VM Beetle model kit I found in Hobby Craft (UK) . Image (left) from  www.scalemates.com .

The Blue Beetle is in-fact multi-coloured. There are various references to which parts are what colour throughout the series. In The Dresden Files: Storm Front it’s described as one green door, one white door and the hood was red. Later the hood is replaced with a grey (primer).

In the series, Mold Daemons are supposedly responsible for the interior of the car being eaten. As a result of this we didn’t put the interior into the car. Instead of seats, there are crates made of match sticks (you can make these out in the second photo), which are referenced in one of the books and The Dresden Files wiki



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