Are your dreams just too pleasant? Sleeping like a baby through the night? Well clearly, you need a little nightmare fuel to help spark your subconscious. This Beetlejuice Sandworm mood light should do the trick just fine.
If you’ve ever been to a data center, you know they’re ice cold rooms filled with racks upon racks of computer and networking equipment, and neatly bolted into 19″ wide server racks. Most of those servers are made from steel and/or aluminum components.
LEGO has made some incredible Star Wars sets over the years, especially in its Ultimate Collectors Series. From the Death Star to the Millennium Falcon, LEGO fans have emptied their piggy banks time and again to enjoy some amazing and complex builds – often made of thousands of grey blocks to make things more challenging.
These creepy collectible figures answer the question: “What happens when your Pokémon gets really sick?” Apparently, its skin color changes, and becomes semi-transparent, allowing you to see its skeletal structure inside. Delightful!
Custom toymaker Scott Wilkowski is the mad mind behind these awesomely weird figures, inspired by Pikachu and Meowth.
Let’s face it. For as cute as Furbies were supposed to be, more often than not, they’re kind of creepy. People have done some really crazy stuff with these electronic pets over the years, from slicing in two with a waterjet, to turning them into an insane musical instrument.
Halloween isn’t far off, so it doesn’t hurt to start shopping now before all of the good stuff is sold out. While your kids might already have ideas for costumes, I bet their trick or treat pumpkins aren’t being given the slightest thought.
Are you a fan of Nintendo’s Kirby games? Well how would you like a fan of Kirby, then? Your wish is my command. Actually, I had nothing to do with it. This Kirby of the Stars desk fan is the brainchild of SK Japan.
If you’ve ever spent time in Japan, you know there’s a certain love for vending machines in the nation that seems unequalled by any other place. From the moment you touch down at Tokyo Narita airport, there are numerous vending machines by the gates.
There are few things more recognizable in the world of toys than a classic LEGO minifig. Sure, we’ve seen them dressed up in all kinds of costumes and color schemes, but at the end of the day, a minifig is a minifig.
Let’s face it, life as an action figure is hard. You just stand around all day, and occasionally somebody picks you up and bends your stiff joints to their whim. Their muscles have got to ache from all of that.
Do you imagine a world where humans and dinosaurs live in peace and harmony? I love that idea, but the Jurassic Park movies have taught me not to get my hopes up too much for friendly raptors and and brontosauri roaming the streets anytime soon.
The Hangrees are a joyfully tasteless series of slime collectible, plop culture parody figures that are hungry for punny, satirical snacks. Just feed ‘em, shake ‘em, and excrete ‘em for slimy, poop-tastic results. Once the dookie has dropped, the slime can be stored in a resealable container for reuse.
Stephen King’s IT offered up some truly terrifying moments, both in its 1990 TV miniseries run and its 2017 movie incarnation. While Pennywise the clown is super creepy, you might not want to have his head sitting on your desk every day.
The only thing better than a good piece of sushi is one that comes delivered right to your face on a train, ready to eat. The sushi train is quite popular in Japan, but has also popped up in cities around the world in recent years.
If you’re into playing the electric guitar, you probably have a bunch of foot pedals on the floor, ready and waiting for you to add noise, wah-wah, echo, and other effects. But I bet you don’t have an effects pedal this cool.