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ThinkGeek has the perfect way for Doctor Who fans to keep warm this winter. It’s a hoodie that is cleverly designed to look like the double-breasted jacket that the tenth doctor wore on the show.
The double-breasted part actually buttons and covers up the zipper that hoodies are famous for.
ThinkGeek teams up with Capcom once again to throw Mega Man fans a bone in the form of an officially licensed hoodie. The hood has helmet details sewn on, while the left arm sleeve has the Mega Blaster’s lights printed on it.
Masazi. A woman forced to become inhuman. Okay not really, but damn she makes being a tortured cyborg look awesome. The veteran cosplayer and her friends made this kickass Raiden suit complete with moving helmet parts and those weird hoof heels.
TeePublic member Mdk7 played Vault Boy like a damn fiddle, turning him into a Metal Gear Solid V mascot in this awesome mashup.
Even Metal Gear creator Hideo Kojima approved of his new recruit, retweeting Bezzle-ution’s shot of the t-shirt.
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.
I’d think if Darth Vader was cooking he would simply use The Force to float his fresh-baked cookies out of the oven. He would have no need for an oven mitt. On the other hand, us mere mortals need an oven mitt to take our scorching hot eats from the oven.
Pop culture purveryor Mondo dusted off a handful of icons and drawings from the film Jurassic Park and will be releasing them today as limited edition enamel pins. There are four designs: the movie’s logo, Mr.
King of geeky jewelry Han Cholo recently shared these swanky officially-licensed Star Wars lightsaber earrings. They’re made of 14k gold-plated sterling silver and can be customized upon request.
Han Cholo sells the earrings for $100 (USD).
Star Wars fans looking for something cute to keep all your stuff together, check out this sweet backpack. The bag looks BB-8, the rolling robot from The Force Awakens. His head is stuffed so only his rotund body actually holds gear.
Mad Max: Fury Road was such an awesome movie, and if you want to relive the excitement, what better way than actually becoming a War Boy? Drive on the Fury Road this Halloween in style, with the help of this handy tutorial.
Have all the smashing power of a monster, while lounging around the house in comfort with these cool Giant Monster Slippers. Do the smash. The monster smash! Stomp into every room and watch others flee in terror.
I’ve always thought that Darth Maul was a bit lame. I’m sorry. He just seemed half-finished and you couldn’t really root for the guy or against him. He was just kind meh, IMO. But mix him up with Hellboy?
While it’s not quite as cool as this one, this Doctor Who TARDIS Backpack holds a library inside, just like the real thing. Assuming you put your school books in it, that is. Most Time Lords step inside of their TARDIS, but you will be unique because you can wear yours.
One of the coolest movies I have seen in a very long time was Mad Max: Fury Road. The flick was action packed beginning to end and the visuals were just fantastic. As much as I love the original Mad Max film, I found Fury Road to be much, much better.
Of all the Batman films that have been made over the years, the one some remember most is the 1989 Tim Burton directed flick with Michael Keaton as Batman. I’m more a Dark Knight man myself, but I do remember that Batmobile with the giant wings on the back from the 1989 flick.