I honestly can’t remember the last time I used a pencil, but if you’re still using those sticks of dead things to write on sheets of dead trees, you can correct your mistakes with the help of the Force.
If you’re a big Star Wars fan like me, you might want to start clearing out a corner of your living room (or entry way) for this cool new R2-D2 collectible. Measuring in at just 3 feet-tall, this R2-D2 monument is exactly a 100% scale match with the version of R2 found in The Clone Wars (although he looks a little shorter than the Kenny Baker version from the movies).
These cute little mini figurines come in the likeness of all of your favorite Futurama characters, including Fry, Leela, Bender, Zoidberg, and Nibbler. There are a total of 12 collectible 3-inch mini figurines in this collection.
Fans of AMC’s hit zombie show will be happy to know that in addition to the show being renewed for a second season, the first round of Walking Dead collectible merch has surfaced with McFarlane Toys readying a series of Walking Dead collectible action figures.
eBay member felixollie seems to have quite the treasure in his hands. It’s a rare Final Fantasy crystal orb that was given away by Nintendo Power magazine back in 1990. Only 50 were made, and this one is in very good condition.
I think we all know the answer to that question. But if you’re looking for a constant reminder of Leia’s fantastic takedown of the big glob of goo, then look no further than this awesome desktop diorama.
This insane collectible out of Japan is truly for you die-hard Final Fantasy fanatics out there.
The set includes sixteen cans of Final Fantasy XIII “elixir” – which is some sort of Suntory lemon-flavored concoction with three-times the normal amount of caffeine and royal jelly.
Having cut my gaming teeth on the classic Namco arcade games of the 1980s, I just had to give these new Namco 8-bit video game cigarette lighters a mention.
Created in celebration of Pac-Man’s impending 30th birthday (boy, I feel old), these limited-edition series of Zippo lighters from Banpresto includes shiny, butane-filled versions of Pac-Man, Galaxian, Xevious and Dig Dug.
German toy company Tucher + Walther’s tin toy-making methods have remained unchanged, going as far back to 1880. Want to know their secret? They have vampire craftsmen; the ones around now were the exact same workers that they had in 1880.
I was surfing around in search of this desktop R2-D2 mini USB can fridge that I recently read about, when I happened upon something much, much cooler than that cooler.
Turns out that this awesome R2-D2 compact refrigerator was apparently made back in 2002 as a promotional prize for an Attack of the Clones contest held at 7-11 Stores in Japan.