Are you looking for a fashion accessory to take with you when you go to the theater to see the new Star Wars movie? Look no further than these bowling bag style purses. They come in Boba Fett and R2-D2 versions.
The thing with all the action figures we talk about around here is that other than changing hands, posing them, and putting weapons in hands, you get what you buy. If you have always wanted to make your own action figure, ThinkGeek has exactly what you need.
We have a whole category of this website dedicated to geek wear, and while much of what we post is amusing, how much of it would you actually be willing to wear?… and I mean in public, and not GenCon public… real public.
It’s no secret that George Lucas borrowed story ideas from Akira Kurosawa’s samurai movies when he created Star Wars. Even Darth Vader’s suit resembles samurai armor. If that wasn’t obvious enough, Bandai’s badass S.H. Figuarts Star Wars samurai action figures will make the connection painfully obvious.
This is the Equinox Snowcoach. It’s a little $2,000 suppository that’s meant to keep its passengers safe and protected from the elements while being towed by a truck or ATV. As a finished concept, I think it’s fairly cool, but I certainly have about a billion other things I’d rather drop two Gs on.
Earlier this year we featured Takara Tomy’s killer crossover combo action figures of Optimus Prime as a Sony PlayStation and Megatron as a Sega Mega Drive. It turns out the toy maker also released a US variant of the latter – Genesis Megatron.
This steampunk Nintendo Game Boy is the portable gaming choice of the distinguished gentleman or lady who wants to game while riding in the coach or on a steamship cruise. It’s classy. An elegant console from a more civilized age.
Hobbits normally keep their homes pretty clean, but this Hobbit Hole is one that you do not want to visit. Unless you are a cat. Every other week, the folks at AWE me get some of Hollywood’s top prop makers to build one-of-a-kind items.
Hot Toys makes some of the coolest collectible figures for ever created. They also happen to be some of the most expensive. These things cost hundreds of dollars even when they are made from plastic. I can only imagine how expensive this metal Iron Man collectible will be.
Aside from its name’s distracting spelling, Gaems is known for its specialized suitcases for Xbox and PlayStation consoles. The suitcases come with a monitor, speakers and the requisite cables, so all you need is to strap in your console.
I happen to think that one of the best fast foods on the planet is a hot, crunchy, salty, box of fries from McDonald’s. I think many people would agree they have the best fries. McDonald’s fries should be sold in giant buckets like fried chicken, me thinks.
A new Dutch clothing company called Spacelife is launching with a big bang. Its first product is a limited edition jacket inspired by the classic spacesuit. Sadly, as far as my budget is concerned getting it will launch me to a planet called Bankruptcy.
LEGO builder Tyler Sky is back, and this time instead of a Pink Landspeeder, he has delivered Rudolph the red nosed AT-AT. Now, how could any rebel tangle up the legs of something so cute and make it fall down?
Thingmade has invented one of the most annoying neon signs on the planet: a physical version of the loading icon. Put it in front of a teenager and he will immediately be unable to even. Such is the power of the Gyroscopic Illuminated Figure.