It is perhaps the most famous monster photo of all time. Appearing in England’s Daily Mail on April 21, 1934, it was snapped by London physician Robert Kenneth Wilson and became known as the “Surgeon’s Photograph.”
Waiter, there’s a Cthulhu in my cup. Seriously. These fun and strange teacups are the work of Etsy artist VoodooDelicious. Sadly, you can’t drink from them as the beverage in the cup is fake. At least you can at least admire them in your kitchen, while also fearing them.
What do you do for Halloween when your doors have convenient peephole windows? You use them to make yourself a cool costume so that you can hand out treats as a monster. That’s just what Kyle of White Lightning HQ did.
If you are looking for some cute and cuddly, but possibly still scary monsters for you are your kids to play with, check out these Gibbles. They have messy fur, ugly faces that only an owner like you could love, and those eyes that peer into your soul.
Check out these awesome kids blocks from Invisible Creature. These colorful blocks are called Stack and Scare for obvious reasons. You stack ’em up and have a good scare with the monsters that you create. There are four different sets of stackable wooden blocks that look like monster parts.
Hobby Inside is a South Korean professional LEGO building crew. They make multi-layered and very detailed LEGO dioramas for display. While most of their work depict cities and landscapes, they also have a handful of dioramas that feature monsters and mechas duking it out on a wrecked city, like this unmistakable nod to Pacific Rim:
Godzilla is an awesome creature. What’s not to like about a huge-ass monster stomping around Tokyo fighting other monsters, while they lay waste to the city? If Godzilla wore jewelry on his reptilian digits, you know he would wear one of these amazing rings and punch Mothra’s face in with it.
Kids love LEGO Minifigs. They also love crayons. Halloween too. Heck, kids love just about everything but brussel sprouts. These Halloween themed LEGO Minifig crayons will keep your little tykes busy coloring in style while you do other important things.
When you cast your eyes upon LEGO Cthulhu you will lose any sanity that you have left. It is simply pure evil and awesome to behold. It will leave you a drooling quivering mess that is better off dead.
I’m totally stoked that Pacific Rim is finally hitting theaters today. I can’t wait to go see it and watch giant robots battle giant monsters on the IMAX screen. While awaiting the arrival of the film on the big screen, one of the giant Kaiju monsters apparently made its presence known at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego.
If Arnold had encountered this Predator, the movie would have been five minutes of him, Carl Weathers and Jesse “The Body” Ventura stuffing their faces. Did I say Arnold and the gang? I meant me. This Predator cake by Kupkake Tree is incredibly detailed to the point where it looks horrifying – in a good way.
In case you’ve forgotten the power and versatility of today’s mobile devices, Autodesk’s 123D Creature app will be one hell of a reminder. The app has all you need to create your own 3D character, from building a skeleton to sculpting and painting and even ordering a 3D print of your creation.
You might think that only a real history buff would love U.S. President action figures, but anyone can get into these Presidential action figures as movie monsters. And besides, many of us think that politicians are freaks and monsters already.
I don’t know why, but getting gobbled up by this plush monster looks more comfy than scary. This chair was created by Jason Goh and was inspired by a story his grandmother used to tell him about how fish balls would turn into a giant hairy hungry monster if he didn’t eat them up.