Redditor Sarcasticonomist says that his family has a lawn dinosaur named Dug. They dress him up according to the season, and he even has his own Facebook page. I can only assume that the owners of the home are named Fred and Wilma.
In Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure, the eponymous character spends most of the film on a quest to recover his beloved bicycle. But say you already have a spiffy-looking Schwinn Phantom cruiser like Pee-Wee? Don’t you need an outfit to go with it?
Confession: I’m wary of sharing anything related to Star Trek because I barely know anything about the franchise. It’s a franchise right? Right. But I do know that I’d rather wear a Worf hoodie instead of a Chewbacca hoodie.
While most of us will never get the chance to travel to far-off planets in a spaceship, that doesn’t mean we can’t fantasize about space travel right here on planet Earth. If you’ve always wanted to be an astronaut, then you might want to order your very own space helmet.
The cool and detailed armor of characters from the Halo universe means it’s quite hard to emulate them in cosplay. Unless you happen to be a pale, short-haired 6’7″ 287 lb. male, in which case you can just come as yourself and say you’re John-117.
Things are looking stark for Tony Stark. It seems as if some zombies have bitten through his armor and turned him into a Zombie. If Iron Man can be turned into a Zombie, what chance do the rest of us have?
Last year we saw a prototype for an unwearable Pip-Boy 3000, which involved using a smartphone to create a replica that was functional, or at least interactive. This hack is not as high tech, because it only uses a digital picture frame, but at least it’s wearable.
You find the strangest stuff over on Etsy sometimes. Like this mask which envisions a hybrid between Batman and Bane. The artist who made it likes to call it “Batbane.” I just like to call it straight-up weird.
I’ve always thought of C-3PO and R2-D2 as a couple of endearing, but not exactly attractive little droids. These ladies are definitely not the droids I was looking for – but now I can’t help but stare.
Well, Halloween is upon us yet again, and my favorite costume of the year has just dropped onto my desktop. What you’re looking at here is an awesome build of the power loader from Aliens, piloted not by Ripley, but by an actual baby.