Man, I miss playing around on my old Commodore 64 computer. I never really knew how to code or anything, but with the help of popular computer magazines I could type in one of the many fun programs within the pages.
If you have some Coca-Cola cans, some lighters, and a few spare syringes just lying around, you can use them to make your own minigun. The question is, should you? Yes. Yes you should. Unless you hurt yourself, in which case, I do not endorse this idea at all.
The Q Channel shows you how to make a rad minigun with a really cool design.
I’ve never watched the Netflix series BoJack Horseman, but it looks really weird. If you’re a fan there are some new Funko POP! Action figures in the works that look pretty cool.
The series includes BoJack Horseman himself, along with Mr.
The latest Star Wars LEGO set is a cool one, though it’s a Star Wars Celebration exclusive. The LEGO Detention Block Rescue set recreates the classic scene from Episode IV in 220 pieces.
It has Luke and Han figures in their Stormtrooper disguises.
Deadpool is a snarky bastard and doesn’t mind talking about squeezing his ass into a red costume. I could definitely see Deadpool trying to blow bubbles using farts. Instructables contributor Britt Michelsen posted a step-by-step guide for turning one of those rude BUB-L Breezer toys into a Deadpool toy of farting, bubbly glory.
The base toy looks nothing like Deadpool so you have to use modeling clay, paint, primer spray, and elbow grease to make it work.
Wings? Who needs wings on a plane when you can have two greasy chicken buckets? YouTuber and supergeek Peter Sripol wanted to see if a plane could fly with KFC buckets for wings, so he set out to prove it.
Fans of Boba Fett all know how the bounty hunter meets his demise in Return of the Jedi. He gets ejected by a blinded Han Solo right into the maw of the Sarlacc where he will be digested for all eternity.
Fans of The Walking Dead will want this cool miniature that features Glenn and Negan together in the moments just before Lucille popped Glenn’s eye out. The statues look just like the actors from the series, and commemorate one of the last moments we saw a whole Glenn on the show.
The statue set will sell for $29.99(USD)
Oh man. I have never wanted a turntable so bad. This Star Wars portable record player is awesome. Spin your vinyl with the power of The Force. While this turntable really should have been released back in 1977, it’s here today.
Crosley Radio is making this very special 40th anniversary Star Wars turntable, which will be available in participating independent record stores to celebrate the 10th annual Record Store Day on Saturday, April 22.
It features pitch control, Bluetooth, dynamic full-range stereo speakers, a headphone jack and RCA outputs, and will sell for $109.95(USD).
The Shining was one of the films that helped put Stephen King movie adaptations on the map. Jack Nicholson was superb in that film and it was scary as hell. Still, I happened to have liked the 1997 TV mini series adaptation better.
This Schrödinger’s Cat Plush toy from is a cuddly stuffed animal that is both alive and dead at the same time, depending which side is facing you. You don’t even need a box to ponder what state it’s in.
My Mamaw (that’s grandmother for you yankees out there) used to knit all the time. She was big on making blankets with yarn that had enough open space to be terrible at keeping you warm, and were itchy enough to drive you mad.
This barrel-shaped Legend of Zelda themed arcade cabinet is not only fun to play, but a great piece of home decor too. It comes from Redditor LetsbuildsomeShit. He is living up to his name big time with this awesome build.
This Raspberry Pi 3 / RetroPie-powered arcade machine is completely custom.
These days you can pay for things in all kinds of electronic ways, but if you still find yourself with a bunch of coins, here is a fun way to sort them.
The Q channel shows us how to make a coin sorting machine using just cardboard, a knife, a metal ruler, and some glue.
We like cosplay around here, despite the fact that I am not much for dressing up (I even shun pants). People who like to go to conferences like ComicCon or WonderCon are a bit more enthusiastic about getting dressed up than I am.