Growing up, I got into more than a few brawls at day care over wheels to make my LEGO cars. I would then proceed to crash them repeatedly until parts were everywhere, then leave the mess and blame that weird kid who ate glue all the time.
This cool Legend of Zelda stained glass light is the perfect way to light up your game room or any room in your house. Just fire up your Nintendo console, turn the other lights out, light a candle or two and play by the light of this simulated stained glass window inspired by The Wind Waker.
The USB-powered lamp is illuminated from the base and powered by USB cable or AA batteries.
If you are a collector of all the cool POP! Action figures you will definitely want to add this new Alien: Covenant Neomorph set to your collection. It comes with not just one, but two figures – a big mamma Neomorph, and a little baby Neomorph.
They creatures remind me a bit of the demogorgon from Stranger Things before it splits its face open.
The Princess Bride is one of the most classic of the ’80s movies out there. I harbor a secret fear they will try and remake it and ruin all that was good about the original like the new Ghostbusters did.
Way down in the deepest, darkest oceans, there are fish who glow to attract prey. The T-Rex didn’t need to glow to catch its dinner, but that would have been cool. Now you can own your own glowing T-Rex thanks this Tyrannosaurus Light.
The cast resin dino light is illuminated by a 7-watt bulb and glows appropriately along its belly when on.
Forget buying a Nintendo Switch, the Japanese toy kids want these days are these stuffed plush toys that look like gigantic beetles. Strapya-world has a pair of plush beetle toys with one that looks like a giant stag beetle and another that looks like a rhinoceros beetle.
The rhino beetle is 11-inches long and the stag beetle is 9.8-inches
Forget your fancy skateboard tricks. This board can actually shoot flames. Ok, it’s more of a flamedropper than a flamethrower, but the effect is super neat, sort of like the flame trails left behind by the DeLorean in Back to the Future.
If you have ever known someone who likes to hunt, odds are they have at least a couple animal heads hanging in their homes. You know, those severed heads with the beady eyes that follow you wherever you go.
Want a place to store your stuff that no one will dare open? This Motion Activated Alien Storage Egg should do the trick. I’m pretty sure no one is going to go near this creepy egg pod.
It is based on the Xenomorph embryo designed by HR Giger and it is a screen accurate prop.
Star Wars fans, check this out. GameStop will be getting an exclusive NERF Rival Apollo XV-700 blaster, done up in the style of your favorite bounty hunter. Unlike most NERF guns which use foam darts, this one fires little round projectiles which look like golf balls to me.
I’m a big fan of Fallout 4 and have spent many hours playing the game. One of the weapons you might recognize from the game is this Tesla Rifle. This replica was made by and was made by Wasted Props, and looks like someone stepped right out of the game with it.
The weapon even spins and charges like it does in the game before it fires.
Sure, it’s about five months early for Dia de los Muertos (aka Day of the Dead), but that’s okay. It doesn’t matter what day it is when an automaton sugar skull made out of LEGO pieces shows up in your browser.
If you want a place to keep your money or favorite snacks safe from theives, but you want one made of something supremely strong like thin top-grade plywood you are in luck. ThinkGeek has a DIY kit from UGears that lets you build a small combination safe from pre-cut plywood parts.
Once complete, you get a safe with a 3-number combination lock.
I was a huge fan of The Twilight Zone growing up. I watched the old black and white series in reruns during the summer and really loved the newer version back in the ’80s too. My favorite episode of all time was A Matter of Minutes.
Fans of BioShock who need a way to get their lunch to and from work or school will want to check out this awesome Big Daddy lunchbox. It’s one of those metal ones like we loved back in the ’80s and has the underwater drilling Big Daddy on the front.
If you ever played BioShock, you probably remember the first time you tangled with a Big Daddy, you probably also remember dying – over and over.
If you have ever lusted over the cool and expensive action figures and collectibles that Sideshow Collectibles offers and wondered how the hand-painted coolness comes together, check this out. This behind the scenes video at the toy shop shows how the Star Wars Rey and BB-8 premium format figures are painted and put together.
This looks like it would be a very cool job, assuming you have some artistic painting talent, which I lack completely.