November 12, 2009

Faster Than a Speeding Bullet!

Here's your Reader's Digest version of the last few posters over at


The URL:

"Kate says something similar to this URL to Jack in Something Nice Back Home "I'm gonna ask you... to trust me. Trust me. Just leave it be."
But I feel like I've heard 'Trust Me Leave It Be' from someone else and I can't put my finger on it.

Frame 10 proved to be a bit of confusion. The powers that be did a great job of making fans feel lost!

I encourage you to head over to to review the chain of events that occurred with things getting lost in translation. I know you'll find it very interesting.

POSTER: By Rob Jones titled The Swan Station.


This clue shows up:

...but then we get a "corrected" date and a message...
"No Time Traveling Needed."

"Widmore Publishing"
The URL is
This line is said by Jack to Kate in Pilot.

By Drew Millward titled Walt's Kidnapping.

According to the action as it unfolded by LOSTARGS the poster sold out in 1 minute!

Frame 12

You can read the play by play of the day from fellow Lostie Jopinionated.

The URL reveal is

Jin said this line to Bernard in The Whole Truth.


POSTER: By Daniel Danger titled "And that's why my hand was shaking. Because this is not a man you go and see, this is a man who summons you."

This was my very favorite LOST poster and I wanted this one terribly! Of course I didn't get it. Apparently it sold out in 10 seconds!


This clue's font/colors connects to a 2007 movie called Ping Pong Playa.


The URL is was creatively revealed on a ping pong ball at the club.

This is said by LaFleur to Richard-"The hydrogen bomb with "Jughead" written on the side. Did you bury it?" - In LaFleur.


POSTER: By Nate Duval titled The Barracks.


Here's just a quick mention that Paul Scheer made an appearance on the Carson Daly Show. He chatted very briefly about being a huge LOST fan and about his presenting Damon and Carlton with the velvet painting he created at this year's Comic Con. Paul felt that the fans needed it. The show is important to him and it was a way of "giving back".
He shares about his blog with all his LOST stuff and how he was contacted by Ronie Midfew Arts, {BTW, does Paul say MIFDEW?!!} and how they struck a deal to create original LOST artwork.

The past few poster experiences have left me thinking there may be some nonsense going on over at Ronie Midfew Arts. I have concerns they may not be running a tight ship over there.
It sparks my curiosity when we head over to the site and mysterious things are going on like words are misspelled, and banners with wrong date or erroneous information, etc.
"Mistakes" had been corrected right away, but not before we all got a good look at it.
You would imagine such a prestigious and influential corporation would not allow such immature grammar and language rules to be broken. Isn't there someone who checks and edits any and all copy before it is executed for publishing?
Somewhere down the line there is a breakdown of communication. Or maybe this is a strong case of "It's all in the details and they're wrong."

As far as my quest for one of these unique and glorious works of LOST art, as I said in my last post, I just can't seem to beat the odds on a purchase.
Maybe if the Flash himself was here working my computer keyboard when the sale starts, he'd be the faster finger and beat these unbelievable sales that seem to be over in a flash!

Congratulations to those Losties who have been able to purchase posters and to those who got a little extra something with their purchase. I love to hear about when a fan gets that surprise sent to them. It's so damn exciting!!! It's LOSTASTIC!!

Until the next posters...

Love to all who are "LOST"™

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