This Ghostbusters remake is already better than that one that was just in theaters. Ryan Scott Miller turned his son Jeremy’s wheelchair into a miniature version of Ecto-1. Just give him all of the candy as he drives by this Halloween.
This version of Ecto-1 is based on Funko’s POP!
If your quest is to catch them all, this timepiece from watchmaker Romain Jerome will make it awfully difficult, unless you have a spare $20,000 to spend on this RJ X Pokémon watch.
It’s a pretty sweet watch for any Pokémon fan, with a neat engraved lightning bolt background, and a hand-painted, raised enamel Pikachu in the center of the dial.
Halloween is a holiday that any adults and children of all ages can get behind. I love to see the custom costumes that people whip up each year, and the coolest kid’s costume I’ve ever seen is right here.
Motorcycle leather artist Clinton Case created this epic cosplay for his son, earning him a nomination for Dad of the Year.
It’s that time of year where geeky artists everywhere turn pumpkins into characters from their favorite things. If ever there was a droid that was meant to be in pumpkin form, BB-8 is it, with it’s round body and head.
Back in the day I thought that Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure was a hilarious movie. It was actually the first time I had ever seen Keanu Reeves in a movie. I’m not sure what Bill (Alex Winter) did afterwards, but Reeves went on to be in some of my favorite films of all times like The Matrix, Point Break, and John Wick.
Like cool machines? How about drawing? Jason Allemann built a neat LEGO Spirograph robot that can draw several geometric patterns, just like the old toy.
By adjusting the arms, it can doodle different sorts of hypotrochoids.
I was too old to watch Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers when they hit TV back in the day, but my brother watched it all the time. Power Rangers could assemble into a bunch of combinations from what I understand, with the characters able to turn into a giant robot in some forms.
Some of the coolest LEGO kits comes from the fan contributions on the LEGO Ideas site. If you are a fan of The Beatles, you will want to get ready to buy this cool Yellow Submarine kit.
The LEGO Ideas 21306 Yellow Submarine will pack 550 bricks, and includes four minifigs that look just like John, Paul, George, and Ringo.
This Wind Waker-style Legend of Zelda chest has some very special features, including a built-in NES console with a matching custom controller. But the real show-stopper is the Triforce that actually levitates and rotates on top.
That golden Triforce is made from acrylic, and uses electromagnetic levitation technology and near-field wireless power to do its thing.
Adventure Time fans will want to just go ahead and get out your wallets, and pick up this vinyl record that has 38 musical tracks from seasons 1-7 on it. Among the tracks are the theme song for the show and the “Bacon Pancakes” tune that will stick in your brain forever.
The ThinkGeek exclusive record comes in three different versions.
Not too long ago, I stopped by a farmer’s market. The variety of pumpkins they had was astounding. I didn’t see any green pumpkins though, and I really need one if I’m going to carve myself a Creeper pumpkin.
Creepers are one of the bad guys from Minecraft and the blocky design wouldn’t be hard to carve at all.
If you have read the A Song of Ice and Fire books, then you already know the game of Cyvasse, but there has never been an official description of how the game looks, so people have been creating their own versions.