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.
First I have to say, as cool as the idea of a Star-Lord Hooded T-Shirt and Mask is, this just looks kinda creepy. It’s like Star-Lord’s evil twin has shown up from some hell-dimension. Any kids who looked up to Star-Lord are going to be terrified this Halloween.
We’ve already seen a fan-made Hylian Shield backpack, but if you’d like to support the big N then ThinkGeek’s officially licensed Legend of Zelda bag is for you. It has a 15″x 17″ main compartment, a 14″x 10.5″ padded laptop compartment and several pockets for pens and other small items.
Veteran costume maker Thomas DePetrillo aka Extreme Costumes recently showed off his take on Iron Man’s Hulkbuster suit. The costume is 9’6″ tall and 6’6″ wide and has LED lights and eye lasers.
Tom said it took him about $3,000 (USD) and a total of 1,600 hours spread out over two years to make the costume.
These Stormtrooper Star Wars Cufflinks will add some nice Imperial flair to your attire at your next Dark Side meeting or any other occasion. This pair of heads look great and they let everyone know that you mean business.
Robes are weird, it’s almost like wearing a dress for us guys. Growing up, the only time we wore robes was Christmas Day because my mom didn’t want us in our Underoos in the pictures when we came down to unwrap our presents.
Well October is here, and while all my daughter can think about is trick-or-treating, all I can think is that this is the month when The Walking Dead finally returns. If you are thinking about both, and still looking for something to dress up as for Halloween, here is a nice, simple costume.
Winter is coming. You are going to need some cool and geeky scarves to get you through the colder months. Trust Picard and crew to keep your neck warm with these cozy-looking Star Trek: The Next Generation scarves.
Fans of the classic Three Wolf Moon T-Shirt are going to howl over this realistic latex Howling Wolf Mask inspired by the shirt. This mask will earn the respect of the Alpha wolf this Halloween. It may even help you to ascend to another spiritual plane and transcend this world.
High end prop shop Anovos is now taking discounted pre-orders for an official 1:1 replica of the First Order Stormtrooper’s helmet. The replica is made of injection-molded plastic and is based on “the digital files used in the production” of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
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.