Are you a brony who also loves electronics projects? Well, we’ve got some good news for you. You can make your own My Little Pony soldering iron, which makes the ponies more like unicorns. Because friendship is magic.
If you need something to stomp on in your garden, this Super Mario Goomba Garden Statue is perfect. It looks just like a little Goomba from Super Mario Bros. except it stands still. Actually, don’t stomp this thing.
As a child of the ’80s, I fondly remember Colonel Sanders – the real one, not this new actor every other commercial weirdness KFC is up to these days. All the real Sanders wanted you to do was come to eat some chicken made from his secret family recipe of 11 herbs and spices.
We love video games and LEGO around here, and this awesome LEGO Breath of the Wild diorama combines both of those loves in one. Designed by a guy going by “Hanwasyellowfirst,” this Breath of the Wild set looks like it could be an official kit.
Gundam fans have some sweet new collectables, and they look amazing. This collection of Gundam-themed G-SHOCK watches from CASIO are made to celebrate Gundam’s 40th anniversary. Can you believe the mech franchise been around for four decades?
The Millennium Falcon is one of the most iconic ships in the Star Wars universe that was a character in its own right. Han and Chewie flew that ship all over the place and got up to all sorts of scoundrel business in it.
Is it just me, or every time you see anything with Mario jumping up to smack a box with a coin inside, do you hear the “ding” sound the video game makes inside your head? That sound will surely be stuck in your head all the time with this official Mario desktop calendar.
The calendar has little cubes with numbers, days of the week, and months on them.
Are you worthy of Thor’s hammer? I sure hope so, or you aren’t wiping this day. Mjolnir can fly, smash through objects, break people’s faces, and much more. Now it can also hold your toilet paper, allowing those who are worthy to uh, clean up.
This mythical weapon is made from “sturdy, heavy-duty materials.”
Rick and Morty is one of the most popular cartoons out there, and those guys get up to all sorts of weird stuff. One of the most memorable episodes is where Morty decides to save a homeless man, requiring him to go inside the man’s body – and it turns out that Rick has turned the guys innards into a miniature amusement park.
One of the best episodes of Game of Thrones on HBO was Season 6’s The Battle of the Bastards when Jon squared off against that junk-cutting off bastard Ramsey Bolton. After a hard-fought battle, and help from the Knights of the Vale, the Starks won, and eventually, Ramsey met a nasty end.
Fans of the series will want to check out this statuette from Dark Horse Deluxe that shows Jon as he appeared in that fateful battle, wielding his sword Longclaw.
Sometimes you just need joy and wonder in your life. If you feel the need for something colorful and whimsical in your room or office, this Unicorn Light Sconce is just the ticket. You can even rip its horn off without fearing ending the world or having to marry a fairy princess Legend-style.
It’s larger than it looks in the images at 15-inches tall with the horn, 5.5-inches
Pictionary is usually played by drawing on a sheet of paper or maybe a whiteboard. Now, we have a new way of playing the game by drawing in the air. No, not with your finger. Mattel has announced a new high tech version of the game, called Pictionary Air.
This Super Mario Fire Flower Garden Statue is going to look great keeping watch over your garden. You never know when a plumber might happen by and need some fireballs after all.
The 12-inch resin statue weighs 3.5
LEGO and Nintendo are two of geekdom’s favorite things. Here they come together in an awesome build that replicates one of Super Mario Bros.’ most iconic villains – the nasty piranha plant. But this is no ordinary LEGO model – this piranha plant actually works.
It was built by Jason over at JK Brickworks, and has a mechanism inside which not only moves the plant up and down from its pipe, but it opens its mighty jaws as it emerges from its green pipe.
If you’re looking for some 80s nostalgia, check out the Back to the 80’s Edition of Trivial Pursuit. It has a Stranger Things theme even though Stranger Things is technically only set in the ’80s. Test your knowledge about all things ’80s and see how much you remember from that awesome decade.
The game has 1,500 new questions on 250 cards in six categories: Movies; TV; Music; Famous People and Events; Trends, Tech and Fun; and Stranger Things.