This is the book that old school Nintendo fans have been waiting for. The Ultimate Nintendo: Guide to the NES Library is a 450-page hardcover book that is your guide to over 750 8-bit Nintendo games that were released between 1985-1995!
Are you looking for a more stylish way to display your books? Check out this Game of Thrones Book Box. This is a lovely wooden version of Maester Aemon Targaryen’s Night Watch Handbook.
This laser engraved box will hold a book or whatever else you want to put inside.
One of the scariest creatures in all of science fiction is the Xenomorph from the Alien series. That creepy creature with its double mouths only wants to kill you. It will kill you even after you kill it, thanks to its acid blood.
The cool spellbook gaming boxes we featured earlier this month have become a hit on Kickstarter. As of this writing Elderwood has raised nearly $190,000 (USD) with 8 days to go, eclipsing its $5,000 goal.
The final products look a lot like the prototypes that Elderwood shared a few weeks ago, except now they’re narrowed down to two main types.
This set of three Super Mario Mini Blank Books is like playing paper Mario the old school way. These stylish and geeky blank books are perfect for drawing your own Super Mario levels.
You get two 5-inch by 7-inch notebooks and a pocket sized notebook.
Stu Brett is a musician and a graphic designer, but he’s most famous for blogging about his Super Famicom game collection as Super Famicom Guy. He’s partnered with Bitmap Books and veteran video game journalist Steve Jarratt to release a coffee table book featuring Super Famicom box art from his collection.
The food container industry owes much to avid board gamers and tabletop RPG players. But that could change with Elderwood Boxes’ upcoming offering. They’re gaming boxes that look like life-size spellbooks. The images below feature prototypes, but they’re already very promising.
Insight Editions made a replica of the one book that you should absolutely judge by its cover. The officially licensed Monster Book of Monsters replica looks just like the prop used in the movie adaptation of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.
I’m not such a super fan of Star Wars today as I was back in the ’80s when I was young. I had all the stuff back then, all the toys, action figures, bedding, and pretty much anything else that had Star Wars on it.
One of the things I always wondered about in the Transformers cartoons growing up was what would happen if the Decepticons won the war with the Autobots. I think the Autobots would all be destroyed if Megatron claimed victory.
They say that you shouldn’t judge a book by it’s cover, however most books are helpless when it comes to judgmental humans. Not this book. Amsterdam creative studio Moore has designed a book cover that scans your face and won’t open unless approached without prejudice.
I like to read, and while I certainly like sci-fi books as much as the next geek, I really like action novels like the Mitch Rapp series. If you like to read James Patterson, the author’s latest book called Private Vegas is available with a couple of strange twists.
It’s dangerous to go alone! Take this. When you go adventuring you really should take a journal so you can document all of the treasures you find and take notes on defeating bosses. You can wrap your journal inside of this stylish and classy leather Zelda Triforce journal cover.
… and if you didn’t get that reference, this is probably not for you. Video game merchandise store Fangamer is raising funds on Kickstarter for You Are Now EarthBound, a collection of artworks made by and for EarthBound fans.
This story combines two of our favorite things: LEGO and movies. For his book, Brick Flicks: 60 Iconic Movie Scenes and Posters Made from LEGO, master modeler Warren Elsmore recreated numerous classic movie scenes using LEGO.
No matter where you go these days, you will see people sitting together as a family and many of them are messing with phones instead of spending time together. One of those kid’s books that most children are familiar with is the If you Give a Mouse a Cookie book by Laura Numeroff.