Here’s a version of Megatron that Optimus Prime would allow to flourish. Hasbro and Mighty Jaxx’s latest team-up with toy designer Quiccs is a 9.5″ x 11″ x 7″ vinyl bust that sees the Decepticon leader brandishing two silver spray paint cans.
Looking for the perfect bookend to display alongside your Stephen King horror novel collection? Well, look no further than this Jack Torrance ‘Here’s Johnny!’ bookend handcrafted by Etsy seller KomenzaSculpture. I’ll be honest though, I wouldn’t want to wake up in the middle of the night and see ol’ Jack here staring back at me with that unhinged look of his.
Because no home is complete without a life-size supervillain bust, Sideshow has teamed up with collectibles studio Tweeterhead to produce this full-scale Skeletor bust. The piece is available for pre-order for $1,000 and Sideshow expects to ship sometime between October and December 2021.
No stranger to making unbelievably realistic cakes, pastry artist Natalie Sideserf of Sideserf Cake Studio in Austin, Texas recently made a John McClane bust cake from Die Hard, one of everybody’s favorite Christmas movies. Welcome to the party, pal!
A few years back we talked about the Star Trek TNG Captain Picard Facepalm bust. Picard gave Star Trek fans many things to like and perhaps the most Picardian thing he did was usher in the facepalm meme that we all find useful when someone does something so stupid that words fail us.
Fallout 76 is almost here. What are you going to do to pass the time until it’s in your hands? I know what I’m going to do. I’m going to sell a kidney or two, and get myself this awesome Fallout T-45 Power Armor Bust.
Sometimes people just say stupid things. They do it a lot, actually. What can you do, aside from sigh and facepalm? Captain Picard feels your pain. He’s had to cover his face and wince in embarassment on a more than a few occasions himself.
Gentle Giant wants to illuminate your toy shelf with the light from a father’s loving heart. And a Sith Lord’s Force Lightning.
The Darth Vader Emperor’s Wrath mini-bust immortalizes the Star Wars villain’s redeeming moment from Return of the Jedi.
If you are a big Deadpool fan you will want to check this out. Yep, this is a bust of Deadpool dressed as Julius Caesar, complete with his gold laurel wreath headband. Deadpool’s got his swords on back, and even though they don’t look anything like the swords from the movie, they’re still pretty cool.
Milestone reminds us how far Street Fighter‘s art has come with these terribad 2″ busts. They’re 3D versions of the character portraits that appear in Street Fighter II after you’re defeated.
Seeing Ryu and the gang beat up makes the “Continue?”
Sometimes the folks over at Mandatory.com like to make life sized recreations of cartoon and movie characters out of food. It’s fun, not to mention delicious. Their latest creation is a bust of Homer Simpson made out of all the junk foods that Homer Simpson loves.
This is no ancient relic, rather it’s a modern artwork made by Behance user kimbal. He was one of 30 artists who were commissioned by Warner Home Entertainment Mexico and the Mexican Museum of Design. They were each given a plain white Batman bust to go wild on, as a way to celebrate Bats’ 75th birthday while showcasing Mexican creativity.
Sideshow Collectibles will release two Xenomorph busts this year. Both the Big Chap and the Alien Warrior will be in “Legendary Scale”, the toy maker’s term for 1:2 scale. Unless we’re talking about a Super Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann scale model, I refuse to call anything that’s half the size of the original “Legendary”.
If you had bet me that there would someday be two shows about finding Bigfoot on TV at the same time, you would have won that bet soundly. But here we are, and Sasquatch is bigger and hairier than ever.
Careful Star Wars fans! What you’re seeing, it’s a trap! For your money, that is. It’s the wise and bug-eyed Admiral Ackbar, decked in military uniform and a glorious mustache. This fine sculpture is based on a glorious painting by Steven Daily.
If you’re a comic book geek or love Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight movies, get your wallet out. A company called Infothink has created a new Batman flash drive based on The Dark Knight Rises, and it looks pretty cool.