Springfield was once a happy, peaceful place… until one day a powerful secret criminal organization took over. A group of young locals has sworn to clean up the city. Among them are Bart Simpson, Lisa Simpson and Milhouse Van Houten.
A few years ago, we saw a really cool ring that was custom made by one talented Star Wars fan. We can’t all be jewelry Jedi, but thanks to Takayas Custom Jewelry you can still wield a lightsaber-inspired ring.
I might be wrong but I think the rings’ sterling silver body and Swarovski zirconia gems are based on the lightsabers of Luke, Darth Vader and Mace Windu.
Contact Takayas Custom Jewelry through their website for pricing and other details.
The most memorable thing for me about Alien and all the other films in the franchise isn’t the queen alien, it’s the facehuggers. The thought of something laying eggs inside of you that then eat your guts and burst out of you is creepy as hell.
If you want to get dressed up for Halloween, but want to do it in a minimalist way, this facehugger mask is just the ticket.
I think we just found the most expensive new piece of Star Wars merchandise yet. If the $28,500 sticker price shocks you, at least they’re throwing in a pair of cufflinks for free. So that makes it totally worth it.
I have seen all the Batman movies back to the Tim Burton era, but I don’t ever remember his utility belt being brown. I always remember it being black, but perhaps I am remembering wrong. No matter what color it is this DC Comics official Dark Knight utility belt replica is awesome.
The buckle looks black, but is an antiqued gold.
When it comes to keeping your pants from falling down while running from Daleks, you can go belt or suspenders. Or as the Brits call them, braces. What we have here are purple suspenders that are patterned to match the ones worn by the 11th Doctor in a few episodes.
That would be the Doc played by Matt Smith.
Growing up, I was a big fan of old-school animated Disney movies. I also happened to be a big fan of Star Wars. This single shirt mashes up those ’80s loves of mine.
It shows Luke Skywalker as a kid drawn in Disney animation style, and he’s pulling a lightsaber out of a stone just like Wart in The Sword in the Stone.
Halloween will be here before you know it. They already have Halloween stuff in the stores, and the giant Halloween pop-up store in my town is already open. That means it’s time to start thinking about what you want to dress up as.
Earlier this year, Dr. Martens released its first batch of Adventure Time boots, featuring heroes Finn and Jake. The latest boot in the collection is based on the mischievous Marceline. Your dad’s not the only one that’s going to notice you in these babies.
Strangle a pixie and head to Dr.
A few years ago we found out that you can obscure the content of your laptop to everyone but you by making specially polarized sunglasses. A startup called NoonWear is working on a pair of sunglasses that work similarly, but are designed to reduce glare from sunlight and other bright light sources.
NoonWear’s One sunglasses have two variants.
Sorry to all you middle-aged dudes I see wearing Crocs, but your shoes are pretty darned ugly. I wouldn’t be caught dead in them. What you see here may be the only way that Crocs could even approach looking cool, yet even Chewbacca’s fur and bandolier detailing somehow fail to make these ugly shoes hip.
As Star Wars: The Force Awakens will be released soon, we are seeing all kinds of new merchandise.
Etsy shop MiraCrafts not only makes chocobos, it also has bounty from Pandora. Shop owner Marika can hand sculpt – or at least she’ll try to – any character, weapon or item from the Borderlands series into a 3D pendant.
Marika sculpts and paints each item by hand, so it takes her about 8 to 20 hours per pendant, hence they’re expensive even though they’re small, around ~$40 (USD) to $110 each.
We really haven’t had any major upgrade to shoe tech in a long time. There have been some ergonomic improvements, but mostly our shoes are how they have always been. They look the same, feel the same and we wear them in the same way.
Two of my favorite things about the ’80s were Pac-Man and Ghostbusters. I even had the Ghostbusters theme by Ray Parker Jr. on a 45 rpm record, and jammed out to that tune constantly. Now I’ll have “Who Ya Gonna Call” in my head all day.
I am a fan of offbeat t-shirts and when they mash up two of my favorite things from my youth, you can bet I want one.