If you like unicorns, but you prefer them sad (you sick bastard) this is the candle holder for you. The candle itself is rainbow-colored and shaped like a horn. It gets crammed right inside the head of the unicorn and then you light the candle.
Groot might not have much in the way of a vocabulary, but he is very cool. Sadly, in the first Guardians of the Galaxy movie Groot got blown to bits at the end. We saw that he would live again as he danced in the pot.
I’ve long held the belief that the same people who make thise exploding ink packs that stain bank robbers also make the orange dye used in cheesy puffs. Those orange balls of salty deliciousness will leave you stained for days afterwards.
Who thinks, “I need to mashup Boba Fett and Toblerone? Then, ‘I need to make a collectible figure of it’?” Tattoo Dave is that man. He did that very thing, and he named it “Boblerone.”
This figure is worth a chuckle for sure, but will you buy one?
Do you want people to think you’re some sort of a wizard, capable looking into their world from a great distance and casting spells over them? You need the Supernova Sphere.
This 8″ light-up orb looks like the kind of mystical crystal ball that a villainous wiz might use to look in on their victims from afar.
Back in the NES days, the game cartridges were typically all grey. One of the cool things about The Legend of Zelda was that the cartridge was golden and shiny. If you ever played that game, you will immediately recognize this Zelda Hydration Cartridge.
There’s a version of Monopoly for almost every geek property these days. So naturally it is time for a Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Monopoly game. Thank Groot! I was getting bored with all of the other hundreds of versions.
I can’t believe that no one has thought of this before. This new invention claims it will transform “virtually any surface into a base for LEGO components.” You can build around corners, on curved surfaces, or even onto the sides of other brick-built creations.
Back in the day, if you wanted to beat Super Mario Bros., you needed to get very good at timing your jumps over the piranha plants that would pop out of the pipes to eat you as you tried to make your way.
Gremlins was one of those awesome ’80s movies that was both funny and a bit scary. I think every ’80s kid wanted their own Mogwai, even if you risked being killed by a green, slimy gremlin at some point.
Back in the ’80s, Kurt Russell was in some of the coolest movies out there. He was Snake Plissken in Escape from New York, He was Cash in Tango and Cash, and my favorite of all was Jack Burton in Big Trouble in Little China.
Stranger Things is one of the best things to happen to Netflix since the streaming service took off. Any child of the ’80s would feel right at home in the setting of the show. Previously, we saw some sweet Funko POP action figures of some characters from the show.
Way back in the day, most toys that younger kids played with were made of wood. As time passed, most toys are now made of some sort of plastic. If you like Star Trek (the original series) and wooden toys, you will be thrilled about this.
Of all the movies in the Marvel universe, Guardians of the Galaxy was my favorite. It was funny, action packed, and had a hot green heroine. I also liked Rocket Raccoon because racoons are cute as long as they aren’t trying to break into your house at each night for a week (don’t ask).