My first brush with Stephen King’s IT came at a young age when I was home one-day in the summer, and found it in my dad’s bookshelf. It scared the crap out of me within a couple of chapters, and I never finished reading it.
So yeah. This exists. If it’s wordplay, someone will make a product out of it. That’s the case here. What you are looking at is an officially licensed stainless steel Shredder cheese shredder. It taunts turtles while it shreds cheeses.
If you have been waiting for a Game Of Thrones edition of Monopoly to go with your other 100 Monopoly variants, check this out. There was an earlier version of Game of Thrones Monopoly, but the latest one is way cooler.
Each year ThinkGeek runs some of the most plausible products in its April Fools’ Day gags. We sort of love it and sort of hate it. The cool part each year for me is trying to figure out which of the pranks proves popular enough that the company will actually produce and sell it.
LEGO has unveiled its latest building system aimed at classrooms. The new building kit is called LEGO Education SPIKE Prime, and it is a hands-on learning approach for the classroom aimed at STEM education. The Spike app is used for programming robotic creations that students make with the kit and uses the SCRATCH coding language.
Thor’s mighty hammer is pretty damned powerful in the right hands. But it can’t fix everything. What you need is something more versatile, like this special version that packs a complete tool kit inside.
It may look like Mjolnir from the outside, but when you set it down and pop it open, it packs a 44-piece tool set inside.
Can you believe that Batman just turned 80 in March? He looks like he hasn’t aged a bit. To celebrate, LEGO has revealed six new sets. It’s a Batman and LEGO fans dream come true.
There’s the massive 1,037-piece Batcave Clayface Invasion set (76122), the 200-piece Mr.
DS9 was far from my favorite Star Trek show. I’m still Team Picard. But fans of Star Trek: Deep Space 9 might recall the prototype battleship that was stationed there called the Defiant. This wasn’t a big ship like the Enterprise, but a smaller warship that had cloaking tech, and the ability to smash enemies like the Borg.
Odd Alarm is a new app that will wake you up by using a bunch of odd sounds that your mind will find impossible to ignore. It’s available for iOS and Android, but this app isn’t full of the usual chimes and jaunty tunes.
When I think of 1980s movies, one that always comes to mind – and one of my all-time favorites – is the Kurt Russell flick, Big Trouble in Little China. I nearly wore out the lone VHS copy my local video store had.
LEGO enthusiasts who are fans of the Homeworld franchise will be happy to know that there’s now a series of officially-licensed collectible kits inspired by the classic real-time strategy video game series. These are the first ever models to be created by Brick Formation, a new startup focused on making premium, limited-edition models using authentic LEGO components.
It’s shower time and you know what that means. That’s right. It’s time for World 2-2 the water level. This is the perfect shower curtain for any Super Mario Bros. fan. This shower curtain looks just like the classic video game level that you know and love.