Sideshow Collectibles recently unveiled a statue based on the gun-toting member of the Bat family, Kate Kane aka Batwoman. The stunning Premium Figure is depicted standing regally over the ruins of her Gotham apartment.
Do you have a toddler in your house? Are you a Back to the Future fan? Then you’ve gotta get your kid a pair of these amusing baby booties made to look like Marty McFly’s famed Nike Air Mag shoes.
These handmade Air Mag booties are available from FifthAvenue5, and crocheted from organic yarn.
Do you have lots of phones, tablets, and other rechargeable gadgets in the house or at the office? Here’s the solution to all of your charging problems.
Unitek’s 10-port charging station can juice up two handfuls of USB-powered devices at once – even tablets and larger smartphones.
Another Star Wars film, another Hot Toys action figure. The Hong Kong-based toy maker recently unveiled a sixth-scale action figure of Rey based on her appearance in the upcoming Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
As you can see in the photos, the 11″-tall figure is officially called Rey (Jedi Training), implying that Hot Toys will release multiple versions of the character from the same movie.
Kojima Productions’ new mascot now has a high end action figure. Made by Sentinel, the Ludens sixth scale action figure has a whopping 46 points of articulation, thanks to a custom made inner frame.
The figure’s movable parts even include its eyes.
If you’re a fan of classic computer systems from the 1980s, then check this out. These custom-made cases let you build a working Raspberry Pi computer system that looks like a mini version of iconic retro systems.
RetroPiCases makes miniature cases based on the Commodore 64, VIC-20, Amiga 500, BBC Model B, and my personal favorite, the Atari ST – which was the last great computer system that didn’t run either Windows or Mac OS if you ask me.
Each 3D-printed case perfectly fits a Raspberry Pi board (be sure to read the descriptions on Etsy to see which board it requires), and provides proper access to its ports, and some cases include an LED power light as well.
The cases sell for about $20 to $35 (USD) each, not including the cost of the Raspberry Pi board itself.
Fidget spinners have been done to death, so I was pretty sure I was never going to write about them again. But this gadget is just too silly not to mention. What you’re looking at is what is purportedly the world’s first cell phone that doubles as a fidget spinner.
The Chilli K188 is a very basic phone, but what makes it unique is its propeller blade shape and a spinny ball bearing mechanism in its middle.
Quickly, Guardian. There’s a sale at the Tower – they’re selling the vendors themselves. McFarlane Toys continues its line of Destiny toys with 7″ action figures of the Vanguards: Ikora Rey, Zavala and Cayde-6. The figures are based on the characters’ in-game assets from Destiny 2, where all three play a more pivotal role.
The figures have at least 12 points of articulation, and each comes with a chase redeemable McFarlane Toys Hellspawn emblem and a unique weapon.
If you and your pal are thinking of dressing up as Rick and Morty this Halloween, the guys at GearProps have got one of you covered. You’ll be the life of any party with this handmade Rick Sanchez costume head.
The full head mask offers up a 3-dimensional version of everyone’s favorite alcoholic granddad, complete with a little bit of green vomit dripping from his mouth, and spiky blue hair.
Street Fighter fans, the king of muay Thai is coming for your money. Pop Culture Shock Collectibles recently unveiled its third-scale statue of Sagat, and it looks awesome. The extremely detailed statue is 36.5″ tall and comes in three variants.
The standard or EX version has no extra parts.
Impressive. Most impressive. Takara Tomy’s one-of-a-kind take on Darth Vader is called the Star Wars Powered by Transformers 01 TIE Advanced x1. It doesn’t even have “Darth Vader” in its name, but that’s the surprise!
Aside from coming with a tiny Darth Vader figure, the Sith Lord’s ship actually transforms into a robot version of himself, complete with a giant lightsaber.
Did you love watching Rugrats back in the ’90s? The series was one of those great Nickelodeon cartoons that proved that animation wasn’t just for kids, and packed the show with humor that adults could enjoy too.
Are you a fan of the original Apple Macintosh? This smartphone stand can transform your modern day Apple device into a 1984 model Macintosh in a snap.
Elago’s M4 phone stand looks like a classic Mac, but it’s been stretched and distorted horizontally in order to accommodate the widescreen landscape orientation of today’s smartphones.
Have you ever dropped your phone? While you could protect it with a case, there’s another way which will keep you from dropping it in the first place. This nifty device attaches to the back of your phone, and adds a ring which ensures your phone won’t ever slip out of your hand.
Designed by JIN, the PhotoRing Magic Grip adheres securely to the back of your phone, and provides added safety for your phone by attaching it to your finger with a sturdy metal ring.
The long-awaited, hand drawn side-scroller Cuphead was recently released to rave reviews. The game sure looks amazing with its 1920’s cartoon style, but it’s also incredibly difficult. It’s a rewarding experience nonetheless, and any fan of the game will want these vinyl figures based on some of the game’s characters.
Funko’s first batch of figures features the iconic art style of the game, and includes 3″ figures of Cuphead himself and Mugman, while The Devil stands 6″ tall.
That Devil is so awesome looking – I need him in my collection NOW.