Any dad will tell you that games with young children can go on and on and on and on and on. They never end at times until the little one passes out from exhaustion or you can distract them with cookies.
It looks like we have a real life Tony Stark on our hands. Inventor Richard Browning and his team at start-up, Gravity Industries, have created the Daedalus. It is basically a special suit that turns its wearer into a flying hero.
Looking for a dirt cheap last minute Halloween costume? Just use those Amazon boxes that you have lying around and create a Transformer. Caron Arnold, a creative director of Fusion Marketing agency in St. Louis came up with this version of Optimus Prime made from cardboard Amazon Prime boxes.
I’ll be the first to admit that I can’t even walk into Walmart and cobble together a Halloween costume for my kids. Not Renz2LK so much. This guy made his son one of the coolest Halloween costumes of the year.
Volunteers at Magic Wheelchair have created something truly amazing for an 8-year-old Oregon boy battling brain and spinal cancer. They made him this awesome TIE Fighter costume that he can cruise around in this Halloween.
The Imperial spaceship brought an amazing smile to his face and warmed his heart too, as well as our own cold dead hearts.
This Ghostbusters remake is already better than that one that was just in theaters. Ryan Scott Miller turned his son Jeremy’s wheelchair into a miniature version of Ecto-1. Just give him all of the candy as he drives by this Halloween.
This Halloween, you are going to see many scary costumes, but none are as frightening as this Samsung Galaxy Note 7 costume. It would make any Samsung executive run away screaming in terror.
This is the best hallowmeme costume of the year.
Halloween is a holiday that any adults and children of all ages can get behind. I love to see the custom costumes that people whip up each year, and the coolest kid’s costume I’ve ever seen is right here.
They have this really cool go kart race track near my house, and I think it would be the perfect thing to buy this lounger and then go racing there. You could also use this Yoshi Lounger as a super simple Halloween costume.
Just look at this Overwatch Reinhardt cosplay which took the stage by storm at this year’s TwitchCon. It’s all kinds of awesome. I really don’t get how he made this thing. The costume is gigantic and clearly there must be some sort of stilts involved.
A couple years back we spotted this awesome Halo Master Chief motorcycle helmet when it was nothing more than a concept in digital form on a computer. Fast forward a few years and that helmet is now officially available to purchase, ready for you to wear on your motorcycle to protect your dome from damage in an accident.
If you have ever wanted your own Fallout armor, you can make some without spending all your Nuka Cola caps. This episode of DIY Prop Shop will show you how. And it doesn’t involve wandering around the wasteland until you find some.
If you are behind on Game of Thrones, it’s really your own fault for reading this if it spoils something for you. We all know that Arya decided to do her own thing and stole a face from the hall of faces.
Costume maker Kevin Weir of KW Designs has unveiled his latest Star Wars-inspired armor. Called the Fem7, the armor is designed for the female body, and its details will help you stand out among your fellow stormtrooper cosplayers.
Etsy seller James Sharp of Masenko Props is our world’s Happy Mask Salesman. He’s made life-size replicas of Majora’s Mask, the Deku Mask and the Goron Mask from Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask. Mask mask mask.
This little girl is wearing a custom-made armor kit that was created from a 48-inch First Order Stormtrooper toy by RPF contributor Jim Brock. If either of my kids were small enough to fit into costume armor like this, I would be building it right now.