I’ve been a James Bond fan since I was a little kid. Growing up, James Bond was always Roger Moore, and the coolest gadget in all the franchise was the Lotus Esprit submarine from The Spy Who Loved Me.
If Spider-Man was clad in the armor of an ancient Samurai, would he still be able to do whatever a spider can? I mean, I don’t see his sticky fingers working through those gauntlets. Regardless, I love samurai and think the idea is awesome for this Marvel Movie Realization action figure.
Growing up, my uncle was always buying fancy stuff that hardly anyone had in the early ’80s. He had a gigantic video camera that required you to wear a VCR on your hip. He had the first microwave oven I ever saw.
What you see here is the most spectacular Halo Needler replica that you can actually buy. This thing comes from NECA Toys and was made with help from Microsoft and 343 Studios using the actual 3D models from the game.
It’s been a while since we had a Star Trek TV series that was in current production. Sure you can find episodes of past series out there, none of which have caught my attention since Star Trek: The Next Generation.
A few days ago we talked about Mogees, a tiny digital musical instrument that triggers sound by vibration. The Motus is another unorthodox yet intuitive portable instrument. It lets you create or trigger sounds by motion.
Growing up when I went to the arcade, I gravitated towards the driving games. I played the crap out of Pole Position and any other racing game I could get my mitts on. Only a few years later, driving games sort of fell out of popularity and they left the arcade sticking me with nothing but fighting games.
Now you’ll be able to watch Episode VII in style, thanks to these Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ 3D Glasses. Check it out. RealD has unveiled a series of collectible 3D glasses for the new Star Wars flick and they look pretty cool.
We celebrate Back to the Future Day today, October 21, 2015, which was the date on the dash of the DeLorean time machine when Marty and Doc arrived in the future. I still don’t have my Hoverboard, and thankfully, cars don’t look as ridiculous as they did in the movie.
You might recall a few months back I talked a bit about the Vinyl Idolz Ghostbusters action figures. Those were cool, but the cartoonish characters had some weird eyes. Vinyl Idolz now have a Walking Dead series just in time to celebrate the premiere of the new season of the show.
It’s been almost two years since I first saw Vizio’s incredibly impressive Reference Series displays. To be honest, when I saw the early prototypes, I thought they had the best picture I’ve ever seen on a display, ever.
Doctor Who fans will want to check out this awesome LEGO announcement. The LEGO Facebook page has made it clear than an official TARDIS building set is coming soon.
We have seen DIY TARDIS sets over the years, and many of them are much more complex than the official set we see in this image.
Back to the Future is one of my all-time favorite films. In fact, the whole trilogy is pretty awesome. But it’s the 1985 original that really kicked things off, and it’s celebrating its 30th anniversary now.
I’m going to go out on a limb and guess that in the The Force Awakens, Carrier Fisher won’t be wearing her famous gold bikini. But if your girlfriend is willing to wear one, you’ll need a Jabba to go with it, and then you can play Luke.